ICCMg 2018

A year in clinical bioinformatics

Helena Seth Smith
Switzerland

Selected abstract:

Extensive viral nucleic acid contamination in clinical samples

Maria Asplund
Denmark

Nanopore sequencing: mobile metagenomics at the epicentre of a viral outbreak

Liana Kafetzopoulou
England

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Liana_Kafetzopoulou

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Personalizing treatments using microbiome and clinical data

Eran Segal
Israel

Gut microbiota in immuno-oncology; from discovery to clinical trials

Bertrand Routy
Canada

Now moving to the vaginal microbiota and personalized medicine?

Jacques Ravel
USA

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Selected abstract:

Caesarean section stunts the gut microbiota and predisposes pathogen colonisation during very early life

Yan Shao
United Kingdom

Next-Generation Sequencing Diagnostics of Sepsis

Silke Grumaz
Germany

Pathogen Detection Using Cell-free DNA in Body Fluids

Wei Gu
USA

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Selected abstract:

Metagenomic Shotgun Sequencing in the Microbiology laboratory: Routine Implementation for complex cases

Christophe Rodriguez
France

ICCMg conclusive speech

Etienne Ruppé
Paris, France

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Etienne_Ruppe

GENEVA  
18-19 OCTOBER 2018

Practical issues in implementing genomics in routine diagnostic microbiology

John WA Rossen
Netherlands

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Challenges and opportunities for whole‐genome sequencing–based surveillance of antibiotic resistance

Willem van Schaik
United Kingdom

How can WGS help in outbreaks? The point of view of the infection prevention and control

Stephan Harbarth
Switzerland

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Lost in translation? Considering user needs in reporting clinical microbial genomics results

Jennifer Gardy
Canada

Symbiosis, an interdisciplinary concept with ethical applications

Beatrice de Montera
France

Real-time phylogenetic analysis of emerging pathogens

Richard Neher
Switzerland

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Clinical genomics in tuberculosis

Sébastien Gagneux
Switzerland

Selected abstract: Diversity and composition of the microbiome in the lower respiratory tract is associated with lung damage in tuberculosis patients from Tanzania

Monica Ticlla
Switzerland

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Selected abstract:

Investigation of viruses in human cancers by application of multiple pre-sequencing enrichment methods

Sarah Mollerup
Denmark

ICCMg3 welcome speech

Jacques Schrenzel
Geneva, Switzerland

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jacques_Schrenzel

ICCMg 2017

NGS for characterization of clinical class 1 integrons from hospital effluents

Olivier Barraud
Limoges, France
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Olivier_Barraud

Clinical metagenomics:

our real-life experience

Charles Chiu
San Francisco, USA

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Charles_Chiu2

From yesterday to tomorrow: past, present and future of sequencing: the next generation sequencing revolution

Laurent Farinelli
Geneva, Switzerland

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Laurent_Farinelli

The blood microbiota in health and disease

Peter Gyarmati
Peoria, USA

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Gyarmati

Critical Assessment of Metagenome Interpretation

Alice McHardy
Brunswick, Germany

Clinical metagenomics in bone and joint infections

Robin Patel
Rochester, USA

https://www.researchgate.net/scientific…/39781160_Robin_Patel

Nanopore Sequencing- a step forward in pathogen identification and antibiotic resistance gene profiling of urine samples

Katarzyna Schmidt
Norwich, UK

Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities in Clinical Metagenomics

Kristian Roth
Rockville, USA

Clinical metagenomics of dermohypodermitis and necrotizing fasciitis

Christophe Rodriguez
Créteil, France

Clinical metagenomics of hospital-acquired pneumonia

Sébastien Hauser
Grenoble, France

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sebastien_Hauser2

ICCMg conclusive speech

Etienne Ruppé
Paris, France

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Etienne_Ruppe

GENEVA  
19-20 OCTOBER 2017

Development of a NGS-based CE-IVD test for pathogen detection

Pascale Beurdeley
Paris, France

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pascale_Beurdeley

Understanding and combatting resistome exchange across commensal, environmental, and pathogenic microbes

Gautam Dantas
Saint Louis, USA

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gautam_Dantas

Can whole genome sequencing replace antibiotic susceptibility testing?

Matthew Ellington
London, UK

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Matthew_Ellington2

On the importance of curated databases

Philippe Lemercier
Geneva, Switzerland

Metagenomic NGS for pathogen detection:
quality control issues and strategies

Steve Miller
San Francisco, USA

Clinical metagenomics in post-operative endophthalmitis

Sünje Johanna Pamp
Lyngby, Denmark

Virus transmission during kidney transplantation assessed by virome analysis  of living donor and recipient

Verena Kufner
Zurich, Switzerland

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Verena_Kufner

Rapid metagenomic diagnosis of hospital acquired pneumonia

Justin O’Grady
Norwich, UK

Detection of previously missed pathogens  by a fully-validated metagenomics-based test

Robert Schlaberg
Salt Lake City, USA

ICCMg2 welcome speech

Jacques Schrenzel
Geneva, Switzerland

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jacques_Schrenzel

ICCMg 2016

GENEVA  
13-14 OCTOBER 2016

Cinical metagenomics in urinary tract infections

Frank M. Aarestrup
Technical University of Denmark

Clinical microbiomics: towards diagnostics and personalised intervention

Peer Bork
European Molecular Biology Laboratory – EMBL

Clinical metagenomics for the diagnosis of acute infectious diseases

Jérôme Bouquet
University of California – San Francisco

Sequencing of M. tuberculosis directly from sputum

Judith Breuer
University College London

Inferring the antibiogram from genomes

Derrick Crook
Public Health England

The intestinal microbiota and the link with diseases 

S. Dusko Ehrlich
MetaGenoPolis, INRA Jouy en Josas

Clinical metagenomics in immunocompromised patients

Marc Eloit
Institut Pasteur Paris and Pathoquest

Overview of bioinformatics analyses for metagenomics data

Aitana Lebrand
Swisss Institute of Bioinformatics

From metagenomics to bacterial therapy

Eric Pamer
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Using biofilms (and metagenomics) to diagnose colon cancer

Cynthia Sears
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Probing the medical microbiome

Georges Weinstock
The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine

Next Generation Sequencing for metagenomics

Patrick Wincker
Genoscope and CEA, France

Welcome address

Jacques Schrenzel
Geneva University Hospitals

Conclusive speech

Snapshots from the ICCMg 2016