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115th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology
2015-05-30 to 2015-06-02
New Orleans, Louisiana
This year's meeting will showcase the central role of microbes in the biosphere by communicating today's cutting edge science in the diverse areas of microbiology through a wide range of interactive workshops, scientific sessions, and networking events. Learn, connect, and be inspired by the best. link

Gordon Conference on Mycotoxins & Phycotoxins 2015
2015-06-14 to 2015-06-19
Stonehill College, Easton, MA
The goal of the conference is to bring together a wide range of outstanding senior scientists, young investigators and students to address the very practical task of ensuring the safety of food and water supplies. Interactions between junior and senior scientists will to contribute to the evolution of new strategies for dealing with the complex problems presented by naturally occurring toxins. link

17th European Workshops on Bacterial Protein Toxins
2015-06-20 to 2015-06-24
Porto, Portugal
ETOX17 aims at bringing together the most renowned world scientists, young researchers and students for exchanging and discussing the latest and most exciting findings regarding all aspects of the research within the field of bacterial protein toxins. link

9th International Shiga Toxin (Verocytotoxin)- producing Escherichia Coli Infection conference in 2015
2015-09-13 to 2015-09-16
Boston, USA
In 2015, VTEC returns this important international conference to the U.S. in Boston, where STEC researchers in epidemiology, infectious diseases, veterinary and medical microbiology, animal production, immunology, pediatric nephrology and gastroenterology, physiology, microbial ecology and biochemistry will share their latest findings. Furthering previous efforts, two state-of-the-art symposia will be held, including one that explores the genomics of STEC and the role that genomics can play in public health and patient care. link

IST 2015 Oxford: 18th World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology
2015-09-25 to 2015-09-30
Oxford, UK
The main scientific theme is the exploration of the structural, pharmacological, evolutionary and clinical aspects of “natural toxins”. By analogy with the term “Proteome”, “Toxinome” has been coined to describe the complete set of toxins that can be expressed by the genetic material of animals, plants and microbes. Exciting new developments in proteomics and allied disciplines are enabling us fully to understand the nature of venoms and toxins and their biological significance. link