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Innovation in the Microbiome

Wednesday, February 21st 2018

Add to calendar 2018-02-21 18:00:00 2018-02-21 21:30:00 Innovation in the Microbiome

From its use in fermentation to make beer and bread, to its role in infectious diseases and the creation of antibiotics, microbiology has captivated interest for millennia. But only in the last decade has genomics rapidly transformed our whole understanding of microbiology. Are microbes more important to our health and living ecosystems than we thought? What could be done to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and antibiotic resistance?

Join Innovation Forum for an engaging discussion about this exciting area of research from the brightest and best leaders and pioneers in start-ups, industry and academia. This event will also provide an opportunity to connect with multidisciplinary researchers, industry, start-ups, investors and policymakers.

REGISTRATION ENDS AT 11AM WEDNESDAY 21ST. NO GUARANTEE OF ENTRY WITHOUT REGISTERING

Registration - 6:00-6:30pm

Introduction from Innovation Forum - 6:30-6:35pm

Opening Keynote - 6:35-6:45pm

Dr Penny Wilson - Senior Specialist in AMR, Vaccines and Global Health at Innovate UK

Advances in the Microbiome - 6:45-7:45pm

Prof Tim Spector - Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, Director of TwinsUK at King's College London & Author

Dr Catherine O'Neill - CEO of SkinBioTherapeutics

Dr David Moyes - Lecturer in Host-Microbiome Interactions, King's College London

Dr Judith Fernandez-Piquer - Scientist at the Safety & Environmental Assurance Centre, Unilever

Start-up Showcase - 7:45-8:00pm

BioMe Oxford Ltd. (Winner of the IMAGINE IF! Accelerator)

MicroInventa

Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A - 8:00-8:30pm

Drinks Reception - 8:30-9:30pm

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18:00 – 21:30 (GMT)

Franklin-Wilkins Building, Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NH

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From its use in fermentation to make beer and bread, to its role in infectious diseases and the creation of antibiotics, microbiology has captivated interest for millennia. But only in the last decade has genomics rapidly transformed our whole understanding of microbiology. Are microbes more important to our health and living ecosystems than we thought? What could be done to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and antibiotic resistance?

Join Innovation Forum for an engaging discussion about this exciting area of research from the brightest and best leaders and pioneers in start-ups, industry and academia. This event will also provide an opportunity to connect with multidisciplinary researchers, industry, start-ups, investors and policymakers.

REGISTRATION ENDS AT 11AM WEDNESDAY 21ST. NO GUARANTEE OF ENTRY WITHOUT REGISTERING

Registration - 6:00-6:30pm

Introduction from Innovation Forum - 6:30-6:35pm

Opening Keynote - 6:35-6:45pm

Dr Penny Wilson - Senior Specialist in AMR, Vaccines and Global Health at Innovate UK

Advances in the Microbiome - 6:45-7:45pm

Prof Tim Spector - Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, Director of TwinsUK at King's College London & Author

Dr Catherine O'Neill - CEO of SkinBioTherapeutics

Dr David Moyes - Lecturer in Host-Microbiome Interactions, King's College London

Dr Judith Fernandez-Piquer - Scientist at the Safety & Environmental Assurance Centre, Unilever

Start-up Showcase - 7:45-8:00pm

BioMe Oxford Ltd. (Winner of the IMAGINE IF! Accelerator)

MicroInventa

Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A - 8:00-8:30pm

Drinks Reception - 8:30-9:30pm

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