Las Vegas, Neveda (PressExposure) August 15, 2013 -- Microbes are significant part of living organism and Clinical Microbiology plays a vital role on individual as well as community health by distinguishing the healthy microbes from that of disease prone ones.
Clinical Microbiology comes to the rescue of the public health system during epidemic outbreaks. Bionomics is a discipline in genetics that applies DNA &Bioinformatics to Sequences, assemble and analyze the functions of the complete set of DNA within a cell of an organism.
Knowledge about the microbes have broad and far reaching implications on environmental, industrial, agricultural, health and energy applications.
Realizing the importance of this field, OMICS Group is organizing the 2nd International conference on clinical microbiology and microbial genomics, under the theme 'To Encompass Emerging Trends in Clinical Microbiology', from 16-18 September 2013 at Las Vegas, USA. The meet is expected to provide great scope for interaction of professionals including in addition to clinical experts and top-level pathologists and scientists from around the globe, on a single platform.
Eminent speakers lined up to share valuable include:
Eynav Klechevsky Washington University School of Medicine, USA
Nancy Khardori, Eastern Virginia medical School, USA
Tineke H. Jones, Agriculture and Agri Food, Canada
Jean-Pierre Gorvel, Immunology Center of Marseille-Luminy, France
Major tracks and sessions in the Conference:
1. Novel Insights into Clinical Microbiology
2. Microbiology-Current Research
3. Antimicrobials and Disinfectants
4. Infection Control & Immunity
5. Clinical Infectious Disease
6. Tools and Diagnostics in Clinical Microbiology
7. Clinical Veterinary Microbiology and Current Research
8. Infectious Diseases & Public Health
9. Current research in Medical Microbiology
10. Microbial Genomics and Cellular Microbiology
11. Vaccines against Infectious Diseases
12. Microbial and Biochemical Technology
An exclusive symposium on 'Medical Microbiology' would be held in parallel with the proceedings of the Clinical Microbiology 2013 conference, and features insightful talks by Hemanth J Purohit, NEERI-CSIR, and Kalai Mathee from Florida International University.
The conference promises improved learning and knowledge-sharing in the field of microbiology and capable of coming out with useful conclusions in the interest of scientific and research activities in microbiology.