The Euro-African Association of Environnement (AEAE) is pleased to announce its Third International Congress on Biochemistry and Microbiology Applied Technologies-BMAT2019. This multidisciplinary event will be held at the Hotel Vincci Marillia, on October 31-3rd November 2019, in Hammamet City, Tunisia.
The BMAT-2019 Follows the success of the ﬁrst two Congresses, both held in Hammamet, and will continue to address the multitude of complex issues associated with Biochemistry and Microbiology and oﬀering opportunities for collaboration and networking. The theme of the Conference: Innovation and technological competitivity.
The Third edition of BMAT invites researchers, students, clinicians and trainees to submit their research for presentation. The scientiﬁc commitiee will judge abstracts based on scientiﬁc rigour, originality, clarity and clinical relevance. The top 5 judged abstracts will present their research in a plenary session competition with questions from the editors-in-chief of 2 top Biochemistry and Microbiology journals. Prizes will be awarded for best-scoring abstracts.
We expect to gather over 200 national and international participants at this conference, among researcher, scientists, PhD students and people interested in Biochemistry and Microbiology.
We also want to highlight that there will be excellent opportunities for sponsorship, exhibition, and advertising to those interested in giving high visibility to their products and services through online and onsite promotion and marketing.
We invite you to enjoy our traditional hospitality throughout the III INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ON BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES – HAMMAMET 2019!
Editor in Chief International Journalof Antimicrobial Agents, University Aix-Marseille, France.
Specialist in DNA engineering and synthetic biology (PhD since 1993). Inventor of mutiple patents in this field, these technologies have been licensed for research (Life technologies) and and biopharmatical production. Since 2013 he is the co founder of Syngulon a startup company developing genetic innovations for industrial biotechnology.
Professor at Univiersity of New Hampshire since 1994. His research centers on microbe-plant, microbe-nematode and microbe-rock interactions and uses techniques of Microbial Genomics, Genetics, Microbiology and Molecular Biology. Current projects are 'Developing Genetic and Genomic tools for Frankia and the Actinorhizal Symbiosis.
Researcher at the Microbiota Interaction with Human and Animal Team (MIHA) UMR 1319, INRA France. He has worked on the biotechnological applications of serine proteases and the microbial impact on cholesterol and bile acid metabolism.
Professor of Biology at the University of East Anglia, UK and Group leader at the Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, UK. He study the interactions between plants and filamentous pathogens, notably the Irish potato famine organism Phytophthora infestans and the rice and wheat blast fungus Magnaporthe (syn. Pyricularia) oryzae. Furthermore, he is a member of the Royal Society.
Researcher at the INSERM of Rouen, University of Normandy. He is a peptide chemist who has been studying the structure-activity relationships of neuropeptides for over 20 years with significant success in the design of stable and potent G protein-coupled receptor agonists and antagonists.