Join Max Perelman at the 4th Conference on Mitigation Strategies for Infectious Diseases as he discusses “Rapid Deployment of Molecular Testing: From Lab to the Sample”. Max will cover how field-based molecular detection technologies are enabling real-time pathogen detection and disease surveillance at the point-of-need. He will highlight a variety of use cases in veterinary, aquaculture, vector surveillance, carcass sampling, and working upstream to MinION sequencing.
Event: CaliConf 2018
When: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 from 12 - 12:30 PM
Where: Marriott Hotel - Cali, Colombia
What: Rapid Deployment of Molecular Testing: From the Lab to the Sample
Who: Max Perelman, Co-Founder and Business Lead
Held at the Marriott Hotel in Cali, Colombia, the conference takes place from November 12-15th. Max will be speaking at the morning session on Tuesday, November 13th from 12-12:30 PM. Register for free online at http://orionbio.com/.
Looking to sync up with Max while he’s in Cali, Colombia? Please contact us.
If you're interested in learning more about how the Biomeme platform can work in this space, watch our vector surveillance webinar here. The webinar focuses on tick and mosquito vector surveillance use cases and details out our full suite of end-to-end mobile molecular solutions that bring the lab to the sample.
Max Perelman is a co-founder here at Biomeme where he leads business and operations. Prior to founding Biomeme over 6 years ago, Max spent 15 years in a range of industries, including: environmental consulting and green building technology, eCommerce and enterprise systems development, and management consulting. After launching his career in San Francisco, Max lived in Asia for almost a decade, leading projects in Hong Kong, Beijing, Bangkok, and Tokyo. He has a BA from Cornell University and an MBA/MAIEP from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.