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3rd CBM 18-21 October 2016

Welcome to CBM2016

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Dear friends and colleagues

The Organizing Committee would like to invite you to participate in the 3rd Congress of Baltic Microbiologists (CBM2016). The scope of this Congress is microbiology, including its many different aspects like molecular, environmental, food, agricultural, and biotechnological topics, with several medicinal branches of microbiology. Immunology and virusology is also included in the scope of the Congress. The goal of the Congress is to provide a platform for sharing recent results and discoveries in microbiological and biotechnological research, as well as to introduce young researchers from different countries to this fascinating field by giving them an opportunity to learn from more experienced scientists and to allow them to present results of their own research. Microbiology is a quickly developing discipline and we ought to organize presentations of its ongoing progress. The Congress of Baltic Microbiologists had started with the first meeting being held in 2012 at Riga, Latvia. The next meeting was held in Tartu, Estonia (2014). This year we invite you to Vilnius, Lithuania!

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Registration is now closed!

For any questions please contact directly to cbm2016@gf.vu.lt

Important news! Registration and gala dinner

REGISTRATION We are pleased to inform you, that registration deadline WILL NOT be extended. Please register as soon as possible until 1st of October to reserve your place in CBM2016. GALA DINNER Please pay attention to that Gala Dinner costs EXTRA 35 euro. If you want to attend this event […]

Abstract Submission is Now Closed!

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ASM Sponsored lecture. Riikka Ihalin (Turku, Finland) “Biofilm-host interaction in chronic infection”

Background In natural environment, bacteria form communities, biofilms, on surfaces. In biofilms, bacteria are more resistant than their planktonic forms to antimicrobials and host defense factors. Reasons for biofilm resistance to external forces include a protective extracellular matrix and formation of non-dividing persister cells. In humans, bacterial biofilms cause chronic […]

Early bird registration deadline extended!!!

Early bird registration deadline extended!!! Register before June 15th, 2016 and benefit from the early bird fee!

NEW!!! Invited Speaker – Prof. Dr. Hab. Hanna Mazur-Marzec

Prof. Dr. Hab. Hanna Mazur-Marzec, University of Gdansk, Poland