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7th Conference on Beneficial Microbes

July 24, 2018

7th Conference on Beneficial Microbes held July 8-11, 2018

The 7th Conference of Beneficial Microbes, co-organized by Mark Mandel and META Center Director Karen Guillemin, gathered scientists from all over the globe in Madison, Wisconsin to share their research on host-microbe systems, ranging from  … read more …

Cholera and the Gut Microbiota

June 11, 2018

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META researchers Savannah Logan, Raghuveer Parthasarathy, and colleagues recently published a study exploring the intestinal activity of Vibrio cholerae, the bacterial pathogen that causes cholera. Combining unprecedented live imaging and genetic  … read more …

Registration open for the 7th Conference on Beneficial Microbes

January 12, 2018

7th Conference on Beneficial Microbes

Karen Guillemin and Mark Mandel, co-organizers of the 7th Conference on Beneficial Microbes, are pleased to announce the conference speakers and sessions:  … read more …

 

 

 

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Friday, November 16th

Journal Club

Speaker: Michelle Massaquoi

“Cooperative Metabolic Adaptations in the Host Can Favor Asymptomatic Infection and Select for Attenuated Virulence in and Enteric Pathogen”

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275 Onyx 3pm

Monday, November 19th

Meta Meeting

Speaker: Brandon Schlomann

“Fantastic bacteria and where to find them in the zebrafish gut”

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350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, November 12th

Meta Meeting

Speaker: Emily Beck

“Threespine Stickleback as an evolutionary mutant model of Crohn’s Disease”

350 Willamette 4pm

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