Events: Calendar

Microbiome Connections to the Environment and Health

Title: Microbiome Connections to the Environment and Health
Event Date: 9/22/2017 - 9/22/2017
Location:

CALIT2 Building Auditorium, UC Irvine

Agenda:

10:00 am Presentations (lunch provided) 4:45 pm Reception

10 am Welcome and introductions

10:15 am 

Rachel Dutton UC San Diego

Deconstructing and reconstructing microbial communities using cheese 

10:50 am  Denise Dearing University of Utah

Gut microbes facilitate the ingestion of dietary toxins by wild herbivores

11:25 pm David Valentine UC Santa Barbara

The microbiome of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill

LUNCH BREAK

1:00 pm Adam Martiny UC Irvine

Population genomic structure of marine bacteria

1:35 pm  Susan Huang UC Irvine

The impact of decolonization on healthcare-associated infections

2:10 pm  Steven Frese Evolve Biosystems, Davis CA

Restoring the infant gut microbiome

COFFEE BREAK

3:30 pm  Ilhem Messaoudi UC Irvine

Uncovering the role of microbiome in development of environmental enteric disease using a rhesus macaque model

4:05 pm Rob Edwards San Diego State University

The global and local evolution of a ubiquitous phage from human intestines

WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION

Sponsors:

This fifth annual microbiome symposium is co-hosted by UCI’s Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics, Calit2, the UCI Data Science Initiative, and the UCI Microbiome Initiative.

Directions:

Directions are found here.