Welcome to the UK Probiotics Conference 2015 website. Royal Holloway, University of London are proud to present The UK Probiotics Conference 2015. Here you will find everything you need to know about the conference, the first of its kind to be held in the UK.
If you are considering attending this conference, you will already know that the field of probiotics has now expanded beyond all expectations over the last two decades. Ever-growing clinical and field data suggesting beneficial effects of probiotics in humans and animals has lead to the increase of related products on the market, from simple health food supplements to established brands. Underlying this is the growing awareness of the link between gut health and the intestinal flora.
The conference will be held over 2.5 days and will comprise of 5 or 6 themed sessions of 20-30 minute talks, a poster session including a 'best poster' award, networking breaks, a trade stand exhibition, meals, social events and entertainment. 3 nights en-suite campus accommodation is included in the registration fee. Please refer to the Full Schedule for more detail.
We are grouping talks around the following themes:
- Gut Microbiota and Gut Microbiome – Human Health
- Gut Microbiota and Gut Microbiome – Animal Health
- Probiotics: Human Health & Diseases/Allergies
- Veterinary Products, Aquaculture and Companion Animals
- Product Development
If you are interested in submitting a request for a talk, please contact Professor Simon Cutting, as soon as possible.
The deadline for abstract submission is Friday 1st May 2015
Abstracts will be considered for either an oral or poster presentation. During registration you will be given the choice of oral or poster presentation. If you would like to be considered for an oral presentation then please contact Simon Cutting asap with a talk title. The deadline for inclusion of an abstract in the conference book is Friday 1st May 2015. After this, publication cannot be guaranteed. Instructions for preparation of abstracts are given below. The Organising Committee will take the final decision on the acceptance and form of the presentation. Notifications will be sent by email to the corresponding author.
You will be informed asap if your abstract is for poster presentation and assigned a number. Posters (100cm h X 70cm w) will be displayed on day 2 in the Windsor Building.
Guidelines for the preparation of abstracts:
Please submit a WORD file to the organiser: UKPC2015@rhul.ac.uk
Abstracts should be 1 page; 3cm margins top, bottom and each side. 1-line spacing and text justified.
Please use Arial Font point 11. 500 words maximum please!
- Title (bold). Authors and affiliations. (underline presenting author)
3 line space