Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Can't wait for this meeting on Microbial Communities as Drivers of Ecosystem Complexity

I truly can't wait for this meeting: Keystone Symposia Conference | Microbial Communities as Drivers of Ecosystem Complexity - Program

Organizers: Jacques Ravel, Vincent B. Young, Mitchell Sogin and Trina McMahon. March 25 - 30, 2011 • Beaver Run Resort  •  Breckenridge, Colorado

The current program is listed below.  Still time to register.  Oh, and it is in Breckenridge, CO, which is kind of nice.  If you are interested in microbial communities, especially molecular studies of said communities, this could be the place to be ...
  • Norman R. Pace, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA 
    Molecular Analysis of Microbial Communities - Historical Perspective
  • Mitchell Sogin, Marine Biological Laboratory, USA Long-Tailed Microbial Communities
  • Susan Lynch, University of California, San Francisco, USA Microbial Community Analysis Using the PhyloChip
  • Jonathan A. Eisen, University of California, Davis, USA Phylogenetic and Phylogenomic Approaches to Metagenomic Analysis
  • Joseph Petrosino, Baylor College of Medicine, USA Sequencing Technologies Applied to Studying Microbial Ecology
  • Patrick D. Schloss, University of Michigan, USA Developing and Validating Tools for Computational Microbial Ecology
  • Rob Knight, University of Colorado, USA Quantitative Insights into Microbial Ecology
  • Jed Alan Fuhrman, University of Southern California, USA Integrating Molecular and Environmental Data to Evaluate Community Patterns
  • John Heidelberg, University of Southern California, USA Metagenomic Analysis of Marine Microbial Communities
  • Peter J. Turnbaugh, Harvard University, USA Metagenomic Analysis of the Human Gut
  • Susannah Tringe, DOE Joint Genome Institute, USA Bioenergy Metagenomics
  • Stanislav Dusko Ehrlich, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), France A Human Gut Microbial Gene Catalogue Established by Metagenomic Sequencing
  • Trina McMahon, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Functional Genomics of Polyphosphate Accumulating Bacteria: 'Eco-Systems' Biology for Wastewater Treatment
  • Gregory J. Dick, University of Michigan, USA Talk Title to be Determined
  • Robert L. Hettich, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA A Proteogenomic Approach for Characterizing the Molecular Activities of Gut Microbiomes
  • Brendan Bohannon†, University of Oregon, USA Environmental Microbial Ecology
  • Claire Horner-Devine, University of Washington, USA Biogeography of Microbial Communities
  • Thomas Schmidt, Michigan State University, USA Ecologic Strategies of Environmental Microbes
  • Margaret Riley, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA Antibiotic-Induced Changes in the GI
  • Jacques Ravel, University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA The Temporal Dynamics of the Vaginal Microbiota
  • Forest Rohwer, San Diego State University, USA RNA Virus Communities Associated with Human
  • Zoe G. Cardon, Marine Biological Laboratory, USA Soil Microbial Ecology
  • David A. Stahl, University of Washington, USA Metabolic Modeling of a Mutualistic Microbial Community
  • Jay P. Tiesman, Procter & Gamble, USA Microbial Community Analysis from a Systems Biology Perspective
  • Edward F. Delong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Systems Biology of Planktonic Marine Microbial Communities
  • David A. Relman, Stanford University, USA Perturbation of the Human Microbiome: Unrest at Home
  • Julie Segre, NHGRI, National Institutes of Health, USA The Skin Microbiome
  • Vincent B. Young, University of Michigan, USA Integrating Human Microbial Ecology in a Clinical Setting

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