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23rd - 24th March 2022

3rd Annual MarketsandMarkets Infectious Disease Diagnostics and Molecular Diagnostics Conference

London

The Diagnostics sector has emerged as a prominent game changer in healthcare, because of many technological advancements taking place within the field. As diagnostics is a key for making the treatment decisions, it needs to be quicker, précised, and accurate.

MarketsandMarkets is extremely delighted to announce its 3rd Annual Infectious Disease Diagnostics and Molecular Diagnostics Conference scheduled to be held on 23rd - 24th March 2022 in London.

The conference is hand crafted to platform new diagnostics insights, holding discussions on trending technologies along with its latest applications, indicating the challenges in diagnostics area covering, diagnostic setting, sample processing, regulations, validations, high technology cost, challenges involved in blood – transfusion technology, what needs to happen to facilitate better healthcare throughout the world, how vaccines work and their side-effects, challenges associated with test kits, issues with accuracy & the results

This event will witness an overwhelming participation of leading healthcare and industry decision makers who are amplifying the future and counted as some of the best minds on the planet

WHAT TO EXPECT
Key Highlights
  • Prenatal Molecular Diagnostics
  • Molecular Diagnostic Techniques for Medical Viruses
  • Addressing challenges of molecular diagnostics through Laboratory Information System (LIS)
  • A systematic approach to novel virus through infectious disease diagnostics • Advances in at-home and point-of-use testing: covid and beyond
  • Portable point-of-care testing systems and increasing global access to care
  • Recent advances in lab-on-a-chip technologies for viral diagnosis
  • Disease wise Diagnostics - Different types of samples with different methods for diagnostics
  • Point of Care Testing and Recommendations for Future Emerging Outbreaks: Advocacy, Education and Clinical Practice
  • Advances in testing and multiplexing
  • Multiplex Blood-Borne Pathogen Detection
  • The impact of the covid-19 pandemic on diagnostic innovation for infectious disease
Who Should Attend?

Hospitals/Universities/Labs

  • Hospitals - Department of infectious diseases. Department of hematology, Department of Genomics, Diagnostics Department, Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics
  • Hospital Designations - Senior scientist, scientist, Microbiologist, biologists, pathologist, General
  • Practitioners, Lab managers, Lab directors, medical directors, POCT coordinators

  • Universities Designations- Professors, Researchers, Associate professors, Deans, Senior Professors

  • Hospital Laboratories Designations- Pathologists, Lab managers, Lab Directors, Clinicians

Why attend?
  • Learn about innovative devices and procedures for effective diagnostics
  • Meet global heads of infectious disease and molecular diagnostics from the industry and Academics
  • 120+ professionals attending
  • Case studies presented from leading technology collaborations
  • Interactive panel discussions
CONFERENCE AGENDA
TAILORING MODEL’S AND ADVANCEMENTS UNDER INFECTIOUS DISEASE DIAGNOSTICS POINT OF CARE TESTING
SHAPING THE POINT OF CARE ERA WITH BEST TOOLS AND METHODOLOGIES
CONFERENCE SPEAKERS
Advisors
 Soumini Vasan

Soumini Vasan

Laboratory Director
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Soumini Vasan

Laboratory Director
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Alice Street

Alice Street

Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology and Principal Investigator of the EU funded DiaDev project (investigating diagnostic devices in global health)
University of Edinburgh

Alice Street

Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology and Principal Investigator of the EU funded DiaDev project (investigating diagnostic devices in global health)
University of Edinburgh
Helen Bridle

Helen Bridle

Associate Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Biophysics and Bioengineering
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Helen Bridle

Associate Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Biophysics and Bioengineering
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Speakers
Jens Ducree

Jens Ducree

Professor of Microsystems in the School of Physical Sciences,
Dublin City University (DCU)

Jens Ducree

Professor of Microsystems in the School of Physical Sciences,
Dublin City University (DCU)
Reshma Kadave

Reshma Kadave

Biomedical Scientist
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, UK

Reshma Kadave

Biomedical Scientist
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, UK
Alice Street

Alice Street

Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology and Principal Investigator of the EU funded DiaDev project (investigating diagnostic devices in global health)
University of Edinburgh

Alice Street

Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology and Principal Investigator of the EU funded DiaDev project (investigating diagnostic devices in global health)
University of Edinburgh
Eric Class

Eric Class

Molecular Medical Microbiologist, Department of Medical Microbiology
Leiden University Medical Centre

Eric Class

Molecular Medical Microbiologist, Department of Medical Microbiology
Leiden University Medical Centre
Sanjib Bhakta

Sanjib Bhakta

Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry, Strategic Dean and Programme Director of MRes Global Infectious Diseases
Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck, University of London and UCL

Sanjib Bhakta

Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry, Strategic Dean and Programme Director of MRes Global Infectious Diseases
Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck, University of London and UCL
Helen Bridle

Helen Bridle

Associate Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Biophysics and Bioengineering
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Helen Bridle

Associate Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Biophysics and Bioengineering
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Willem Melchers

Willem Melchers

Associate Professor
Radboud University, The Netherlands

Willem Melchers

Associate Professor
Radboud University, The Netherlands
Hannah Lowe

Hannah Lowe

Clinical Scientist
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Hannah Lowe

Clinical Scientist
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, UK
SPONSORS
Platinium
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Co-Diagnostics Inc.

LOCATION
London
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