Bacteriophage 2017: Early registration discount deadline approaching


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This is the FIRST live streamed only, three day professional conference discussing Bacteriophages.  We have gathered together invited speakers from around the world, who you might not otherwise have access to.

Oral presentation submission deadline – 10th October 2016

Early registration deadline – 20th November 2016

This live streamed event will discuss emerging research relating to bacteriophage structure and mechanism of action, and their application in medical and industrial biotechnologies.

Who Should Attend:  This event is aimed at those interested in the biology of bacteriophages and their applications in biotechnology, including research scientists, academics and pharmaceutical professionals.

Invited speakers and talks Include

Talk Title Speaker AffiliationCountry
Prophage control of the host phenotypeDr Heather E. AllisonUniversity of LiverpoolUK
Detection of phage Streptococcus pneumoniae by immunoassays targeting the major capsid proteinDr. Francesco SantoroUniversity of SienaItaly
Comparative genomics and proteomics of paenibacillus larvae bacteriophagesAssistant Professor Philippos TsourkasUniversity of Nevada, Las VegasUnited States
The effect of phage on modifying the genome of Clostridium difficileProf Peter MullanyUCL Eastman Dental InstituteUnited Kingdom
Interaction of bacteriophages with sessile bacteriaProf. Joana AzeredoUniversidade do MinhoPortugal
A novel role for Phage P2 scaffolding protein: triggering portal ring oligomerization and incorporation during procapsid assemblyDr. Tina MotwaniUniversity of ConnecticutUnited States
Phage Sf6 ejection mechanismsProfessor Kristin N. ParentMichigan State UniversityUnited States
Phage-host interactions at single-cell resolutionProfessor Abram AertsenKU LeuvenBelgium
Crystal structures of bacteriophage fibre proteinsDr Mark J van RaaijCentro Nacional de Biotecnologia (CNB-CSIC)Spain
Application of bacteriophages in commercial broiler houses- results and population dynamics in field trialsDr. Sophie KittlerUniversity of Veterinary Medicine HannoverGermany
Exploiting Bacteriophage for rapid detection of MycobacteriaDr Catherine E.D. ReesUniversity of NottinghamUnited Kingdom
Bacteriophage translocation across epithelial cells provides a mechanism for phage to penetrate the bodyDr Jeremy J BarrVictoriaAustralia
The bacteriophage carrier state of Campylobacter.Professor Ian ConnertonSchool of Biosciences,Sutton Bonington CampusUnited Kingdom
Ecology, Applied and Otherwise, of Phage-Biofilm InteractionsDr Stephen T. AbedonThe Ohio State UniversityUnited States
The transcriptional battle between phage and host in the Pseudomonas phage infected cellDr. Bob G BlasdelKU LeuvenBelgium
Bacteriophage; the future cure to treat antibiotic resistant bacteria in EgyptProfessor Ayman El-ShibinyZewail City of Science and TechnologyEgypt
Computational biology and tools for uncovering hidden information from the viral dark matter.Profesor Alejandro Reyes MunozUniversidad de los AndesColombia
The phage T4 DNA and protein packaging machine old, new, widely true, useful tooProfessor Lindsay W. BlackUniversity of Maryland School of MedicineUnited States
Coat to Protect or Print to Detect: Phage-based Smart paper to Enhance Food SafetyDr Hany AnanyUniversity of GuelphCanada
Genomics approaches for analysing therapeutic bacteriophagesHenrike ZschachTechnical University of DenmarkDenmark
Lambda Display Phage as a Mucosal Vaccine Delivery Vehicle for Peptide AntigensProfessor Sidney Hayes and Dr Philip GriebelUniversity of SaskatchewanCanada
Essential head genes in the giant Salmonella phage SPN3USProfessor Julie ThomasRochester Institute of TechnologyUnited States
Phages and CRISPR-Cas in the classroomProfessor Sylvain MoineauUniversity Lavel
Antimicrobial tolerance encoded by temperate bacteriophagesDr Darren L. SmithNorthumbria UniversityUnited Kingdom
A Secondary Translation Product Regulates the Activity of the CTP1L EndolysinDr. Rob MeijersEMBL HamburgGermany


Oral presentation submission deadline – 10th October 2016

Early registration deadline – 20th November 2016

Poster presentation submission deadline – 3rd January 2017

Register Now For This Euroscicon Event

Registration Fees

The event will be recorded and available for all registered delegates up to a month after the event.  So if you can’t manage all the days, or the different time zones, you can still have access to the full event.

A Euroscicon live streamed event gives you access to a wider range of international speakers at a fraction of the cost of a real world event.  Furthermore, you no longer have to worry about travel or accommodation expenses,  or any arrangements you have which clash with our events.

Agend   Speakers   Abstract book

Bacteriophage 2017 has an open abstract session:

Abstracts can be submitted on any subject related to Bacteriophages

Abstract Submission

Poster Submission

Advisory Board Members

Professor Stephane EvoyUniversity of AlbertaCanada
Dr Jasna RakonjacMassey UniversityNew Zealand
Professor George SalmondUniversity of CambridgeUnited Kingdom
Dr Johannes WittmannLeibniz-Institut DSMZ-Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbHGermany
Professor Andrei AlexandrescuUniversity of ConnecticutUnited States
Professor Grzegorz WegrzynUniversity of Gda???skPoland
Dr Gilbert VerbekenQueen Astrid Military Hospital, Burn Wound Centre Belgium
Dr Hanna OksanenUniversity of HelsinkiFinland
Dr Modesto Redrejo Rodr???guezCentro de Biolog???a Molecular "Severo Ochoa" (CSIC-UAM)Spain
Dr Lotta-Riina SundbergUniversity of JyvaskylaFinland
Dr Yves BriersGhent University ? Campus SchoonmeersenBelgium
Dr Magdalena PlotkaUniversity of Gda???skPoland
Dr. Laurent BretaudeauLB4Biotech ConsultingFrance
Dr Rinat Arbel GorenWeizmann Institute of ScienceIsrael
Dr Annika GillisLaboratory of Food and Environmental MicrobiologyBelgium
Dr Elizabeth Martin KutterLab I, The Evergreen State CollegeUnited States
Dr Marie-Agn???s PetitInstitut National de la Recherche AgronomiqueFrance
Dr. Mireille AnsaldiAix Marseille Universit???France
Dr Darren SmithNorthumbria UniversityUnited Kingdom

This is an International Life Science Community Internet event and has CPD accreditation

Delegate List

Delegate lists are only available to participants who have registered for an event and with a zero balance.

Click here for instructions on downloading the delegate list

FAQ about our Live Streamed Event

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Why attend a Live Streamed Event

As Euroscicon are the first to run virtual Life Science conferences we thought you might be unfamiliar with the benefits of attending.  

Please view these meetings as you would a usual conference,  but with the following advantages

  • Less travel time means more time for you at work and at home`
  • Access the whole event from the com­fort of your own home or office
  • Reg­is­tra­tion Fees are much less than a “bricks and mor­tar” event
  • No expen­di­ture on hotels and sundries
  • Con­nect with a larger and more global audi­ence, many of whom may have not attended due to cost and travel constraints
  • Catch up on missed talks in the evening or your free time
  • No flight delays, pass­port con­trol or secu­rity checks
  • Jug­gle work demands with con­fer­ence attendance
  • Dip in and out of talks with­out being noticed
  • No pack­ing and unpack­ing and won­der­ing whether your lug­gage will make it through to the other side
  • Access all con­fer­ence mate­ri­als and audio online for 1 month after the event
  • Eas­ily locate con­fer­ence atten­dees and arrange a con­fer­ence call, rather than search­ing hotel lob­bies for your clients
  • Save hun­dreds of thou­sands of gal­lons of air fuel because of the aggre­gate efforts of attendees

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