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Microbiology & Infectious Diseases Asia Congress

10 Jun 2014 - 11 Jun 2014 - Singapore, Asia

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Subject Line: Invitation to Microbiology & Infectious Diseases Asia Congress 2014, 10th & 11th June 2014, Singapore

Oxford Global would like to invite you to attend the Microbiology & Infectious Diseases Asia Congress 2014 (, 10th & 11th June 2014, Singapore. This event is an executive platform for experts working in microbiology, bacteriology, mycology, virology and parasitology in Asia Pacific.

As global concern grows over drug-resistant infections and the prevalence of infectious diseases, researchers are looking to enhance capabilities for pathogen detection, infection diagnosis and genomic analysis of disease-causing micro-organisms. The congress brings together leading experts in the field of microbial genomics, clinical microbiology, infectious diseases and diagnostics, to discuss ground-breaking technologies and game-changing case studies.

The event will feature over 50presentations and case studies that focused on the key developments in clinical microbiology, microbial genomics and infectious disease diagnostics.

Including 4 interactive streams:

  • Detection Technology & Molecular Diagnostics
  • Clinical Microbiology
  •            Microbial Genomics
  •             Infectious Diseases

To download the agenda, please click here (

Speakers of the 2014 Congress include: 

  •          Evgeni Sokurenko, Professor of Microbiology, University of Washington, USA
  •          Pascal M. Dohmen, Professor, University of Leipzig, Germany
  •         Peter Karp, Director, Bioinformatics Research Group, SRI International, USA (International)
  •          Annelies Wilder-Smith, Professor, Institute of  Public Health, University of Heidelberg, Germany & NTU Singapore
  •          Margaret Ip, Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Honorary Consultant, Dept of Microbiology, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
  •          Linfa Wang, Professor & Director, Program in Emerging Infectious Disease, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore

To view the complete list please click here (

There are excellent discounted places available until the end of March 2014. Please contact Freda Shi on or call +65 6570 2208 today to express your interest today!


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