Benefits of Attending & Past Statistics

Benefits of Attending & Past Statistics

Why to support World of Microbiome Conference?

  • Because it promotes cutting-edge scientific research
  • Because it offers a unique opportunity to exchange ideas with renowned professionals from across the world
  • Because it provides an ideal networking forum
  • Because it offers global exposure of your products and research

We saw a steady increase in ATTENDANCE over the years:

WoMPBI19 (Milan) - 372 Participants
WoMPBI20 (Virtual) - 430 Participants
WoM22 (Vienna) - 447 Participants

Last time in Vienna WORLD OF MICROBIOME CONFERENCE 2022 attracted:

Total Registrations

Total Countries

Total Participants In-Person

Total Participants Online

We had participants from all over the world, TOP 10 COUNTRIES of which were:

United States - 21%
Italy - 14%
France - 12%
India - 11%
Israel - 10%
United Kingdom - 8%
Germany - 7%
Netherlands - 6%
Spain - 6%
Belgium - 5%

The participants had different PROFESSIONAL ROLE (%):

and PROFESSIONAL INTEREST (%):

and AGE (%):

They worked at different WORKPLACES (%):

but what united them was the LOVE FOR SCIENCE.

What did they say?

'Informative, well organized, friendly and easily accessible. Thank you!'
- ATTENDEE, WoM22 Survey
'Everything was perfect! Great contacts, organization and of course – networking with all the
participants was great.'
- ATTENDEE, WoM22 Survey
'The organization was great! The chair committee was very professional and friendly.
The organization was perfect with theme-sessions. I really appreciated panel
discussion rather than one-to-one questions.'
- ATTENDEE, WoM22 Survey
'Outstanding research topics and talks. Good opportunities to learn new aspects of
the microbiome research. '
- ATTENDEE, WoM22 Survey
'I like the diversity of the attendees which expanded the scope of the discussions
involving public health (regulatory), clinical practice, research, and industry issues.'
- ATTENDEE, WoM22 Survey
'Interesting and lot of new knowledge that I got, which will be beneficial to my
continuing PhD studies.'
- ATTENDEE, WoM22 Survey