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Biodetection Technologies 2013 and Oak Ridge National Lab’s Biosurveillance Symposium to Bring Together Leading Organizations in Alexandria, VA from June 17-19, 2013
Date:5/22/2013

  •     Advances in microarray and sequencing technologies
  •     Bioinformatics and forensics for biodefense
  •     Reducing false positives vs. detector sensitivity
  •     Field-deployable devices: portability/compatibility/reliability/scalability
  •     Non-PCR vs. PCR based detection techniques
  •     Feedback from end-users; issues of sensitivity/testing/evaluation/validation
  • Biodetection Technologies 2013 Distinguished Speaker Faculty:

    -Bradley R. Ringeisen, PhD, Joint Science and Technology Office (JSTO), U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
    -Jacob Grun, PhD, Naval Research Laboratory
    -Steve Velsko, PhD, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    -Arne Kloke, PhD, HSG-IMIT, Germany
    -Robert Duncan, PhD,U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    -R. Paul Schaudies, PhD, GenArraytion Inc.,
    -COL Bret Purcell,USAMRIID
    -Bruce Davidson, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate
    -Arthur H. Reis, Jr, PhD, Department of Biology, Brandeis University
    -Szi-Fei Feng, PhD, Merck and Co., Inc.
    -Kimothy L. Smith, DVM, PhD, Positive ID - Microfluidic Systems
    -Claudia Gärtner, PhD, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Germany
    -Christopher J. Cowen, United States Capitol Police
    -Raoul Kopelman, PhD, The University of Michigan
    -Harshini Mukundan, PhD, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    -Frank Bier, Prof Dr, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT, Germany
    -Darby Kozak, PhD, Izon Science, Ltd
    -Panagiotis Karanis, PhD, University of Cologne, Germany
    -Patty Olinger, Emory University & Elizabeth R. Griffin Research Fou
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