2nd Asia Skin Microbiome Congress (線上活動)

2nd Asia Skin Microbiome Congress (線上活動)

Global Engage will be hosting the virtual 2nd Asia Skin Microbiome Congress. A spin-off from our Asia’s Microbiome series that has been around since 2015, the event is set to bring skin microbiome experts virtually on the 2-3 March 2021.


Following the success of the Asia Skin Microbiome 2.0 Congress, Global Engage is pleased to announce the 2nd Asia Skin Microbiome Congress. This congress is co-hosted with the Agency of Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and Skin Research Institute of Singapore (SRIS).

This year the Asia Skin Microbiome Congress is being held virtually. The platform we have chosen is designed to facilitate collaboration between the multiple stakeholders who attend this meeting. 

Access 20+ presentations to discover more about the latest scientific, technological and commercialisation trends and learn how they are driving forward skin microbiome research. Presentations address host-microbe interactionskin diseaseemerging technologiesinterventional and cosmetic advances, and regulatory considerations. Plus, your pass includes access to the concurrent Maternal and Infant Heath Congress: Asia.


How You Will Benefit

This programme creates a collaborative environment in which you can create enduring relationships across the full range of skin microbiome research.

  • Discover the latest research into commensal fungi of the mammalian skin
  • Assess the role of the human skin microbiome in precision health
  • Get the latest insights on successful strategies to commercialise Skin Microbiome Research
  • Discover how electrogenic skin bacteria will become novel probiotics for treatments of human diseases
  • Explore a radical shift in the beauty industry, which is seeking to be increasingly pro-bacterial
  • Learn from research applied to atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, fungal-associated diseases and co-infecting microbes that promote chronic wound infection
  • Build on existing partnerships and create new collaborations across industry & academia