Two independent 4-day meetings. In both of these, we will embrace thought-provoking discussions, community engagement on cutting edge topics in microbial evolution, and informal discussions over shared meals and beautiful scenery. Applicants may apply to either or both meetings. Both meetings will feature invited speakers (please find a list in the attached poster), and we welcome applications for short talks and poster presentations. We aim to have all participants present their work.
Applications will be reviewed based on overall quality and fit for the meeting. Abstracts must be unique and specific to the theme of the meeting. As a fully trainee-organized meeting, we especially welcome applications from graduate students and postdocs. But all levels are welcome! Both meetings will be small (~60 people) and will feature meals and social activities at the venue to drive discussion and engagement. Registration and two meals per day will be provided at no cost. Participants should cover travel and accommodation, but we expect to provide need-based financial assistance for both to anyone who needs it. Please reach out to us directly for financial assistance. Applications are now open, andclose onNovember 30th 2021 at 11:59pm. All applications will be reviewed after this deadline. We expect to send acceptance emails by mid December.
Meeting I is focused on Microbial Communities and Coevolution (May 16 – 20, 2022).
Meeting II is focused on Microbial Evolutionary Dynamics (May 30 – June 3, 2022).
Visit the following website for details of each workshop and for the abstract submission process.
The second online Microbial Evolution Seminar will take place on 17 December 10am EST/ 4pm CET.
Assistant Professor Elsa Hansen from the Pennsylvania State University, will present her recent work on antibiotic resistance.
Elsa will give a 20 minute presentation, followed by 40 minutes of discussion in break-out rooms and in-plenum. We would like these sessions to be informal and with opportunity for participants and presenters of different backgrounds and expertise to join in.
If you want to participate, you can sign up here. If you (know of someone who)’d like to be added to the mailing list let us know.
Organizers: Sandra Breum Andersen, Jesse Shapiro, Constance Schultzs, Michael Baym, Melanie Ghoul & Marjon de Vos
Despite the corona situation science continues, online and offline.
Marjon gave a presentation at the virtual meeting ‘Dynamics of Biological Systems: from viruses to populations’, organized by Katarzyna Dziedzic-Kocurek, Jakub Mielczarek, Marcin Zagorski and hosted by the Garage of Complexity, Jagiellonian University (Poland).