IABR breath summit 2016

by the kind patronage of Ulrich Mueller-Herold and Renato Zenobi, ETH Zurich

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14-16 Sep 2016

Starting at 08:00 am


Zurich, Switzerland

venue @ ETH Hoenggerberg


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International Association of Breath Research

conference by the kind patronage of Ulrich Mueller-Herold and Renato Zenobi, ETH Zurich


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REGISTRATION BY E-MAIL is also possible - see below.

Don't miss the unique opportunity to attend IABR's conference in the city of ETH Zurich! Our conference venue is at the ETH campus 'Hoenggerberg', which is an academic center of Zurich. Therefore, excellent transport connections are available. So, you can reach the ETH Hoenggerberg building comfortably from every hotel in the city. Please feel free to choose your accomodation, e. g. on www.booking.com. A list of hotels is provided in our information section (see above).

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    The scope of breath research is quite broad and we are happy to consider any topics that are in some way related back to making breath measurements. In the past, we have had successful papers submitted on the following topics:

  • TOPICS WITH HIGH INTEREST: In vitro gas phase analysis (bacterial cells, infections, pathogens); Hypoxia and pulmonary edema biomarkers; Electronic nose; Nitric oxide; EBC (ultrafine particles, pH, asthma)
  • Central laboratory instrumentation: state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation for high-resolution discovery and targeted breath research
  • Engineering solutions: developing new breath sampling technologies for VOCs, condensate and aerosols
  • Human and animal in vivo studies: decoding the “breath exposome”, implementing exposure and intervention studies, performing cross-sectional and case-control research
  • Cellular and molecular level in vitro studies: developing breath sampling and analytical approaches to link broad in vivo observations with focused in vitro level experiments; focusing on the human microbiome, exhaled aerosols, messenger proteins, and infectious diseases
  • Clinical, pharmacological and forensic applications: describe new breath-based clinical and medical diagnostics, evaluate metabolic pathways of drugs and chemicals in commerce, develop point of care devices, test for alcohol and illicit drugs
  • Mathematical, statistical and graphical data interpretation: developing methods for interpreting and explaining complex data using graphics visualization, statistics, metabolism, and pattern recognition
  • Standardized practices for breath sampling and analysis: cross-validation and benchmarking to establish standardized routines for breath biomarker analysis
  • To be sure, this is not an exclusive list; we are always interested in novel approaches for gas-phase analytics, proteins analysis, immunochemistry, cellular respiration, infections, threat assessment, toxicology, etc. Please be creative!

Late Abstract Submission CLOSED

All abstracts must be submitted online immediately (submission closed but further abstracts welcome, if they represent VERY important work). You will receive an e-mail confirming your successful upload. Please download our MS Word template for layout reasons (see above). Registration prior to abstract submission is not mandatory.

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 A) In vitro gas phase analysis - bacterial cells, infections, pathogens B) Hypoxia and pulmonary edema biomarkers C) Electronic nose D) Nitric oxide E) EBC – ultrafine particles, pH, asthma F) Central laboratory instrumentation G) Engineering solutions H) Human and animal in vivo studies I) Cellular and molecular level in vitro studies J) Clinical, pharmacological and forensic applications K) Mathematical, statistical and graphical data interpretation L) Standardized practices for breath sampling and analysis

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