Past Events

Events

How deep should we dig into the soil microbiome? Relationships between the soil virome and crop rotation

Eleanor Jameson, The University of Warwick

Zoom

Speeding-up nature restoration with soil microbiome steering: a case study of bottom-up and top-down regulation of microbial communities

Elly Morriën, University of Amsterdam

Zoom

Defining causal mechanisms for microbiota–immune interactions

Dr. Neil Surana, Duke University School of Medicine

Zoom

Ecology and evolution of symbiotic single cell eukaryotes

Stephen Taerum, Postdoctoral Researcher, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

Zoom

Exploring viral diversity from the global oceans to the human gut

Ann Gregory, KU Leuven

Zoom

Workshop: Utilizing a reverse-ecology framework to study recently speciated microbial populations - tutorial

David VanInsberghe, Emory University

Zoom

Resolving the structure of phage-bacteria interactions in the context of natural diversity

Kathryn Kauffman, University at Buffalo

Zoom

Workshop: Utilizing a reverse-ecology framework to study recently speciated microbial populations - bring your own data

David VanInsberghe, Emory University

Zoom

Infectious burden, APOE-ϵ4, and risk for poor cognition

Chen Zhao, Penn State

Zoom

Genomes and microbiomes of traditional Himalayan populations

Aashish Jha, NYU Abu Dhabi

Zoom