Reasons to support FEMS 2017

​​FEMS 2017:

The 7th Congress of European Microbiologists (FEMS 2017) is one of the leading meetings of its kind and will connect thousands of microbiologists from around the world. 

The Congress, organized by FEMS, will feature symposia and workshops led by prominent scientists in their respective fields. The goal of this essential international gathering is to provide a comprehensive forum for the exploration and discussion of various topics in medical microbiology. Key disciplines including molecular approaches, biodiversity, bioremediation, eukaryotic microbes, virology and others will be examined in order to advance our understanding of current and future challenges. 

Europe's premier microbiology congress will take place 9-13 July in Valencia, Spain. This is your chance to experience the breakthrough scientific program on hot topics in microbiology led by international experts from across the field.

FEMS 2017 is your opportunity to:

  • Advance the understanding of current and future challenges in the study of microbiology

  • Learn from world renowned speakers and researchers presenting their latest research and findings​​​

  • Enhance your knowledge by taking part in our numerous symposia and workshops discussing the state of the art in microbiology 

  • Partake in interesting forums for interdisciplinary dialogue between various microbiological specialties as well as discussions on key disciplines.

Experience Valencia, with its mix of old world charm and modern exuberance and the resources of one of the world's top universities.​

Early Career Scientists are an integral part of FEMS and as such, grants are available for assistance in covering parts of congress costs to early career FEMS participants. Details are available on the FEMS 2017 congress website.​

Your participation in FEMS 2017 guarantees that you can be part of sharing knowledge and maximizing communication to impact the study of microbiology.

​See you in Valencia, olé!​​

STATISTICS FROM FEMS​ 2015, Maastricht