Senior Principal Investigator, A*STAR Skin Research Labs (A*SRL), Singapore
13th-14th Sep 2022
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
Following the success of the Asia Skin Microbiome 2.0 Congress, Global Engage is pleased to announce the 3rd Asia Skin Microbiome Congress to be hosted physically on the 13th and 14th of September 2022 in Singapore. This meeting is co-hosted with the A*STAR Skin Research Labs and Skin Research Institute of Singapore.
Access 20+ presentations to discover more about the latest scientific, technological and commercialisation trends and learn how they are driving forward skin microbiome research. Presentations address host-microbe interaction, skin disease, emerging technologies, interventional and cosmetic advances, and regulatory considerations.
2022 Scientific Advisory Committee
We are grateful to the members of the Scientific Advisory Committee for their expert advice on the content for this congress now in its third year.
This programme creates a collaborative environment in which you can create enduring relationships across the full range of skin microbiome research.
Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
VP of R&D, HelloBiome
Scientific Engagement Manager, Johnson & Johnson Singapore
Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
VP of R&D, HelloBiome
Scientific Engagement Manager, Johnson & Johnson Singapore
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Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore
390 Havelock Road, #02-05 King’s Center, Singapore 169662
Our serene, award-winning river-side hotel is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city; an ideal one-stop-shop for travelers of all kinds. A picturesque waterfront location that calms but near the bustling Clarke Quay offers both business or leisure travelers amenities and facilities that cater to every need. Be it fine or casual dining along the picturesque waterfront, taking an early morning run along or embarking on guided walks of Singapore’s art deco-styled Tiong Bahru district; guests will be spoiled for choice. The new Havelock MRT station is located just 2 minutes’ away, right across Grand Copthorne Waterfront, making it super convenient & easy to zip around the city.
Option 1 – Please contact Reuben Raj at : [email protected] for details.
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Conference fee of USD500 is eligible to all employees of A*STAR and its agencies.
Organisations offering services and/or business & technology solutions and business consultants please contact [email protected] to discuss participation at this meeting.
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Poster presentation sessions will take place in breaks and alongside the other breakout sessions of the conference. Your presentation will be displayed in a dedicated area, with the other accepted posters from industry and academic presenters.
We also issue a poster eBook to all attendees with your full abstract in and can share your poster as a PDF after the meeting if you desire (optional).
Whether looking for funding, employment opportunities or simply wanting to share your work with a like-minded and focused group, these are an excellent way to join the heart of this congress.
In order to present a poster at the forum you need to be registered as a delegate. Please note that there is limited space available and poster space is assigned on a first come first served basis (subject to checks and successful registration).
We will require the form (downloadable below) to be submitted by the 19th August 2022. This is the formal deadline however space is another limiting factor so early application is recommended. Therefore please contact us with any questions you have as soon as possible.
POSTER COMPETITION – CLOSING DATE 19th August
Macrogen (www.macrogen-apac.com), a leading company in precision medicine and biotechnology, established CAP accredited NGS laboratory in Biopolis, Singapore in 2018. Macrogen APAC provides expertise in genomics analysis, clinical diagnostics and precision medicine, and support for our clients in Asia-Pacific. Macrogen actively performs genomic analysis of all life forms, including that of microbes. Besides NGS, Macrogen also provides microarray and capillary (Sanger) sequencing, oligonucleotide and CRISPR services.×
L’Oréal, the world’s leading cosmetics company, has built an unrivalled portfolio of over 35 diverse and complementary brands. Science been at the core of the L’Oréal model for over a century, L’Oréal’s Research and Innovation employs 4,000 researchers of approximately 80 nationalities and spent 3.2% of its annual sales on R&D in 2021. In Singapore, L’Oréal has established a Research & Innovation Center for advanced skin biology, scientific foresight and open innovation activities, and focuses on tapping into the R&D ecosystem of Singapore.×
BGI Genomics is one of the world’s leading providers of genomic sequencing services and proteomic services, now serving customers in more than 66 countries. We provide academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, health care providers and other organizations with integrated genomic and proteomic solutions across a broad range of applications spanning:
• Basic research covering human, plant, animal and microbial species
• Clinical research in human health
• Drug discovery and development
• Agriculture and Biodiversity preservation and sustainability×
NovogeneAIT Genomics is a joint venture between Novogene and AIT Biotech that focuses on the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (AMEA) region. We are one of the leading global provider of genomic sequencing solutions for the research and clinical fields. Our sequencing labs are located in Singapore, China, the US (at The University of California at Davis campus), and the UK (Cambridge). Learn more about us here.×
Metabolon is the global leader in metabolomics, with a mission to deliver biochemical data and insights that expand and accelerate the impact of life sciences research. With more than 20 years of experience, 10,000+ projects, 2,800+ publications, and ISO 9001:2015 and CLIA certifications, Metabolon has developed industry-leading scientific, technology, and bioinformatics techniques. The company offers scalable, customizable metabolomics and lipidomics solutions supporting customer needs from discovery through clinical trials and product life-cycle management.×
Our sponsorship packages offer a wide range of attendance options to suit your budget and business needs in order to maximise return on investment.
If there is any other way you would like to sponsor or increase branding for your company at the event, please get in touch and we will be able to offer you a bespoke service.
Select which delegates you would like to meet in a series of prearranged twenty-minute one-to-one meetings. Receive advanced delegate list from which to choose whom you’d like to meet with. Global Engage will schedule these meetings and send you an itinerary before the event
Host your own half or full day pre or post event workshop to a dedicated audience around a subject of your choice. Global Engage will assist with the marketing of your workshop to provide a guaranteed audience.
Market to our event database and / or increase brand awareness by taking a poster position or sponsoring the poster sessions. This can be supplemented by branding options such as placing your logo on the meeting background screen.
Showcase your technologies and products throughout the conference in the dedicated exhibition areas. The booth allows you to provide a pre-recorded video or deliver a live video session to your visitors and capture emails when people register their interest. Live chat with your visitors in discussion groups or 1:1.
For further details please contact
Email : [email protected]
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For details on attendees, packages and new opportunities, please contact our sponsorship team who will quickly provide everything you need to assess the conference for yourself.
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KC Microbiome Communications Group provides strategy and communications in microbiome science, with written and multi-media content in multiple languages for the general public and for scientific and clinical audiences. Specialty topics include probiotics, prebiotics, fermented foods, novel microbiome therapeutics, and fecal microbiota transplantation.×
Microbiome Research Reports (MRR) is an international peer-reviewed, open access journal. All articles published by MRR are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately from the date of publication.
The scope of the journal includes investigations of microbiomes present in one or various body compartments of human beings or other animals. Surveys on the establishment of microbial communities as well as on microbe-microbe interactions and microbe-host communication will be considered for publication. The overall aim of MRR is to publish high quality researches from scientists with a common interest in microbiome/microbiota research in all its multidisciplinary aspects.×
Microbiomepost.com provides qualified scientific updates to healthcare professionals and to anyone who wants to know more about the microbiome.
Our mission is to tell the story of the microbiome by reporting the results of research carried out in laboratories all over the world with a journalistic style and a solid scientific basis.
Bacteria have coexisted in our bodies for millions of years. They evolved with us in a sort of “peaceful” symbiosis. They are in the intestine, in the stomach, on the skin, in the lungs and beyond. We host about 100 billion microorganisms and they, in turn, synthesize different essential nutrients for us, take care of our immune system, protect us from their pathogenic “relatives”.
Research in this area began to take its first steps a few years ago and is therefore still in its infancy. The results however are already very interesting and cover nearly all medical disciplines, from gastroenterology to oncology, from dermatology to neuroscience.
According to some, we are living a real epochal turning point which could revolutionize the medical practice of the next decades.
And this is exactly the story we want to tell.
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