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Bacterial Diseases 2020

About Conference

ME Conferences invites all the Nobel speakers, delegates, microbiologist   from all over the world to attend 3rd Annual Conference on Bacterial, Viral and Infectious Diseases during April 27-28, 2020 in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference highlights the theme “Recent investigation and Improving Access in the treatment of infectious diseases". These conferences prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.   

Bacterial diseases 2020 is a global platform for researches that afford a new discovery into microbiology, Clinical diagnostics of Bacterial, Viral and Infectious diseases. It also provides a platform to discuss on latest diseases on bacteria and virus. Bacterial Diseases meeting 2020 is hosting presentation of prominent journals and discussion on Bacteriology and Virology. The Organising Committee Member can also invite the young researchers to summit their latest scientific researches for poster session.    

Bacterial diseases congress 2020 will provide an international platform for discussion and representing their views   on present and future challenges in various infectious diseases, latest diagnosis methods and modern treatments. It gives an opportunity to the young to represent their thought regarding the vaccines in bacteriology, vaccines in virology and the techniques regarding this.

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Target Audience

  • Bacteriology Students and Scientists
  • Virology Students and Scientists
  • Bacteriology Faculties
  • Virology Faculties
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical Colleges
  • Researches Laboratories
  • Virology Researchers
  • Bacteriology Researchers
  • Centre for Global Research and Intervention in Infectious Diseases
  • Non-Government Organisations
  • Dean and Directors
  • Graduates and Undergraduates
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Healthcare Sectors
  • Directors of Association and Society
  • Experts and Delegates
  • Doctors
  • Research Institutes
  • Industrial Business Entrepreneurs

Conference Highlights

  • Bacteriology
  • Virology
  • Clinical Immunology
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Causes and Diagnosis for Infectious Diseases
  • Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases
  • Characteristics of Bacterial Infections
  • Characteristics of Viral Infections
  • Aspects of Plant Virology
  • Aspects of Plant Bacteriology
  • Human Viral Infections
  • Human Bacterial Diseases
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Antimicrobial Agents
  • Vaccines against Infectious Diseases
  • Recent trials in Microbiology and Molecular biology
  • Recent Advancements for treatment of Infectious Diseases


Track 1: Bacteriology

Bacteriology is the branch and strength of the biology that reviews the morphology, environment, hereditary qualities and organic chemistry of bacteria and also many other features related to them. The bacteriology study helps in the research of agricultural bacteriology; clinical diagnostic bacteriology; industrial bacteriology; marine bacteriology; public-health bacteriology; and systematic bacteriology. Genetic manipulations of pathogenic bacteria pursue to be indispensable in defining virulence mechanisms. Bacteriology helps in determining the host-parasite relationships involving specific pathogens requires familiarity with the fundamental features of the bacterium, the host, and their interactions. Bacteriology is used in the discovery of the antibiotics and also used in the advancements of vaccines. The importance of bacteria was recognized as it led to a study of disease prevention and treatment of diseases by vaccines.

Track 2: Virology

The study of viruses and its characteristics features is termed as Virology. Viruses can infect all forms of life (bacteria, plants, protozoa, fungi, insects, fish, reptiles, birds, and mammals). Viruses are difficult targets for chemotherapy because they replicate only inside the host cells, majorly utilizing most of the host cell's biosynthetic processes. Since a virus must grow inside a host cell, the virus must be viewed together along with its host in any consideration of pathogenesis, epidemiology, host defenses, or therapy. Virology mainly deals with the scientific regulations concerned with the viruses, physiology, molecular biology and viral diseases along with their causal agents. The relationships they establish with their hosts are important for successful examination and clinical management of their pathologic processes.

Track 3: Clinical Immunology

Clinical immunology is the study of diseases and disorders that may occur as a result of result of weak immune system including failure, aberrant action, and malignant growth of the cellular elements of the system. Clinical immunology is a medical subspecialty largely focused on a specific physiological process, inflammation, which is essential to good health, particularly in defense against pathogenic organisms, recovery from injury, and containment of neoplasms. Human immunity has two major types: the innate and adaptive immune systems. It also involves diseases of other systems, where immune reactions play a part in the pathology and clinical features. Many components of the immune system are typically cellular in nature and not associated with any specific organ, but rather are embedded or circulating in various tissues located throughout the body.

Track 4: Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases are disorders caused by harmful pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Signs and symptoms vary depending on the organism causing the infection, but often include fever and fatigue. Many infectious diseases, such as measles and chickenpox, can be prevented by vaccines. Public Awareness and Public Health laws are incorporated to prevent and control the transmission of infectious diseases. Aseptic methods, sanitation, disinfection, vaccination, Sterilization, healthy hygiene practices, and early diagnosis do help in preventing and controlling infectious diseases. Most infectious diseases have only minor complications. But some infections — such as pneumonia, AIDS and meningitis can become life-threatening. A few types of infections have been linked to a long-term increased risk of cancer

Track 5: Causes and Diagnosis for Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases can be caused by Bacteria - These one-cell organisms are responsible for illnesses such as strep throat, urinary tract infections and tuberculosis. Viruses - Even smaller than bacteria, viruses cause a multitude of diseases ranging from the common cold to AIDS. Parasites - Malaria is caused by a tiny parasite that is transmitted by a mosquito bite. Other parasites may be transmitted to humans from animal feces. The major ways for diagnosis of infectious diseases are blood test, urine test, throat swabs, stool sample, and spinal tap (lumbar puncture). Can be also diagnosed using imaging scans which includes X-rays, computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.

Track 6: Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases

Antibiotics are the major therapeutics for the infectious diseases. Antibiotics are usually reserved for bacterial infections, because these types of drugs have no effect on illnesses caused by viruses. The overuse of antibiotics has resulted in several types of bacteria developing resistance to one or more varieties of antibiotics. This makes these bacteria much more difficult to treat. Some diseases, including malaria, are caused by tiny parasites. While there are drugs to treat these diseases, some varieties of parasites have developed resistance to the drugs. The branch of medicine which deals with the study of “how often diseases occur in different groups of people and why” is termed as Pharmaepidemiology.

Track 7: Characteristics of Bacterial Infections

A bacterial infection is a proliferation of a harmful strain of bacteria on or inside the body. Infectious bacteria are harmful to human body. They reproduce quickly in our body. Most of the bacteria give off chemicals called toxins, which can damage tissue and affect our health. Examples of bacteria that cause infections include Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, and E. coli. Every time we take in antibiotics, it increase the chances that bacteria in our body will learn to resist them causing antibiotic resistance. Pneumonia, meningitis, and food poisoning are just a few diseases that are caused by harmful bacteria.

Track 8: Characteristics of Viral Infections

Viruses are most harmful pathogens which cause infectious diseases such as the common cold, flu and warts. Most harmful viral infections are like HIV/AIDS, smallpox, and Ebola. Viruses invade living, normal cells and use those cells to multiply and replicate inside the host cells. This can kill, damage, or change the cells and make you sick. Different viruses attack certain cells in our body like liver, respiratory system, or blood. Antibiotics do not work for viral infections. Some viruses alter the cell's functions. In these cases the infected cell loses control over normal cell division and becomes cancerous.

Track 9: Aspects of Plant Virology

It is field of plant pathology that involves in the study of viruses that infect plants an causes harmful diseases. Viruses induce a vast range of both macroscopic and microscopic symptoms in plants that they affect, which causes significant loss of crop yield. Viruses are transmitted through pollen to the seed (e.g. Barley stripe mosaic virus, genus Hordeivirus) while many that cause systemic infections accumulate in vegetatively-propagated crops. Tobacco mosaic infection (TMV) is a single stranded RNA virus that affects most of the plants, specifically the tobacco and different individuals of the family Solanaceae.

Track 10: Aspects of Plant Bacteriology

Plant bacteriology is the scientific study of plant diseases caused by pathogens which includes in the identification of bacteria, disease etiology, disease cycles, economic impact, epidemiology of plant diseases, plant disease resistance, the way in which plant diseases affect humans and animals. Most of the plant pathogenic bacteria are rod-shaped (bacilli). They will colonize the plants by using their specific pathogenicity factors. There are five major bacterial pathogenicity factors: uses of cell wall–degrading enzymes, toxins, effector proteins, phytohormones and exopolysaccharides. Agrobacterium species varies the level of auxins which causes tumours with phytohormones. Exopolysaccharides are produced by bacteria and which blocks xylem vessels that frequently leads to the death of the plant.

Track 11: Human Viral Infections

All the viruses are harmful to human. Ebola Virus disease, HIV virus, Avian influenza, Measles and SARS, hepatitis virus are very harmful which cause severe diseases in human. The relative ability of viruses to cause disease is terms as virulence. The viruses are naturally adapted to be resistance to the antibodies present in the human body. For most of the viral infections, treatments can be given only according to the symptoms while you wait for your immune system to fight off the virus. There are some specific antiviral medicines to treat some viral infections.

Track 12: Human Bacterial Diseases

A bacterial infection is a replication of a harmful strain of bacteria within the body. Bacterial infections are major cause for foodborne illness. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, chills, and abdominal pain are most common symptoms of food poisoning. Clostridium botulinum (C. botulinum) is a potentially life-threatening bacterium that produces harmful neurotoxins. Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7 is a diarrheal (often bloody) illness that occurs along with the nausea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal cramps. Bacterial meningitis is a severe infection of the meninges, the lining of the brain.

Track 13: Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Pediatric diseases involve with the child possessing a recurring or persistent disease caused by an infectious agent such as bacteria, a fungus, a parasite, or other rare infection. The most general viral fever in childhood stage is the seasonal flu or influenza. But children might catch milder viral. Generally the childhood viral infections are not serious and include varieties of illnesses as colds with a sore throat, vomiting and diarrhea, and fever with a rash. But there are some viral illnesses that cause more severe disease, such as measles. The Varicella zoster virus (VZV) causes a harmful disease named chickenpox which most generally affects children. Polio is the highly infectious diseases that primarily affect children under the age of five.

Track 14: Antimicrobial Agents

A general phrase which includes drugs, chemicals, or any other substances that either kill or slow the growth of pathogens. There are many varities antimicrobial agents like antibacterial drugs, antiviral agents, antifungal agents, and antiparasitic drugs. The discovery of penicillin is the first ever antimicrobial agent. Antimicrobial agents that are used treating diseases include synthetic chemicals as well as chemical substances or metabolic products produced by microorganisms and chemical substances obtained from plants. Few pathogens becomes resistant to antimicrobial agents.

Track 15: Vaccines against Infectious Diseases

Vaccines, which are biological preparations that develop immunity to a specific disease, are a vital part of disease prevention. Immunization can prevent the suffering and death caused by infectious diseases like polio, measles, and pneumonia. Immunizations prepare the immune system to ward off a disease. To immunize against viral diseases, the virus used in the vaccine should been weakened or killed. To only immunize against bacterial diseases, it is commonly possible to use a small portion of the dead bacteria to stimulate the production of antibodies against the whole bacteria.

Track 16: Recent trials in Microbiology and Molecular biology

Molecular biology is most advance form of research field to detect the infection by going through the molecular composition of virus. Molecular therapy includes different types of methods such as DNA cloning, proliferation of DNA, bacterial transformation , transfection, chromosome integration, cellular screening, cellular culture, extraction of DNA, DNA polymerase DNA dependent, reading and writing DNA, DNA sequencing, DNA synthesis, hybridization. Clinical microbiology is the branch of microbiology that deals with the study of the molecular basis and any microbes that cause infections. Generally, virology and bacteriology are considered as the subtypes of microbiology of medicine.

Track 17: Recent Advancements for treatment of Infectious Diseases

New vaccine is being prepared by scientists for the Lyme diseases. The researchers are currently working on the theory to cure severe diseases caused by Rota virus which is a harmful pathogen using Gut Microbiota. Microscopic studies of respiratory tract specimens have been increased to treat patients affected by Pneumonia. The researchers are currently working on the development of effective antibiotics.

Market Analysis

Bacterial, Viral and Infectious Diseases  scheduled during June 17-18, 2019 in  Dubai, UAE  provides a  platform for research that gives new views into Microbiology, Molecular bacteriology and Virology, Clinical diagnostic methods of  Virology and Bacteriology, Bacterial and Viral infections, Animal Bacteriology and Virology, Paediatric Virology, Human Bacteriology and Virology, Medical virology.

Bacteriology and Virology have progressively an important to human society. These are the most important branches of life sciences. As we know that microbes directly or indirectly  affecting  all the  activities of our life like, food, clothing, shelter, health hygiene etc., microbiology has made vast progressive  in all these fields to improve the quality of our life and for the betterment of our life. Infectious diseases are very much dangerous and   have been conquered by new drugs, good quality of agricultural crops improved by using new techniques of genetic engineering and these are becoming possible only because of Microbiology.

Why it’s in Istanbul, Turkey:

Turkey is located boarding western Asia and Southern Europe with the population of 82.835 million people. Because of its geo-politically strategic location straddling the continents of Europe and Asia, Turkey has seen long been a hub of commerce and cultural exchange. The area of the country is slightly larger than the US state of Texas or 2.5 times as large as Italy. Turkey's Economy is increasing driven by service and industry sector, with agriculture accounting about 25%. Capital city is Ankara, the cultural and Economic capital is Istanbul. Turkey is ranked 10th most popular tourism destinations in the world. Turkey hosts two of the seven wonders of the ancient world which are The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus and The Temple of Artemis. Antalya is a city on the Mediterranean of south-western Turkey. It is Turkey's largest international sea resort, placed on the Turkish Riviera.

Global Microbiology Testing Analysis Market Report:

The global clinical microbiology market was valued at $3.63  billion in the year 2018 and is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 6.4% to reach $5.23  billion in 2024. Microbiology testing market is classified into instruments and reagents. In 2018, the instruments product segment accounted for the largest share of the market, however, the reagents product segment is expected to grow at a higher rate during the forecast period. The microbiology testing market is segmented into hospitals and diagnostic centers, custom lab service providers, and academic and research institutes. The key factors driving the growth of this market include ongoing technological advancements in the field of infectious diseases diagnosis, rising incidence of infectious diseases and growth outbreak of epidemics and increased funding and public-private investments for research and innovation.

Vaccine Market Report:

Compare to the pharmaceutical market, the vaccine market id relatively small and concentrated on both the supply and demand sides. It is highly regulated and largely dependant on the public purchase and donor policies. The vaccine market has very distinct features, which increase the complexity of assessing and understanding pricing and procurement. It is made up of individual markets for individual vaccines or vaccine type, each with their own specificities, particularly on the supply side. The global vaccine market was valued at over $32.5 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach over $77.8 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 10.3%.

Related Association and Societies:


  • Federation of American Societies for experimental biology, 
  • American society for microbiology,
  • Society for Industrial Microbiology and biotechnology,
  • Society for Applied Microbiology,
  • Society for industrial microbiology,
  • International Union of microbiological societies,
  • Southern California Branch of the American Society for Microbiology,
  • South-eastern Association for clinical microbiology,
  • Association of medical school microbiology and immunology chairs,
  • The American Association of Immunologists,
  • International Union of microbiological societies,
  • Infectious Diseases Society of America,
  • National Foundation for Infectious Diseases


  • Pan-Pacific Surgical Association Congress,
  • Federation of Asia-Pacific Microbiology Societies,
  • Malaysian Society of Infectious Diseases,
  • Singapore Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology,
  • Malaysian Society for Microbiology,
  • Asia Pacific Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infection,
  • The Philippine Society for Microbiology,
  • Federation of Asia Pacific Microbiological Societies,
  • International Union of Microbiological Societies;
  • Japanese Society of Microbial Ecology

Major Bacteriology and Virology Societies around Middle East

  • Asia- Pacific Society for Medical Virology
  • European Society for Veterinary Virology
  • Italian Society of Virology
  • Hellenic Society for the Study of Prevention of AIDS
  • Iranian Society of Microbiology
  • Bacteriology Association and Societies
  • Virology Association and Societies

Major Bacteriology and Virology Associations Globally:

  • International Union of Microbiological Societies
  • British Infection Association
  • International Retrovirology Association
  • North American Mycological Association
  • Infectious and Immunologic Diseases Research Centre
  • Global virus network
  • HIV Medicine Association

Major Bacteriology and Virology Association around Middle East

  • Pharmacy Organization
  • Egyptian American Medical Association
  • Coptic Medical Association
  • The Journal of Egyptian Medical Association

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