05/16/18: NIAID Funding News featured the TB Portals in their regular bulletin.
11/30/17: The TB Portals Program closes out one of its biggest years, as featured in the November Stop TB Newsletter.
11/30/17: The TB Portals Program and the DEPOT were highlighted at the Radiological Society of North America’s 2017 Annual Meeting.
9/1/17: Journal of Clinical Microbiology has accepted for publication the manuscript “The TB Portals: An open-access, web-based platform for global drug-resistant tuberculosis data sharing and analysis.” Click here for the published manuscript.
3/27/17: Kaiser Family Foundation mentioned the TB Portals Program in their Daily Global Health Policy Report.
3/24/17: The TB Portals Program was featured by Science Speaks blog for World TB Day.
Updates coming soon
Genomics Analysis Portals (G-AP), the Program's newest analytical tool, will be presented at ASM Microbe 2018 on Friday June 8, 2018, in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information on location and time, see the online abstract.
The TB Portals Program will be attending and presenting at the Keystone Symposium, Tuberculosis: Translating Scientific Findings for Clinical and Public Health Impact, April 15 - 19, in Whistler, Canada.
We will present “Radiomics and radiogenomics analysis of large collection of tuberculosis data with TB DEPOT” at the Radiological Society of North America’s Annual Meeting in Chicago, USA, November 26 – December 1.
2017 International Tuberculosis Portals Consortium
The TB Portals Program will convene October 24-25, 2017 in Baku, Azerbaijan for its Annual Steering Committee Meeting, bringing together researchers, clinicians and IT specialists to discuss challenges in research and treatment of MDR-TB, and to identify new ways for using technology (image analysis, genomics, data sciences, and advanced analytics) to address those challenges.
Union World Lung Conference
The TB Portals Program will be attending and presenting at the 48th Union World Lung Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico on October 11-14, 2017. We will present the following abstracts:
“Advancing MDR-TB research through the multi-national TB Portals Program and online database platform, PD-695-13,” October 13, 12:45 – 13:45, Poster Area.
“MDR/XDR TB DEPOT: a novel, open-access bioinformatics tool to query and analyze large-scale radiological, genomic and clinical data from the multi-national TB Portals Program database, SOA-422-13.” October 13, 14:00-15:30, Hall 14 - Jalisco Hall.
Please contact us if you would like more information on or would like to meet at any of these events.