Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Reader in Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry Assistant Dean (Strategic) for International and Partnership (Birkbeck School of Science), Dept of Biological Sciences
Birkbeck School of Science , United Kingdom
Biography :

Dr. Sanjib Bhakta is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry, Strategic Dean (International and Partnership) and Programme Director of MRes Global Infectious Diseases at the Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck, University of London and UCL (http://www.bbk.ac. uk/biology/our-staff/academic/sanjib-bhakta). His continued research interest in infectious bacterial diseases (funded by Wellcome Trust, Medical Research Council, UK and EU) is focussed on developing novel therapeutics as well as repurposing existing drugs to tackle antibiotic resistance and persistence in tuberculosis (TB), a global health emergency. He has published more than 100 original research articles for a number of internationally acclaimed journals including J. Exp. Med., JBC, Tuberculosis, Biochem. J., J. Antimicrob. Chemotherapy, FEBS J, Molecular Microbiology, British Medical Journal, PLOS, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry and Nature Sci Report.

OCM Member
Scientist , virology
Kuwait Institute for scientific research , Kuwait
Biography :

Ebtesam Al-Ali obtained her BSC in 1993 from Kuwait University Worked for Kuwait University as Research Assistant, then joined KISR on October 5, 1993 and led six projects; she has published more than 25 papers in reputed journals and international conferences. Her field of experience, in plant virus detection, primer design, cloning and sequencing, ELISA, DNA Extraction, PCR Amplification, RCA Rolling Circle Amplification, TYLCV detection on tomatoes, also trained twice in the University of Wisconsin Madison under the supervision of Prof. Amy Charkowski. As well as University of Washington state under supervision of Pro.Hanu Pappu.

Research Interest :

Phylogeonography and Molecular Characterization of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus in Kuwait Phylogeonography and Molecular Characterization of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus in Kuwait

OCM Member
pulmonologist, pulmonologist
King Salman Military Hospital , Saudi Arabia
OCM Member
Microbiology and immunology
University of Texas at Austin , USA
Biography :

My research focuses on understanding of immune response to West Nile virus infection in protection and pathogenesis. West Nile virus, a vector-borne pathogen, has resulted in annual outbreaks of viral encephalitis in North America since 1999. Using a murine infection model, myMy research focuses on understanding of immune response to West Nile virus infection in protection and pathogenesis. West Nile virus, a vector-borne pathogen, has resulted in annual outbreaks of viral encephalitis in North America since 1999. Using a murine infection model, my current work explores immune factors contributing to the development of long-lasting protective immunity against West Nile virus. Aging is a known risk factor for West Nile virus induced encephalitis. The decline in immunity seen in the elderly is one of the significant contributors to the increased risk of infection. My lab also studies whether the dysfunction of immune factors in aged mice leads to a defective adaptive immunity.My research focuses on understanding of immune response to West Nile virus infection in protection and pathogenesis. West Nile virus, a vector-borne pathogen, has resulted in annual outbreaks of viral encephalitis in North America since 1999. Using a murine infection model, my current work explores immune factors contributing to the development of long-lasting protective immunity against West Nile virus. Aging is a known risk factor for West Nile virus induced encephalitis. The decline in immunity seen in the elderly is one of the significant contributors to the increased risk of infection. My lab also studies whether the dysfunction of immune factors in aged mice leads to a defective adaptive immunity.My research focuses on understanding of immune response to West Nile virus infection in protection and pathogenesis. West Nile virus, a vector-borne pathogen, has resulted in annual outbreaks of viral encephalitis in North America since 1999. Using a murine infection model, my current work explores immune factors contributing to the development of long-lasting protective immunity against West Nile virus. Aging is a known risk factor for West Nile virus induced encephalitis. The decline in immunity seen in the elderly is one of the significant contributors to the increased risk of infection. My lab also studies whether the dysfunction of immune factors in aged mice leads to a defective adaptive immunity. Aging is a known risk factor for West Nile virus induced encephalitis. The decline in immunity seen in the elderly is one of the significant contributors to the increased risk of infection. My lab also studies whether the dysfunction of immune factors in aged mice leads to a defective adaptive immunity.

OCM Member
Associate Professor
University of Maryland , USA
Biography :

Dr. Debabrata Biswas is an Assistant Professor of Food Safety in the Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, and Center for Food safety and Security Systems at the University of Maryland-College Park, MD. Dr. Biswas is a bacteriologist and has committed to develop crosscutting research programs in foodborne bacterial infection control and food safety area. His research focuses on developing alternatives to sub-therapeutic (growth promoting) and therapeutic (animal disease control) and mitigate the emerging issue of antibiotic resistance bacterial pathogens in farm animal production system. His research also target to define the colonization mechanism of foodborne zoonotic bacterial pathogens their in animal reservoirs and the mechanism by which pathogens become resistance against antimicrobial components. He also investigates the role of natural products in control of foodborne bacterial colonization in animals and mechanism of antimicrobial activity of these components.

Research Interest :

His research focuses on developing alternatives to sub-therapeutic (growth promoting) and therapeutic (animal disease control) and mitigate the emerging issue of antibiotic resistance bacterial pathogens in farm animal production system. His research also target to define the colonization mechanism of foodborne zoonotic bacterial pathogens their in animal reservoirs

OCM Member
scientist, bacteriology
AGROCAMPUS OUEST , France
Biography :

Gwénaël Jan research activity focuses on the “2-in-1” properties of selected strains of dairy bacteria, both as starters for fermented dairy products, and as probiotic beneficial microbes. Following a PhD in Rennes University and Post-doc in Aberdeen Institute of Medical Sciences, he joined INRA in 1998 to study probiotic abilities of dairy propionibacteria. In close collaboration with INSERM, Pasteur Institute, Rennes University Hospital, as well as with dairy industry stakeholders, he develops a research activity spanning from food technology and molecular microbiology to preclinical and clinical investigations

OCM Member
Microbiology and Immunology
National Research Center in Egypt , Egypt
Biography :

National Research Center, Dept. Zoonotic Diseases, 2004 Prof. of Microbiology & Immunology- up till now • Faculty of Biotechnology, Misr University for Science and Technology, 2006 Par- time • Prof. and Supervisor on biotechnology of microbial agent & Immunology Section • National Research Center, Dept. Parasitology and Animal Diseases, 1997-2000, Chair • Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, 1981-1997, Par-time Prof. and Supervisor on Immunology Section • Faculty of Science, Monifiay University, 2012-2015, Par-time Prof. and Lecturer of post graduate on Immunology • National Research Center, 1990- up till now, Prof. of Microbiology & Immunology • National Research Center, 1985, Assoc. Prof. • National Research Center, 1981, Researcher • National Research Center, 1979, Ass. Lecturer • National Research Center, 1977, Ass. Researcher

Research Interest :

National Research Center, Dept. Parasitology and Animal Diseases, 1997-2000, Chair

OCM Member
Ain Shams Univeristy. , Egypt

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