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Meta Meetings

Monday, January 22

Meta Meeting

Travis Wiles Practice Talk

“Dissecting the form and function of host–microbe relationships within the intestine”

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, January 15

No Meta Meeting – MLK Holiday

Monday, January 8

No Meta Meeting

Monday, January 1

No Meta Meeting

New Years Holiday

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, December 25

No Meta Meeting

Christmas Holiday

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, December 18

No Meta Meeting – Winter Break

Monday, Dec 11

Meta Meeting

Travis Wiles

Brainstorming Future Directions

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, December 4

Meta Meeting

Ellie Melancon, Elena Wall, Kyleah Murphy

Zebrafish and Biosafety Training

(strongly encouraged for anyone using zebrafish or fish-derived bacteria)
350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, November 27

Meta Meeting

Jennifer Hampton Hill

“From the gut to the pancreas: The structure of BefA reveals a functional domain which signals directly to beta cells.

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, November 20

Meta Meeting

Daniel Shoup

“Mechanics and Implications of Collective Bacterial Behavior”

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, November 13

Meta Meeting

Cathy Robinson

“Adaptive Evolution of a Zebrafish Gut Symbiont”

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, November 6

Meta Meeting

Brian Hammer and Joao Xavier

(Raghu Hosting)

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, October 30

Meta Meeting

Clay Small and Emily Beck

“Sources of variation in 16S community profiles of the stickleback gut”

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, October 23

Meta Meeting

Kristi Hamilton

“The Enteric Nervous System Impacts on Intestinal Dynamics”

350 Willamette 4pm

Monday, October 16

Meta Meeting

Beth Miller

“Modeling the Microbiome: Community and Evolutionary Studies”

350 Willamette 4pm

 

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