Keynote and invited presentations
Brett Lidbury gave an invited presentation for the RCPA – QAP (Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia – Quality Assurance Program) – for a meeting entitled “Statistics and Datamining”. His presentation title was – “Pattern Recognition in Pathology Data to Improve Laboratory Diagnoses”.
Other conference presentations
Danielle Ingle has organised a national conference - MicroSeq2020. This is an online conference for any Australian-based researchers who uses sequencing technologies to answer microbiological questions - target audience later year PhD and ECRs. It is to be held in mid-November, supported by Australian Society of Microbiology, VIC Branch.
Outreach and engagement
Tambri Housen was invited to facilitate an international panel on contact tracing for TEPHINET on the 17th September. The panel included representation from the South Asia Field Epidemiology and Technology Network, Ethiopian, Guinean, Mexican, Costa Rican and Public Health Canada Field Epidemiology Training Programs and the Public Health Informatics Institute, USA Task Force for Global Health.
The 3 Module Learning Series for Contact Tracing, a collaboration between RSPH and the Public Health Agency of Canada and ACT Health is now undergoing translation into French. The translated modules will also be hosted on the World Health Organization’s Global Outbreak Alert and Response Networks (GOARN) training Platform. https://extranet.who.int/goarn/training-catalogue
- Ingle et al, 2020. Prolonged outbreak of multidrug-resistant Shigella sonnei harbouring blaCTX-M-27 in Victoria, Australia, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (accepted)
- Wallace, RL, Bulach, D, Valcanis, M, Polkinghorne, BG, Pingault, N, Stylianopoulos, A, Givney, RC, Glass, K & Kirk, MD. 2020. Identification of the first erm(B)+ Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli associated with novel multidrug resistance genomic islands in Australia. JGAR (in press)
- Wan, Ingle et al, 2020. GeneMates: an R package for Detecting Horizontal Gene Co-transfer between Bacteria Using Gene-gene Associations Controlled for Population Structure, BMC Genomics
- Pre-print articles in review
- Ashcroft, Ingle et al, 2020. Genomic assessment of within-host population variation in Neisseria gonorrhoeae: Implications for gonorrhoea transmission (in review)
Gorrie, Ingle et al, 2020. Systematic analysis of key parameters for genomics-based real-time detection and tracking of multidrug-resistant bacteria (in review)