Professor, Food and Health Biosciences, RMIT, Australia
The 3rd Probiotics Congress Asia will take place on the 5th and 6th March in Singapore. This congress will be co-located with our 4th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Congress: Asia.
Dietary supplements manufactured by incorporating various strains of probiotics are well established and are widely recognised as providing “dietary support”. However, scientists now propose that changing the composition of the gut microbiota – using functional probiotics – is an effective way to manage food allergy and potentially reverse certain disorders and diseases.
Recent advances in R&D has now led to the development of efficient probiotic strains that many believe will treat or prevent the occurrence of diseases. Before the next generation of probiotics become available to further research is needed to understand the mechanisms of action for particular strains. In addition, large-cohort clinical trials will be needed to prove their efficacy and compliance with good manufacturing practice & standards before probiotic products that advance both patient and animal care becomes widely available.
Be part of a meeting that provides time and space for sharing knowledge and networking opportunities that help the development of meaningful long-term relationships as well as excellent learning outcomes. Over two days you will find out more about the exciting research into probiotic strains and strategies for proving their efficacy and effective manufacturing, packaging and storage processes,
With built-in networking sessions, expertly led case study presentations, a dynamic exhibition room filled with technology providers showcasing their technologies and solutions, and panel discussions exploring key issues in the field this meeting is one you should not miss.
Read the main focus points of the 2017 meeting.