Research Workshop on Bacillus in Clinical and Agricultural Environments
February 29 @ 09:00 - March 1 @ 16:00
Challenges of Bacillus species: from universities to hospitals and industries.
This workshop seeks to unite researchers actively engaged in Bacillus research, as well as those entering the field with relevant expertise in associated domains. The primary objective is to facilitate the exchange of insights and ideas and foster fresh collaborations and synergistic efforts. In particular, the focus of the workshop will be on infection biology and the impact of Bacillus in the “real world” (e.g., in clinical, agricultural, and food industry settings). Finally, the workshop aims to highlight the biosecurity challenges of anthrax.
Session 1. Bacillus genetics and genomics
Session 2. Bacillus in the environment
Session 3. Real-world challenges and hazards with Bacillus
Session 4. Control, inactivation, and predictive modelling of Bacillus
NOTE: Attendance at the conference is restricted to a limited number of participants.