Past Events

Defining causal mechanisms for microbiota–immune interactions

Dr. Neil Surana, Duke University School of Medicine

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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

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

Eleanor Jameson, The University of Warwick

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Impacts of Microbial Invasions on Community Assembly and Ecosystem Function

Michaeline Albright, Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Chemical Mediators at the Bacterial-Fungal Interface

Christian Heckwert, Leibniz Institute

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The Dark Side of Science: Misconduct in Biomedical Research

Elizabeth Bik, Science Consultant, Harbers Bik LLC

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Fungal treatment in bioconversion of lignocellulosic feedstocks

Juliana Vasco-Correa, Assistant Professor, Penn State

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The Role of the Rhizospheric Bacterial Community on Ralstonia solanacearum's Distribution and Suppression on Naturally Infested Flue-Cured Tobacco Fields in North Carolina

Raymond Garcia-Rodriguez, Postdoctoral Scholar, Penn State

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Causes and consequences of human gut microbiome composition

Emily Davenport, Assistant Professor of Biology, Penn State

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The endophytic-enteric cycle of bacteria

Maria Esperanza Martinez Romero, Ph.D., National Autonomous University of Mexico

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