“The Role of Biofilm in Yeast and Bacteria Pathogenicity” offers a concise and focused exploration of how biofilms play a significant role in the pathogenicity of yeast and bacterial infections. Biofilms are complex communities of microorganisms that can form on various surfaces in the body, including the gut, urinary tract, and other tissues, and can contribute to chronic and recurrent infections. In this webinar, participants will learn about the formation, structure, and functions of biofilms, as well as their implications for yeast and bacterial infections. Dr. Woeller will discuss the role of biofilms in promoting the virulence and persistence of pathogenic yeast and bacteria, and explore strategies for effectively managing biofilm-related infections. This webinar is suitable for healthcare practitioners and researchers interested in understanding the role of biofilms in yeast and bacterial infections, and seeking evidence-based approaches to address biofilm-related pathogenicity. Join us to gain valuable insights into the fascinating world of biofilms and their impact on yeast and bacterial infections.