A collection of open-access, curated databases that integrate population sequence data with provenance and phenotype information for over 100 different microbial species and genera.
PubMLST will be unavailable from 8am (UK) on Monday April 26 as we will be upgrading our server infrastructure. We will try to minimise downtime, but this may be a few hours.
Videos from the PubMLST forum event on Campylobacter disease surveillance and research, held on Monday, are now available on the PubMLST YouTube channel. https://t.co/gRPKVcg3Ce
Reminder: The next PubMLST forum on Campylobacter disease surveillance and research is on Monday, 2-4pm UK time (BST). Note that the clocks change in the UK this weekend! https://t.co/fH9cudIOjS
RT @DrKatHolt Excited to be teaming up with @Pathogenwatch @TheCGPS @bdi_oxford & @sylvainbrisse @institutpasteur on a unified platform for Klebsiella genomic surveillance!
Now looking for postdocs to work on AMR & virulence aspects @LSHTM (closing March 18) https://t.co/lD3KiGs8DT
The forum will be held on March 29 via Zoom. A recording will be made available after the event on the PubMLST YouTube channel. https://t.co/SJBeD216B2.
Frances Colles (Univ of Oxford, UK),
Sam Sheppard (Univ of Bath, UK),
Catherine Ragimbeau (Laboratoire National de Santé, Luxembourg),
Rick Meinersmann and Mark Berrang (USDA)
Noel McCarthy (University of Warwick, UK)
Patrick Biggs (Massey University, NZ)
This event will be held in memory of our dear friend and colleague Dr Alison Cody (Ali), who contributed so much to Campylobacter genomic research, before she sadly passed away in 2020.
The next PubMLST forum will focus on Campylobacter disease surveillance and research. It will be on March 29, 2-4pm (UK), via Zoom. Register at https://t.co/fb0hpooBnv.