Biofilms in Health and Disease CITER Webinar
Biofilms in Health and Disease Webinar hosted by Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Research and supported by GAMA healthcare
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An opportunity to discuss rapid advances that have developed in the field over the past years, to identify how new methodologies and technologies could be applied in biofilm research and to think about research challenges that might develop in the future. More information here
Four talks will cover basic science of clinical biofilms and their applications in health and disease.
Aimed at established and up-and-coming biofilm researchers and those with interest in the area of biofilms and their application in health and disease. Link to event
The event will have IT support thanks to Cardiff University's IT Service Desk. The attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions from the speakers after each talk.
Dr Mark Webber, Quadram Institute Bioscience: Adaptation of biofilms to stress results in complex costs and benefits
Regents Professor Phil Stewart, Montana State University: Innate Immunity versus Nascent Biofilm
Dr Angela Nobbs, University of Bristol: Microbial interplay within oral biofilms
Dr Freya Harrison, University of Warwick: Building and using models of lung and wound biofilms