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Interagency Botulism Research Coordinating Committee
Conference brings together researchers from around the country
The Interagency Botulism Research Coordinating Committee (IBRCC) meeting brings together both national and international researchers working on research that focuses on botulinum toxin and the deadly disease it causes, botulism.
Last week our Head of Product Development, Andrew Flannery, attended the California Conference. “The conference was an excellent opportunity to learn about all the great work being done to help diagnose, prevent, and treat cases of botulism poisoning”, Andrew says. PathSensors has teamed up with researchers at up with Agricultural Research Services researchers Christina Tam and Luisa Cheng in developing Botulism diagnosis using CANARY® technology.
All three were in attendance and had the opportunity to gain valuable insights into the future of diagnosing and treating botulism poisoning.