Poster programme

Water as a key factor conferring polyspecificity to a bacterial multidrug efflux pump
Attilio Vittorio Vargiu, University of Cagliari, Italy

Bacteria physiology at sublethal antibiotic exposure
Pietro Cicuta, University of Cambridge, UK

Clustering of bacteria by antibodies and effective bacterial population size in the digestive system : implications for the emergence of adaptive mutations
Claude Loverdo, Laboratoire Jean Perrin, UPMC / CNRS, France

Suppression and reversal of antibiotic resistance under alternating drug treatment
Soichiro Tsuda, University of Glasgow, UK

Models of the Gram-negative outer membrane studied by neutrons
Jeremy Lakey, Newcastle University, UK

Correlative AFM-fluorescence imaging of the organisation of proteins in native bacterial membranes
Sandip Kumar, University of Sheffield, UK

Functional phenotypic variability via growth rate mediated feedback in Escherichia coli
Om Patange, University of Cambridge, UK

The role of phenotypic heterogeneity in the evolution of drug resistance in Bacillus subtilis
Jeffrey Power, Universitaet zu Koeln, Germany

Escherichia coli cell morphology in the presence of Mecillinam
Rebecca Brouwers, University of Edinburgh, UK

Response relation for growing population 
Tetsuya Kobayashi, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

High Resolution Atomic Force Microscopy of Living S. aureus Bacterial Cell Wall
Jonathan Burns, University of Sheffield, UK

Physiological model of the mechanism of action of ciprofloxacin on E. coli: Stochastic simulations of the growth-inhibition curve
Nikola Ojkic, University of Edinburgh, UK

Death or alive? Correlating the cell wall structure of sacculi and living bacteria using AFM
Laia Pasquina Lemonche, University of Sheffield, UK

An investigation into the use of graphene oxide as a surface coating to reduce Staphylococcus aureus adhesion and influence biofilm mechanical properties
Jack Hart, University of Manchester, UK

Colonization dynamics of bacteria in mice
Florence Bansept, Laboratoire Jean Perrin UMR 8237 - CNRS - UPMC, France

Structural properties of LL-37 derived AMPs define their antibacterial activity in blood plasma
Nermina Malanovic, University of Graz, Austria

Does the DNA damage response depend on growth in bacteria?
Sebastián Jaramillo-Riveri, University of Edinburgh, UK

Phenotypic delay in resistance to antibiotics
Elin Lilja, University of Edinburgh, UK

Patchy adhesion of bacteria to surfaces
Teun Vissers, University of Edinburgh, UK

Characterising biofilm roughness using individual based modelling
Ellen Young, University of Edinburgh, UK

Bacterial single-cell response to low antibiotic concentrations
Alejandra M. Manjarrez-Casas, ETH Zürich; Eawag, Switzerland

Assessment of ciprofloxacin binding to DNA – biophysical quantitative approach 
Anna Woziwodzka, Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology University of Gdansk and Medical University of Gdansk, Poland

Antibody labelling to study Escherichia coli K1-polysialic capsules using super-resolution fluorescence microscopy (dSTORM) 
Sorasak Phanphak, University of Manchester, UK

Using STORMForce for understanding how bacteria grow and die
Raveen Tank, The University of Sheffield, UK

 

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: [EXTENDED]
    27 June 2017
  • Registration deadline [EXTENDED]:
    14 July 2017