The Anaerobe Society
of the Americas (ASA) hosts its 10th biennial Congress--ANAEROBE 2010--July 7-10. 2010, at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel in
Philadelphia, PA, USA.
ANAEROBE 2010 will address both the clinical and microbiological aspects of anaerobes, as related to human diseases, animal disease, and environmental
conditions. Mixing theory and practical applications, the Congress will consist of invited speakers, oral
presentations, and poster presentations, representing work by researchers
from around of the world.
The ANAEROBE 2010 program consists of a Pre-Congress Workshop (see below)
and 14 general sessions consisting of invited speakers and oral presentations
from the submitted abstracts. Further research will be presented as
120 posters, during four sessions: Student Presentations (Thurs.), Poster
Session I & II (Thurs.), and Poster Sesson III (Fri.).
The Setting ANAEROBE 2010 takes place in one of America's most historic cities,
and the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel is situated in Philadelphia's most
historic, tree-lined neighborhood. The hotel is a short walk to many of
America's most noted landmarks, other tourist attractions, and a variety of
restaurants and retail stores. The hotel also offers an indoor heated
swimming pool, complimentary fitness facility, whirlpool, and sauna.
just blocks away. Hotel reservations are available at rate of $159+tax per night.
Friday, July 9 -- Congress Banquet & Awards will be held at The Mutter Museum, home of The Physicians of
Philadelphia. Guests will have the opportunity to tour the displayed
collection of fluid-preserved anatomical and pathological specimens;
skeletal and dried specimens, medical instruments and apparal; anatomical
and pathological models in plaster, wax, papier-mache, and plastic;
memorabilia of famous scientists and physicians; and medical illustrations,
photographs, prints, and portraits.
Saturday, July 10 -- Informal City Tour. The opportunity to explore the local neighborhood shops and restaurants with fellow attendees. Details will be available at the Congress.