Events

Applications for this meeting must be submitted by December 24, 2022. Please apply early, as some meetings become oversubscribed (full) before this deadline. If the meeting is oversubscribed, it will be stated here. Note: Applications for oversubscribed meetings will only be considered by the confer…

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The MiCom 2020 is a great platform to encourage discussions between young scientists and experts from all fields of research related to microbial communication. The conference traditionally consists of five chaired sessions (Chemical Ecology, Environment, Natural Products, Pathogenesis, and Systems …

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Neta Shlezinger, PhD (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) will talk about "Fungal-host interactions: A duel to the (cell) death" You are welcome!

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Prof. Dr. Frank Michael Horling (IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria) will talk about "Development strategies for therapeutic proteins: from early research to market authorization" You are welcome!

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Prof. Dr. Ilse D. Jacobsen (Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology Hans Knöll Institute (HKI), Jena) will talk about "Pathogenesis of Candidiasis: The impact of bacteria and fungal virulence factors" You are welcome!

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Prof. Antonio Di Pietro (University of Córdoba, Spain) will talk about "Dynamics of host adaptation in the fungal pathogen Fusarium oxysporum". You are welcome!

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Dr. Rebecca A. Hall, PhD (University of Birmingham, UK) will talk about "Adaptation of Candida albicans to the human host". You are welcome!

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The Systems Biology of Microbial Infection aims to understand the interaction between hosts and pathogens by the integrative combination of experiment and theory. The focus of this symposium is on the interaction between the immune systems of humans or animals and bacterial or fungal pathogens. We w…

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Iuliana Ene, PhD (Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at Brown University, Rhode Island/USA) will talk about “Genome evolution and phenotypic heterogeneity in a human fungal pathogen”. You are welcome!

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