upcoming event

14 May 2019

3RD LUXEMBOURG MICROBIOLOGY DAY

4, Rue Nicolas Ernest Barblé, L-1210 Luxembourg (Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg, Conference Amphitheatre)


From 9:30 to 17:30, followed by a festive cocktail.

Programme

09:30

Welcome to participants

10:00

Opening speech by LSfM’s President, Dr Jos EVEN

Keynote presentation by Dr Danielle RUCKERT
and Dr Tom ENGEL, ASTA (L)

10:45

4 selected presentations by post-doc fellows in microbiology

11:45

3rd ordinary General Assembly of the LSfM

12:30

Walking lunch & Poster session

14:00

4 selected presentations by PhD students in microbiology

15:00

Keynote presentation by Dr Viviane BREMER,
Robert Koch Institute, Berlin (D)

15:45

Coffee break & Poster session

16:30

Keynote presentation by Prof Renee SCHROEDER,
Max F. Perutz Institute, Vienna (A)

17:15

Award ceremony for the best oral communications
(2 prizes of 250€ each). Closing of the Luxembourg Microbiology Day & Cocktail

Registration & abstract submission


Please register for the event before Friday May 3rd 2019 by filling out the registration form below.

The participation to the Luxembourg Microbiology Day and the LSfM General Assembly is free of charge for 2019 LSfM members.

Non-members are invited to attend all events and will be charged a registration fee of 30€ (15€ for students).

The registration fee includes a full individual (professional or student) membership for 2019.

Registration is complete once the participant has registered on our website (http://microbiology.lu/plans/register/) or via e-mail to secretary@microbiology.lu and the membership fee has been paid (bank information: BCEELULL LU31 0019 4855 1745 9000; payment at the registration desk of LMD2019 also possible).

Conference programme

The deadline for abstract submission for student and post-doc presentations is April 24th 2019.

Abstracts can be submitted by e-mail to secretary@microbiology.lu

A selection committee will communicate the accepted oral presentations by April 30th 2019.

Abstract submission guidelines