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4th annual European Microbiome Congress

Date: 13 November 2018 - 15 November 2018

Location:
ILEC Conference Centre
47 Lillie Rd
London
SW6 1UD
United Kingdom

Website: microbiomecongress.com

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 020 3696 2920

BUILDING A FUNCTIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE MICROBIOME TO TRANSFORM DRUG-DISCOVERY & HEALTH OUTCOMES

World Class Speaker faculty will provide key take-aways on how to implement their methods on the following areas:

Multi omics analysis | Elucidating mechanisms and networks | Systems biology approach

  • Maximise the potential of novel technologies such as AI & big data to uncover how to prevent & predict disease, from recognised experts such as Marcus Claesson from University College Cork.
  • Meet Eran Segal & industry leaders pioneering to go beyond sequencing to gain a more functional understanding of host-microbe interactions.
  • Forge meaningful relationships for future research collaborations & business partnering opportunities with one-on-one meetings with companies such as J&J, Vedanta, Danone, & DuPont to bridge the gap between academia & industry, and accelerate research.
  • Actively contribute to innovation in microbiome research by presenting a poster to the dedicated poster presentation to showcase your research & identify the emerging trends.
  • Learn how the microbiome is transforming the nutrition & pharmaceutical industries from companies like Merck Ventures & Danone.

NEW FOR 2018

Functional microbiome studies: beyond sequencing

  • Accelerate drug development through metabolomics & multi-omics approaches to identify novel targets

Microbial dark matter: Culturing the unculturable

  • Explore the methods and protocols being developed to cultivate unculturable or low abundance bacteria to provide a fuller understanding of microbial communities and networks

Bioinformatics 101

  • Recognise how to integrate bioinformatics into study design to maximise on research outputs

Early life microbiome

  • Determine the influence of the infant and maternal microbiomes on immune development and health outcomes

SEE THE AGENDA HERE

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