One World, One Health

Sharing a World with Bacteria

Keynotes & Conferences | Roundtables | B2B Meetings | Poster Session

BacTouBac is back with a new edition dedicated to “One world, One Health: Sharing a World with Bacteria”. This second edition takes a “One Health” perspective across the medical, veterinary and environmental sectors.
Through 2-day conferences, debates and matchmaking sessions, join us to meet your future partners and initiate your new collaborative projects.

Editorial

Liberto Yubero, President of the Cancer-Bio-Santé Cluster organizer of BacTouBac

Two years after the first edition of BacTouBac, the second meeting will take place on December 11th and 12th, dedicated to microbiology field, which currently offers a real potential for innovation and presents many challenges.
It is throughout the Occitanie Region that the microbiology field is developing and strengthening. While the fight against antimicrobial resistance remains the major public health issue that is urgently awaiting solutions, the interest in the microbial world is part of a broader approach, especially given the preponderant role of tissue microbiota in our health. Interest in microorganisms also opens up great opportunities for developing biological tools as a source of new industrial applications. It is also in this broader context that the interactions between human, animal and environmental health are analysed.
BacTouBac is therefore an event towards which scientific, clinical and entrepreneurial interests converge, and to which innovation plays a fundamental role.
To address the exchanges between all these sectors, academic, medical, veterinary and environment, two days are necessary in order to reinforce the existing relations and to form future collaborations. For this purpose, a business convention is organized and regional and national investors will participate.
Similar to the first edition, the Cancer-Bio-Santé Cluster team is holding this event with decisive commitment of members of its multidisciplinary Organizing Committee where academics, public and private researchers, clinicians and representatives of institutions, local authorities and entrepreneurs of biotechnology companies. In addition, thanks to the sponsors convinced of the interest of such an event, we wish to make this second edition of BacTouBac a key event of the microbiology field.
My thanks go to them and the positive benefits of BacTouBac 2018 success will be also to them.

Liberto YUBERO, President of the Cancer-Bio-Santé Cluster

Speakers

Alex VAN BELKUM

Alex VAN BELKUM

Scientific Director of Microbiology Research - bioMerieux - Lyon - France

Marie-Cécile PLOY

Marie-Cécile PLOY

Head of the Microbiology Dpt, Limoges Hospital, Head of Unit UMR Inserm 1092 & Coordinator of EU-JAMRAI - Limoges - France

Wouter DE JONGE

Wouter DE JONGE

Chair of Experimental Neurogastroenterology, Department of Gastroenterology - Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam - Netherlands

Florence Séjourné

Florence Séjourné

CEO DA VOLTERRA & President BEAM Alliance - Paris - France

Patrice COURVALIN

Patrice COURVALIN

Emeritus Professor, MD, Department of Microbiology - Institut Pasteur - Paris - France

Giulia MARCHETTI

Giulia MARCHETTI

Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases, MD, Dept of Health Sciences - Clinic of Infectious Diseases - University of Milan - Italy

Laurent ALRIC

Laurent ALRIC

PU-PH, Head of Department of Internal Medicine-Digestive Center - Clinical & Research Unit for Viral Hepatitis - Toulouse Hospital - France

Alain BAULARD

Alain BAULARD

Director of Research - Inserm, Institut Pasteur of Lille - France

Fabienne PETIT

Fabienne PETIT

Professor of Microbiology, Microbial Ecology, Department of Continental and Coastal Morphodynamic Biology - UMR CNRS M2C - University of Rouen - France

Francis MEGRAUD

Francis MEGRAUD

Professor of Bacteriology, Laboratory of Bacteriology - Bordeaux Hospital - France

Christine MIOSSEC

Christine MIOSSEC

Scientific Manager for Antiinfectives Global Research and Medical Division - Vetoquinol, Paris - France

Sylvie CLAEYSEN

Sylvie CLAEYSEN

Research Scientist - Inserm - Institute of Functional Genomics, Montpellier - France

Matteo SERINO

Matteo SERINO

Research Associate - Inserm UMR1220 -Digestive Health Research Institute, Toulouse, France

Gabriel Ahmad KHODR

Gabriel Ahmad KHODR

Scientist / Manager - International Microbiology Department, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Paris - France

Carole IAMPIETRO

Carole IAMPIETRO

GeT-PlaGe Platform - INRA Occitanie-Toulouse – France

Pierre MONSAN

Pierre MONSAN

Emeritus Professor INSA Toulouse & Founding Director Toulouse White Biotechnology- TWB - France

Jacques AMAR

Jacques AMAR

PU-PH, Cardiologist at Hospital Toulouse and Co-founder of Vaiomer – FRANCE

Marc LEMONNIER

Marc LEMONNIER

CEO and co-founder - Antabio - Labège, France

Stéphane RENARD

Stéphane RENARD

Research Project Head, antibacterials - EVOTEC-ID, Lyon - France

Benjamin LELOUVIER

Benjamin LELOUVIER

Chief Scientific Officer, Vaiomer - Labège - France

Odile SECHOY-BALUSSOU

Odile SECHOY-BALUSSOU

Director Research Development and Innovation - Toulouse Hospital - France

Emmanuel PETIOT

Emmanuel PETIOT

CEO - Deinove - Montpellier - France

Jean-Michel PETIT

Jean-Michel PETIT

Partner - Irdi Soridec Gestion, Toulouse - France

Franck LESCURE

Franck LESCURE

Partner - ELAIA Partners, Paris - France

Laurent CAMBUS

Laurent CAMBUS

Delegate for Innovation - Bpifrance Occitanie, Toulouse - France

BacTouBac 2018 Days Program

HoursSessionSpeakersStructure
8h30-9hWelcome coffee
9h-9h30Opening remarks
9h30-12h45SESSION "Bacteria Among Us and Around Us" - Interest and activities of tissue microbiota
9h30Keynote "The dark matter in our gut : implications for disease throughout life"Wouter DE JONGE ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER (AMC) – NETHERLANDS
10h15"From metabolism to infections to metabolism : the microbial vicious circle"Matteo SERINO INSERM - Digestive Health Research Institute - France
10h35"The role of Helicobacter pylori and possible role of gastric microbiota in gastric cancer"Francis MEGRAUD Bordeaux Hospital - France
10h55Coffee break
11h15"Microbiota : a new culprit for Alzheimer's disease"Sylvie CLAEYSEN INSERM IGF - FRANCE
11h35"Understanding the skin Microbiome: from bench research to clinical and cosmetic relevance"Gabriel Ahmad KHODR L’Oréal - France
11h55Roundtable debateWouter DE JONGE , Francis MEGRAUD , Sylvie CLAEYSEN , Matteo SERINO , Gabriel Ahmad KHODR , Benjamin LELOUVIER Vaiomer - Bordeaux hospital - L'Oréal - Inserm, IRSD - Academic Medical Center - Inserm IGF
12h45-13h30LUNCH - POSTERS
13h30-14h30B2B MEETING
14h30-17h45SESSION "One Health, One World" - Antibiotic resistance in human, animal and environmental health
14h30KEYNOTE "Joint Action on AMR: Europe fostering synergies to keep antibiotics working"Marie-Cécile PLOY Inserm UMR 1092 - France
15h15"Innovation in AMR from European Biotechs : pipeline of the BEAM Alliance, Hopes and Challenges ahead"Florence Séjourné President BEAM Alliance, CEO Da Volterra - FRANCE
15h35"Why is antibiotic resistance an emerging disease ?"Patrice COURVALIN Institut Pasteur - FRANCE
15h55"Bacterial resistance in aquatic environment"Fabienne PETIT University of Rouen - FRANCE
16h15coffee break
16h35"An overview of the use of antimicrobial agents in veterinary medicine’’Christine MIOSSEC Vétoquinol - FRANCE
16h55Roundtable debatePierre MONSAN , Marc LEMONNIER , Stéphane RENARD , Emmanuel PETIOT , Jean-Michel PETIT EVOTEC, ANTABIO, IRDI SORIDEC GESTION, DEINOVE, TOULOUSE WHITE BIOTECHNOLOGY
HoursSessionSpeakersStructure
8h30-9hWelcome coffee
9h-12h30SESSION "New World, New Tools: Innovative technologies and novel clinical approaches"
9hKeynote "Is FAST susceptibility testing also GOOD susceptibility testing ?"Alex VAN BELKUM bioMerieux - FRANCE
9h45"Emerging genomic tools to study metagenomes"Carole IAMPIETRO GeT-PlaGe Platform - INRA Occitanie-Toulouse – France
10h05"Fecal microbiota transplantation : perspectives and realities in human diseases"Laurent ALRIC Toulouse hospital - FRANCE
10h25"The role of microbioma in HIV infection"Giulia MARCHETTI Clinic of Infectious Diseases - University of Milan - ITALY
10h45Coffee break
11h05"Reversing antibiotic resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis"Alain BAULARD Inserm, Institut Pasteur of Lille - FRANCE
11h25Roundtable debateAlex VAN BELKUM , Giulia MARCHETTI , Jacques AMAR , Odile SECHOY-BALUSSOU , Franck LESCURE , Laurent CAMBUS Toulouse hospital - Toulouse hospital - Elaia Partners - Bpifrance - University of Milan - BioMérieux
12h30-13h30Lunch
13h30-15h30B2B meeting
15h30-16hposter prize
16hconcluding meeting

Poster Submission

On December 12th, the BacTouBac 2018 poster will be designated by the Scientific Committee for the Poster Award session.

Poster Selection

Submission deadline for Posters – 31 October ! Following the selection of Scientific Committee, instructions regarding the manufacture and exhibition of posters will be sent to the selected authors.

Selection criteria

Scientific quality of the works presented and their adequacy with the topics will be the criteria of selection of the abstracts contributing to the poster BacTouBac 2018.

Poster topics

The submitted posters will have to deal with one or more following topics: antimicrobial resistance, microbiota, development of new tools. Download the poster submission guidelines for details of eligible work.

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