To support phage research and therapy in Europe, ‘Phages for Human Application Group Europe’ (P.H.A.G.E.), an international non-profit organisation, was founded on July 16, 2009.
This organisation aims to develop a specific regulatory framework for phage therapy in Europe. Members of P.H.A.G.E. share an interest in the development of phage knowledge and phage application (prophylactic as well as therapeutic).
Although members can originate from EU member states or from abroad, P.H.A.G.E. will mainly focus on EU-related issues. The work area includes activities on the European health policy level. Members are typically scientists, medical doctors, and specialists in the fields of health economics and legal, regulatory or quality control matters.
Viruses of Microbes 2012, 20 juli, afternoon schedule
This EMBO conference in Brussels will address the diversity, evolution, ecology and environmental impact of microbial viruses, the most abundant biological entities on Earth. New developments in fundamental, (bio)technological, industrial and medical aspects of virus research will be discussed.
EuroPhages2012: Bacteriophage in Medicine, Food and Biotechnology
2nd Oxford Bacteriophage Conference
24-26 September 2012, St Hilda's College, Oxford, UK
Dr Muhammad Sohail is pleased to invite you to attend EuroPhages2012 as a speaker, poster presenter or a delegate. EuroPhages2012 will address research and commercial applications of bacteriophage in academic and industrial laboratories. They anticipate that this event will bring together research leaders to discuss the latest trends and developments in bacteriophage applications.
Nina Chanishvili and her team would like to invite you to the conference "Bacteriophages and probiotics - alternatives to antibiotics", which will be held in Tbilisi, Georgia on July 1-4, 2012.
For the details, please, read the attached file.