The scientific committee of Probiota 2019 is calling for submission of abstracts for this year's event. Don’t miss your chance to present!
Deadline for entries is Midnight on 30th November 2018.
Organized by the publishers of NutraIngredients, Probiota 2019 will combine the latest insights from science, regulation and business to provide delegates with the ultimate event to bridge the gap between the worlds of business and research.
Moving to Copenhagen for its 2019 edition, the conference will explore the frontier of pre-, probiotic and microbiome science, and how that is applied in the commercial world for food, pharma and nutraceutical players everywhere.
We want you!
We are particularly interested in reports from human intervention studies and welcome abstracts from those engaged in all aspects of microbiome science in academia, industry and consumer health, particularly those representing successful academia-industry interactions.
All abstract submissions will be reviewed by the Probiota Scientific Committee made up of leading experts in the fields of microbiome science, probiotic and prebiotic research.
To download the abstract guidelines – and find out how to submit your work - please click HERE.
Successful abstracts will be presented as either oral presentations or posters at the event February 13-15 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Furthermore, those whose abstracts are accepted will receive a 50% discount on the delegate place.
Early-phase, novel, or state-of-the-art research or promising ideas covering the following topics are highly encouraged to submit abstracts:
- Host-microbe interactions in health and disease, including preclinical and clinical studies evaluating pre- and probiotic interventions
- Early phase research on possible microbiome therapies
- Application and development of “-omics” approaches in biomarker discovery, including identification of potential pre- and probiotic strains. Research identifying strain-specific effects of probiotics for health and wellbeing, including mechanism of action and bioactive discovery and isolation
- Early findings from large scale research projects and clinical trials
- Innovations and novel ideas in the areas of production processes, delivery, formulation and shelf-life
- Human intervention studies
- Consumer and market insights, including population research, trends and threats, commercial packaging and marketing
Where applicable the potential for commercial application of the research should be highlighted to support the Probiota aims of bridging the interface between academia and industry.
To download the abstract guidelines, please click HERE.
Probiota 2019: On the Agenda
On the agenda are engaging sessions on the scientific and commercial potential of the fermented foods trend, dealing with – and making sense of – big data and bioinformatics, the importance of our microbiome in metabolism, plus sessions looking at the latest microbiome start-up trailblazers and a deep dive into the growing field of microbiome therapeutics and drug development.
In addition, don’t miss key updates from the IPA, alongside regulatory insights from top experts, and sessions looking at how proposed taxonomic changes will affect your business or research.
To find out more about the outline agenda for the conference, click here.