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MicrobiotaMi 2020

5th – 7th February 2020

Humanitas Congress Center
Milan (Italy)

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MicrobiotaMi 2018

5th – 7th November 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MILANO-BICOCCA
ITALY

2018 Program


The aim of this International meeting is to focus on the molecular mechanisms and interactions in health and disease conditions, including nutritional aspects, sensitization, gut-brain communication, aging, cancer, chronic inflammation, autoimmunity.
Motivation for the selection of this topic is that despite a huge increase in genomic, proteomic and metabolomics data that allowed to relate microbiota composition to health and disease of different organs, the molecular mechanisms by which bacteria, viruses and fungi communicate with the host organism remain largely unknown.
In this context the key role is played by the Pattern Recognition Receptors (PRRs), including Toll-like Receptors (TLRs) but also intracellular NLRs and other receptors.


YOUNG RESEARCHERS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO PRESENT THEIR WORK AS FLASH/ORAL COMMUNICATION OR POSTER PRESENTATION

2018 meeting
plenary speakers


Maria Rescigno - Humanitas University, Milano, Italy Group Leader Mucosal immunology and microbiota Unit

Scott Snapper - Harvard, USA Director, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center and Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Jin-ichi Inokuchi - Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical Univeristy, Japan Professor

Judith Campisi - Buck Institute, CA USA Professor

Gabriel Nunez - Department of Pathology Michigan Medicine University of Michigan, USA Co-Director, Immunology and Host Response Program Experimental Pathology

Duccio Cavalieri - University of Firenze, Italy Professor

Jerry M. Wells - The University of Wageningen, The Netherlands Chair of the Host-Microbe Interactions Group

Hiroshi Kiyono - University of Tokyo, Japan Head of Division of Mucosal Immunology


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Humanitas Congress Center, Milan, Italy

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