Symbiomes: Systems Biology Of Host-Microbiome Interactions, dates and place still to be confirmedSymbiomes: Systems Biology Of Host-Microbiome Interactions, dates and place still to be confirmed

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    Chair & co-chair

    Chair: Dr. Claudio Donati, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy

    Co-chair: Prof. Duccio Cavalieri, University of Florence, Italy

    Co-chair: Dr. Marco Soriani, Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Italy

    Claudio Donati
    Duccio Cavalieri
    Marco Soriani

    Speakers & talks

    Invited speakers and talks will include:

    • Clara Belzer, Wageningen University, NL
    • Bernard Berger, Nestlé, CH
    • Debbie Bogaert, Utrecht University, NL
    • Peer Bork, EMBL, DE
    • Nadine Cerf-Bensussan, IMAGINE-INSERM, FR
    • Curtis Huttenhower, Harvard University, US
    • Trevor Lawley, Welcome Trust Sanger Institute, US
    • Julian Marchesi - Cardiff University and Imperial College, UK
    • Julia Oh - NIH/NHGRI, US
    • Sven Pettersson, Karolinska Institutet, SE
    • Lorenza Putignani, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital and Research Institute, IT
    • Rino Rappuoli, Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, IT
    • Jacques Ravel, Maryland University, US
    • Nicola Segata, Università di Trento, IT
    • Paul Schulze-Lefert, Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, DE
    • Kieran Tuohy, Fondazione Edmund Mach, IT
    • Johan E.T Van Hylckama-Vlieg, Chr.Hansen - DK

      Belzer Clara

      Lecture title: Mucobiome and host cross-talk



      Wageningen University, NL

      Berger Bernard

      Lecture title: Industrial applications of microbiome research



      Nestlé, Switzerland

      Bogaert Debby

      Lecture title: Development of a healthy respiratory microbiome during infancy.



      Utrecht University, NL

      Bork Peer

      Lecture title: The human gut microbiome: Variation, stratification and associations with disease



      EMBL, Germany

      Cerf Bensusan Nadine

      Lecture title: Segmented filamentous bacterium, a symbiont that orchestrates the maturation of the gut immune barrier

      Université Paris Descartes, France

      Huttenhover Curtis Huttenhower

      Lecture title: High-precision meta'omic profiling for gut microbial biogeography

      Harvard School of Public Health, US

      Lawley Trevor

      Lecture title: Designing bacterial medicines to treat intestinal diseases: the Clostridium difficile paradigm

      Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK

      Marchesi Julian

      Lecture title: The human microbiome in health and disease: using multi-modal omic approaches to explore the dialogue between the host and its microbiome.

      Cardiff University/Imperial College London, UK

      Oh Julia

      Lecture title: The Skin Mycobiome In Human Health And Disease

      National Institutes of Health, US

      Putignani Lorenza

      Lecture title: Integrated meta-omic profiling to unveil pediatric microbiota patterns under physiological and disease conditions

      Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital and Research Institute, Italy

      Pettersson Sven

      Lecture title: Host-microbe interactions affecting stress regulated circuits

      Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

      Rappuoli Rino

      Lecture title: TBD

      Novartis Vaccinese and Diagnostics, IT

      Ravel Jacques

      Lecture title:The multi facets of the vaginal microbiome in health and disease


      Maryland University, US

      Segata Nicola

      Lecture title: Strain level population genomics of microbial strains from shotgun metagenomics

      University of Trento, IT

      Schulze-Lefert Paul

      Lecture title: Structure, diversification and functions of the plant root microbiota

      Max Planck Institute for Plant Breading, DE

      Tuohy Kieran

      Lecture title: TBD

      Fondazione Edmund Mach, IT

      van Hylckama Vlieg Johan E.T

      Lecture title: Towards the 3rd wave of probiotic and therapeutic microbes

      Chr. Hansen AS, DK

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