Event

Lecture series The Human Microbiome in Health and Disease

Amsterdam | Artis • 08 Jan 2018 - 12 Jan 2018

In a series of 5 x 2 lectures, Prof. Kort (TNO) and various guest speakers will discuss human microbiota and explain how our knowledge of these tiny, intimate strangers can be used for diagnosis, prognosis and intervention purposes.

The guest speakers will demonstrate the relationship between microbiota and health by highlighting current research projects at knowledge institutes and universities.

This lecture series is intended for students and interested parties with a working knowledge of microbiology.

Practical information

When:
Monday 8, Tuesday 9, Wednesday 10, Thursday 11 en Friday 12 January
What time:
10.00 till 12.00 a.m.
Where:
Collegezaal at ARTIS
Language:
English
Cost:
€ 160 (€ 128 for ARTIS members), which includes admission to ARTIS and a single joint visit to Micropia (after the last lecture).

Free for MSc and PhD students at all Dutch universities and TNO and RIVM researchers.

Please buy your ticket online

Free for MSc/PhD students at all Dutch universities and TNO and RIVM researchers

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