Breath Biopsy Conference 2020
Digital, 10-11 Nov 2020
Many presentations from this event, including the panel discussion and COVID-19 session are now available to view for free:
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Date: 10th and 11th November 2020
Conference venue: Digital event
This year’s Breath Biopsy Conference will take place digitally on 10th and 11th November 2020. The conference seeks to facilitate progress in the breath research field by bringing together leading researchers and research organizations to share the latest advances and to discuss common challenges.
Breath research seeks to use non-invasive breath testing approaches, like Breath Biopsy, to detect, diagnose and find the best treatment strategies for a multitude of different conditions. These approaches provide readouts of a patient’s metabolic state, so are more directly linked to current disease progression than is possible through genetic testing. As such, this field has many potential applications in early detection and precision medicine.
During this two day event, the key ares of expertise in and around the breath research field will be explored in talks, poster sessions and discussions.
Sessions will include discussions around the biological origins of VOCs, VOC disease applications and data analysis. There will also be a session specifically focusing on applications of breath research in liver diseases.
Renelle Meyers, BC Cancer Research Centre
Terence Risby, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Joachim Pleil, Gillings School of Global Public Health
Steven Fowler, University of Manchester
Salman Siddiqui, University of Leicester
John Plevris, University of Edinburgh
Marc van der Schee, Owlstone Medical
Agnieszka Smolinska, Maastricht University
James Covington, Warwick University
Roy Goodacre, University of Liverpool
Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto, University of Liège
Anthony Hobson, The Functional Gut Clinic
Giuseppe Ferrandino, Owlstone Medical
Scott Friedman, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Paul Thomas, Loughborough University
James Logan, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Please note that your registration is not complete until you receive a confirmation email with details to join our digital event. We reserve the right to refuse admission to the event if you are not fully registered.