Webinar on

Microbiology

Dubai, UAE   September 16, 2020

Microbiology Webinar

Theme: Advances in Study of Microbiology

We are overwhelmed to welcome you to participate in “Microbiology Webinar” to be held on November 21, 2020 in Dubai, UAE.(GMT+4). We take an extraordinary joy welcoming in, specialists, staff, senior members, doctors, medicinal services experts for taking an interest in the "Microbiology 2020" forthcoming for sharing thoughts, investigate the problems and build their answers through the workshops, oral and publication introductions.
As the microbiology virtual event revolves around the theme “Advances in Study of Microbiology", our aim is to promote awareness regarding the havoc caused by the growth and evolution of microbes as well as the benefits we get from these microscopic organisms. We are inviting brilliant minds to unveil their latest ideas at Microbiology Online Event.
WHY TO ATTEND ?
Microbiology Webinar host presentations from experts across the world in the field of microbiology and anticipates the participants around the globe online with thought provoking Keynote and special sessions. The attending delegates comprise Editorial Board Members of associated global journals.

TRACK 1: Bacteriology
It is the study of bacteria that deals with its morphology, biochemistry, genetics and mechanism of action. It also includes identification and classification of bacterial species based on their specific properties. The study of their structure and mechanisms is necessary to understand the cause of various chronic infectious diseases and carry out methods to prevent and cure of these infections.
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TRACK 2: Viruses, Viroid’s and Prions
Viruses, being the most peculiar infectious agent, are living inside the host and incapable of replicating outside the host. They are surviving since millions of years with a simple structure having nucleic acid wrapped by a protein coat. There are microorganisms like viroid’s that exist without a protective covering and then there are prions which are infectious proteins responsible for neurodegenerative diseases.
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TRACK 3: Evolutionary Microbiology and Antibiotic Resistance
Evolutionary microbiology deals with the alterations in genetic material of microorganisms according to the changes in their environment or because of selection pressure. This plays a very important role in development of resistance mechanisms in bacteria against antibiotics. The study of microbial evolution is required for manufacturing of target-associated drugs and antibiotics to control bacterial infections.
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TRACK 4: Microbial Genetics
It involves the study of genetic material of microorganisms which plays a pivotal role in their growth, replication and infection. Transfer of genetic material from one microorganism to another cause development of highly resistant infectious agents.
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TRACK 5: Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology
Infectious diseases are caused by microscopic microorganisms that can be transmitted from one person to another. This causes havoc in the environment leading to increase in mortality rate. Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states, and the application of this study for the control of diseases and other health problems.
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TRACK 6: Antimicrobial Peptides and Antibiotics
Antimicrobial peptides are short stretch of amino acids, involved in innate immune response of all classes of life. Their antimicrobial property can be utilized in production of advanced antibiotics. Researchers have gained their interest in these short peptides for the development of potent drugs.
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TRACK 7: Host-Pathogen Interaction
Interaction between host and pathogen involves how the pathogen survives, grows and cause infection inside the host. There are multiple mechanisms followed by different pathogens that lead to development of symptoms of a disease.
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TRACK 8: Microbial Pathogenesis
It involves the mechanisms by which microorganisms cause infection in the host. It also describes the origin and development of a disease and if it is acute, chronic or recurrent. These are steps of pathogenesis that include infection, inflammation, and malignancy and tissue breakdown. The knowledge gained by research in pathogenesis can be beneficial for the manufacture of highly effective drugs and potent medicine.
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TRACK 9: Vaccines and Immunity
Our immune system consists of specific cells like B and T cells and macrophages that protect us from advancement of a disease during primary infection. After secondary infection, it prevents the development of symptoms in our body. Vaccines are made on the basis of this concept of immunity, as these are dead or weak forms of microorganisms injected into our body to immunize against a particular infection.
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TRACK 10: Microbial Biochemistry
It covers the importance of microbes, their growth and effects on the environment and on the health of human beings particularly. The study of microbial biochemistry and their concepts can be crucial for the understanding of the processes involved in higher organisms. The basic cellular structure and mechanisms involved like absorption and passage of nutrients across the plasma membrane, are considered as a model for the detailed study of complex organisms. The important processes like glycolysis, the pentose phosphate pathway, etc., are observed in lower organisms to get the idea of the complex working in higher organisms.
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TRACK 11: Medical Microbiology
It is the study of microbes that cause diseases in human beings. It also involves the management and control of the illnesses caused by microorganisms. It is necessary to understand microbial physiology which is a part of medical microbiology as it includes study of the growth, metabolism and structure of pathogens.
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TRACK 12: Pharmaceutical Microbiology
The study of microbiological concepts, processes and techniques combined with pharmaceutical operations, is known as pharmaceutical microbiology. Microorganisms can be utilized in the production of antibiotics, enzymes, vitamins, vaccines, and other pharmaceutical products. Some microbes also cause degradation, contamination and deterioration of pharmaceutical raw materials. The knowledge of microorganisms found in pharmaceutical products is necessary for the production of drugs.
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The global clinical microbiology market size is expected to reach USD 16.7 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. It is projected to expand at a CAGR of 6.7% over the forecast period. Clinical microbiology depends on technical and skilled workforce to process and interpret results of clinical specimens. Clinical staff has been complaining about poor Turnaround Time (TAT) of tests. However, with technological advancements, a number of laboratory instruments and equipment are being replaced with automated devices to minimize human error and dependency on skilled workforce. In addition, automation has benefits such as reduced TAT and use of labor and lab space, thereby reducing overall cost associated with these tests. Manufacturers are focusing on introduction of automatic specimen processing, plate reading, and organism identification. GE Healthcare, PerkinElmer, and Thermo Fisher are some of the key players offering automated systems in the diagnostics industry. Rising cases of hospital-acquired infections (HAI) is also fueling demand for clinical microbiology for diagnosis and monitoring. As high-income countries are stepping up their pursuit of countering hospital-acquired infections, middle- and low-income countries are recognizing the threat. Introduction of automated systems and innovative designs is expected to intensify market competition and change market dynamics over the forecast period.
North America is relied upon to overwhelm the clinical microbiology showcase in 2018. Topographically, the market is fragmented into North America (the US and Canada), Europe (Germany, the UK, France, and the Rest of Europe), Asia Pacific (Japan, China, India, and the Rest of APAC), and the Rest of the World (Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa). North America is relied upon to represent the biggest offer of the worldwide clinical microbiology advertise in 2018 because of simple availability and high reception of cutting edge demonstrative procedures, mechanical headways in microbial testing systems, rising geriatric populace, and developing open private financing to help microbiology-based research in the area. The real players working in the microbiology testing/clinical microbiology advertise incorporate bioMérieux SA (France), Danaher Corporation (US), Becton, Dickinson and Company (US), Abbott Laboratories (US), Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (US), F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG (Switzerland), Bruker Corporation (US), Hologic, Inc. (US), QIAGEN N.V. (The Netherlands), Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (US), Agilent Technologies, Inc. (US), Merck KGaA (Germany), Shimadzu Corporation (Japan), 3M Company (US), and Neogen Corporation (US), among others.
Target Audience
Microbiological testing/clinical microbiology product manufacturers
Healthcare service providers (Including hospitals and diagnostic centers)
Food and beverages manufacturing companies
Petrochemical and biofuel product manufacturing companies
Oil & gas producing and distribution companies
Pharmaceutical product manufacturing companies
Clinical testing laboratories
Clinical Research Organizations (CROs)
Gas operators, distributors, and regulators
Market research and consulting firms
Environmental monitoring committees
Environmental monitoring product manufacturing companies
Research laboratories and academic institutes
Leading  in the clinical microbiology market include
bioMerieux S.A., France
Danaher Corporation, USA
Becton, Dickinson and Company, USA
F.Hoffman-La Roche Ltd., Switzerland
Alere Inc., USA
KWR Watercycle Research Institute, Netherlands
John Innes Centre, United Kingdom
Rqmicro, Switzerland
Unisense, Denmark
Top Microbiology Institutes/Universities in Europe
University of Cambridge, England
University of Oxford, England
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
University College London, UK
Imperial College London, UK
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
King’s College London, UK
University of Manchester, England
Major Microbiology Associations around the Globe
International Union of Microbiological Societies, Singapore
Society for general Microbiology, UK
American Society for Microbiology, USA
Canadian Society of Microbiologists, Canada
British Infection Association, UK
European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Germany
Federation of European Microbiological Societies, Netherlands
Welsh Microbiology Association, UK
Clinical Virology Network, UK
Infectious Diseases Society of America, USA
Conclusion
Microbiology is a thriving field that should provide good prospects for qualified workers. Most of the applied research projects that microbiologists are involved in require the expertise of scientists in multiple fields such as geology, chemistry, and medicine. Microbiologists work in almost every industry and have many different responsibilities. Microbiologists find jobs in many places like research and development laboratories of government and private hospitals, research organizations, pharmaceutical, food, beverage and chemical industries. Universities, research institutes and industrial companies employ microbiologists to do basic, environmental, healthcare and agricultural research. Medical microbiologists also work in hospitals and Health Protection Agency laboratories. Industrial microbiologists work in a range of companies – from big pharmaceutical, biochemical, biotechnology and food businesses through to smaller firms that develop biopharmaceuticals or specialist products. Due to the advancement in the field of science and technology, the scope of research in the field of microbiology has widened. As a result, people who have studied science as the main subject opt for building their career in the field of microbiology.

  • Bacteriology
  • Viruses, Viroids and Prions
  • Evolutionary Microbiology and Antibiotic Resistance
  • Microbial Genetics
  • Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology
  • Antimicrobial Peptides and Antibiotics
  • Host-Pathogen Interaction
  • Microbial Pathogenesis
  • Vaccines and Immunity
  • Microbial Biochemistry
  • Medical Microbiology
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology

1 Renowned Speakers

Kari Nokela

Master of Science in medical physics, University of Kuopio
Finland