European Microbiology Research Conference is going to be held during December 3-4, 2018 at Valencia, Spain. It is a great pleasure and privilege to welcome you to the European Microbiology Research Conference (EMC) in Valencia, Spain. EMC provides a unique forum for scientific presentations and discussions for specialists from all disciplines in the fields of microbiology. The EMC Program Committee has selected the very best proposals for invited symposia, educational workshops and meet-the-expert sessions, and you will surely excited by top-notch keynote presentation by speakers from all over the world.
EMC-2018 encourage you to be actively involved in the sessions so that our congress can reach its full potential to meet your professional needs and provide you with the skills, knowledge and expertise that will help you contribute to improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infection-related diseases. European Microbiology Research Conference gathering microbiologists and they play a key role in all aspects of development, manufacture and control of medicinal products, and their components. It is thus the aim of this Conference and Workshop to equip from all fields of microbiology with practical and applicable knowledge and "know how". In addition, it will provide a forum for interesting and open discussions between presenters, regulators and your colleagues from the industry.
EMC-2018 Symposia promote scientific communication and collaboration in the European research area. They provide scientists with a platform to discuss and exchange ideas on forward-looking topics and new developments in the microbiology. Topics emphasise upcoming developments and the interdisciplinary nature of related fields.
Special Education Lecture on:
Recent Advances in Diet and Microbiota by Dr. Amparo Gamero Lluna, University of Valencia, Spain
Outline: The human gastrointestinal tract is sterile during gestation and it is colonized in the moment of birth. From birth until the 3 to 5 years of life, the microbiota diversity increases until adulthood, where it is more stable. However, diet, life style, gastrointestinal infections, antibiotic treatments, surgery, etc. can affect microbiota composition. Diet has a major role in modulate microbiota composition. Recent investigations points out that following adequate diet patterns can mitigate certain chronic diseases and increase life quality. The different nutrients and diet components determine enormously the genera and species of microorganisms present in our microbiota and thus our health status.