Bruker´s Contribution to this Year´s Event


Bruker at the 33rd ECCMID

Bruker Microbiology & Infection Diagnostics (MID) is thrilled to invite all experts from clinical microbiology laboratories to join us at booth C3-15 in Copenhagen, Denmark, from April 15-18.

Not able to make it in person? No problem - the congress will also be available online for your convenience.

Don't miss out on the chance to witness our latest product innovations first-hand, and see why we're at the forefront of the industry. Our team is eagerly waiting to show you the cutting-edge technologies and solutions that will continue changing microbiology. See you at ECCMID 2023 - it's an event you won't want to miss!

What´s new ?

Our Focus at ECCMID 2023

Join us at our booth where we’ll showcase our revolutionary MALDI Biotyper® sirius IVD System, now offering lightning-fast analysis for routine microbial identification. Our market-leading MALDI-TOF is now equipped with a new zero-button IDealTune feature securing optimal performance without extra cost or effort. Additionally, the system’s analytical power has been expanded to deal with identification of 222 filamentous fungi species/ species groups, with a stunningly easy Mycelium Transfer (MyT) sample preparation procedure, ensuring high analysis success rates.

You'll also witness the power of our complementary and interrelated IR Biotyper®, providing quick and easy microbial strain typing for hospital hygiene, enabling preventive epidemiology. The built‐in classifiers facilitate quick decision‐making.

That's not all - discover our extensive Molecular Diagnostics portfolio, featuring the integrated workflow of the FluoroType® approach, assays for the detection of various diseases, and the game-changing LiquidArray® technology powering next‐generation multiplexing in a familiar PCR‐based workflow.

And finally, discover our UMIC® product line for single drug MIC testing based on broth microdilution, focused on last-resort antibiotics, including UMIC® Cefiderocol.

On our booth you can also to talk to our NMR-colleague to learn about PhenoRisk PACS RuO, a multi-organ phenomic risk screening for research in post-acute COVID syndrome.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to see the future of diagnostics - see you at our booth!

April 15 - Integrated Symposium

Integrated Symposium
Changing Microbiology: Revolutionary Technologies Enhancing Today´s Diagnostics
Saturday, April 15, 04:15-06:15 CEST

This Integrated Symposium highlights the latest updates and trends across a broad spectrum of technologies, including microbial identification, strain and vector typing, molecular and rapid AST assays.
The use of AI approaches on large MALDI‐TOF datasets from microbial identification opens new possibilities in research and future diagnostics, already being explored by MALDI-TOF users.
IR spectroscopy strain typing technology greatly facilitates hygiene control and epidemiology as the built‐in classifiers enable quick decision‐making.
Infectious disease molecular diagnostic assays provide comprehensive coverage with powerful next‐generation multiplexing in a familiar PCR‐based workflow.
Join our symposium to learn how our endeavor to changing microbiology through revolutionary technologies aims at enhancing today's diagnostics!

Dr. Stefan Zimmermann, Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany
Dr. Onya Opota, University of Lausanne, Institute of Microbiology, Lausanne, Switzerland

4:15-4:25 Welcome

4:25-4:50 New achievements in the identification of yeasts and filamentous fungi by MALDI-TOF MS
Dr. Sandra Gräber, Klinikum Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany

4:50-5:15 MALDI-TOF MS for surveillance of malaria vectors
Dr. Marta Maia, KEMRI Wellcome Trust, Kilifi, Kenya

5:15-5:40 Can the routine use of FTIR spectroscopy help to improve the control and prevention of healthcare associated infections?
Dr. Crespin C. Adjidé, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Amiens-Picardie, Amiens, France

5:40-6:05 Advances and perspectives in infection diagnostics and control
Dr. Markus Kostrzewa, Bruker Microbiology & Infection Diagnostics, Germany

6:05-6:15 Panel Discussion and Q&A

Scientific Posters

Scientific Posters

Take a look on our poster list, covering a broad range of scientific and diagnostic topics that Bruker Microbiology & Infection Diagnostics and its cooperation partners have recently worked on.