AMICI is an interdisciplinary microbiome research platform that links diverse Austrian scientific and medical societies.
Microorganisms are the dominant life forms on Earth and thrive in every possible ecosystem - including the human body.
AMICI aims to support, stimulate, network, and communicate microbiome research in Austria.
The new European Union’s Horizon 2020 project MicrobiomeSupport, coordinated by AMICI member Angela Sessitsch, held its kick-off meeting on 28 November 2018 in Ottawa, Canada.
A training course for medical doctors (in German) "Von Bauernhöfen, dem Mikrobiom und Allergien" will be organized by Prof. Erika Jensen-Jarolim on December 5th, 2018 in Vienna.
AMICI members Jillian Petersen, David Berry, and Martin Wagner participate in the 4th Umwelt im Gespräch: Mikrobiom und Umwelt: Wie der Mensch von "seinen" Bakterien abhängt, which is jointly org
AMICI members Christine Moissl-Eichinger, Christoph Högenauer, David Berry, and Alexander Loy are featured in the ORF3 TV documentary
Thomas Pradeu, Immunologe und Philosoph (Universite de Bordeaux) beschäftigt sich in seinem Vortrag The Microbiome, the Immune System, and Individuality: A Philosophical Examination damit, wie neue
Lecture by Brett Baker, University of Texas, USA at the Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vienna in the course of the DMES seminar series.
The 2nd AMICI Symposium and the 5th Theodor Escherich Symposium will take place as a Joint Symposium on November 8-9, 2018 at the Medical University of Graz, Austria.
The Austrian Proteomics and Metabolomics Research Symposium (APMRS 2018) will take place in Vienna. See here for further informations.
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Lecture by Jens Walter at the Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vie