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Got groundbreaking microbiome-related research to shout about? Probiota wants to hear from you!

By Stephen Daniells contact

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Got groundbreaking microbiome-related research to shout about? Probiota wants to hear from you!
Are you researching the latest state-of-the-art developments related to prebiotic, probiotic and microbiome science relevant to human health, well-being, consumers and industry? If so, we would like to hear from you!

Probiota, which will take place 23-25 February 2022 in Copenhagen, is calling for submission of abstracts for next year’s event. Don’t miss your chance to present!

Organized by the publishers of, the number one daily news service for the dietary supplements and functional food industries, Probiota will explore the scientific frontiers for microbiome modulation to boost health and wellness, its evolution and commercial application in food, supplements and related product areas.

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 our Scientific Committee made up of leading experts from the fields of pre- and probiotics. All accepted abstracts will be invited to present a poster at the event, while the winning abstract will be invited to give a presentation of their research during Probiota in Copenhagen.


Early-phase, novel, or state-of-the-art research or promising ideas covering the following topics are encouraged:

- Host-microbe interactions in health and disease, including preclinical and clinical studies evaluating pre- and probiotic interventions

- 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

- Consumer and market insights, including population research, trends and threats, commercial packaging and marketing

- Human intervention studies

To download a copy of the abstract guidelines, please click HERE​.

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