registration opens for gut microbiome and mucosa-associated infectious disease: mining for antimicrobials and postbiotics with therapeutic potential

04 august 2022

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we are pleased to announce that delegate registration for ‘gut microbiome and mucosa-associated infectious disease: mining for antimicrobials and postbiotics with therapeutic potential’ is now open.

register here

this focused meeting will take place 27–28 october 2022 at trinity college dublin, ireland.

the gut microbiome plays a crucial role in determining health and wellbeing, influencing the development of the immune system and its interactions with pathogenic microbes. changes in the microbiome can significantly alter health status and contribute to the development of intestinal infection, with an altered microbiome being found to confer resistance to or promote infection by pathogenic bacteria.

this meeting will provide insights into the current state of research in the field, offering opportunities for collaboration and to foster new ideas.

key topics

  • gut microbiome in health and disease
  • antimicrobial resistance in bacteria
  • new sources of antimicrobials
  • bioactives including effector organisms, probiotics and postbiotics

discounted registration rates are available for 英格兰vs美国谁会赢? members, as well as an early bird rate available until monday 12 september.

follow us on twitter to stay up to date with this meeting using the hashtag #miningmicrobiome22. we will also be sharing stories on instagram throughout the event.


image: science photo library/christoph burgstedt.