02-09-2019

IFBLS 2020: The preliminary program is ready

Eske Willerslev, University of Copenhagen, Jan Madsen, Technical University of Denmark, and Fatima Al-Zahraa Al Atraktchi, Prediagnose. Three speakers in the preliminary program for IFBLS 2020 in Copenhagen.

Af Niels C. Jensen, journalist

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Eske Willerslev, know for his research on the ancient human geonome is one of the key note speakers at IFBLS 2020 - join the lab race. Photo: Mikal Schlosser

 

In one year tyhe 34th World Congres of Biomedical Laboratory Science is held in Copenhagen. The preliminary program is out now and include sessions in four different tracks:

  • The role of biomedical laboratory science in hospital and community healthcare 
  • Practice, development and research in biomedical laboratory science
  • Management, Education and Learning
  • Technology, Innovation and Profession

 

The preliminary program also features several keynote and invited speakers.

 

Three names of special interest

Eske Willerslev, Professor, GeoGenetics, University of Copenhagen

"Evolutionary geneticist. Eske is particularly known for sequencing the first ancient human genome and establishing the field of environmental DNA, where modern and ancient DNA from higher plants and animals are obtained directly from environmental samples."
 

Jan Madsen, Professor, Technical University of Denmark

"Professor in computer based systems at DTU Compute at the Technical University of Denmark and Head of the section on Embedded Systems Engineering. And also Deputy Director of DTU Compute."
 

Fatima Al-Zahraa Al Atraktchi, Postdoc, company founder, Prediagnose

"Qualified nano-physicist and autodidact molecular biologist, with a special interest in biomedicine. Among other things, she has developed a revolutionary method for detecting bacterial infections and has also proven that, in the vast majority of cases, patients who are clinically described as being free from bacteria after treatment are actually still infected. 
 
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