Welcome to Targeting Phage 2018

It is an honour to host the 5th World Congress on Targeting Infectious Diseases: Targeting Phage &  Antibiotic Resistance 2018  which will be held on May 17-18, 2018 in Florence, Italy, the town of Francesco Redi, Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo Galilei. Francesco Redi was the first scientist who adversed the “Spontaneous generation theory” showing with brilliant experiments the inconsistence of that theory which Louis Pasteur disproved with new techniques in 19th century. Leonardo was a multiform mind curious of the structure of “Nature” and tried to answer to many fundamental questions not yet formalizing the scientific method that Galilei stated not much later once for all.

Come & Join the Phage Leaders: Who is attending Phage Therapy 2018

The 5th World Congress on Targeting Infectious Diseases – Phage Therapy & Antibiotic Resistance will gather more than 130 attendees coming from industries, start-up and universities working on all infectious diseases related fields.
The audience of Phage Therapy 2018 will be composed by attendees coming from all around the world. Among the participants:
PTC Phage Technology Center GmbH
Phico Therapeutics Limited
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Naval Medical Research Center
University of Ferrara
University of Patras
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Queen's University Belfast
University of Liege - ULg - Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech
University of Lausanne

Vrije Universiteit Brussel
University of Warsaw
University of Bern
Phico Therapeutics Ltd
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Agenda at a glance

Lytic bacteriophages in the treatment of biofilm-forming bacteria involved in prosthetic joint infections

Mariagrazia Di Luca

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin Hospital, Berlin, Germany

Control of catheter associated biofilms through efflux inhibition

Brian Jones

School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

Fighting multi-drug resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae by using lytic phages

Marco Maria D’Andrea

Università di Siena, Italy

Antimicrobial discovery from extreme halophiles

Brendan Gilmore

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom

Direct phenotypic screening to identify new antimicrobial agents

Mark Sutton

National Infections Service, Public Health England, United Kingdom

Join Targeting Phage Therapy 2018 and present your innovation

You are academic or start-up and you have an extraordinary innovation concerning Phage Therapy?
You are industrial and you are looking for a new academic collaboration to develop innovations around Phage?
A special session B to B  will be organized during the 5th World congress on Targeting Infectious Diseases which will be held  on May 17 - 18, 2018 - Florence, Italy.

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Targeting Phage Therapy 2018 Tracks

Among Tracks for Targeting Phage & Antibiotic Resistance World Congress:

Track 1: The basic research

Track 2: Safety and regulation

Track 3: Phage isolation and characterization
3.1: Phage quality
3.2: Phage diversity
3.3: Phage endolysine

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Preliminary program

Day 1 - May 17, 2018
07h30 - 9h00 Registration & Welcoming
08h55 Welcome Address
09h00 - 9h30 General Introduction: How to overcome and combat antibiotic resistance in 2018?
9h30 - 10h30 Session 1: Phage Therapy 2018: recent advances & challenges (part 1)

TID 2016 Abstracts book

Abstracts book of Targeting Infectious Diseases 2016 – Phage Therapy

The PDF Version of the abstracts book is restricted only to attendees of TID 2016 Congress.

If you participated to Task force for Infectious Diseases meetings, please Contact us to obtain the access code or order abstracts book by clicking here.

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==> Pictures of Phage Therapy 2016, please click here.
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Phage Therapy 2016 Pictures

Phage Therapy World Congress 2016 took place at Hotel Saint James Albany, Paris on June 2-3. The congress have welcomed more than 150 academics and industrials attendees coming from 21 countries, from Europe, Asia, Middle East, North and South America.

Phage Therapy 2016 was an exciting moment, where speakers and participants shared scientific knowledge.

To access the pictures of Phage Therapy 2016, please click here.