Mycobacteria: Physiology, Metabolism and Pathogenesis - Back to the Basics is the most significant event that will provide all-inclusive knowledge regarding Tuberculosis (TB). The conference will focus on the research of host-pathogen crosstalk at the basic cellular and molecular levels along with human studies that determine the beginning of susceptibility to and severity of tuberculosis. The meeting will discuss intensely on the most up to date results on clinical trials of drug and vaccine candidates. Mycobacteria: Physiology, Metabolism and Pathogenesis - Back to the Basics will bestow information on new measures for TB control including pre- and post-exposure vaccination strategies, combat of extensively drug-resistant strains, and novel therapeutic stratagems to avoid IRIS. The conference will cover a wide range of topics, including the molecular genetics and biochemistry of the pathogen, with emphasis on unique lineage and growth state-specific features as well as the immunology and molecular genetics of the host during latency, reactivation and active disease.
The targeted visitors at Mycobacteria: Physiology, Metabolism and Pathogenesis - Back to the Basics are:
- Clinical Nurse Practitioner
- Medical Professionals
- Pharmaceutical Companies
Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology