International Conference on

Clinical & Medical Microbiology

Rome, Italy   August 13-14, 2018

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Clinical Microbiology is the subject in which any microbes can cause infection in humans. As we know, new microorganisms are being discovered all the time and they are developing more and more resistance to antibiotics, hence microbiologist aims at the application of different microbes for the betterment of human health.

  • Track 1-1: Sensitive Skin
  • Track 1-2: Hybridoma Technology
  • Track 1-3: Robotics Surgery
  • Track 1-4: Medical Imaging
  • Track 1-5: Thermography
  • Track 1-6: Iris Scanning

Infection control is discipline narrated to preventing the nosocomial or healthcare-accompanying infection, a practical sub-education of epidemiology. It is weighty, though often under acknowledge and under back part of the infrastructure of vigor concern. Infection control and hospital epidemiology are related to public sanity commit, experienced within the boundaries of a specific health-care delivery system rather than addressed at the entire partnership. Infection control and Hospital epidemiology are told to the common public health practice. These are willingly accessible to infections. Infection control involves elements relevant to the spreading of infections; either within the hospitals or side support centers, as well as difficulty via deed hygienic, clean or disinfection or sanitization, vaccines or surveillance and examine of infections in a health-care authority. Sterilization kills all microorganisms.

  • Track 2-1: Infection Control in healthcare facilities
  • Track 2-2: Outbreak investigation
  • Track 2-3: Sterilization & Disinfection
  • Track 2-4: Surveillance for infections
  • Track 2-5: Personal protective equipment’s

Microbial Pathogenesis is the discipline of the molecular mechanisms used by microbes to cause illness in humans and animals. Bacterial, fungal, protozoan and viral pathogens have advanced and wide variety of weapons to establish themselves in the host and gain nutrients, which also causes damage and disease. Often, a probable etiology is known as medicine clarificationsbefore a pathological link may be drawn between the causes. The pathological perspective is also directly combined into associate degree drugs approach within the knowledge based field of molecular pathological medicine. Molecular pathological drugs will simplify to determine pathologic process and relation by linking a possible etiologic issue to molecular pathologic signs of an illness. Thus, the molecular pathological epidemiology paradigm will establish in the realm of causative reasoning.

  • Track 3-1: Pathology of infections
  • Track 3-2: Molecular pathology
  • Track 3-3: Clinical Pathology
  • Track 3-4: Veterinary Pathology
  • Track 3-5: Advancements in diagnostic pathology
  • Track 3-6: Vector borne transmission

Medical microbiology is the study of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseasesMedical microbiology includes numerous applications of microbes for the improvement of health and hindrance of epidemics or natural event of diseases and illness. Four major types of microorganisms inflicting infectious disease are bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses and also including an infectious protein called Prion. Elaborated identification techniques typically used in laboratories are microbial culture, microscope, biochemical tests and polymerase chain reaction.

  • Track 4-1: Infectious diseases
  • Track 4-2: Microbial diagnosis
  • Track 4-3: Treatment and prevention
  • Track 4-4: Molecular Applications

Bacterial infections are infections and diseases caused by bacteria of all kinds, and that despite the fact that the bacteria are not harmful in most cases where the useful ones that help digestion and manufactured foods, among others. But it could become harmful urges the influence of circumstances and what caused the emergence of diseases and infections, and there are examples of bacteria that cause infections, including Streptococcus, Staphylococcus aureus, and Escherichia coli. Since the usual treatment is with antibiotics prescribed by a doctor depending on the bacteria causing the infection failed.

  • Track 5-1: Bacterial Pathogenesis
  • Track 5-2: Plant bacteriology
  • Track 5-3: Veterinary bacteriology
  • Track 5-4: Bacterial identification
  • Track 5-5: Bacterial diagnosis

Parasites are living things that use other living things like our body for food and a place to live. We can get them from contaminated food or water, a bug bite, or sexual contact. Some parasitic diseases can be easily treated, and some are not.

Parasites are small and tiny one-celled organisms called protozoa to worms that can be seen with the naked eye. Some parasitic diseases occur in the United States. Contaminated or dirty water supplies can lead to Giardia infections. Cats can transmit toxoplasmosis, which is dangerous for pregnant women. Others, like malaria, are common in other parts of the world.

  • Track 6-1: Medical Parasitology
  • Track 6-2: Veterinary Parasitology
  • Track 6-3: Blood Parasites
  • Track 6-4: Malaria Research
  • Track 6-5: Parasitic Disease Control

Microbial biochemistry covers the principles and importance of microbes, their growth and the effects on our surroundings at large and on human health specifically. Microbial biochemistry allowed the formulation of concepts that turned out to be significant in the study of higher organisms. The outline of various layers that enclose the bacterial protoplasm and their role in getting nutrients from the surface media through totally different permeability mechanism are represented. Fundamentals of the mechanisms are how cells get the energy necessary for their growth, mechanisms like, glycolysis, the pentose phosphate pathway, etc.

  • Track 7-1: Chemical Biology
  • Track 7-2: Chemical Microbiology
  • Track 7-3: Microbial metabolism
  • Track 7-4: Microbial Genetics
  • Track 7-5: Microbial Assay

disease is an abnormal condition, a disorder of a structure or function that affects part or the organism entirely. The study of disease is called pathology which includes the study of cause of the disease. Disease is often construed as a medical condition associated with specific symptoms and signs. Detection of a specific agent for an infection or a health problem is done in clinical presentation. Diagnostic biological science laboratory plays a vital role in diagnosing with uninflected of microbiological culture being the primitive approach for isolation of the conducive organism within the laboratory. It may be caused by external factors such as pathogens, or it may be caused by internal dysfunctions particularly of the immune system such as an immunodeficiency, or a hypersensitivity including allergies and autoimmunity.

  • Track 8-1: Microbial identification
  • Track 8-2: PCR applications
  • Track 8-3: Serological diagnosis
  • Track 8-4: Advanced methods

A nosocomial infection is an infection or toxin that exists in a certain place, such as a hospital. People now use nosocomial infections interchangeably with the terms health-care associated infections (HAIs) and hospital-acquired infections. For a health care associated infection or HAIs, the infection must not be existing before someone has been under medical care; it is unfolded within the hospital setting, home setting, rehabilitation facility, clinical setting, or alternative clinical settings. Bacteria, fungus, and viruses can cause HAIs. Bacteria alone cause about 90 percent of these cases. Many people have compromised immune systems during their hospital stay, so they’re furthermore prone to likely contact in infection. They spread mainly through person-to-person contact. This includes unclean hands, and medical instruments such as catheters, respiratory machines, and other hospital tools. HAIs cases also increase when there’s unnecessary and improper use of antibiotics. This can lead to bacteria that are unaffected to multiple antibiotics.

  • Track 9-1: Hospital-acquired pneumonia
  • Track 9-2: Urinary tract infections
  • Track 9-3: Control and treatment
  • Track 9-4: Nosocomial Infection
  • Track 9-5: Cytomegalovirus
  • Track 9-6: Herpes Virus

Clinical or medical virology is a subject of medicine (particularly clinical pathology) which consist in isolating and/or in characterizing one or several viruses responsible for some human pathologies by different direct or indirect techniques (cellular Cultures, serology’s, biochemistry, molecular biology). It also consists in proving the absence of resistance of viruses in treatment antiviral by viral genome sequencing to adapt antiviral therapeutics at best.

  • Track 10-1: Newer viral vaccines
  • Track 10-2: Transfusion associated virus
  • Track 10-3: Oncogenic viruses
  • Track 10-4: Recent advances in chicken pox
  • Track 10-5: Newer viral vaccines
  • Track 10-6: Congenital viral infection
  • Track 10-7: Nipha and Hanta virus
  • Track 10-8: Evolution of viruse
  • Track 10-9: West Nile fever
  • Track 10-10: Borna virus
  • Track 10-11: Human Calcivirus
  • Track 10-12: New hepatitis virus
  • Track 10-13: Smallpox vaccine
  • Track 10-14: Exotic viral infection

Clinical immunology is the study of diseases caused by disorders of the immune system (failure, aberrant action, and malignant growth of the cellular elements of the system). It also involves diseases of other systems, where immune reactions play a part in the pathology and clinical features. The diseases caused by disorders of the immune system fall into two broad categories:

Immunodeficiency, in which parts of the immune system fail to provide an adequate response (examples include chronic granulomatous disease and primary immune diseases);

Autoimmunity, in which the immune system attacks its own host's body (examples include systemic lupus erythematous, rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto's disease and myasthenia gravis).

  • Track 11-1: Conjugate vaccines
  • Track 11-2: Immunological tolerance
  • Track 11-3: Mucosal immunity Immunomodulation
  • Track 11-4: Intracellular cytokines
  • Track 11-5: Combination vaccine
  • Track 11-6: Super antigens
  • Track 11-7: CD4 cells
  • Track 11-8: Immunity to parasitic infection
  • Track 11-9: B-cell development
  • Track 11-10: Cytokines
  • Track 11-11: T-cell development

Cellular Microbiology is a branch of microbiology that connect cell biology and microbiology. Cellular Microbiology uses pathogenic microbes as a tool for cell biology research.  Toxins and virulence factors from microbes have been used for decades to influence processes in eukaryotic cells and to study them. Recently Cellular Microbiology has been expanded to incorporate investigation of the cell biology of microbes themselves. "The field of cellular microbiology is a coalescence of two fields: molecular microbiology and cell biology.

  • Track 12-1: Microbiology
  • Track 12-2: Pathogenic Microbe
  • Track 12-3: Polymerization

Molecular Microbiology trade with the 3-major discipline in microbiology; it is a span between Molecular biologyMicrobial Physiology and Genetics. It deals with the inter-dependent microbial & molecular interactions, for occasion, signaling in bacteria and Gene therapeutics in Viruses; which are both idiopathic in treating hereditary diseases with the assistance of viral vectors.
Microbial genetics is concerned with the transmission of ancestral nature in microorganisms. It plays a one specific role in development of the fields of molecular and cell biology. Conjugation, transformation, and transduction are the important methods for map the genes on bacterial chromosomes.

  • Track 13-1: Human genome-micro biome Interaction
  • Track 13-2: Determining DNA sequences
  • Track 13-3: Functional and structural genomics
  • Track 13-4: Epigenomics and metagenomics
  • Track 13-5: Epigenomics and metagenomics
  • Track 13-6: Impact of microbial genomics on food safety
  • Track 13-7: Microbial pathogenomics
  • Track 13-8: Applications of microbial genomics

Mycology is the study of fungi includes its genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy; they are used as a source for tinder, medicine, wine and cheese. Fungi produce toxins, antibiotics and other secondary metabolites. It includes the study of fungi, including their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy and their use to humans as a source for tinder, medicine, wine, cheese and entheogens, as well as their dangers, such as poisoning or infection. It is the study of fungi, including their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy and their use to humans as a source for tinder, medicine, wine, cheese and entheogens, as well as their dangers, such as poisoning or infection.

  • Track 14-1: Fungal diversity
  • Track 14-2: Industrial mycology
  • Track 14-3: Candidiasis
  • Track 14-4: Zygomycosis
  • Track 14-5: Mycotoxins
  • Track 14-6: Applied mycology and biotechnology
  • Track 14-7: Medical mycology
  • Track 14-8: Mushrooms

  • Track 15-1: Bacterial and viral Infectious Diseases
  • Track 15-2: Fungal and parasitic Infectious Diseases
  • Track 15-3: Food-borne, air-borne and water-borne infectious diseases
  • Track 15-4: Sexually transmitted diseases

  • Track 16-1: Allergic disease
  • Track 16-2: General health
  • Track 16-3: Immunology
  • Track 16-4: Alternative medicine

  • Track 17-1: MAO of different groups of antibiotics
  • Track 17-2: Uses of antimicrobial agents
  • Track 17-3: Combinatorial therapy
  • Track 17-4: Efficacy of antibiotics