Previous workshops

From the basis of the Technical University of Denmark, we initially ran three workshops on Whole Genome Sequencing and Analysis for Microbial Diagnostics from June 2014 - August 2015. Since September 2016, we have moved the venue to Conference Center Lake House (Søhuset) in Hørsholm, Denmark and run two more workshops. Below you can see how our participants evaluated each of the workshop.

June 2014

This workshop was for Danish-speaking participants only. Twenty-five (25) people participated, mostly medical doctors and clinical microbiologist working at hospitals or Statens Serum Institute of Denmark. The figure below illustrates how the participants evaluated different aspects of the workshop afterwards on a scale from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent).

November 2014

This was the first workshop conducted in English. Twenty-three (23) people participated; 11 from Denmark and 12 from other European countries. The figure below illustrates how the participants evaluated different aspects of the workshop afterwards on a scale from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent).

August 2015

The course was the last one at the Technical University of Denmark. Forty (40) people participated. The figure below illustrates how the participants evaluated the workshop afterwards.

September 2016

The venue of this course was Conference Center Lake House (Søhuset) in Hørsholm. Twenty-one (21) people participated from the following countries: Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, and Germany. The figure below illustrates how the participants evaluated the workshop afterwards.

March 2017

The venue of this course was Conference Center Lake House (Søhuset) in Hørsholm. Twenty-two (22) people participated from the following countries: Denmark, Belgium, Singapore, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, and United Kingdom. The figure below illustrates how the participants evaluated the workshop afterwards.

October 2017

The venue of this course was Conference Center Rungstedgaard in Rungsted. Eighteen (18) people had signed up from the following countries: Denmark, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, and Canada. The figure below illustrates how the participants evaluated the workshop afterwards.