Symbiosis in the Anthropocene Era

10th Congress of the International Society of Symbiosis
3rd International Conference on Holobionts

Save the date: July 18-23, 2021

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Brief overview from the organizers

The program has been designed to cover a wide range of fundamental and applied topics in current symbiotic and holobiotic research. We are delighted to welcome prestigious guest speakers at the forefront of research, working on various types of organisms (e.g., virus, bacteria, protists, invertebrates, plants and humans).

This major international meeting will be held in Lyon, the French capital of gastronomy and wine, a UNESCO World Heritage, and the birthplace of cinema with Lumière brothers. Along with the exciting scientific and societal programs, we expect to welcome between 500 and 700 participants, from more than 30 countries.

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Guillaume Minard, PhD
Guillaume Minard, PhD

Molecular microbial ecologist fascinated with the ecology of interspecific interactions, with a focus on the dynamics of microbial communities in arthropod vectors. Deputy director, Microbial Dynamics and Viral Transmission Research Group, University of Lyon, France.