Current clinical microbiology technologies are limited in breadth and design. With the rapid advances in next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies, clinical and public health microbiology laboratories are increasingly adopting metagenomics into their existing laboratory workflows for infectious disease detection.

In this 3-part presentation, participants will learn about:

  • The power of metagenomics technologies to better identify and characterize respiratory pathogens and gain antimicrobial resistance (AMR) insights
  • The analytical performance of a new Respiratory ID/AMR Panel (RPIP) workflow and automated data analysis solution that enables simultaneously detection and quantification of ~300 of the most important respiratory pathogens and >1200 AMR markers in <24 hours
  • How laboratories have incorporated metagenomic panels into their laboratory solution repertoire through the example of a shotgun NGS-based test


Lauge Farnaes, MD, PhD Lauge Farnaes, MD, PhD
Head of Medical Affairs

John W. A. Rossen, PhD, MScJohn W. A. Rossen, PhD, MSc
Head of Microbiology & Product Strategy, Europe

Robert Schlaberg, MD, PhD, MPHRobert Schlaberg, MD, PhD, MPH
Co-Founder, Chief Medical Officer


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Date & Time
11 Feb 2021
10:00 AM
Microbial genomics, Immunology
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