Welcome to Microbiology Conferences

Upcoming Microbiology Conferences

Microbiology Conferences 2017

Microbiology Conferences 2018

Conferenceseries Destinations

Target Audience for Microbiology Conferences 

All the Microbiology conferences are planned intricately, such that researchers and participants can attend the conferences across the globe. We have conferences in Asia-Pacific, Europe, UK, USA, and Canada. Interested participants can choose the area of the conferences according to their ease. The conferences primarily focus on the researchers and students in the multi-disciplinary field of Microbiology and it’s Applied fields. The target audiences are not only limited to the sub-fields of Microbiology, as it also includes researchers in the fields of Bio-Engineering, Manufacturing, Laboratory and Medical Technologists, consultants and suppliers of laboratory instruments, environmental monitoring products, apart from the Business Development, Marketing and Sales personnel.

The primary focus of the conference is to provide a common platform to the Microbiology Scientists, Researchers, Bacteriologists, Virologists, Infection control clinicians, Microbiology Associations and Societies, Faculty like Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Young Researchers, and students working in the field of Microbiology, Microbiology Physicians, Pathologists, Veterinary Microbiologists, Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies, Medical and molecular microbiologists and public health officials, healthcare experts of at-risk patients, inter-disciplinary microbial scientists, young researchers, delegates from Academies, Institutes & Industries besides the professionals from microbiological companies and healthcare sectors. 

Benefits of Attending CME/CPD/CE Conferences

All our Microbiology conferences are accredited either with CME Credits or CPD Credits. The Continuing medical education (CME) is a specific form of continuing education (CE) that is essential to the medical personnel to develop and learn new techniques in the research in their area of research interest. While Continuing Professional Development (CPD) helps the researchers manage, learn and grow their techniques and approaches through the networking. CPD credits help you in keeping the skills and knowledge updated.

There are many benefits in attending a CE-accredited conference. Few of them are:

·         Networking opportunities

·         Introduction of new ideas, approaches, and techniques

·         Facilitated discussion

·         Workshops and debates

·         Live interaction with field experts

·         Getting to know the nitty-gritty of the research being discussed

Conferences offer resources for education and friendships; with numerous conferences, the choosing can be difficult and challenging. Hence, it is essential to look out for the tentative program, committee members and previous conference details. Try combining business and traveling by opting for a destination CME/ CPD conference and embrace the given common platform by learning new techniques, forming camaraderie and exploring new places. Conferences have a lot to offer.

Benefits of attending CME Conferences: CME conferences are essential not only to learn and grow our technological knowledge; rather it is also crucial for various medical and health care practitioners to renew their medical licenses. There is a requirement of a specific number of credits for renewal of licenses. These credits also help these practitioners while during their evaluations and promotions.

Benefits of attending CPD/CE Conferences: Attending a CPD accredited conference, seminar or a workshop helps the employee, researcher, or the employer in numerous ways. It helps the employees stay updated on the new technologies, helps them expertise in a particular technique/techniques, adds to their confidence, and helps in accomplishing larger targets.

Market Value of Microbiology

Microbiology market is growing at a fast pace. Microbiology global market in 2015 was $4.78 billion is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6% to reach $6.78 billion by 2021. With increasing public health awareness and the gradual and fast-paced advances in the health care industry, the Microbiology market is booming globally due to the factors like, antibiotic resistance,  emerging outbreaks, epidemics and endemics,  technological advancements, awareness of infectious diseases, re-emergence of the pathogenic microbes causing the prevalence of infectious diseases, and increase the funding of research and research grants & investments in the field of microbiology.

Market Value of Microbiology in the USA:

The USA and Canada, combined had the largest share in the global microbiology market, accounting to $1600 million in 2015, and is expected to reach $2100.8 million by 2020, from 2015 to 2020. The USA had the largest share of 84% in the Microbiology market accounting to $1450 million in 2015 and is expected to reach $1980.6 million by 2020, in the years of 2015 to 2020.

Market Value of Microbiology in Europe:

Europe stood second in the global microbiology market in 2016 and is a prominent market due to wide acceptance of new technologies and innovative approaches, including supportive government policies, genome-based diagnostic techniques, and numerous medical, molecular, immunological procedures performed across the region. Europe also boasts of numerous biotechnologies, pharmaceutical, and molecular diagnostic companies. The European Microbiology market had the second largest share of 38% in the global Microbiology market in 2016.

Market Value of Microbiology in Asia-Pacific and Middle-East:

Asia-Pacific is fast catching up the Global Microbiology market and is one of the crucial regions for Microbiology market. With low costs for research and development and high manpower, most of the industries prefer Asia-Pacific for most of the new approaches and manufacturing. With, Japan being the 3rd largest economy in the world and also the high-tech powerhouse economy of Asia-Pacific, followed by China, Singapore, Australia and India, Asia-Pacific is growing to be the most technologically and economically valuable. The Asian microbiology market is growing gradually with China commanding 53% at an estimated $177.1 million in 2013, and is projected to reach $334.5 million by 201 8, growing at a CAGR of 14.2%.