Time and Venue: September 18-21, 2023 | Prague, the Czech Republic
About: The 4th FBHC (FBHC2023) has already established itself as an important international forum to present the latest research results in the field of food bioactives such as (poly)phenols, glucosinolates, carotenoids, peptides, (poly)saccharides, lipids, and other beneficial food constituents, but also of food contaminants and toxins. Researchers, practitioners and policy makers with different professional backgrounds (e.g., physiologists, nutritionists, pharmacologists, plant scientists, toxicologists) are highly welcome to create a multidisciplinary discussing forum typical for Food Bioactives & Health conferences.
Time and Venue: November 15-16, 2022 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
About: With the theme 'MICROBIOME AS THE FRONTIER FOR AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH', this co-located event with the 8th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress Asia is taking a closer look at the interaction of the microbiota found in the ground and its agricultural benefits to plants, the role it plays in the cycling of nutrients, the rapid growth of the agricultural biologicals industry, as well as the role microbiota plays in disease and stress resistance.
Time and Venue: September 13-14, 2022 | Singapore.
About: Co-hosted with Skin Research Institute of Singapore and A*STAR Skin Research Lab, this conference is to will look deeper on the latest scientific, technological and commercialisation trends and learn how they are driving forward skin microbiome research.
Over 20+ presentations addressing on host-microbe interaction, skin disease, emerging technologies, interventional and cosmetic advances, and regulatory considerations.
Time and Venue: September 7-8, 2022 | Maryland, USA
About: Since 2015, the World Anti-Microbial Resistance Congress has been the go-to conference globally for all stakeholders in the AMR space to meet, brainstorm ideas and formulate initiatives that can effectively tackle antimicrobial resistance.
Time and Venue: August 24-25, 2022 | Lisbon, Portugal.
About: 09th International conference on Food Resource and Security (ICFRS 2022) is a scientific research conference that welcomes proposals for papers and invitations for abstracts. Submissions are now open for both Oral and Poster presentations covering current research and new processes under the theme of "Climate Changes and Food Sustainability". Speakers are encouraged to submit a full paper before the conference. In addition, all the submitted full papers will be reviewed by the journal editorial board, and a few high-end papers will be published in the international GARI e-Journal having ISSN. Send your papers/abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
Time and Venue: July 6 - July 7, 2022, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS.
About: The 8th Annual Microbiome Connect: Europe 2022 is dedicated to showcasing the leading drug development and consumer product platforms applying live microbial consortia, engineered microbes, and microbial-derived metabolites for therapeutic and health applications in patients and consumers.
As the first EMA-approved microbiome-targeted therapeutics emerge on the horizon, drug developers will have the opportunity to benchmark their rational drug platforms, targeting validated pathways in gastrointestinal, neurological, metabolic disorders, as well as oncology-based indications.
Furthermore, separate tracks will be committed to developing novel, clinical-validated product formulations for nutritional, digestive wellness, oral and skin care applications.
Join us to hear from microbiome biotechs, pharma voices, investment bodies, consumer product brands, and more on how to develop robust, scalable, and reproducible formulations for microbe-derived/-targeting products entering late-stage investigations and reaching for the market.
Time and Venue: June 21-24, 2022 | Parma, Italy.
About: The 3rd International Conference on Food Bioactives & Health will be held in Parma, Italy, from June 21st to June 24th, 2022. This third conference in the series comes after the great success of the previous meetings, held in Norwich in 2016 and Lisbon in 2018. The topics addressed by FBHC2022 have been broadened to cover a wide range of aspects in food bioactives and health, including (poly)phenols, carotenoids, glucosinolates & other organosulfur compounds, fatty acids & sterols, polysaccharides, and peptides & protein. In addition, a session will be devoted to toxic compounds, an often-overlooked topic that is important from a holistic perspective in the role of food bioactives and their impact on human health. Particular attention will be paid to transversal areas such as personalized nutrition, gut microbiota, dietary intake, and nutritional policy.
Time and Venue: 7-8 December, 2021, Europe
About: Live biotherapeutic products are progressing through the clinic with purpose, but as microbiome targeting therapeutics move closer to commercialization, key regulatory, manufacturing, and supply chain challenges become apparent. At Microbiome Connect: Gut Therapeutics EU, you will find solutions to these challenges and more.
If you are trying to understand the gut microbiome on a metabolic, mechanistic level in order to develop small molecule, single strain, or consortia, come and join our expert speaking faculty of academic and industry leaders as they share the latest pre/clinical data, which could upskill your manufacturing capabilities to meet clinical and market demand.
Time and Venue: 4-5 November 2021 Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, San Diego, USA
About: 9th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: USA dedicated to exploring microbiome research and strategies for commercialisation and product development, we bring together KOLs to present a series of R&D case studies. Topics covered include gut health and disease, advances beyond the gut including cancer. A dedicated stream explores advances in understanding the role of the microbiome in women’s & infant health.
Time and Venue: 26-27 October 2021 Rotterdam, Netherlands
About: 9th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: Europe dedicated to exploring microbiome research and business strategies for commercialisation and product development, we bring together KOLs to present a series of R&D case studies. Topics covered include gut health and disease, advances beyond the gut including cancer, oral and lung microbiome. A dedicated stream explores advances in understanding the role of the microbiome in women’s & infant health.