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November 11, 2022
The Protein Secretion at the Host-Pathogen Interface Focused Meeting, which took place on 3–4 November 2022 in Belfast, UK, brought together world-leading experts on the structure and function of secretion systems. In this blog, we look at the success of #HostPathSecretion22 with a view from Twitter.
July 7, 2022
On 28–30 June 2022, the Society hosted the third Focused Meeting of the year, Cell–Cell Communication in Bacteria: Fundamental and Applied Aspects at Robinson College in Cambridge, UK. In this blog post, we turn to Twitter to look back at some of the highlights of #Cell2CellBacteria22.
June 21, 2022
On 6–9 June 2022, the Society hosted the Focused Meeting, European Study Group on the Molecular Biology of Picornaviruses 'Europic 2022'. We look back at Twitter for some of the highlights of #Europic2022
With a full scientific programme prepared to address recent advances in the field of picornaviruses, we were looking forward to hearing from a range of speakers and poster presenters from across the world, and being able to welcome our delegates in-person!
December 16, 2021
On 7—9 December 2021, the Society hosted the final Focused Meeting of the year, British Yeast Group 2021, which focused on the future of yeast research. Here, we look back on the three-day online event with a view from Twitter.
September 23, 2021
The Microbiology Society’s third Focused Meeting of the year, Avian Infectious Diseases 2021, took place digitally on 15–17 September 2021. The aim of the event was to bring together the scientific community to help find solutions to the biggest challenges in avian infectious diseases and provide a forum for discussion not only on individual pathogens, but also on cross-cutting areas of relevance to multiple infections. Here, we look back on the three-day event with a view from Twitter.
July 23, 2021
The Microbiology Society’s second Focused Meeting of the year, Anaerobe 2021: The Microbiota and Beyond, took place digitally on 15–16 July 2021. The aim of the event was to provide clinical microbiologists, infectious disease researchers and specialists with insights into the current and future impact of anaerobic bacteria in human health and disease. Here, we look back on the two-day event with a view from Twitter.
November 6, 2019
The Antimicrobial drug discovery from traditional and historical medicine Focused Meeting took place at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford on 29 October. This was a pilot meeting which aimed to bring together researchers from diverse fields of microbiology, chemistry, botany and the history of medicine, as well as industry contacts. It was hoped that the event would facilitate networking, collaboration and knowledge exchange through a series of flash talks and round-table discussions. Here we share some of the highlights from the final Focused Meeting of 2019 with a view from Twitter.
Q&A with Dr Freya Harrison, member of the organising committee for Antimicrobial Drugs Discovery from Traditional and Historical Medicine
August 2, 2019
On 29 October, the Microbiology Society will be hosting the Antimicrobial Drug Discovery from Traditional and Historical Medicine Focused Meeting at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK. We spoke with one of the meeting organisers, Dr Freya Harrison, about what she is looking forward to at this pilot meeting and the importance of developing a cohesive research network.