The 4th edition of the MarketsandMarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics conference will be held in San Diego, USA on Thursday 16th June and Friday 17th June 2022.
What is the 4th Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics conference and Why attend?
The ecology of the human microbiome is known to be associated with both phenotype and environment. With the increasing focus on the development of human microbiome therapies and probiotics products and drug development, various small innovative players are operating in the market. There are, however, inadequate research and regulatory policies in the human microbiome and some factors which restrain the progress. This year’s conference gives an opportunity to learn about microbial innovation and the application of new microbiome findings along with the regulatory pathways for better therapeutic development. You will also have the chance to witness discussions on the microbiome and probiotics and the link between them.
The 4th edition of the Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics conference is an opportunity that brings together experts from a diversity of fields such as biotech, pharma, academicians, and investors, who will be discussing the most ingenious research together with technological advances. There will also be discussions on the applications of new microbiome findings, regulatory updates, branding and marketing of probiotics, as well as discussions on the effective translation from research and development to commercialization.
Who should attend the 4th Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics conference?
Medical Directors, Principal Investigators, Methodologists, and other clinical research professionals from pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, and therapeutics-based organizations from the departments: Microbiome discovery, Department of Biochemistry and Immunology, Microbiome Science, Microbiology, Biological Science, Gut Biology, Human microbiome, Drug discovery, Therapeutics, and Immunotherapy.
Directors, Heads, Professors/Assistant Professors/Associate Professor, Research Scholars, Scientists from the departments: Microbiology, Microbiome Therapeutics, Microbiome, Gastroenterology, Immunology, Bioinformatics, Obstetrics, Neonatology, Functional foods, Pediatrics, Nutritionists/dieticians, Gut inflammation, Mucosal immunity, Immunopharmacology Group, Gut dysbiosis, Skin conditions, Bacteria and eczema, Gut and bacteria, Infant and gut, Pediatric and gut, and Gut-brain axis.
Agenda for 4th Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics conference 2022
Thursday 16th June 2022
Julius Goepp Founder & CEO at Scaled Microbiomics – Taxonomy-Agnostic Approach to Targeted Microbiome Therapeutics
Seth D. Crosby Director & Research collaborations at Washington University School of Medicine – Species-level 16S Microbiome by Simultaneous, Weighted Analysis of Hypervariable Domains 1-8
One-to-One Networking Meetings – What is the state of the art in microbiome?
Panel Discussion – Updates in microbiome research and findings- Perspective from skin, gut, and woman’s health expert
Panel Discussion – What are the regulatory pathways in microbiome?
One-to-One Networking Meetings – Branding of consumer product in the microbiome skin space
One-to-One Networking Meetings – Understanding all aspects contributing to the skin health – The human skin, the microbiome and the environment as a system
Maya Ivanjesku Chief Scientific Officer at Dakota Biotech – Therapeutic advances in creating Next Generation skincare products using Live Probiotic Technology
Arun K. Bhunia Professor of Food Microbiology, Chair of Interdepartmental Food Science Graduate Program in the Department of Food Science at Purdue Institute of Inflammation, Immunology and Infectious Disease – Host cell-receptor targeted bioengineered probiotics against enteric infection and IBD
Panel Discussion – GAP funding: The biggest funding hurdle
Friday 17th June 2022
Momchilo Vuyisich Chief Science Officer at Viome – Multi-omic Systems Biology approach to improved diagnostics and therapeutics in chronic diseases, cancers, and aging
One-to-One Networking Meetings – Pediatric and infant health- How to prevent a child from eczema soon after the birth
Panel Discussion – Has microbiome brought some convergences between cells and nutrition?
Panel Discussion – Hurdles to market translation: Effectively distilling down the complexities of product uses to the average consumers and veterans
One-to-One Networking Meetings – Next-Generation Probiotics: Modulating Gut Microbiota for Health & Wellness
One-to-One Networking Meetings – Technology transfer- Moving the research out of the university into a business
One-to-One Networking Meetings – Research to Market: Educating consumer correctly on probiotics and its importance
Panel Discussion – Major difference between Pre, Pro and Post Biotics
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