The “Old Herborn University Seminar Monograph 31” is now available online
Herborn. Dr. Volker Rusch (left), founder of the Institute for Microecology in Hörbach, John Bienenstock (high left) of the McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, Peter Heidt (right) of the Dutch Foundation for Microbiology and Gnobiology, and their team held on Friday in Herborn the 31st International Symposium for Intestinal Flora Specialists. Experts from around the world discussed in the aula of the old university the theme “The role of viruses in disease and health.”
On May 4th, 2017 the new website of Old Herborn University was launched. It includes multiple features, such as the possibility to register for events and seminars. In addition, a range of publications is available, as well as short biographies of OHU foundation members…
The 31st Old Herborn University Seminar will take place on June 22nd, and is entitled: Evolutionary Biology of the Virome, and Impacts on Human Health and Disease. The program is availabe here.