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Invitation to the European Microbiology Conference 2018 with pre-conference workshop

Dear Colleague,

I would like to invite you to the European Microbiology Conference (EMC) and the Workshop on Data Integrity in Microbiological Laboratories, organised by the ECA Academy in Vienna, Austria.

The ECA has been organizing the European Microbiology Conference every spring for ten years. The very good responses from attendants, speakers and exhibitors alike turned it to an annual event with presentations and workshops on current topics in pharmaceutical microbiology. In 2018, the EMC will be combined with a Pre-Conference Workshop on Data Integrity, a topic which challenges all parts of pharmaceutical quality management. The workshop will focus on the requirements and approaches to handle it in the field of microbiology.

The combination of these two events gives you an outstanding possibility to keep you up-to-date with the current developments and state-of-the-art handling in microbiological quality control. Pharmacopoeial experts, representatives from pharmaceutical quality control and from testing laboratories will show you their experiences, what their challenges are and how they implemented an adequate microbiological quality control in their companies.

The pharmaceutical microbiologist plays a key role in all aspects of development, manufacture and control of medicinal products and their components. It is thus the aim of this conference and workshop to equip the pharmaceutical microbiologist with practical and applicable knowledge and "know-how". In addition, it will provide a forum for interesting and open discussions between presenters, regulators and your colleagues from the industry.

It would be a great pleasure for me if you joined us in Vienna.

Dr Sven M Deutschmann
Chairman of ECA's Pharmaceutical Microbiology Working Group