Lithuanian Microbiological Society is organizing the 5th Congress of Baltic Microbiologists (CBM2023), which will take this autumn in Vilnius, Lithuania. Everyone is kindly invited to come to the conference. I would be grateful if you could promote this event to the members of your society. For more details please visit: https://cbm2023.com/
Keep track of important dates!
Abstract submission ends: August 31st, 2023
Registration ends: September 10th, 2023
Standard - € 150 until June 15th; € 200 after.
Student - € 100 until June 15th; € 150 after.
We hope to see you there!
The Slovenian Microbiome Network Symposium 2023 awaits, offering a platform for scientific exchange and collaboration opportunities. Engage with experts from diverse fields, including medicine, agriculture, ecology, and environmental science. The main theme of the upcoming symposium is "Defining a Healthy Microbiome. Our focus will be on the latest advancements in analytical and theoretical approaches, with a keen interest in understanding the composition and function of healthy microbiomes across ecosystems.
Save the Dates: Nov 30 - Dec 1, 2023
Held in Maribor, Slovenia, this symposium promises two enriching days of microbiome exploration.
Five Scientific Sessions
- Human Microbiome: Insights into Health and Disease
- Animal Microbiome: From Gut to Habitat
- Plant Microbiome: Harnessing the Power of Plant-Microbe Interactions
- Environmental Microbiome: Linking Microbes to Ecosystem Health
- One Health and Healthy Microbiomes
Keynote and Invited Speakers
Christine Moisl Eichinger (Medical University Graz, Austria)
Gabriele Berg (Graz University of Technology, Austria)
Suncica Bosak (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Marton Papp (University of Veterinary Medicine, Hungary)
1. Abstracts for oral presentation September 1, 2023
2. Abstracts for poster presentation September 20, 2023
3. Ealry registration fee September 27, 2023
The 18th Congress of the International Union of Microbiological Societies (IUMS) will be in Florence (Italy) in October 23-25, 2024.
We will discuss the microbial genetics, molecular biology, gene regulation, proteomics and the applied aspects of microbiology, including biotechnology, clinical, medical, industrial and environmental applications.
In addition, we would like to take the opportunity of the 2024 IUMS meeting to increase the awareness of the importance of microbes for society and for the planet and discuss how we can actively work together to promote sustainable solutions that will preserve microbial diversity and maximize the global well being. Special attention will be provided to facilitate the participation of young people both from high- and low-income countries.