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Abstract submission

The submission for abstracts is now closed

Thank you very much for your numerous submissions! 
All submitted abstracts will now be reviewed by the programme committee. You will receive notification of the acceptance or rejection of your submitted abstract expected at the end of March. 
All accepted abstracts will be integrated into the programme as a talk or may be presented as a poster at the conference. 
The abstracts will be published in a digital abstract book. 

Abstract topics

Archaea & Extremophiles
Biotechnology & Synthetic Microbiology
Cases in Clinical Microbiology
Diagnostic and Clinical Microbiology
Environmental Microbiology & Processes
Epidemiology and antimicrobial resistance of zoonotic pathogens
Eukaryotic Pathogens
Food microbiology and -hygiene
Gastrointestinal Infections
Healthcare-associated infections and pathogens: Prevention, surveillance, outbreaks und antibiotic stewardship
Host-associated microbiomes and microbe-host interactions
Host-pathogen interactions and clinics of zoonotic Infections
Infection Immunology
Membranes and Transport
Microbial Cell Biology
Microbial Ecology & Evolution
Microbial metabolism & biochemistry
Microbial Pathogenicity
Microbiology in the digital Era
Molecular Infection Epidemiology and Prediction of Antimicrobial Resistance
National Reference Centers and Consiliary Laboratories
Phages and microbial defense systems
Regulation & small proteins
RNA biology
Secondary metabolites and natural products
Sensing, Signaling & Communicating Microbes
Single Cell Microbiology
Teaching Approaches & New Medical Approbation Regulations
Technical hygiene, environmental sustainability regarding the climate change

Travel Grants - supported by FEMS

This meeting is selected by the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) to offer grants for event participation for Early Career Scientists*.

This year again, student members of the DGHM or VAAM have the opportunity to apply for travel grants. An application is subject to the following conditions: student member of DGHM or VAAM, active participation in the conference (poster presentation or oral presentation), max. 4 travel grants per working group.

To apply, click on the according link of the DGHM (the application deadline for VAAM has expired):

(Deadline 31 March 2024)
To the DGHM application

*Find out if your society is a FEMS Member at https://fems-microbiology.org/member-societies/.