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National microbiota conference

INVITATION

The 6th National Microbiota Conference
November 19, 2019
Radisson Blu Scandinavia, Oslo
microbiota.no

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4th National Microbiota Conference 2017

 

We re-visited Radisson Blu Scandinavia November 9, 2017, attracting an all-time high of 110 participants and more than 20 submitted abstracts.

Final program
 

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3rd National Microbiota Conference 2016

 

Following two succesful events in 2014 and 2015 at Gardermoen, a third succesful event took place  at Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel at Holbergs plass with 21 submitted abstracts and 99 attendees.

Final program
 

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Report - 2nd National Microbiota Conference 2015

 

The second national meeting was  held at Gardermoen and was sold out with 94 participants. Also scientifically it was a great success with more than 20 submitted abstracts. The first ever Tore Midtvedt prize was also given to the presenter of the best abstract, Elisabeth Schrumpf from Oslo University Hospital.

Final program

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Report - 1st National Microbiota Conference 2014

 

The first national microbiota conference was held at Gardermoen November 19, 2014 and was a great success with about 100 participants. The meeting was opened by the Norwegian grand-old-man in this field, Tore Midtvedt, and featured a strong list of speakers including Fredrik Bäckhed from the Wallenberg Lab in Gothenburg.

Final program

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Oslo Microbiota Forum

 

Oslo Microbiota Forum was founded 2013 at the Research Institute of Internal Medicine as a regular meeting place for a gut microbiota interest group at Oslo University Hospital but rapidly expanded to include interested researchers from the entire  South-Eastern Norway. The forum is working to standardize protocols and improve Norwegian microbiota research.

Co-founders and co-chairs of the forum are Johannes R. Hov (Norwegian PSC Research Center) and Marius Trøseid (Section of clinical immunology and infectious diseases), both at Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo.

This website will be gradually updated and also share protocols developed by he group.

Protocols

Contact us: post@mikrobiota.no