INFLAMMATIX PRESENTS™

Webinars, videos, social and other media to keep you informed

Check here for our growing list of webinars or other video or audio information. Presentations, video highlights from relevant meetings, recorded interviews with experts on acute infections and/or sepsis, and podcasts will be featured in this section, and will be updated regularly. Follow us on Twitter.

Featured Presentations

SAEM Webinar 8 – 20:35 – July 2021
Statistical Aspects for a Novel Test to Distinguish Bacterial from Viral Infections.

SAEM Webinar 7 – 30:08 – July 2021
The COVID-19 Pandemic ED Impact: Before, During, and After.

SAEM Presentation – 59:58 – May 2021
When assessing infection and sepsis in the ED, think patient, not pathogen.

Inflammatix + Sepsis Alliance – 51:47 – January 2021
How diagnostics contribute to defining sepsis.

SAEM Webinar 6 – 18:38 – December 2020
Antimicrobial stewardship in the Emergency Department in the era of COVID-19

SAEM Webinar 5 – 8:30 – November 2020
Leveraging the host response to predict severe respiratory failure in COVID-19: Derivation of a 5-mRNA classifier and prospective validation

ACEP Presentation October 2020 – 41:51
When assessing infection, think patient, not pathogen.

SAEM Webinar 4 – 17:47 – October 2020
Assessing COVID-19 severity in the ED – an interview with Dr. Nathan Shapiro

SAEM Webinar 3 – 25:00 – August 2020
“Heterogeneity” and “Dirty Data”– blessings in disguise for accelerating clinical translation

SAEM Webinar 2 – 16:14 – July 2020
The need for actionable results to diagnose acute infections & sepsis in the ED: The power of host response

SAEM Webinar 1 – 12:49 – June 2020
A new approach to diagnosing sepsis: Host response profiling

Inflammatix + AWS – 21:42 – February 2020
Point-of-care precision medicine using transcriptomics and machine learning.

Tim Sweeney at TEDx Palo Alto – 10:35 – November 2018
Immune profiling: A new way to diagnose.

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