Calendar of conference presentations

You can see and meet us at the following conferences where we will present our results

 

Future:

I. Rychlik, “Interest in competitive exclusion approach to optimize poultry flock performance and health”, AFMA SYMPOSIUM 2022, October 18-19, 2022, South Africa, on-line conference

 

I. Rychlik, How to select novel types of probiotics? 14th Host Pathogen Interaction Forum, November 07-10, 2022, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

 

Past:

I. Rychlik, “Environmental impact on differential composition of gut microbiota in indoor chickens in commercial production and outdoor, backyard chickens”,  September 5– 8, 2022, 5th International Caparica Conference in Antibiotic Resistance 2022, Caparica, Portugal

 

I. Rychlik, “Is competitive exclusion a useful new technology?”, August 22-24, 2022, 33rd Poultry Symposium, Cambridge, UK

 

D. Karasova, „Host Species Adaptation of Obligate Gut Anaerobes is Dependent on Their Environmental Survival“ (poster), 20-22 June 2023, 15th International Scientific Conference On Probiotics, Prebiotics, Gut Microbiota And Health – IPC2022, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

M. Zeman, „Metabolism of Selected Members of Chicken Gut Microbiota In vivo“, 20-22 June 2023, 15th International Scientific Conference On Probiotics, Prebiotics, Gut Microbiota And Health – IPC2022, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

M. Crhanova, „Comparison of Gut Microflora of Indoor Chickens in Commercial Production and Outdoor, Backyard Chickens“, 20-22 June 2023, 15th International Scientific Conference On Probiotics, Prebiotics, Gut Microbiota And Health – IPC2022, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

I. Rychlik, “Identifying the members of the chicken gut microbiota that can restrict Salmonella colonisation”, June 21-22, 2022,  5th Annual industry-leading conference on the Animal Microbiome, Boston, USA

 

I. Rychlik, “Microbiota in poultry”, March 28-29, 2022, 8th International Akademie Fresenius Feed Conference “EU Green Deal and Animal Nutrition Strategies – What comes next?”, Mainz, Germany, on-line conference