BaseClear regularly organises experts meetings to discuss challenges and opportunities in microbiome analysis and microbial strain assessment for regulatory approval. Topics of discussion include multi-omics approaches, study designing and planning to clinical trials, strain-specific studies, legislation, studies to understand the mechanisms behind, e.g., for health claims. Target groups for these meetings are researchers and scientists from pharma, food, biotech, cosmetics firms (inc. ingredient suppliers, formulators and marketing firms), start-ups, regulatory managers and CROs.

See below a selection of our previous and upcoming experts meetings. If you want to participate in one of these event (as speaker or as participant) or if have any question about one of these events, fill in our contact form.

  • 3 December, 2020
    2nd Animal Microbiome Experts Meeting
  • 19 November, 2020
    Onco Microbiome Experts Meeting
  • 5 November, 2020
    3rd Skin Microbiome Experts Meeting
  • 22 October, 2020
    Viral and phage detection & characterization (adventitious agents testing)
  • 1 October, 2020
    Skin-Gut-Brain Axis
  • 17 September, 2020
    Experts meeting on Biofilms
  • 18 June, 2020
    Prebiotics and Probiotics in Digestive Health

    As the importance of the gut microbiota in health and disease is increasingly recognized interest in interventions has soared. Prebiotics and probiotics are commonly used substances taken in an effort to sustain a healthy microbiome or restore balance. In this experts meeting issues relating to quality control, characterisation, formulation, viability safety are discussed.

  • 14 May, 2020
    Infant & Pregnancy Microbiome

    The microbiota has profound effects on fetal, neonatal and infant health & development as well as maternal health. In this experts meeting we discuss advanced research, understanding and commercial applications.

  • 21 April, 2020
    Microbial strain safety assessment for regulatory approval
    BaseClear strain characterisation

    An experts meeting in which we discuss the assessment of microbial strain safety, including the requirements needed for regulatory approval (e.g. EFSA and FDA).

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  • 28 November, 2019
    Animal microbiome experts meeting 2019

    Veterinary researchers, feed manufacturers, animal breeders and animal pharmaceutical companies have a growing interest in animal microbiome research. Animal microbiome research focuses on studying the microbial populations that inhabit animals, in order to determine their role in health, disease, and development.

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  • 21 November, 2019
    2nd Skin microbiome experts meeting

    An experts meeting to discuss skin microbiome analysis & its applications. Topics discussed at this meeting include discovery, technical challenges, clinical trials, marketing, commercialisation and regulations on microbiome-based products.

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  • 5 September, 2019
    Microbiome analysis for clinical trials 2019

    An experts meeting to discuss microbiome-based clinical research. The microbiota plays an important role in the efficacy, effectiveness and safety of many drugs, probiotics, cosmetics and other biological compounds. In opposite, the profile of a patient’s microbiome can predict how the patient responds to a drug.

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  • 11 April, 2019
    Microbial strain characterisation for regulatory approval 2019
    BaseClear gut micrbobes

    An experts meeting about microbial strain characterisation, including the requirements needed for regulatory approval (e.g. EFSA and FDA).

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  • 22 November, 2018
    Skin Microbiome Experts meeting 2018
    Skin microbiome analysis

    Skin microflora: From analyiss to cosmetics & Bioactives. An experts meeting to discuss skin microbiome analysis & its applications.

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Meet Radhika Bongoni!

Radhika is our business developer specialised in microbiome analysis and microbial strain characterization for clinical trials and regulatory approval. Radhika received her Ph.D. in Food technology (2014) from Wageningen University (the Netherlands) and an MBA (2015) from Tias School for Business & Society (the Netherlands). With techno-commercial expertise, she is involved in business growth and market penetration by fostering relationships with partners. Prior to BaseClear, Radhika was responsible for establishing dietary supplements market in western Europe, India, South Africa and Russia.

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