The Barcelona Debates on the Human Microbiome is an annual conference that brings together leading researchers and experts to discuss the latest developments in microbiome research. The ninth edition of the congress, organised by IrsiCaixa, with the support of “la Caixa” Foundation, and FLS Science as Technical Secretary, will take place at CosmoCaixa in Barcelona, on Thursday 8th and Friday 9th June 2023.
The microbiome refers to the vast ecosystem of microorganisms that live within and on our bodies, playing crucial roles in our health and wellbeing. Recent advances in technology have allowed researchers to study these microbial communities in unprecedented detail, leading to a better understanding of their role in human health and disease.
The Barcelona Debates on the Human Microbiome provides a platform for experts in the field to share their latest research findings, discuss new techniques and technologies, and explore opportunities for collaboration. The 2023 congress will feature a diverse range of sessions, exploring the links between the microbiome and aging, cancer, mental health, and much more.
The congress will be divided into six sessions covering the following topics:
- Microbiome and metabolome
- Microbiome and brain interactions
- Non-bacterial communities
- Microbiome in organ transplantation
- Microbiota markers for clinics
- Inflammation mechanisms
Keynote speakers at the Barcelona Debates on the Human Microbiome 2023 include leading microbiome researchers from around the world. These speakers will share their insights and perspectives on the latest developments in microbiome research and their potential applications in healthcare.
Overall, the Barcelona Debates on the Human Microbiome 2023 promises to be a valuable and informative event for anyone interested in advancing their understanding of the microbiome and its role in human health and disease.
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