Phages 2022

Welcome to the Oxford Bacteriophage Conference – Phages 2022

We are delighted to invite you to attend our 12th annual Oxford bacteriophage – the longest running phage conferences series in Europe.

We would very much like to hold our 2022 bacteriophage meeting in-person. However, due to the current uncertainty surrounding COVID-19-related travel and social restrictions the decision to hold this meeting in-person or virtually will be taken in 2022.

Phages 2022 will include presentations in an Early Career Researchers (ECR) symposium as a part of the main agenda, aimed at final year PhD students, or those within ~5 years of their PhD.  Therefore, we particularly invite emerging researchers, including final-year doctoral students and early-/mid-career postdoctoral researchers/junior group leaders to play an active role in putting together ECR symposium on topics of their interest in the field, and to submit their proposals to benefit from this special opportunity. Please use this Abstract Template if you are submitting an abstract.

If you have any further questions, please email


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  • -Professor Martha Clokie, UK
    -Professor Aidan Coffey, Ireland
    -Dr Tatiana Lehnherr, Germany
    -Professor Alfonso Jaramillo, UK
    -Professor Rob Lavigne, Belgium
    -Dr Mark J van Raaij, Spain
    -Dr Muhammad Sohail, UK
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