The present progress in the clinical application of FMT

Targeting Microbiota 2020 Peter Konturek v2Prof. Peter Konturek, the President of the International Society Microbiota (ISM) from the Teaching Hospital of the University of Jena, Germany will give opening introduction during the Targeting Microbiota 2020 Congress with a talk entitled "The present progress in the clinical application of FMT".

The 8th International World Congress on Targeting Microbiota 2020 Congress will be held in Paris this year on October 22-23, 2020.

Prof. Konturek highlighted:

During both days, many oral and poster communications will be presented and will cover many hot topics:

  • Microbiota 2020: Recent Advances & Perspectives
  • Challenges of microbiota sequencing and analyzing: How to manage the Big Data of sequencing?
  • Challenges of microbiota-host cross-talk understanding and intestinal microbiome signaling to extraintestinal organs
  • Food-microbiota interactions
  • Microbiota & medicine of tomorrow: Development of effective therapeutic strategies to manipulate the gut microbiota
  • Safety aspects of microbiota based therapies

During Targeting Microbiota 2020, we will try to answer many questions, among them:

  • Can we modulate the quality and diversity of human microbiota?
  • How to induce durable beneficial changes in gut microbiota?
  • Where is the red line of the gut microbiota manipulation?
  • What are the strategic mediators of gut microbiota?
  • How to understand better the role of bacterial metabolites?
  • What is the perfect microbiota "signature" and how to use it as a biomarker to "predict" and/or treat many diseases?
  • What is the influence of gut microbiota on the development and progression of chronic diseases?


I do believe that this would be the best future strategy for the 8th World Congress of Targeting Microbiota in 2020: a strong communication between basic, pre-clinical scientists and clinicians.

For more info, please follow this link to read welcome note.

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