Welcome to the 13th International Conference on Pseudomonas
Sept 4th – Sept 7th 2011
The 13th International Conference on Pseudomonas will be held in Sydney from 4th – 7th September 2011, and will provide a venue for international researchers to meet and establish lasting connections that strengthen the collaborative nature of world-wide research.
The Conference aims to facilitate the advancement of research into the study of the genus Pseudomonas and will showcase research at the cutting edge of fundamental, applied and clinical research.
Discussions at the 2011 Conference will cover a range of areas, including:
- host-pathogen interactions
- environmental-bacterial interactions
- bacterial physiology
- biofilm development
- bacterial virulence
- industrial use of bacteria in bioremediation and bioproduction
- global gene regulation.
Novel approaches to understanding how the genus Pseudomonas interacts with humans, other animals and the environment will also be presented at the Conference.
This conference also provides an opportunity for young scientists, such as students and postdoctoral fellows, to promote their work, establish networks and pursue future career avenues.
This is the first meeting of the Conference in the Asia-Pacific region and we expect a strong turnout by Pseudomonas researchers from this region and around the world.
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I look forward to seeing all of the Pseudomonas community in Sydney in 2011.
On behalf of the Local Organising Committee