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COST training school: Bioinformatics for microbial community analysis

I will be helping teach one day of this course which is fully-funded if you are a student from a COST-participating country… see below for details: Deadline is next week, so hurry if you are interested. COST training school ES1103: Bioinformatics for microbial community analysis Dates: December 11th- 14th (the school will begin at 1pm […]

Live Tweets from Applying Advanced Molecular Techniques to Healthcare Infection Day 3

Here is a crude file dump of my live tweets from the third day of the Applying Advanced Molecular Techniques to Healthcare Infection. Same caveats as before: apologies for extraneous material, but something better than nothing. Also have created newspaper of links from the meeting here: http://paper.li/mjpallen/1319610603 #AAMTHI am signing off live tweeting and will start […]

Are diagnostic and public health bacteriology ready to become branches of genomic medicine?

This article of ours has just appeared in Genome Medicine. Pallen and Loman Genome Medicine 2011, 3:53 http://genomemedicine.com/content/3/8/53 MUSINGS: Are diagnostic and public health bacteriology ready to become branches of genomic medicine? Mark J Pallen* and Nicholas J Loman Diagnostic medical bacteriology is a conservative discipline. When busy house officers scribble ‘M, C & S’ […]