Co-Founder and Director of Advanced Technology, Azitra Inc.
“We are all set to welcome you to Miami at the end of October. You can book your place now, confident that you will enjoy great networking and learning experience that only comes from in-person, face-to-face meetings.”
Steve Hambrook, CEO, Global Engage
The 4th Skin Microbiome & Cosmeceuticals Congress: USA will explore the burgeoning field of skin microbiome research, with case studies focused on topics such atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema, acne, allergy, wounds, scalp and anti-ageing, and the microbiome-based products being developed to fight these diseases. The conference also provides insight into the future of microbiome-based cosmetics, with numerous presentations given on trial design, commercial strategy, consumer awareness & expectations and how scientific insight is driving innovation.
The complete agenda will be published shortly.
This programme is designed to create a collaborative environment in which delegates can create enduring relationships across the full range of microbiome and probiotic research.
Skin Health & the Microbiome
• Cosmetics and Commercial Strategy
• Probiotics & Prebiotics
• Microbiome – the gut and beyond
• Panel Discussion: Dosing in the Microbiome – dealing with the great unknown
• 75 presentations from industry and academic leaders
• +7 hours of dedicated networking time
• Extended senior-level interactive panel discussions
• Interactive roundtable discussions
• Poster competition
400 South East Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, United States, 33131-2197
The Hyatt Regency Miami is next to one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Miami, known as Brickell. The iconic white towers overlook the Miami River, and the hotel is connected to the James L. Knight Center. An ideal location that puts you steps from the Miami Riverwalk and close to the Port of Miami and FTX Arena (formerly known as American Airlines Arena). After the conference shop the Brickell City Centre or Bayside Market Place, explore Little Havana or tour the Frost Museum of Science.