Skin Microbiome Congress return to Boston with 2 exclusive tracks

Skin microbiome today is exploding with companies all over the world. Now we’re at a point where the awareness is so great that there’s almost like a tidal wave of interest in microbiome!” Mike Conti, Solabia.

2018 saw the microbiome move to the forefront of industry leaders minds who came together to exchange ideas at the Global Skin Microbiome Congress Series presented by Kisaco Research.

With the microbiome set to be the biggest trend in skincare for 2019, the SOLD OUT flagship congress return to Boston, building on success globally, and connecting over 650 industry leaders.

This year, the congress will take a deep-dive into the two key areas critical for success in this evolving field, with our 2 concurrent tracks of content. Track 1 will focus on developing a functional understanding of the microbiome, whereas track 2 will be focusing on building a commercially viable business.


Track 1: Developing a Functional Understanding of the Microbiome

Sessions in this track will explore the fundamental and translational research needed to drive the field forward. From methods and models used to develop a functional understanding of the microbiome, to clinical data supporting the role of the skin microbiome in inflammatory disease, this track is perfect for the dermatologists and R&D scientists in your team.


Track 2: Building a Commercially Viable Business

These sessions explore the practical implications of building a brand and launching products. From regulation, claims and communicating with the consumer, to navigating the challenges and opportunities in designing, formulating, preserving, manufacturing, packaging and delivering, this track is perfect for anyone looking to develop products that contain live bacteria, bacterial extracts, or post-biotic ingredients.

Speakers confirmed include; S-Biomedic, Ghent Univerisyt, ElSI Skin Health, Mother Dirt, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Alice Communications, Gallinee, Azitra and more.

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Kisaco Research (more information, website)