The date of the 2016 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit is quickly approaching! More than 200 researchers, healthcare professionals and journalists will converge in Miami, Florida (USA) on March 5th and 6th for a unique educational experience focused on gut microbiota.
The Gut Microbiota for Health team is preparing for a weekend of intense learning from gut microbiota scientific experts from Israel, Ireland, France, Sweden, Spain, and all over the USA.
Participating in person is the best way to take advantage of this gathering of experts. But if you can’t make it to Miami, you can still take part!
Grab your weekend cup of coffee and follow the summit’s plenary sessions from home as they live stream online:
(All times in Eastern Standard Time)
08:15 – 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductory Remarks
08:30 – 10:30 AM Diet: What Has Changed in the Environment?
10:30 – 12:00 PM Life Events That Alter Gut Microbiota
08:30 – 10:30 AM Gut Microbiota Interventions
11:00 – 12:30 PM Gut Microbiota as Therapeutics
You can also follow along on Twitter @ / @ through the hashtag #GMFH2016. Last year, Twitter proved a popular way to take in the talks, as the hashtag #GMFH2015 generated over 2.4 million impressions!
After the summit is over, you can still listen to the talks at your leisure by visiting our ‘media room’ online and finding the ‘replay’ section. This space will also feature fact sheets and videos that you can use to find out more about specific topics presented at the Gut Summit.
Our online community is active all year long! Visit our website gutmicrobiotaforhealth.com to follow the latest developments in gut microbiota science: the News Watch section covers topics for the general public (in English, French, and Spanish), while the Research & Practice section features more detailed coverage for researchers and health professionals. Our regular newsletter provides the highlights all in one place, and our social media channels (LinkedIn, Facebook, G+ (NewsWatch), (Research & Practice) and Youtube) connect over 15,000 community members interested in learning the latest developments. We hope you’ll join our vibrant discussions!
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