Copenhagen, Denmark, June 14, 2022 – The Clinical Microbiomics team is delighted to join the 54th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) in Copenhagen, on 22-25 June.
Every year, the ESPGHAN Annual Meeting attracts key opinion leaders in the field of paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition from Europe and all around the world, making the congress the largest conference of its kind, worldwide.
The first 1000 days of life are critical for future health and risk of diseases. The development and maturation of infant gut microbiome is highly involved in shaping the immune system.
We are dedicated to helping our partners in analyzing and understanding the infant microbiome in the first years of life. Whether you are developing probiotics, postbiotics, HMOs or other prebiotics, we can help you evaluate how nutritional ingredients and infant formula can affect the microbiome, and infant gut health. We help you measure the impact of interventions on gut microbial maturity, understand the utilization of HMOs and other prebiotics, track probiotic strains, and detect pathogens.
Because each study and intervention is different, we approach every opportunity independently, and offer custom microbiome analysis services. Our experienced scientists can support you from study design, through the analysis, to data interpretation, and finally deliver the answers you are looking for – we even support the post-study scientific communication of your results.
Attended by over 4500 participants from 100 countries, the ESPGHAN congress is a unique event reuniting health practitioners, researchers, as well as companies operating in the field of paediatric nutrition and health. It will be a great opportunity to meet partners in the field, and a special platform to discuss their latest developments, network and share ideas for new research projects.
Are you attending? Visit our booth, #36. We will be happy to meet you and discuss your infant microbiome research needs!
See how we can help, download our guide to planning your infant microbiome study: