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The Microbial Ecology and Theory of Animals (META) Center for Systems Biology is devoted to understanding how host-microbe systems work and using this knowledge to advance human health.

Center News


August 1, 2016


A research team from the META Center led by postdoctoral fellow Travis Wiles, student Matthew Jemielita*, and faculty members Judith Eisen, Karen Guillemin, and Raghuveer Parthasarathy has discovered that intestinal peristalsis is a major  … read more …

META Center Symposium Final Program

July 18, 2016


Registration for the symposium is now closed. The final program for the META Center Symposium is now available to view. We look forward to your participation. For more information about the  … read more …

2016 META Center for Systems Biology Symposium

May 13, 2016


Registration is now open for the 3rd Annual META Center for Systems Biology Symposium being held at the Eugene Hilton Hotel from August 5-7 (Friday evening-Sunday noon). This year’s  … read more …




Upcoming & Recent Events


Tuesday, September 27

IMB Seminar

Macrophage-dependent cytoplasmic transfer drives melanoma metastasis in vivo

Minna Roh-Johnson

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA
110 Willamette, 4pm

Monday, September 26

Meta Meeting

What I did over summer vacation

Brief highlights from conferences and workshops attended by members over the summer
350 Willamette, 4pm

Friday, Aug 5 through Sunday, Aug 7

META Center for Systems Biology 3rd Annual Symposium

Host-Microbe Systems Biology: FROM MODELS TO MEDICINE

Eugene Hilton

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