The BioNet Annual Symposium is a one day opportunity to listen to five to six distinguished speakers on various topics of interest to the Biosafety professionals and anyone interested in other areas of laboratory-related safety or health, to discuss with exhibitors serving the local community, and interact and connect with colleagues.
Dr. Nikos Gurfield, DVM, PhD, DACVP, San Diego County Vector Control Program, Department of Environmental Health. Invasive Aedes mosquitoes, Zika virus, and West Nile virus – Public Health Challenges to San Diego County
Dan Simpson, Labconco. Biosafety Cabinet: Top Tips and the New Type C
Dr. Robert Schooley, MD, Dept. of Medicine, UC San Diego. Novel Phage Therapy Used to Treat Patient with Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Infection
Doug Harvey, Chemical Hygiene Officer, Environment Health & Safety, UC San Diego; Debbie Durand, Dept. Safety Officer, Animal Care Program, UC San Diego. Scavenging Techniques to Reduce Isoflurane Exposure
Shannon Mulhern, Enterprise Account Executive, BioRaft. Researcher Burden Impacts Safety Culture
Jeff Cassett, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Federal Bureau of Investigation. Biosecurity from the FBI Perspective
Exhibitors are welcome to showcase their company’s products and services for a small fee. Click here for more information on reserving a ”vendor table”.
For those unable to travel to the Symposium, it will be available to view through a web-based system. Register online and indicate in payment line, Webinar. You will be emailed with the link and sign-in information.
Click here to register before June 15, 2017 to save your spot