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September 10/11 2021 – Hotel Kempinski, Berchtesgaden

 

This year’s program:

 

Thursday, September 09th 2021

  Dinner at a typical German “Almhütte”  
18:00   Start of the hiking trip  
18:30   Bus departure to the “Almhütte”  

  

 

Friday, September 10th 2021

  Welcome  
09:00 09:10 Welcome and Introduction  
09:10 10:30 Introduction round  
       
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break
       
  Session I  
       
11:00 11:25 The Promise of Microbiota Modulation during COVID-19 Pandemic Siew C. Ng, Hong Kong
11:25 11:55 Post Covid Syndrom Stefan Schreiber, Kiel
Thomas Bahmer
Florian Tran
11:55 12:25 Discussion round  
       
12:25 – 13:25 Buffet Lunch
       
  Session II  
       
13:25 13:50 The role of the gut-brain axis in acute and chronic neurodegeneration Arthur Johann Liesz, Munich
13:50 14:20 Microbiota and probiotics in adolescent anorexia nervosa Andreas Karwautz, Vienna
Eva-Maria Gröbner
14:20 14:50 Microbiome and multiple sclerosis
Host-microbiota interactions
Andre Franke, Corinna Bang, Malte Rühlemann, Kiel
14:50 15:20 Discussion round  
       
15:20– 15:40 Coffee Break  
       
  Session III  
       
15:40 16:10 Microbes leave a mark – host-microbiota interactions in malnutrition Philip Rosenstiel, Kiel
Magdalena Westermann
16:10 16:35 Psychobiotic Diet – Nutritional Modulation of the Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis? Kirsten Berding Harold, Ireland
16:35 17:00 Psychobiotics – Biotherapeutics for mental health Sabrina Mörkl, Graz
17:00 17:30 Discussion Round  
       
19:30 Dinner at PUR

 


Saturday, September 11th
2021

  Session IV  
       
09:00 09:25 Pancreatic function, inflammation, infected necrosis and the gut microbiome Fabian Frost, Greifswald
09:25 09:50 Identification of microbiome contributions to drug metabolism and toxicity Michael Zimmermann,
Heidelberg
09:50 10:20 Adaptation of microbial populations to the gut environment Martin Polz, Vienna
Xiaoqian Annie Yu
     
10:20 10:50 Discussion round  
       
10:50 – 11:20 Coffee Break
       
11:20 11:50 Microbiome management for improving human and plant health Gabriele Berg, Graz
Tomislav Czernava
11:50 12:15 A common loss-of-function variant in the sucrase-isomaltase gene is linked to a healthier metabolic profile in adult Greenlanders. Torben Hansen, Denmark
12:15 12:40 Application of single cell phenotyping and metabolomics in microbiome research Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Munich
12:40 13:05 Aging and the gut microbiota Karsten Kristiansen, Denmark
Fan Zhao
13:05 13:45 Discussion round/Final discussion/closing remarks  
       
13:45 Buffet Lunch

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