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9th World Congress on Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, will be organized around the theme “Innovation in the World of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases”
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An associate degreetimicrobial is an agent that kills microorganisms or stops their growth, Antimicrobial medicines is sorted per the microorganisms they act primarily against. As an example, antibiotics area unit used against bacterium and antifungal area unit used against fungi. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) develops when bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites evolve over time and lose their ability to react to antibiotics making infections more difficult to manage and raising the risk of disease transmission, serious illness and death.
- Track 1-1Antibacterials
- Track 1-2 Antifungals
- Track 1-3 Antivirals
- Track 1-4 Antiparasitics
- Track 1-5Broad-spectrum therapeutics
- Track 1-6Antimicrobial pesticides
- Track 1-7 Antimicrobial scrubs
Medical microbiology is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of infectious and non-infectious diseases. Medical microbiologists provide clinical consultations on the investigation, principles of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of infectious diseases; the scientific development, administrative, and medical direction of a clinical microbiology laboratory and the scientific development, administrative, and medical direction of a clinical microbiology laboratory.
- Track 2-1 Genotyping
- Track 2-2 Biochemical tests
- Track 2-3Epidemiology
- Track 2-4Microbial Culture
- Track 2-5Microscopy
- Track 2-6Biochemical tests
- Track 2-7Polymerase chain reaction
Enzymes are thought to be a potential biocatalyst for a wide range of reactions. Microbial enzymes, in particular, have numerous applications in industry and medicine. Additionally, microbial enzymes are more active and stable than plant and animal enzymes. Furthermore, because of their biochemical diversity and susceptibility to gene manipulation, microorganisms represent an alternative source of enzymes because they can be cultured in large quantities in a short period of time via fermentation.
- Track 3-1Diagnosis
- Track 3-2Treatment
- Track 3-3Biochemical investigation
- Track 3-4Monitoring of various dreaded diseases
- Track 3-5Microbial lipases
- Track 3-6Microbial enzymes
Aggregate of microorganisms in which cells adhere to each other and/or to a surface and are frequently embedded within a self-produced matrix of extracellular polymeric substance (EPS). A biofilm is a system whose inhabitants can adapt internally to environmental conditions. Slime, or self-produced extracellular polymeric material, is a polymeric conglomeration made up of extracellular biopolymers in various structural types.
- Track 4-1 Shelter and Homeostasis
- Track 4-2Microniche
- Track 4-3Medical Implants
- Track 4-4Formation of Microcolonies
- Track 4-5Protection from harmful conditions
- Track 4-6Pond scum
Microorganisms (bacteria, archaea, viruses, and microbial eukaryotes) in the aquatic world, including their biodiversity, ecology, and biogeochemistry, are studied in marine microbiology. The use of metagenomics in revealing the abundance and composition of marine microbial ecosystems has been crucial.
- Track 5-1Marine Environment
- Track 5-2Prokaryotes
- Track 5-3Eukaryotes
- Track 5-4Marine Microplankton
- Track 5-5Zooplankton
- Track 5-6Dinoflagellates
- Track 5-7Mixtrophs
Microbial pathogenesis, public health principles, epidemiology, molecular genetics, virology, and environmental and industrial microbial processes are all included in the Public Health and Microbiology concentration. This concentration prepares students for technical work or graduate school in microbial disease systems using polymerase chain reaction and other molecular diagnostic methods, as well as environmental and industrial applications of microbial systems.
- Track 6-1Epidemology
- Track 6-2Microbial pathogens
- Track 6-3Modern biotechnologies
- Track 6-4Hantavirus
- Track 6-5Zika virus
- Track 6-6Escherichia coli
- Track 6-7Lyme disease
Pharmaceutical Microbiology deals with the study of microorganisms that is concerned within the manufacture of prescribed drugs. Alternative aspects of pharmaceutical biological science embrace the analysis and development of anti-infective agents, the use of microorganisms in the production of pharmaceutical products such as endocrine and human human growth hormone, and hence the use of microorganisms in the production of pharmaceutical products such as endocrine and human human growth hormone.
- Track 7-1Microbiology
- Track 7-2Microorganisms
- Track 7-3Applied Microbiology
- Track 7-4Pharmaceutical Microorganisms
- Track 7-5 Microbiological Identification
- Track 7-6Microbial Contamination
- Track 7-7Pharmaceutical Contamination
Antimicrobials are chemicals that destroy or prevent the growth of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. They are classified as antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals, and antiparasitics. Antibacterials are used to treat bacterial infections, antivirals are used to treat viruses, and antifungals and antiparasitics are used to treat fungi and parasites, respectively.
- Track 8-1Immunodeficiency
- Track 8-2 HIV/AIDS
- Track 8-3Gram staining
- Track 8-4Blood cultures
- Track 8-5Polymerase chain reaction
- Track 8-6Serological tests
- Track 8-7Genotyping
Plant-associated microbes are the subject of agricultural microbiology research. Its aim is to solve issues in agricultural practises that are typically caused by a lack of biodiversity in microbial communities. Understanding microbial strains that are important to agricultural applications can help improve things like soil nutrients, plant-pathogen tolerance, crop robustness.
- Track 9-1Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF)
- Track 9-2 Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR)
- Track 9-3Nitrogen-fixing rhizobia
- Track 9-4Increasing top yield
- Track 9-5Modern agriculture
- Track 9-6Micobial technology
Immunology is a branch of science that studies the immune system, including both innate and acquired immunity, as well as laboratory techniques involving the interaction of antigens with particular antibodies. Microbiology is a branch of science that studies different microorganisms. Microbiology is the study of bacteria's structure and various physical, chemical, and biological characteristics that relate to their disease-causing potential.
- Track 10-1Pathogenesis
- Track 10-2Bacterial infection
- Track 10-3Microbial immunity
- Track 10-4Molecular genomics
- Track 10-5Cellular microbiology
- Track 10-6Inflammation
- Track 10-7Parasitic infections
The tendency of an organism to cause disease is referred to as pathogenicity (ie, harm the host). The overt damage done to the host is a property of the host-pathogen relationships, and this capacity represents a genetic component of the pathogen. This innate propensity to inflict disease is absent in commensals and opportunistic pathogens. Disease is not, however, an unavoidable result of the host-pathogen relationship.
- Track 11-1Viruses
- Track 11-2Bacteria
- Track 11-3Fungi
- Track 11-4Parasites
Infections caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, mycobacteria, and parasites can all be treated through rapid detection of microorganisms in clinical microbiology. Rapid detection of microorganisms in clinical samples allows for a more rapid switch from broad-spectrum to tailored antimicrobial therapy.
- Track 12-1Bacteriology
- Track 12-2Mycology
- Track 12-3Immunology
- Track 12-4Parasitology
- Track 12-5Phycology
- Track 12-6Protozoology
- Track 12-7Virology
- Track 12-8Nematology
The microbiome is the genetic material of all microbes that exist on and within the human body, including bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses. The total number of genes in a person's microbiome is 200 times greater than the number of genes in the human genome. It's possible that the microbiota weighs up to five pounds.
- Track 13-1Microbiota
- Track 13-2Microbial Network
- Track 13-3Mycobiome
- Track 13-4Bacteriome
- Track 13-5Microbial Ecology
- Track 13-6Host-microbe coevolution
- Track 13-7Human Microbiome
- Track 13-8Marine Microbiome
- Track 13-9Plant Microbiome
Synthetic biology is a form of biotechnology that involves the development of Synthetic biotechnology includes the manipulation of biological compounds including incorporation of synthetic aminoacids into proteins, DNA synthesis and manipulation using synthetic sequences, oligonucleotide synthesis, protein alteration using synthetic compounds etc.
- Track 14-1Enabling technologies
- Track 14-2Cell transformation
- Track 14-3Synthetic life
- Track 14-4Biosafety and biocontainment
- Track 14-5Synthetic transcription factors
- Track 14-6Microfluidics
- Track 14-7DNA and gene synthesis
The study of the structure and physiology of microbial communities in the atmosphere is known as environmental microbiology. The study of microorganisms in the atmosphere has been revolutionised by molecular biology, which has enhanced our understanding of the structure, phylogeny, and physiology of microbial species. The scientific study of microorganisms in the atmosphere is known as environmental microbiology. Air microbiology, soil microbiology, and water microbiology are all part of this field.
- Track 15-1Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education
- Track 15-2Human microbiome
- Track 15-3Microbial population biology
- Track 15-4Microbiology of decomposition
- Track 15-5Metaproteomics
- Track 15-6Metatranscriptomics
- Track 15-7Methanogen
- Track 15-8Microbial biodegradation
- Track 15-9Microbial ecology
- Track 15-10Microbial loop
Detection and diagnosis of microbes: Identification, characterization, data base and storage facilities development for microbial culture collection.
Food spoilage and Foodborne pathogenic microbes.
Mycotoxigenic fungi and other toxin producing microbes.
Establishment of database and storage facilities for microbial culture collections
- Track 16-1Environmental Microbiology
- Track 16-2Pathogenicity and Virulence
- Track 16-3Biotechnology and Synthetic Biology
- Track 16-4Microbiomes
- Track 16-5Food Microbiology
- Track 16-6Antimicrobial Resistance