Due to COVID-19, the Anaerobe 2020 Congress is being converted from a live event to a virtual Zoom conference. Selected presentations from the original program will be presented July 23-24, 2020.The program will be announced shortly, when all speakers are confirmed.
We plan to undertake the following:
- Organize a virtual on-line Conference, with a modified speaker program, July 23-24. Thursday will be a full-day program on various anaerobic topics; Friday will be a half-day focussing on C. difficile. Many sessions will be recorded for access following the Congress for a limited time.
- Publish a digital Abstract Book of submitted abstracts.
- Invite selected papers for inclusion in a special issue of the Anaerobe journal.
Hopefully, we can come together for a live Anaerobe Congress in Seattle in 2022.
2020 will address both the clinical and microbiological aspects of anaerobes,
as related to human diseases, animal diseases, and environmental conditions.
Mixing theory and practical applications, the Congress will consist of
oral presentations and additional submitted abstracts,
representing work by researchers from over 30 countries.
Congress Program: Virtual Congress program will be consist of 27 presentations.
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RegistrationRegistration for the ANAEROBE 2020 Virtual Congress has opened.
Advanced Registration for Members is Free, just email firstname.lastname@example.org. Advanced Registration for Non-Members is $25 for both days. Advanced registration deadline is July 17. All registrations after July 17 is $40. Registrations may include access to Congress recordings of several sessions, following the Congress for a limited time.
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Researchers, clinicians, and laboratory technologists from around the world
are invited to attend and participate in this Congress to engage in
presentations, exchanges, and dialogue on issues related to the study of anaerobes.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be
- Demonstrate knowledge of the latest
developments in the field of anaerobic research.
- Apply new recommendations in the diagnosis,
screening, treatment, and prevention of clostridial,
obstetric and gynecological, periodontal, intestinal, and other anaerobic
- Incorporate better utilization of the
microbiology laboratory into the delivery of patient care.
ANAEROBE 2020 has
been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essentials Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for
Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). No continuing education units will be issued for the Congress.
ANAEROBE 2020 offers sponsorship opportunities to industry. For information, contact ASA: email@example.com
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