EAM past activities

Year EAM’s Key initiatives
2021 EAM Symposium ‘Climate change and the influence on microbial communities and microbial behavior’ and EAM Workshop ‘Microbiology Literacy’ at the World Microbe Forum
2020 ArticleDevelopment of vaccines at the time of COVID-19” by EAM working group published in microLife
2020 Official launch of microLifethe FEMS-EAM’s new open access journal and first Editorial from microLife published
2020 Workshop with worldwide experts on antimicrobial resistance, the results of which were published in “Antibiotic resistance: turning evolutionary principles into clinical reality” in FEMS Microbiology Reviews
2019 EAM Symposium at FEMS2019 Congress ‘From systems to synthetic biology’ 
2019 Symposium on Molecular Microbial Pathogenesis – A European Tribute to Stanley Falkow
Read a wrap-up of the event here.
2018 Workshop – a retreat workshop with a number of presentations
2017 Workshop – at FEMS2017, EAM chaired the workshop ‘Bacterial Survival Strategies’
2016 Workshop – a retreat workshop with a number of presentations
2015 Special event – at FEMS2015, EAM chaired the special event ‘Microbiome and human health’
2014 Workshop – a retreat workshop with a number of presentations
2013 Workshop Infection Diagnostics and Infection Biology
2012 Seminar – a seminar addressing Coinfections was hosted by the European Academy of Microbiology (EAM) and the German National Academy of Sciences in Leopoldina. Ten speakers presented.  A Special Edition ‘Co-infections’ was produced by the EAM and EMF in FEMS Journal Pathogens and Disease. It included a total of 10 x mini reviews / research articles.
2011 Workshop – participation at the FEMS Congress 2011 included a 2 hour EAM/EMF-led Keynote Lecture and Roundtable Discussion on “Emerging Diseases — Pandemics, Drug Resistance and Vaccines”
2011 Article – the enemy within us: lessons from the 2011 European Escherichia coli O104:H4 outbreak

 

 

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