It’s with great pleasure that we announce the upcoming Phileo Microbiota Days June, 14–15, 2022. This virtual conference will provide an overview of the latest scientific results and future developments related to microbiota and their importance to animal health across the lifespan of different animal species.
High level keynote speeches will be given by scientists from academia, institutes and industry from Europa, USA and Brazil. Conference topics include, but are not limited to, interactions between the microbiota and the host, relationship between microbiota and performances, biomarkers, food safety, functional metagenomics, the rumen microbiome, intestinal bacteriophages and in vitro tools to study the microbiome.
Speakers include Ségolène Lebrun - GD Biotech, Laurent Debarbieux, PhD - Institut Pasteur, Prof. Richard Ducatelle- Ghent University, Dr. Lisa Williams- Hartpury University, Fanny Calenge - INRAE, MetaGenoPolis, Dr. Andres Gomes -University of Minnesota, Dr. Alex Bach-Marlex, Breno Beirao, PhD, DVM - Federal University of Paraná, Prof. SW Kim- North Carolina State University, Dr. Loc Tran - ShrimpVet Vietnam, Dr.T.G. Nagaraja - University of Kansas, Dr. Diana Luise - University of Bologna, Dr. Ruben Props – Kytos Belgium, Prof. T.R. Callaway - University of Georgia, Dr. Florian Plaza-Onate -INRAE MetaGenoPolis and Prof. Jan Suchodolski - Texas A&M University.
Followed by Lesaffre & Phileo experts, who will elaborate further on microbiota specie specific topics including ruminants, poultry, swine, aquaculture and pets.
All live presentations will be open for the complete industry. The complete agenda and registration can be found on the event website https://phileo-microbiota-days.com/
The aim of the Microbiota days is to promote the unifying concept that a balanced microbiota drives animal health and performance, says Dr. Lamya Rhayat, microbiologist at Phileo by Lesaffre and Conference chair. Participants at the Phileo Microbiota days will have two days of live presentations focused on the role of gut and rumen microbiome in animal production and the dynamic and essential role gut health plays, continues Dr. Rhayat.
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