09:30am Opening speech by LSfM’s President, Prof. Paul WILMES
Keynote presentation by Prof. Dag HARMSEN, Universitätsklinikum Münster, Germany, “The Holy Grail of Microbial Genomic Surveillance: Automated Transmission Detection of Plasmids and MGEs with AMRs”
10:15am Coffee Break
10:45am 4 selected presentations by PhD students in microbiology
11:45am 6th ordinary General Assembly of the LSfM
12:20pm Lunch & Poster session
13:30pm Keynote presentation by Prof. Christine MOISSL-EICHINGER, Medizinische Universität Graz, Austria, “The Human Archaeome”
14:15pm 4 selected presentations by post-doc fellows in microbiology
15:15pm Coffee break & Poster session
15:45pm Presentation by M. Marc JACOBS (Molecular Plasma Group, Luxembourg) and Dr Henry-Michel CAUCHIE (LIST, Luxembourg), “Industrial process for virucidal plasma coatings on textiles: from idea to upscaling”
16:30pm Keynote presentation by Dr Joël MOSSONG, Health Directorate Luxembourg, “Covid-19 in Luxembourg: insights from epidemiological surveillance in schools and nursing homes”
17.15pm Award ceremony for the best oral communications (2 prizes of 250€ each) and conference achievement grants (250€ each) – Closing of the Luxembourg Microbiology Dayn
Please register for the event before May 3rd 2022 by clicking the link below.
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