R&D Director, Probiotical Healthcare
As part of its worldwide microbiome series, Global Engage is pleased to announce the 3rd Probiotics Congress: USA which is co-located with the 6th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: USA and which will be held on 29-30 October, 2018.
Last year’s congress attracted over 400 industry, academic and investment leaders to discuss the probiotics in health and disease; commercial challenges and opportunities; and potential partnerships and collaborations.
Attendees are expected to converge on San Diego this Fall to hear a 70-strong speaker faculty discuss the latest developments; engage in expert-led roundtable discussions and extended panel discussions; analyse the newest biotechs and start-ups worthy of investment, and utilise over seven hours of dedicated networking time to broaden business connections within the field. The Global Engage series is rapidly gaining a fantastic reputation as the number one microbiome and probiotics networking event. If looking to either learn more from the top scientists in this space; showcase exciting developments in your research; or seek partnerships and funding within the industry; it is a congress not to be missed.
Maria Saarela from the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland presents Recent Developments in Probiotic Research and the Market.
This two-day summit features over 70 contributions across three streams covering pro- and prebiotics, nutrition, microbiome therapeutics, the skin microbiome, as well as the gut microbiome.
Now in its 3rd year the congress together with the forum (in its 6th year) is widely recognized for its comprehensive agenda which incorporates strategies that turn the science into viable products with the backing of investors to fund the transition.
An extended panel discussion on “following the money” will explore the research landscape from the point of view of those investing in your research. While 8 roundtable discussions, led by experts, will enable a deeper investigation of subjects as diverse as infant health, the gut-brain axis and personalized nutrition, to name just three.Download the Agenda