Labroots’ Microbiology Virtual Week, 6-8 September 2022
Labroots is excited to bring together academia and industry, research experts, virologists, microbiologists, healthcare professionals, and leading biomedical scientists under one roof at their 8th Annual Microbiology Virtual Week, held from 6-8 September 2022.
Microbiology Virtual Week 2022 offers a 3-day content-rich program with invited lectures, thought-provoking discussions, and a virtual poster hall to explore global developments in interdisciplinary microbiology. Discussions will cover the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases and new discoveries that have the potential to improve human, animal, and plant health. Additional topics range from virology, pathogenesis, genomics, and epidemiology to microbial communities and biofilms, to research into improved vaccines, diagnostics, and antiviral drugs for Influenza.
NBIC Research Fellow, Dr Shaun Robertson from the University of Nottingham will be presenting his talk, ‘Polymicrobial Biofilms: The Importance of Building Better Biofilm Models for Research Translation’ at the event on Wednesday 7 September 2022. View Shaun’s abstract here.
This year’s event includes the following topics and tracks:
Day 1: 6 September 2022:
- Plant Defenses to Disease
- Bacterial Responses to Infections
- Host Immune Response to Bacterial Pathogens
- Innate Immunity
Day 2: 7 September 2022:
- Genomics of Viruses
- Immunity to Viruses
- Emerging and Re-Emerging Respiratory Viruses
- The Microbiome in Cancer Risk and Treatment
- The Microbiome in Women’s Health
- Viromes and Bacteriophages
Day 3: 8 September 2022:
- Viral Replication
- Antimicrobial Resistance and Novel Antimicrobial Strategies
- Point of Care Diagnostics – Lessons from COVID-19 Testing
- Viral Vaccines
Big Data in Infectious Disease and Host Response:
- Genomic Epidemiology and Pandemic Preparedness
- Systems Biology
- Integrative Analysis of Multi-Omics Data
Call for Posters
Virtual poster sessions offer the opportunity to present your data to a global audience via a PDF poster with optional video summary, and discuss the results with interested colleagues across the globe through email or Labroots’ virtual networking lounge. Plan now to have your poster included in the 2022 Microbiology Virtual Week. Read about how to optimise your poster for a virtual audience here and submit your abstract here.
Labroots’ virtual conference allows you to participate in a global setting with no travel or cost to you. The event will remain open for 2 years from the date of the live event, and the webinars will be available for unlimited on-demand viewing. This virtual conference also offers increased reach for the global microbiology community with a high degree of interaction through live-streaming video and chat sessions.
Visit the Labroots website to find out more and sign up.