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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Register for Madison Microbiome Meeting (M3)

Registration closes Apr 9 for event on Apr 25 – 26, 2018

The Microbiome community is a group of researchers at UW-Madison with a shared interest in microbiome science and engineering. UW-Madison microbiome researchers work in many different systems ranging from the human body, animals, soil, plants, lakes, food, wastewater treatment systems, and test tubes.  We use combinations of -omics, computational biology, experiments, field work, and simulations to advance our understanding of how microbiomes function and how we can harness them to improve the quality of life for humans and the health of the environment. The Microbiome Portal is a website and associated activities to connect and support the community.
M3 meeting: Unmasking Common Principle Governing the Microbiome
April 25 & 26, 2018, Discovery Building H.F. DeLuca Forum
Abstract submission deadline: Monday Apr 2
Registration deadline: Monday Apr 9.  Space is limited.