11 September 2023
Venue: Swiss Grand Hotel Seoul
WORKSHOP – Part 1: MICROBIOME DRUG DISCOVERY: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE*
This session addresses the following points:
Prof. Mazmanian’s laboratory at Caltech studies the human gut microbiome with a focus on developing novel therapies for immunologic and neurologic disorders, including Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Parkinson’s disease. He has been a principal investigator on 13 NIH grants, and numerous foundation and industry-sponsored projects. His research accomplishments have been recognized through many awards, including a Searle Scholarship, Damon Runyon Innovation Award, Catalyst Award (UCLA), Discover Magazine’s “Best Brains in Science under 40”, a MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Award, and the DuPont-Danisco Microbiome Science Award.
WORKSHOP – Part 2: NAVIGATING THE MICROBIOME INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE*
*Limited slots available
Hotel Website: https://www.swissgrand.co.kr/about-hotel/
Hotel Address: 353, Yeonhui-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Since its opening in 1988, the Swiss Grand Hotel has been loved as a “rest area in the city” and “a window of leisurely business.”
With 396 modern and comfortable hotel main rooms, 100 resident-type dining rooms, a variety of restaurants full of hotel chefs, and a state-of-the-art fitness center and a convention center that can accommodate up to 2,500 people at small parties, the Swiss Grand Hotel is located 15 minutes from central Seoul for convenient and fast access.
We will continue to meet you with the best amenities and sincere service.
Fee for pre-conference workshop (USD)