Preparations for the 5th Annual JAMS Symposium are underway. The symposium and dinner and student poster competition will be held on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday the 16th of March 2016 at the Australian Museum, Sydney Australia.
The speaker line-up is locked in and registration is now open!
The Centre for Systems Genomics is holding a 1-day symposium on metagenomics and microbiome research, Tuesday November 17 at Bio21.
Interested in presenting? Register now! and complete the abstract section.
This free event will feature talks on a range of microbiome-related topics including new computational and lab methods, covering a range of application areas including the human microbiome in health and disease, environmental metagenomics, ecology, agriculture and ancient DNA.
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JAMS will be presenting a seminar series at the Westmead Millennium Institute, held 3-7pm Thrusday October 8th.
Registration is free, please RVSP.
Afternoon tea and dinner with drinks will be provided.
Dr Cameron Webb – Plenary
Mosquito‐borne disease in Australia: emerging threats and novel solutions
Prof Shari Forbes
Profiling breath samples for detection of volatile bacterial ‘fingerprints’ in lung infections
Dr Carola Venturini
Gut microbial ecology: the side‐effects of antibiotic treatment
Dr Gurjeet Kohli
Hunt for toxin biosynthesis genes in dinoflagellates
Dr Matthew O’Sullivan
Managing healthcare workers with suspected Ebola in Sierra Leone
The guts of lifestyle disease management: targeting host‐microbiome interactions for optimal intervention
Dear Australian colleagues,
Please see attached advert for the 4th New Zealand Microbial Ecology Consortium (NZMEC) meeting, to be held at the University of Auckland on 18-19thFebruary 2016. Registration for this meeting is free, and we think you’ll agree that there is a very strong line-up of speakers.