International Human Microbiome Congress
Hyatt Regency Vancouver
655 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Please Access Video Interviews from the Congress Below:
Increased global interest in the human microbiome has created an opportunity to bring together a diverse community of international researchers from the medical, microbial and computational fields to discuss the complex relationships of the microbiome with human health and disease. Attend the International Human Microbiome Congress in beautiful Vancouver to learn about cutting edge microbiome research from leaders in the field from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and North America.
Conference topics will include:
- Human microbiome in human health and disease
- Animal microbiomes
- Environmental metagenomics
- Complexity of the human microbiome
- Quantitative metagenomics
- Ethical, legal and social implications of human microbiome studies
- New technologies and computational tools for the study of the human microbiome
- Other metagenomic research areas
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