Bacteriology research remains committed to combating the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance. Scientists are diligently investigating resistance mechanisms, monitoring the spread of resistant strains, and devising novel antibiotics and alternative treatment strategies. During the session, participants will have the opportunity to explore the latest cutting-edge innovations and research advancements in this field.

Advancements in the study of bacterial biofilms are providing valuable insights into their formation, resistance to antimicrobials, and role in chronic infections. Bacteriophages, which are viruses that target bacteria, are being thoroughly investigated as potential alternatives to conventional antibiotics for treating bacterial infections. Concurrently, efforts to develop novel bacterial vaccines and enhance existing ones continue, with a strong focus on reducing the burden of bacterial diseases.

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