The conference explores topics including: (1) Molecular mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis; (2) Understanding and strengthening host responses to infectious agents; (3) Novel approaches to drug discovery.
The conference aims to provide a platform for scholars and researchers to share their research achievements, discuss the current issues and exchange the new experiences and technologies in the field of biological information and biomedical engineering.
Hands-on training in using large-scale multi-omics data and machine learning to infer biological models.
This conference aims to unite investigators studying many diverse aspects of genetic recombination in a range of biological systems, and who use different experimental approaches.
The Fifth Annual Biodefense World Summit brings together leaders from government, academia, and industry for discussions on pathogen detection, point-of-care, biosurveillance, sample prep technologies, and bio-recovery.
Collaborating with industry to highlight a one-team concept is a top priority for the Department of Defense. The Pentagon is committed to accelerating and adapting the traditional acquisition process to improve readiness and modernize the Joint Force. As the DOD modernizes the force, we are modernizing this conference. Anticipate in-depth discussions on the evolving threat, needed future capabilities, acquisition reform, and the future of Warfighter training.
The 7th Applied Bioinformatics and Public Health Microbiology conference provides a multidisciplinary forum to demonstrate how advances in microbial and viral genomics, bioinformatics, data science, and sequencing technology are being used to meet the needs of public health.
This meeting will bring together researchers applying genomic based techniques to crop improvement and plant molecular breeding experts, along with traditional breeders who are interested in applying these techniques within their crops of interest.
The Symposium will include nine oral sessions (invited speakers only) and two poster sessions providing a current synthesis of the enormous progress in our understanding of the way RNA controls and regulates processes in the cell and organism, and how these mechanisms when aberrant may contribute to the progression of disease.
This workshop introduces participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of national security, public health, and the life sciences.