Since 1957, a meeting referred to as “ISOPOL”, for the “International Symposium on Problems of Listeria and Listeriosis”, has been held every three years in countries across the globe. Participants come from all over the world and this allows for cutting-edge exchanges and updates on a wide variety of topics related to Listeria and listeriosis. The topics range from disciplines such as epidemiology, diagnostics and typing methods, to genomics, post-genomics, fundamental microbiology, cell biology and pathogenesis.
The target audience includes scientists including students and post-docs, from academia, from the food industry and from public health agencies, i.e., fundamental microbiologists, food and medical microbiologists, veterinary microbiologists and public health specialists, as well as researchers in cell biology and immunology.
Register today for the 20th ISOPOL Symposium bringing together an international audience. Listeria experts come from all over the world and exchange information and give updates on a wide range of topics concerning Listeria and listeriosis including food safety, epidemiology, diagnostics, typing methods, genomics, post-genomics, fundamental microbiology, cell biology and pathogenesis.
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