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Events on 14 October 2019

Quality control in serology laboratory presentation

04/06/2019
Quality control in serology laboratory presentation, given at the IBMS London Branch Virology Discussion Group on 4th June 2019

Women: a Cartography

27/09/2019
An exhibition on the visual and creative interpretation of cellular pathology specimens

Introductory Course in Gynaecological Cytology Sep-Oct 2019

30/09/2019
Allocated as Lecture/Study: 30 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Q&A/Discussion 10 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Practical Element 80 hrs 0 mins

Total 120 hrs 0 mins

Regional Educational Workshops 2019: The partnership of AMS & IPC – Stewarding new antimicrobials & IPC practices

11/10/2019
Welcome to the 2019 Educational Workshop series jointly hosted by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC), Healthcare Infection Society (HIS) and British Infection Association (BIA). The topic this year is The partnership of AMS & IPC – Stewarding new antimicrobials & IPC practices.

SCOTTISH DIAGNOSTIC VIROLOGY GROUP (SDVG) AUTUMN MEETING 2019

13/10/2019
This is the autumn part of the SDVG biannual national clinical virology conference. It brings to the attention of all those working in diagnostic virology results of research, audit, clinical cases and practical experience from peers across Scotland and often beyond. The event includes various oral presentations, and a discussion session

Introduction to NGS: DNA October 2019

14/10/2019
This 2 days course gives an overview of each step of a complete sequencing workflow: from considerations for experimental design; choice of sample preparation method and sequencer; to challenges of data analysis. A participant will have an opportunity to discuss their future projects with our experts and have a chance to set up a sequencing run.
The training will take place at one of Illumina Solution Centre.
Target audience: Biomedical scientists who have no or very limited experience with Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS), but who would like to gain an understanding of the technology.

Practical HPLC Method Development Course – 3 Days

14/10/2019
To be able to establish a starting point for Method Development
To know how to use a gradient run to decide whether to use isocratic or gradient elution
To be able to select the most appropriate mode of HPLC e.g. Reversed phase, Normal phase, Ion exchange e.t.c.
To know the parameters that need to be optimised, the order in which to optimise them and to recognise optimum
conditions for each sample
To know when to use internal or external standards
To establish confidence in peak identification