Industry Flash Session
The Industry Flash Session is a new session type, where speakers on behalf of the industry deliver short scientific talks, covering new research findings and innovations that are expected to drive exciting developments.
”Control Your Infection Control”
Applying qRT-PCR Workflows for Research in SARS-CoV-2
Emma Hoyle, Acting Deputy Chief Nursing Officer from Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Her title is: Driving best practice and maximising IPC clinical workflows using innovative clinical surveillance technology during the COVID pandemic.
Assay development in pandemic times, Past, Present and Future o Speaker: Celine Roger-Dalbert (USA) Vice-President R&D BD, Integrated Diagnostic Solutions
“Changing the paradigm of molecular diagnostics in HPV molecular screening”
MBT sirius one / sirius IVD systems + CLipART
MBT Pathfinder IVD (with feeder option)
Tools to help optimize good vaccine design
Listening to the needs of healthcare professionals: Copan's innovative approach to the pandemic.
Legionnaire's disease: addressing current medical challenges with a rapid and reliable IVD test based on click chemistry
A rapid SARS-CoV-2 salivary test challenging the reference method - clinical results
Innovative solutions for an accurate diagnosis of human infectious diseases and the detection of pathogens in environmental samples, with a special focus on the management of listeriosis
The role of a multi-faceted approach in the management of COVID-19
COVID Antigen POC testing product demo
COVID Antigen POC testing case study with the Austrian Fire Service
Evidence Spotlight: Pneumococcal Vaccines Use in Pregnant Women with HIV
"Identify Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens with Molecular Diagnostic Test direct from Sample" Presenter: Malin Wollens
Universal Optical DNA Rapid Detection System, Making Molecular Biology More Accessible?
SARS-CoV-2 diagnostics at R-Biopharm
Full-automatic Chemiluminescence Immunoassay system offers total solution for invasive fungal disease diagnostic, especially for aspergillosis infection