This two-day, interactive meeting, will provide the opportunity to examine the latest research into microbial communities with a focus on translation to therapeutics.
The line-up of speakers includes Adam Hacker, Elena Verdú, James Brown, Jenny Roper and Guus Roeselers, who will present across two separate tracks. Key topics such as pharmaceutical involvement, venture capital investment, and R&D, both inside and outside the gut, will be covered.
In addition, there will be a vibrant exhibition room, 10 expert-led roundtable debates, 3 interactive panel discussions and venture capital pitch and partner sessions, providing numerous opportunities to seek partnerships and funding.
To see the full list of topics and speakers, visit: www.global-engage.com/event/microbiota
The Ohio State University’s Foods for Health Discovery Theme will host its inaugural Conference on Food and Nutritional Metabolomics in conjunction with the 14th Annual Ohio Mass Spectrometry Symposium on 17–18 May, 2017.
Academic and industrial researchers will present findings, share information, and spark new collaborations in the rapidly advancing fields of metabolomics and mass spectrometry. The conference agenda includes keynote speakers (Dr. Gary Patti of Washington University in St. Louis and Dr. Robert Gerszten of Harvard University), invited speakers (including Ohio State's Dr. Rafael Bruschweiler, Dr. Devin Peterson, and Dr. Ewy Mathé), and oral and poster presentations in the following topic areas:
An evening reception and opportunities for industry-academic discussions will foster networking.
The conference will be preceded by An Introduction to Metabolomics, a compelling workshop presented by OSU experts on the basic principles and applications of metabolomics technology.
Related Special Issue in Metabolites:
The conference website can be found at:
The German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB) is an annual, international conference devoted to all areas of bioinformatics. Recent meetings attracted a multinational audience with 250 – 300 participants each year. The meeting is open to all fields of bioinformatics and is meant as a platform for the German and European bioinformatics community.
The upcoming GCB will take place from September 18-21, 2017, in Tübingen with several key note speakers including Jack Gilbert, Ruth Ley and Mihai Pop. Spearheading scientists will be presenting along with young researchers and industry representatives.
To see the full list of topics and speakers, visit: gcb2017.de