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Greater Copenhagen Microbiome Summit 2021

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We hope you will join us online at the Greater Copenhagen Microbiome Summit, where you will get the latest scientific trends and valuable insights within the microbiome field from companies like BioGaia, Chr. Hansen, Ferring and Novozymes as well as academic experts.

The Microbiome Summit offers a digital venue for bringing together microbiome scientists and companies to define the state of microbiome research and opportunities for collaborations in this emerging multidisciplinary field of science. The event will provide unique collaboration and business opportunities with both local and international stakeholders.

Key themes to be addressed in the programme:

  • Antimicrobial resistance and the microbiome

  • Immune health and the microbiome in the new normal

  • Interconnected microbiomes - from oral health to the systemic effects

  • Microbiome, animal health and bio agriculture

Our keynote speaker is Morten Sommer, Prof. of Microbiology and Scientific Director, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), who will speak about opportunities and challenges for microbiome engineering. 

The Greater Copenhagen Microbiome Summit is initiated by the Greater Copenhagen Microbiome Signature Project and its partners Medicon Valley AllianceCopenhagen Capacity and Invest in Skåne. The project aims to position Medicon Valley, the life science cluster of the Greater Copenhagen region, as the most competitive and vital life science cluster in northern Europe. The project is co-financed by Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak and Greater Copenhagen.

Read more about the speakers, the program and sign up on the event 

“The Greater Copenhagen Microbiome Summit is a great opportunity to get an update on the lay of the land within microbiome research and to network with others working within microbiome in the region." - Dr. Morten Sommer, professor of microbiology at the Technical University of Denmark