Biothreat & Pathogen Detection
Advanced Technologies for Detection, Diagnostics and Analytics
The 28th International Biodetection Technologies: Biothreat & Pathogen Detection is an internationally recognized meeting for experts in detection & identification of biological threats. This conference will address the key topics in pathogen detection and present the latest R&D and technological innovation in ready-to-market systems. In addition, this meeting will focus on the latest strategies to overcoming the hurdles to the identification of global biological threats and translational gaps in bringing technologies from lab to field. This conference will feature stimulating discussions, perspectives of end users, high-quality case studies and provides the opportunity to network with the leading experts in detection from around the globe.
This event is in conjunction with our 28th International Biodetection Technologies: Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Global Health and Biodefense, and together, these events will provide three full days of programming in both the field and the lab.
Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Global Health & Biodefense
Advanced Methods to Enable Effective Decision-Making
The development of bioanalytical methods that are field-ready, compatible, scalable and reliable is critical to effective diagnostics at the point-of-care. In addition, clinical data must be generated and incorporated into the key operational decision-maker networks. The 28th International Biodetection Technologies: Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Global Health & Biodefense will bring together the international industry, academic and government biodetection community to discuss advancements in approaches for optimizing performance of field technologies, translational challenges, diagnostic tools and data analysis to enable effective decision-making.
This event is in conjunction with our 28th International Biodetection Technologies: Biothreat & Pathogen Detection, and together, these events will provide three full days of programming around biodetection technologies in both the field and the lab.