9th Annual Translational Microbiome Conference
Date: March 25-26, 2024 | Boston, MA USA
- Entering its 9th year in 2024, the meeting will continue to focus and build on the challenges and hurdles that companies working in the microbiome space will have to recognize and navigate in order to successfully commercialize their products.
- Additionally, this meeting also showcases ground-breaking research being performed by leadings scientist from around the globe.
4th Annual CMI International Microbiome Meeting (CIMM)
Date: March12th-14th San Diego, CA
This event will bring together experts and link investigators in microbiome research to foster learning, and hopefully, initiate collaborations.
CIMM 2023 featured over 25 esteemed speakers spanning industry, academia, and government agencies, presenting on a range of topics from human health to environmental ecosystems. Tech showcases, poster sessions, and interactive roundtable discussions were interspersed throughout the conference, with each day capped by a beach-front networking reception.
In 2024, we’ll be building on CIMM’s past success, with plans for 30+ presenters, daily question-and-answer sessions, and a renewed focus on how microbiome research is delivering impactful and applicable discoveries.
AACR Annual Meeting 2024
Date: April 5th-10th, 2024
San Diego Convention Center
The AACR Annual Meeting is the focal point of the cancer research community, where scientists, clinicians, other health care professionals, survivors, patients, and advocates gather to share the latest advances in cancer science and medicine.
From population science and prevention; to cancer biology, translational, and clinical studies; to survivorship and advocacy; the AACR Annual Meeting highlights the work of the best minds in cancer research from institutions all over the world.
ASCO Annual Meeting: Uncover a World of Inspiration
Date: May 31st-June 4th, 2024 Chicago, IL and online
- Cutting-edge research: more than 2,500 abstract presentations
- Personal stories: a diverse lineup of ASCO Voices that will showcase a variety of personal narratives and perspectives from the oncology community that illustrate the compassionate side of cancer care
- Practice-changing science: state-of-the-art tools, standards, and models for quality care
- Professional development: career resources and mentorship opportunities
- Versatile, interactive experience: livestreaming of oral abstract sessions, poster walks, Q&A, exhibits, and more
- Take-home resources: meeting materials, downloadable slides, and continuing education
26th Annual World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer
Date: June 26-29, 2024 Barcelona, Spain
The scientific sessions will be complemented with high quality educational sessions and excellent networking opportunities.
In recent years we have seen remarkable progress in the treatment options available for patients with GI cancers and ESMO is committed to ensuring that there is a clear roadmap to help facilitate the implementation of new practice changing discoveries in the clinic for the benefit of all patients with GI cancers and whose wellbeing is our primary concern.
The ESMO Gastrointestinal Cancers Congress will provide global visibility for original clinical and translational research.
4th Annual Cold Spring Harbor Meeting: Microbiome
Date: October 29 – November 2, 2024, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York
The proposed meeting will assemble the leaders in the field, together with junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students, to discuss new, cutting-edge developments in the study of all aspects of microbiome research.
- Using all the Data: Bioinformatic Analyses
- Pathogens and Microbial Communities
- Human and Animal Model Studies
- Microbial Function, Host Response
- Microbial Ecology and Evolution
- Microbes in the Environment
- Microbial Molecules and Interaction
- Microbes as Machines
Infection: pathogens, hosts and microbiomes
Date: May 26th-28th, 2025 Heidelberg, Germany and Virtual
This symposium will bring together experts working on different pathogens (viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites) and who rarely meet.
It will cover a broad range of topics on the host-pathogen interface, highlighting the diversity in mechanisms and the convergence of strategies pathogens use to invade, hijack host machineries, proliferate within the host, cause disease and spread to other hosts. Infection biologists using systems biology, population genomics, genetics, cell and tissue biology, biochemistry and structural biology will meet to present the state-of-the-art of different fields.