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Infectious Diseases – Webinars and Online Events

Thermo Infectious Disease
Webinar

Evolve Your Respiratory Diagnostics To Improve Patient Care

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Gustav Quade will provide a comprehensive overview of respiratory pathogens and discuss how to enhance your laboratory’s diagnostic capabilities by using multiplex assays to incorporate clinically relevant pathogen targets into your testing protocols. Dr. Quade will also illustrate best practices and key considerations to help you expand your laboratory’s respiratory testing menu.
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Webinar

Advancing Multiplex Nucleic Acid Detection for Clinical Diagnostics

On-Demand
Molecular diagnostics have revolutionized healthcare by enabling accurate and efficient disease diagnosis and treatments. Aging and growing populations, increased prevalence of infectious diseases and rising costs are impacting the diagnostic landscape presenting the need for increased clinical lab efficiency and innovation.
This webinar series will delve into the intricacies of the modern clinical lab and explore ways to optimize and streamline molecular diagnostics workflows and technologies to aid in the identification and diagnosis of disease.
In this webinar, Dr. Tza-Huei (Jeff) Wang will join us to discuss the pivotal role of nucleic acids in molecular diagnostics and how to address the multiplexing capacity of various diagnostic methods. Throughout this session, Jeff will discuss novel coding techniques and microfluidic digital detection strategies to improve the multiplexing capabilities of nucleic acid detection to aid in the identification of genetic disorders, cancer and infectious agents.
Profiling host responses in COVID-19 patients
Webinar

Profiling Host Responses in COVID-19 Patients

On-Demand
This webinar explores how a next-generation automated ELISA technique can profile the dysregulated host response to COVID-19 in association with viral load in plasma.

ThermoFisher Webinar
Webinar

Efficiency Redefined: Advancing Lab Performance Through Molecular Diagnostics Part 2

On-Demand
Molecular diagnostics have revolutionized healthcare by enabling accurate and efficient disease diagnosis and treatments. Aging and growing populations, increased prevalence of infectious diseases and rising costs are impacting the diagnostic landscape presenting the need for increased clinical lab efficiency and innovation.
This webinar series will delve into the intricacies of the modern clinical lab and explore ways to optimize and streamline molecular diagnostics workflows and technologies to aid in the identification and diagnosis of disease.

In this webinar. Dr. Rebecca Yee will join us to discuss the need for continuous development of molecular microbiology approaches for infectious disease diagnosis and management. Throughout this session, she will cover the advantages of ‘sample-to-result’ platforms including ease-of-use, increased sensitivity and rapid turnaround time, as well as the enhancements of the clinical laboratory workflow.
Thermo Covid
Webinar

Viruses Circulating in the 2023–2024 Flu Season: What Have We Seen?

On-Demand
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly affected the spread of respiratory pathogens, but their circulation is now returning to pre-pandemic levels.
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Webinar

High-Throughput Plasma Profiling for Enhanced Biomarker Discovery

On-Demand
Meaningful biomarker studies that account for genetic, environmental and lifestyle variation, or comprise of complex signatures from multiple proteins, require large cohorts – too large for the current proteomics discovery platforms.
ThermoFisher Scientific Webinar
Webinar

Efficiency Redefined: Advancing Lab Performance Through Molecular Diagnostics Part 1

On-Demand
Molecular diagnostics have revolutionized healthcare by enabling accurate and efficient disease diagnosis and treatments. Aging and growing populations, increased prevalence of infectious diseases and rising costs are impacting the diagnostic landscape presenting the need for increased clinical lab efficiency and innovation.

This webinar series will delve into the intricacies of the modern clinical lab and explore ways to optimize and streamline molecular diagnostics workflows and technologies to aid in the identification and diagnosis of disease.

In this webinar, Dr. Christian Koepfli will join us to explore the many factors affecting the performance of qPCR assays and how this impacts population-based studies. He will also outline strategies on how to optimize the sensitivity of these tests to increase lab efficiency.
Oxford Nanopore
Webinar

Parent-of-Origin Genome Analysis: The Potential To Improve Genetic Testing

On-Demand
This webinar will introduce a novel method for parent-of-origin-aware genomic analysis using the long-read capabilities of nanopore sequencing and single-cell DNA template strand sequencing to assign variants to each biological parent with 99% accuracy using only a blood research sample from the child.
mAb
Webinar

Real-Time Functional Characterization of Monoclonal Antibodies

On-Demand
Antibodies are ideal therapeutic biomolecules due to their ability to bind to a variety of targets with high affinity and specificity. Innovations in hybridoma and phage display technologies have enabled drug developers to exploit the natural diversity in antibodies, leading to the wide use of monoclonal antibodies.
Thermo - Vaccines
Webinar

The Broad Utility (and Potential Pitfalls) of qPCR in Diagnosing Infectious Diseases

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Jonathan Schmitz will provide a broad overview of PCR in diagnostic microbiology, with particular emphasis on the challenges that can face the development of new assays and impact their clinical actionability. Many of these issues - while hardly unique to SARS-CoV-2- can be highlighted by the evolving dynamics of this virus over the past three years.
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