Anaerobe : The Microbiota And Beyond

  • Event Date
    15 Jul, 2021 - 16 Jul, 2021
  • Event Time
    1:00 pm - 6:55 pm
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The Microbiology Society is pleased to present Anaerobe 2021 in association with the Society for Anaerobic Microbiology. Anaerobic bacteria are predominant members of the normal human microbiota and well recognised as lethal pathogens. Aspects of their virulence, antimicrobial resistance and interactions with the human host will be highlighted during the Anaerobe 2021 Focused Meeting. Infectious diseases relating to Gram negative anaerobes including the Bacteroidetes, such as Bacteroides, Prevotella and Porphyromonas, will be discussed, as well as their role as drivers of diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s. The meeting will also include important clostridial infection and treatment updates.

Anaerobe 2021 will provide clinical microbiologists, infectious disease researchers and specialists with insights into the current and future impact of anaerobic bacteria in human health and disease. Researchers studying oral, gastrointestinal tract and female genital system microbiomes will gain key scientific insights into these important members of the microbiota and colonisers of humans.

Offered papers relating to aspects of anaerobic bacteria in human health and disease will be considered for presentation within the symposium.

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1. Publishing 2. Education 3. Policy 4. Conferences 5. Microbiology
The Microbiology Society is a membership organisation for scientists who work in all areas of microbiology. It is the largest learned microbiological society in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools. The Society publishes key academic journals, organises international scientific conferences and provides an international forum for communication among microbiologists and supports their professional development. The Society promotes the understanding of microbiology to a diverse range of stakeholders, including policy-makers, students, teachers, journalists and the wider public, through a comprehensive framework of communication activities and resources.