Bacterial morphogenesis, survival and virulence: Regulation in 4D

27.11.2016 - 01.12.2016 All day

Bacteria are the most successful organisms on the planet, they generate the vast majority of foundational tools for all biology and all the omics tools are comfortably suited to large-scale studies, yet most of the excitement and attention is focused on non-microbiological problems. Therefore, this conference additionally seeks to create a venue for a modern synthesis of bacterial cell biology, bacterial disease and antibiotic resistance, and novel technology applications in bacterial systems. The key innovation here is the explicit focus on modern approaches spanning these previously separate fields.


Attendance Grants:
ESCMID provides a number of attendance grants for ESCMID “young scientist members”. The grant covers the registration fee, but not travel or accommodation costs. Please apply HERE before 15 August 2016. Applicants will be informed about their acceptance by 31 August 2016.

Event Secretariat:

Luli Billecchi-Mestre
Dept. Microbiology & Molecular Medicine
Faculty of Medicine/CMU University of Geneva
Rue Michel Servet 1
Geneva 4, GE 1211

Phone +41 22 379 55 13