MICROBIOLOGY SEMINAR TOPICS

by DrChika
  • Applications of temperate bacteriophages
  • Mutation and genetic polymorphism of varicella-zoster virus
  • Toxin production in enteropathogenic Bacillus cereus
  • Functional characterization of a novel class of mobile integrons
  • Biofilm-phage interaction dynamics and cell-cell interaction mechanics
  • DNA replications without origins
  • Mechanisms of transcription in Archaea
  • Molecular Effectors of TB pathogenesis
  • Evolution of virulence in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex
  • Defining patterns in chemical and genomic space to prioritize antibiotic discovery
  • Computational tools for prioritizing drug discovery in Actinomycetes
  • Naturally-occurring bacteriophages: application in treating multidrug resistant bacterial infections
  • Bacterial autotrophy
  • Energy utilization by photoautotrophic bacteria: importance in industry
  • Antibiotics in sewage: public health implications
  • Processes involved in antibiotic removal during biological wastewater treatment
  • Regulation of biofilm formation in Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli
  • Staphylococcus aureus biofilms: understanding the role of cell wall anchored proteins
  • Antibiotics adjuvants for combating antimicrobial resistance
  • Scarlet fever: pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and precention
  • Community acquired infections: prevention and control
  • Metagenomic sequencing and analysis for complex samples
  • Challenges and applications of microbiome metabolomics and metagenomics
  • Metabolomics: applications in clinical medicine and research
  • Profiling of adaptive cellular and humoral responses in chronic infections and cancer:
    diagnostic and therapeutic implications
  • Deciphering new mechanisms of viral inflammation and infectious diseases through
    analysis of inborn errors of immunity
  • Bacterial tolerance, persistence and antibiotics
  • Relationship between gut bacteria and body temperature
  • Caenorhabditis elegans: a model for microbiome research
  • Update on microbial metagenomics
  • Non-coding RNA medicine
  • Cell polarity and microbial cell membrane dynamics
  • Molecular mechanisms of protein quality control: clinical and research implications
  • Current opportunities for novel drug discoveries in cancer metabolism
  • Emerging technologies in vaccine discovery and development
  • Systems metabolic engineering of microorganisms for production of chemicals and materials from renewable resources
  • Leaf microbiota: disassembling and rebuilding to explore plant-microbe interactions
  • Plants as holobionts: new understanding, new opportunities
  • Defining the host genetic control of the rhizosphere bacterial microbiota
  • Digitalizing heterologous gene expression in Gram-negative bacteria with portable ON/OFF gadgets
  • High-throughput interaction profiling in bacteria
  • Bacterial chemotaxis and applications
  • Development if CRISPR Technology
  • One health approach: panacea to curb antimicrobial resistance
  • Uses and benefits of sponge symbionts
  • The role of genetics and evolution in Staphylococcus aureus infection
  • CRISPR: novel applications and impacts
  • Industrial benefits and applications of synthetic microbiology
  • Microbial survival strategies in antibiotic environment
  • Food innovations with microbes: ensuring food security globally
  • Diagnostic microbiology in next decade: new concepts and old challenges
  • Bacteriophages: health applications and benefits
  • Genomics and physiology of pathogenic yeast
  • Microbes driving the bioeconomy: bridging the academia-industry divide
  • Food safety and genome sequencing
  • Candida albicans: commensalism and pathogenicity interactions with the host
  • Industrial applications of yeast synthetic biology
  • Environmental benefits of marine microbial communities
  • Exploiting microbes for biomedical applications
  • Epigenetics: applications and benefits
  • Fungal spores in food: causes, implication and control
  • Cell membrane transport in bacteria
  • Exotic new viruses and microbial evolution
  • Current approaches and future challenges in microbial systematics
  • Industrial applications of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Lichens: diversity and applications in natural product research
  • Systems metabolic engineering of microorganisms for production of chemicals and renewable resources.
  • Multifaceted model of the food pathogen, Listeria monocytogens.
  • Microbial communities associated with plants.
  • Single cell microbiology and infection.
  • Bacterial autotrophy.
  • Microscopy revolution (cryo-EM, fluorescent imaging).
  • Bid data approaches for industrial microorganisms.
  • Gene expression and regulation in Escherichia coli.
  • Extremophiles: Benefiting from their genetics to save the environment.
  • Antibiotic removal during biological wastewater treatment.
  • Biofilms: health implications and control.
  • Archaea: information about an old phylome.
  • Pathogenesis of tuberculosis (TB).
  • Genomics: clinical applications and implication.
  • Fungal mechanisms and diversity in the environment and disease.
  • Host-virus molecular processes.
  • CRISPR: understanding the mechanisms and uses.
  • Evolution and genome plasticity.
  • Antimicrobial resistance: spread and prevention.
  • Microbial diversity in the food industry.
  • Host-pathogen interactions: chronic and persistent infections.
  • Microbiome.
  • Microbial symbioses.
  • Microbiome: recent developments and model systems.
  • Biotransformation of agro-food by-products into functional ingredients and novel foods by microbes.
  • Viruses in the environment, metagenomics.
  • Climate change: impact on polar and alpine microbiology.
  • Linking microbial systematics and ecology.
  • Microorganism macroencapsulation method for research uses.
  • Human microbiome.
  • Effect of bacteriocins in food production.
  • Overview of entomopathogenic nematodes.
  • Public health implications of diphtheria.
  • Overview of edible vaccines.
  • Link between gut bacteria and immune response.
  • Ulcerative colitis: a growing public health menace.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis: causes, treatment and prevention.
  • Benefits of synbiotics to the immune system.
  • Prebiotics: friend or foe?
  • Health benefits of probiotics.
  • Role of panton valentine leukocidin in MRSA infection.
  • Prevention and storage of microbial cultures
  • Cutaneous or superficial mycosis
  • Microbial pathogenesis
  • Gene therapy applications in management of non-infectious diseases
  • Public health risks of salmonellosis
  • The role of microorganisms in environmental sustainability
  • Prevention and control of systemic mycosis
  • Public health risks of Candida auris
  • Overview of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry
  • Pathogenesis, epidemiology, biology and prevention and control of Listeria monocytogenes infection
  • Overview of recent cure techniques and vaccine development for HIV/AIDS
  • Molecular mechanisms of antibiotic resistance
  • Candida auris: molecular mechanisms of its antibiotic resistance
  • Importance of probiotics, synbiotics and prebiotics in maintaining the gut flora and health
  • Update on the mechanisms of action of organisms involved in the microbiome of the gut
  • Overview of microorganisms used for the industrial production of antibiotics
  • Entomopathogens and their importance in pest control and food security
  • Genetically modified foods (GMFs) and their significance in ensuring food security
  • Overview of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae and its significance in the industry
  • The stages involved in beer production
  • Significance Lactobacillus species in the food industry
  • Biology, virulence, pathogenicity, epidemiology and treatment of Vibrio cholerae infection
  • Overview of autoantibodies and autoimmunity
  • Types, structure and importance of antibodies 
  • Overview of polyclonal antibodies and monoclonal antibodies
  • Antiretrovirals, their types and clinical applications
  • Co-infection of Schistosoma haematobium and Schistosoma bovis
  • Importance of genomics and proteomics in clinical diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases
  • Clostridium difficile: Biology, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and control
  • Overview of zika virus infection 
  • Overview of Ebola virus infection
  • Overview of Chikungunya virus infection
  • Significance of Helicobacter pylori in ulcerative infections of humans
  • Bacillus thuringiensis, an important bacterium for anti-insecticidal development  
  • Propionibacterium acne, and its implication in skin infections  
  • Overview of normal mycoflora
  • Overview of normal bacterial flora
  • Otitis media infection and otitis externa infection: causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and control
  • Rheumatoid arthritis: causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and control
  • Primary lymphoid organ and secondary lymphoid organs: an update on their immunological importance
  • Mycoses: types, causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention
  • An update on the microbiology of oral infection
  • Halitosis: causes, treatment and prevention 
  • Overview of quorum sensing
  • Overview of biofilm formation in microbes
  • Overview of cerebral malaria
  • Overview of multidrug resistant bacteria
  • Overview of medicinal plants and their importance in novel drug discovery
  • Significance of nanotechnology and nanomedicine in drug discovery
  • Definition and importance of gene therapy techniques in treatment of non-infectious diseases
  • Overview of cell culture techniques
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs): causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control
  • Overview of lysogenic cycle and lytic cycle of viral replication
  • Overview of Chagas disease
  • Overview of Onchocerciasis
  • Overview of schistosomiasis
  • Importance of DNA microarray technique in infectious diseases diagnosis
  • Overview of the industrial applications and significance of biosurfactants
  • Importance of surfactants in the industry
  • Importance of aseptic technique in the clinical microbiology laboratory
  • Botulism: causes, pathogenicity, laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control
  • Overview of food intoxication
  • Overview of food poisoning
  • Overview of mycotoxins and their types
  • Aspergillus flavus and its effects in the food industry
  • Importance of chromogenic agar in microbiological analysis
  • Significance of mutagenesis in the industry
  • Overview of Girdiasis
  • Importance of liposomes in pharmaceutical industry  
  • Overview of extended spectrum beta lactamases (ESBLs)
  • Overview of metallo beta lactamases (MBLs)
  • Overview of AmpC enzymes
  • Overview of zoonotic infections
  • Overview of nosocomial infections
  • And update on Bioterrorism and Biosurveillance
  • Categories of organisms implicated in bioterrorism and their control
  • Overview of microscopy, types and their individual importance
  • Flagellation types and their importance in pathogenesis and virulence of microbes
  • Paragonimus westermani: vector, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention
  • Sterilization techniques used in the industries
  • Overview of the biosafety laminar flow cabinet (the hood)
  • Overview of sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB)
  • Evolution of resistance in sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB)
  • Overview of microbially induced corrosion (MIC)
  • Overview of biocorrosion
  • Overview of biocide resistance
  • The future of nanotized drugs in efficient drug delivery, treatment and improved prognosis
  • Overview of hazard analysis and critically control point (HACCP)
  • Overview of bioinformations
  • Introductory bioinformatics
  • Bioinformatics and its importance in medicine
  • Bioinformatics and its significance in disease diagnosis
  • Bioinformatics and its importance in biomedical research
  • Isolation, culture and identification techniques of viruses
  • Overview of disinfectants
  • Overview of antimicrobial agents
  • Overview of plasmids and their importance in molecular biology research   
  • Overview of lichens
  • Overview of endophytes
  • Overview of the microbes found in the rhizosphere
  • Lichens and their significance in drug discovery
  • Overview of immunohistochemistry techniques
  • Overview of HIV reservoir cells and sites in the body
  • Pathophysiology of HIV/AIDS infection
  • Overview of the T cell subpopulations
  • Eutrophication: causes, consequences and control
  • Overview of good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and good laboratory practices (GLPs)
     

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