Save the date: May 15-17, 2013, Møller Centre, Churchill College of Cambridge, UK

March 14, 2013
Genome Detectives at Applied Bioinformatics and Public Health Microbiology Conference

The conference on Applied Bioinformatics and Public Health Microbiology in Cambridge provides a platform for discussing recent advances in sequencing and bioinformatics relevant to microbiology. International researchers get together to present their work on Next Generation Sequencing and other genomic approaches suitable to meet the needs of public health.

Two representatives of the PathoNGen-Trace consortium will join the conference. Martin Maiden of Oxford University, UK, belongs to the Scientific Organisers, and Dag Harmsen of University of Münster, Germany, gives insight into his recent research activities in conjunction with PathoNGen-Trace as an invited speaker.

Detailed information on registration, speakers and topics as well as the conference programme are available at

Abstract deadline: 20 March 2013
Registration deadline: 17 April 2013