HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Rome, Italy or Virtually from your home or work.

2nd Edition of International Conference

and Expo on Clinical Microbiology

June 23-24, 2023 | Rome, Italy

ICCM 2022

Jawad Alzeer, Speaker at Clinical Micro Events
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Jawad Alzeer, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Attempts to improve prevention and develop cures are highly appreciated. Indeed, many approaches and models to prevent and cure diseases have been developed and pursued. However, a major challenge in research is to improve the effectiveness of existing drugs. For this purpose, ma [....] » Read More

Giuseppina Mandalari, Speaker at Medical Microbiology Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Giuseppina Mandalari, University of Messina, Italy

Given the increased antimicrobial resistance, global effort is currently focused on the identification of novel compounds, both of natural and chemical origin. In immunocompetent subjects, Candida spp. are responsible for mucosal infections, including thrush and vaginitis, which [....] » Read More

Muhammad Morshed, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Muhammad Morshed, University of British Columbia, Canada

The SARS-CoV-2 virus causes COVID-19 disease, which was first diagnosed in late December 2019 among a few people with unknown respiratory illness in Wuhan city, Hubei province, China.  Presumably this virus jumped from a natural host to human, and that occurred in one of the [....] » Read More

Fei Deng, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Fei Deng, University of New South Wales, Australia

Waterborne pathogens, such as Cryptosporidium parvum, pose a major threat to public health globally, and this requires screening of drinking and environmental water for low number of contaminating microbes. However, current detection approaches generally require trained experts w [....] » Read More

Xu Yang, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Xu Yang, Shanghai University of Medicine and Health Sciences, China

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), was declared a pandemic. Questions about non-responders to SARS-CoV-2 vaccines remain unaddressed. Here, we report data from people after administering the complete dose of SAR [....] » Read More

Abduh Murshed, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Abduh Murshed, Tongji University, China

Ferroptosis is a form of regulated cell death characterized by iron-dependent accumulation of lipid hydroperoxide to lethal levels. YAP has been reported to play a pivotal role in controlling ferroptotic death, and the expression of YAP is enhanced and stabilized by O-GlcNAcylati [....] » Read More

Andrey Dmitrovskiy, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Andrey Dmitrovskiy, Almaty city infectious hospital, Kazakhstan

The problem of Listeriosis is quite acute in the world. At the same time, in literature, Listeriosis is usually associated with a severe intestinal infection. As a result of more than 30 years of Listeriosis studying in Kazakhstan (the manual on Listeriosis we published in 1995, [....] » Read More

Abderrahmen Merghni, Speaker at Medical Microbiology Online Event
Oral Presentation
Abderrahmen Merghni, University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia

Turpentine essential oil (TEO) is a commercially available product having various application due to its ethno-botanical and ethnopharmacological properties. In the present study, we performed chemical composition of TEO by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS). Further, T [....] » Read More

Marat Syzdykov, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Events
Oral Presentation
Marat Syzdykov, National Science Center for Extremely Dangerous Infections, Kazakhstan

The first cases of COVID-19 in Kazakhstan were imported on March 13, 2020 to the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan from Germany and Italy. After March 20, cases of COVID-2019 began to be registered in other regions of the country. To assess the spatial patterns of the spread of CO [....] » Read More

Jayaweera Arachchige Asela Sampath Jayaweera, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Events
Oral Presentation
Jayaweera Arachchige Asela Sampath Jayaweera, Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

Aim: Worldwide, an estimated 2 billion healthy people carry Staphylococcus aureus (SA) and of these, up to 53 million are thought to carry methicillin-resistant SA (MRSA). MRSA bacteremia patients are more critical to manage and timely introduction of antibiotics is life-saving. [....] » Read More

Shikhar Tripathi, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shikhar Tripathi, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, India

CSF escape is an uncommon phenomenon seen in patients where there is discordance in Plasma and CSF viral load. Its presentation can vary from being asymptomatic to cognitive dysfunction and can also be associated with opportunistic CNS infection. Opsoclonus Myoclonus Ataxia is ve [....] » Read More

Chandan Kumar, Speaker at Disease Diagnostics Update Meetings
Oral Presentation
Chandan Kumar, AIIMS, India

During the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, sundry dermatological conditions related to COVID-19 pneumonia have been published. COVID-19 primarily affects the respiratory system, but secondarily it also affects the heart, kidney, brain, skin, spinal cord, etc. Herpes Zoster [....] » Read More

Vijay Prabha, Speaker at Bacteriology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Vijay Prabha, Panjab University, India

The concept of infertility as a result of asymptomatic microbial colonization of the female reproductive tract has been neglected to date. However, increasing incidence of infertility and advanced research has drawn attention towards this idea. Many of these micro-organisms have [....] » Read More

Anderson Rodrigues dos Santos, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Virtual Events
Oral Presentation
Anderson Rodrigues dos Santos, Federal University of Uberlândia, Brazil

Bridging Centrality (BriCe) is a popular measure that combines the Betweenness centrality and Bridging coefficient metrics to characterize nodes acting as a bridge among clusters. However, there were no implementations of the BriCe plugin that can be readily used in the GEPHI so [....] » Read More

Amira Awad Moawad, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Congress
Oral Presentation
Amira Awad Moawad, Federal Research Institute for Animal Health, Germany

In animal husbandry, acute and chronic staphylococcal mastitis cause massive financial losses for the producer due to the reduced milk yield of the infected cow, price reductions due to reduced milk quality up to a ban on milk sales and significantly increased premature loss of a [....] » Read More

Yinghui Huang, Speaker at Clinical Infectious Disease Conference
Oral Presentation
Yinghui Huang, Army Medical University, China

The dysfunctional gut-kidney axis forms a vicious circle, which eventually becomes a catalyst for the progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and occurrence of related complications. However, the pathogenic factors of CKD-associated intestinal dysfunction and its mechanism re [....] » Read More

Iti Saraav, Speaker at Medical Microbiology Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Iti Saraav, Washington University in St Louis, United States

Previous studies have shown that acute Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii) infection in mice causes microbial dysbiosis and ileitis both of which return to normal condition during chronic infection. There are studies in the field that suggest latent toxoplasmosis play role in the patho [....] » Read More

Adnan Alrubaye, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Adnan Alrubaye, University of Arkansas, United States

We have isolated Staphylococcus agnetis from lame birds and used one isolate to induce lameness in broilers, which resulted in 50-60% of lameness. In addition, we are identifying the virulence factors in S. agnetis, so we can understand the pathogenicity of this emerging pathogen [....] » Read More

Noha Tharwat Abou El Khier, Speaker at Medical Microbiology Conferences
Poster Presentation
Noha Tharwat Abou El Khier, Mansoura University, Egypt

Objectives: Antibiotic resistance is a serious issue facing clinicians all over the world. Vancomycin- resistant enterococci (VRE) are amongst the most common resistant pathogens that are isolated from patients suffering from infections in our locality. New antimicrobial agents s [....] » Read More

Luana Lorena Silva Rodrigues, Speaker at Medical Microbiology Conferences
Poster Presentation
Luana Lorena Silva Rodrigues, Federal University of Western Pará, Brazil

Published scientific data on human papillomavirus (HPV) are predominantly related to genital infection. Studies on anal HPV, diversity and concordance with genital infection are scarce. Cervical cancer screening might contribute to the prevention of anal cancer in women as second [....] » Read More

Adriano Alberti, Speaker at Clinical Conferences
Poster Presentation
Adriano Alberti, Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina, Brazil

At the end of 2019, a new disease with pandemic potential appeared in China. It was a novel coronavirus called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Later, in the first quarter of 2020, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of this disease a pandemic. Elderly people, [....] » Read More

A Guillermo Bracamonte, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Congress
Poster Presentation
A Guillermo Bracamonte, National University of Cordoba, Argentina

In this presentation it is showed Research and Development related with the design and synthesis of Ultraluminescent Nano-emitters based on Metal Enhanced Fluorescence (MEF) phenomena. It is showed gold Core-shell Nanoparticles with silica spacers and modified Fluorescent Silica [....] » Read More

AC Matin, Speaker at Clinical Microbiology Events
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
AC Matin, Stanford University, United States

Bacteria like Escherichia coli cause disease but are also beneficial in resource regeneration. Its UPEC strain causes cystitis, which is treated by gentamicin. The protein ss, encoded by the rpoS gene, controls E. coli resistance to antimicrobial agents. We discovered that rpoS d [....] » Read More

Dimple Sethi Chopra, Speaker at Virtual Microbiology Events
Oral Presentation
Dimple Sethi Chopra, Punjabi University, India

Staphylococcus and Pseudomonas spp. are the most common cause of infection in patients suffering burn injuries.As burn patients have lost their primary protective barrier ie skin, they are susceptible to colonization by both endogenous and exogenous micro-organisms. The thermal i [....] » Read More

Hem Chandra Jha, Speaker at Virtual Microbiology Events
Oral Presentation
Hem Chandra Jha, Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India

The COVID-19 pandemic has gravely affected people of all age groups globally. However, one of our studies concerning data of the initial days of the COVID-19 pandemic revealed that population groups of 20-49 years and 50 years above were most vulnerable to infection. Higher popul [....] » Read More

P Hema Prakash Kumari, Speaker at Immunology Conferences
Oral Presentation
P Hema Prakash Kumari, GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, India

Clinical laboratories have been playing a pivotal role in understanding biology, disease and molecular medicine. Approximately 70% of the decisions regarding a patient’s diagnosis and treatment are based on laboratory results. Clinical Microbiology Laboratories have been r [....] » Read More

Jan Mohammad Mir, Speaker at Medical Microbiology Events
Oral Presentation
Jan Mohammad Mir, Islamic University of Science and Technology, India

This work aims to define the use of spectroscopic technique in the covid-19 detection. As the world is looking for the most reliable technique to testify coronavirus related sampling. From the dawn covid times started, the most dangerous component of covid detection has been the [....] » Read More

Rebecca Pratiti, Speaker at Immunology Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Rebecca Pratiti, McLaren HealthCare, United States

Epidemic outbreaks are a part of population and public health. The epidemiological triad of host, agent and environment are changing in their interaction with each other in recent years. Urbanization and deforestation cause closer contact with animal host, insect vectors and high [....] » Read More

Miguel Cruz, Speaker at Cancer Microbiology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Miguel Cruz, Mexican Social Security Institute., Mexico

Background.  The last national survey of health and nutrition in Mexico (2020) reported a prevalence of obesity of 18.6% and 17.0% in children and adolescents, respectively. Although recently, we evidenced a negative association of serum enzymatic activity of salivary (AMY1) [....] » Read More

Miguel Vazquez Moreno, Speaker at Immunology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Miguel Vazquez Moreno, Mexican Social Security Institute, Mexico

Background.  The last national survey of health and nutrition in Mexico (2020) reported a prevalence of obesity of 18.6% and 17.0% in children and adolescents, respectively. Although recently, we evidenced a negative association of serum enzymatic activity of salivary (AMY1) [....] » Read More

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