Late-breaking Abstracts

Late Breaking Abstract is now closed!

Once again, a big thank you to the microbiology community. Successful submissions will be notified of the results at the end of June 2017. Stay tuned!

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Subject Areas

Bacteriology and Applied Microbiology Icon

Bacteriology and Applied Microbiology

Alternatives to antibiotics
Antimicrobial peptides and Antimicrobial resistance
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
Bacterial division and morphogenesis
Bacterial metabolism
Bacterial regulation, evolution, and gene transfer
Bacterial structures and Structural Microbiology
Bacterial Secretion and membranes biosynthesis
Biofilm and quorum sensing
E. coli pathogenesis
Environmental microbiology
Global regulation and signaling
Microbial Ecology
Microbial response and adaptation
Models of host-pathogens interactions
Mycobacterium and tuberculosis
Omics technology for bacterial analysis and System Microbiology
Pathogens and infections
Probiotic and Microbiome

Mycology and Eukaryotic Microbiology Icon

Mycology and Eukaryotic Microbiology

Advances in taxonomy and phylogeny of Aspergillus, Penicillium and related genera
Biofilms and Multikingdom interactions
Bioprospecting/secondary metabolism
Cell biology and function
Common themes in human, animal and plant pathogens
Food fermentation and safety
Food pathogens and mycotoxins
“Omics” and Protozoa parasite biology and host parasite interaction
Signaling/signaling circuits
Tree of life/Biodiversity/extremophiles

Virology Icon


100 years of phage
Antiviral immunity
DNA Viruses
ds RNA Viruses
Hepatitis viruses
HIV and Retroviruses
Influenza virus
Innate defence against viruses
Insect viruses
Negative strand RNA Viruses
Plant viruses
Positive strand RNA viruses
RNA-protein interactions
Viral diagnostics
Viral disease
Viral evolution & population genetics
Virus discovery
Virus entry, fusion, assembly & budding
Virus surveillance, epidemiology & Public Health
Virus vaccines
Viruses and Cancer
Viruses and microRNA