3rd Annual European Microbiome Congress 2017
The Annual European Microbiome Congress by Kisaco Research has become a trusted learning and networking platform and a true business community for microbiologists, clinicians regulatory and industry executives who require insight into the latest in microbiome research, clinical trials and collaborative partnerships. With a focus on over 5 microbiome niches such a gut, lung, oral and skin, we are proud to work with experts including Rob Knight, UCSD; Maria Dominguez-Bello and Martin Blaser, NYU School of Medicine; Trevor Lawley, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and other speakers from EMBL, INRA and Chr Hansen A/S. Join us for 2 days of intense learning, mind-sharing and networking opportunities designed to encourage meaningful connections. We’ll also host poster sessions for PhD students to provide opportunities for all scientists to learn about state-of-the-art research methods and clinical protocols for conducting microbiome work.
- Event Type:
- Oct. 28, 2017
- London , UK
Why Attend the Microbiome Congress?
Last year, over 125+ attendees joined us at the European Congress for the Human Microbiome in London to hear about the cutting-edge research currently being conducted by microbiologists, clinicians regulatory and industry executives – all of which are being set to translate into the clinic in the next few years for real patient impact.
Join Us for this Enlightening and Career-Impacting Networking and Educational:
- Meet and learn from industry leaders at the forefront of the microbiome field who have a number of therapeutics in clinical development and have received substantial investment.
- Consider the practical aspects of promoting effective partnerships and discuss what potential investors and collaborators are looking for, how to effectively communicate with them and ultimately turn academic IP into commercially viable start-ups.
- There will be a focus unpublished data, new technological advances and translational case studies to highlight not only the successes and potential applications of microbiome research, but also the challenges surrounding its development, translation and clinical implementation.
- Network with top academics and clinicians in the field, industry leader looking to capitalise on microbiome research, ground breaking solution providers and funding and regulatory bodies.