Hear over 125 case studies, new data, and industry updates from experts working across the entire spectrum of antibody development and production.
Highlighted symposium topics and presenter specialty areas include:
- Translational Research
- Super Resolution Microscopy
- Big Data Science
- RNA Sequencing
- Neuronal Cell Biology
- Cell Migration
- Nuclear Organization
- Regeneration and Morphogenesis
- Computational Biology
- Lab Leadership
- Quality Control
- Image Analysis
Microbiologists and tissue engineers discuss the development and application of 3-D tissue culture models as they pertain to infectious disease.
ECCMID, as the world’s premier Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases event, brings together experts from many fields to present their latest findings, guidelines and experiences to an audience of over 12,000 colleagues.
Experience the buzz at ASM Microbe 2019—from the science in the thousands of poster presentations and scientific sessions, to the energy in the exhibit hall. Microbial scientists from around the world converge to share and learn from one another.
This meeting on clinical microbiology, infectious diseases diagnostics and management, infection prevention and control offers a unique opportunity for clinicians, scientists, researchers, pharmacists , infection control professionals / preventionist and other healthcare professionals to meet international experts from various parts of the world.
The 2018 Beneficial Microbes Conference will provide a forum for the exchange of the latest conceptual and technological developments in the fast-moving field of beneficial host-microbe interactions. By bringing together US and international researchers across multiple disciplines (microbiology, immunology, developmental biology, neurobiology, physiology, nutrition, genomics, ecology, systems biology, evolutionary biology and clinical science), the conference will continue its 16-year tradition to examine the central role of microbes across biology.
Although food processing equipment may pass an organoleptic observation, it does not necessarily mean that bacteria have been reduced to a safe level.
The Society’s Annual Conference attracts over 1,400 attendees for the UK’s largest annual gathering of microbiologists.
This year the theme of the NZ Microbiological Society (NZMS) conference is, “Our well-being and our microbes”. The meeting will highlight the dependence of our economy on maintaining and developing healthy microbial interactions while minimising diseases of concern for humans, livestock and plants.