Lærebog i bioetik og videnskabsteori

2012 Symposium of
The Danish Microbiological Society
Monday, November 5th, 2012
Will be held in Copenhagen
9:00 - 18:00 at Eigtved's Pakhus
Asiatisk Plads 2 G, DK-1448 Copenhagen K
Denmark
2012 Symposium of the Danish Microbiological Society, Monday Nov. 5th 2012
ABOUT DMS
The Danish Microbiological Society (DMS) is a professional association in the
fields of human and veterinary medical microbiology, general microbiology,
food microbiology, environmental microbiology, biotechnology, and virology.
DMS is dedicated to the advancement of microbiology, both applied and
basic, and promotes microbiological information to the public. These aims
are achieved by organizing an annual symposium, workshops, conferences,
and by taking part in the current microbiological debate. Furthermore, DMS supports students with grants for
travelling: applications for the DKK 5000 grant can be submitted each year before April 1st and October 1st.
Shouldn't you take part in the advancement of microbiology in Denmark, and become a member of DMS? As
a member, you are entitled to discounts at FEMS meetings and for FEMS journals (Federation of European
Microbiological Societies).
ABOUT the Symposium
This DMS symposium is a Danish national meeting in which all
scientists working in the fields covered by the DMS have a chance
to exchange ideas and catch up on the latest developments in their
areas of expertise. Besides the oral and poster presentations, a technical exhibition will give scientists the possibility of getting acquainted with the newest laboratory equipment and consumables that are
presented by the suppliers.
Keynote address:
Progress in the search for life in Antarctic subglacial Lake Ellsworth
David Pearce, British Antarctic Survey
Antarctic subglacial lake ecosystems have the potential to be one of the most extreme environments on Earth,
with combined stresses of high pressure, low temperature, permanent darkness, low-nutrient availability and
variable oxygen concentrations, where a predominant mode of nutrition is most likely to be chemoautotrophic.
Since the first description of Antarctic subglacial lakes there has been growing interest in the possibility that life
will exist in these unique ecosystems and that the unusual combination of selection pressures and isolation
from the rest of the biosphere, could lead to novel adaptations and physiology not seen before, or indeed even
to the discovery of relic populations that may have become extinct elsewhere. As a result of this growing
interest, three ambitious projects aim to enter and retrieve samples from Antarctic subglacial lakes over the
coming year, providing an opportunity to address some fundamental scientific questions about their microbial
ecology, such as can these extreme ecosystems sustain life, and if so, in what form, where exactly and how?
Although this talk will focus on current progress in the Lake Ellsworth Project (near the ice divide in the
Ellsworth mountains), it will also report the first microbiological analysis of a sediment sample taken from an
Antarctic subglacial lake ecosystem at the retreating margins of the Antarctic ice.
2012 Symposium of the Danish Microbiological Society, Monday Nov. 5th 2012
PROGRAM Monday, November 5 , 2012
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8:30
9:00
Registration, poster mounting and coffee
BIOFILM – TO SURFACE OR NOT TO SURFACE
Chair: Per Halkjær Nielsen, University of Aalborg
9:00 Per Halkjær Nielsen, University of Aalborg: “Extracellular proteins - abundant and important constituents
in flocs and biofilms”
9:30 Morten Alhede, Rigshospitalet:”Aggregates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa”
9.45 Hanne Ingmer, KU: ”Aggregates of Staphylococcus aureus”
10:15
11:00
AQUATIC
MICROBIOLOGY
Chair: Lasse Riemann, KU
11:00 Hans-Peter Grossart, IGB:
"Life-style dependent differences
are crucial for understanding
diversity and function of aquatic
microorganisms"
11:30 Lasse Rieman, KU: “Traitbased approaches to description
of microbial communities”
11:45 Terje Berg, KU:
“Mixotrophy”
12:15
14:15
Content pending
11:00 Christian Giske, Karolinska
Institute: "The successful clone:
Spread of carbapenemases in
Gram-negative bacilli"
11:30 Niels Frimodt Møller,
Hvidovre hospital: "The threat for
and from the Third-World
countries: ESBL in Ghana"
11:45 Diarmaid Hughes, Uppsala
University: "Is there hope? The role
of cost-fitness for antibiotic
resistance"
Poster, lunch, technical exhibition and i-Pod raffle sponsored by exhibitors
GUT ECOLOGY
EUCARYOTIC PRODUCBIODEGRADATION
Chair: Tine Rask Licht, DTU TION ORGANISMS
Chair: Ulrich Gosewinkel,
Chair: Kjeld Olesen, Novo
Aarhus University
Nordisk A/S
14:15 Göran Molin, University of
Lund: "Links between the
bacterial gut flora and health"
14:45 Dennis Sandris Nielsen,
KU: "Gluten massively influences
mice gut microbiota composition"
15:00 Tine Rask Licht, DTU:
"What do humans and guinea
pigs have in common? –A
comparative metagenomic study"
15:30
16:00
Coffee, posters and technical exhibition
BIOENERGY
GLOBAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
Chair: Peter Westerman
Chair: Niels Frimodt-Møller,
University of Aalborg
Hvidovre Hospital
14:15 Martin Willer, Novo Nordisk
A/S: "Production of secreted
proteins in budding yeast"
14:45 Pia Franke Johannesen,
Novozymes A/S: "The Novozymes
toolbox for fungal protein
expression"
15:00 Claes Gjermansen, DTU:
"Biodiesel from microalgae"
14:15 Lukas Y. Wick, UFZ:
“Mycelial highways and pipelines -Fungus-bacteria interactions for
improved clean-up of contaminated
soils”
14:45 Anders R. Johnsen, GEUS:
“What to choose for oil
bioaugmentation – commercial
inocula or a teaspoon of dirt”
15:00 Stefan Trapp, DTU: “A unified model for sorption, sequestration and degradation of pollutants”
Coffee, posters
KEYNOTE TALK: "Progress in the search for life in Antarctic subglacial Lake Ellsworth"
David Pearce, British Antarctic Survey
17:00
Reception with fermented beverage
2012 Symposium of the Danish Microbiological Society, Monday Nov. 5th 2012
VENUE
The symposium will take place at the historical harbor pack house Eigtved's Pakhus, on November 5th, 2012.
Eigtved's Pakhus is the official meeting facilities for the Foreign Ministry of Denmark and was originally built in
1748-50. Since 1976 the pack house has served as a premium meeting venue on the harbor front in central
Copenhagen, a few minutes' walk from Metro Station Christianshavn.
POSTERS
Posters are welcome from all areas of microbiology. Posters (portrait format: H:150cm W: 95cm) will be
displayed all day, and presenters are asked to be present at their posters from 13:30 to 14:00. Twenty-one
posters will be selected for a short platform presentation.
ABSTRACTS
Abstracts should be submitted through the DMS homepage www.dmselskab.dk before September 15th, 2012.
All abstracts will be printed in the abstract book, which will be handed out during registration and can be
downloaded from the DMS homepage.
PAYMENT (and student stipends)
The fee for attendance at the Symposium is DKK 600 (EUR 80). This includes lunch, coffee breaks, the
reception, and membership of DMS for all of 2013. Please see details for payment on the homepage.
Fifty stipends are available for Master's students who present a poster and are student members of DMS. This
gives free access to the symposium including the lunch, coffee, and the reception. The application for stipends
can be found at www.dmselskab.dk and should be submitted by September 15th, 2012.
CONTACT & REGISTRATION
The Danish Microbiological Society, Conference secretary, c/o Dansk Magisterforening, Nimbusparken 16,
DK-2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark. Phone: +45 38 15 66 00. Email to Head of Events Louise Jensen:
[email protected] Abstract submission and registration at www.dmselskab.dk
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:
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Carsten Suhr Jacobsen (Symposium chairman), Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland,
GEUS, +45-3814 2313 email: [email protected]
Lars Bogø Jensen, DTU, (President of Danish Microbiological Society), National Food Institute, +453588 6262 email: [email protected]
Thomas Bjarnsholt, (Secretary) Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen; +45-2065 9888, email:
[email protected]
Kristian Schønning, Hvidovre Hospital
Karl Pedersen, Technical University of Denmark, National Food Institute
Stephen Wessels, DHI Water-Health-Environment
Kasper Nørskov Kragh, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen
Mette Burmølle, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
Trine Rolighed Thomsen, Teknological Institute
Session chairs: Per Halkjær Nielsen, Lasse Riemann, Peter Westerman, Niels Frimodt Møller, Tine Rask
Licht, Kjeld Olesen, Ulrich Gosewinkel
2012 Symposium of the Danish Microbiological Society, Monday Nov. 5th 2012