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12th Meeting on Global Microbial Identifier in Singapore

The Global Microbial Identifier (GMI) is an international consortium of more than 270 scientists in 55 countries galvanized by a single focus: realizing a global genomic infrastructure and database that will enable revolutionary new technology to identify and characterize microorganisms in a timely (minutes to hours) fashion through utilising an international interactive system of DNA databases containing the full genomes of all investigated microbial isolates in the world.

The 12th meeting of Global Microbial Identifier was held 12-14 June 2019, Singapore

The 12th international meeting was held in Singapore, together with Nanyang Technological University.

Hosted together with Nanyang Technological University Food Technology Centre (NAFTEC), the 3‐day event (12th‐14th June) focused on existing and current trending themes relating to the use of next generation sequencing (NSG) in clinical, public health, food virology, and microbiology as presented by international experts and as interactive discussions welcoming participant involvement.

The final report and program from the event are available (see right column).

The GMI12 Meeting report is now available. 
The programe for the GMI12 meeting, 12-14 June 2019.
Below, please find the Day 1 Presenter abstracts and bios.
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