Rapid Microbial NGS and Bioinformatics:
Translation Into Practice
Hamburg/Germany, June 9-11, 2016
Thank you for your scientific contribution at the RaMi-NGS conference 2016.
Please find the conference talks in PDF format here.
The consortium of the EU-funded project PathoNGenTrace was delighted to welcome you to the 2nd “Rapid Microbial NGS and Bioinformatics: Translation Into Practice” conference which will took place in Hamburg/Germany from June 9 to 11, 2016. The bi-annual meeting gathered experts from all over the world active in applying Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) techniques to discover the epidemiology, anti-microbial resistance, ecology and evolution of microorganisms.
The 2016 conference was targeted at scientists from the academic as well as the public health, food, veterinary, clinical and microbial forensics sectors. In addition, the conference particularly addressed the interests of NGS data software developers intending to build a bridge between software developers and end-users. The conference was open to 140 participants.
- Main topics:
- User-friendly bioinformatics tools
- Pathogen tracing by genomics
- Antimicrobial resistance geno- to phenotype prediction
- NGS pathogen discovery
- NGS point of care technology
- Program Chairs:
Dag Harmsen (University Münster), Stefan Niemann (Research Center Borstel), Lothar H. Wieler (Robert Koch Institute)
- Scientific program advisors:
Thomas Dobner (Heinrich Pette Institute, Hamburg), Rolf Horstmann (Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg), Martin Maiden (University of Oxford, Oxford), Bruno Pot (Applied Maths NV, Gent), Philip Supply (Institute Pasteur, Lille)
Erika-Haus (University Hospital Hamburg) Hamburg, Germany
June 9-11, 2016
Restricted to 140
- Registration Fee:
€ 300 (VAT included)
- Program Management:
Birte Kretschmer, Ina Filla (Eurice)
The PathoNGen-Trace project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 278864.