Schedule

UPCOMING SEMINARS:

June 2017 Nicole Buan, University of Nebraska (@nicolebuan):

July 2017 Kat Milligan-Myrhe, University of Alaska (@Napaaqtuk):

August 2017 Suzanne Ford, University of Oxford (@SuzanneAFord):

September 2017 Josh Neufeld, University of Waterloo (@joshdneufeld):

October 2017 Stephanie Lutz, Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (GFZ) (@SteffiLutz):

November 2017 Rebecca Case, University of Alberta:

December 2017 Ellie Harrison

December 2017 Wil Leavitt, Dartmouth College

January 2018 Megan Dobro, Hampshire College

February 2018 Kevin Kohl, University of Pittsburgh (@KevinDKohl)

Interested in presenting? Contact us through twitter or email an organizer!

PREVIOUS SEMINARS (alphabetically, by presenter last name):

Esther Angert, Cornell University: Go Big — DNA  Dynamics of Very Large Bacteria 08/01/14

David Baltrus, University of Arizona (@surt_lab): Microbiomes inside of microbes (or why even metagenomics may not paint the whole picture of ecosystem function) 06/24/15

Daniel Bond & group, University of Minnesota (@wanderingbond): Feeding metal-reducing bacteria with electrodes, or, “do bacteria dream of electric rocks?” 07/17/14

Eric Boyd, Montana State University: Between a rock and an icy place – mineralogical controls on the assembly of a subglacial microbial community 12/12/14

Brandon Briggs, Miami University, Ohio (@extrememicrobe): Do extremophile communities in hot spring environments change with the season? 06/06/14

Robert Brucker, Harvard University (@liveinsymbiosis): Speciation by symbiosis: the microbiome as a unit of selection 08/06/15

Paul Carini, University of Maryland (@Paul_Carini): SAR11 mechanisms for surviving phosphate famine 04/16/15

Vaughn Cooper, University of Pittsburgh (@vscooper): Evolution in biofilms and biofilm-associated infections 01/12/17

Kristen DeAngelis, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, (@kristenobacter): Soil microbial oligotrophs respond to long-term warming in temperate forest soils 09/18/14

Yana Eglit, Dalhousie University: Protist fishing in microhabitats and the meaning of life 07/24/15

Tom Hanson, University of Delaware (@hanson_lab): Surprising revelations from studying S(0) metabolism in Chlorobaculum tepidum 2/17/17

Laura Hug, UC Berkeley (@LAHug_): Piecing life together – microbial diversity and function through meta-omic analyses 10/23/15

Mike Jetten, Radboud University (@msmjetten): Impossible anaerobic microbes important in the global methane and nitrogen cycles 05/11/2016

Michael Johnson, University of Arizona (@blacksciblog): How is copper toxic to Bacteria and why should we care?   03/16/17

John Kelly, Loyola University (@johnkellymicro):Microbial interactions with emerging contaminants in urban streams 10/26/16

Jonathan Klassen, University of Connecticut (@KlassenLab): How do species interactions structure the microbiome? Lessons from fungus-growing ants 02/18/16

Brian Kvitko, University of Georgia (@KvitkoPhD): Dazed and Confused: How does plant immunity suppress bacterial virulence?  4/27/17

Deric Learman, Central Michigan University (@GeoMicro_DRL): Microbial redox transformations: Examining the how and pondering the why. 07/03/14

Sarah Lebeis, Univ. of Tennessee at Knoxville (@Slebiomes) : Exercising influence: factors that shape plant microbiomes 03/30/16

Derek Lovley, UMass Amherst (@microbeelectric): Happy Together: Microbial Communities that Hook Up to Swap Electrons 08/10/16 (Note, we had a frozen presentation from ~2 min, 45 sec to 5:45 so skip that section. Working on editing this out.)

Julia Maresca, University of Delaware (@CivilMicro) : Efficient, not lazy: Physiological traits of heterotrophic bacteria from a phosphate-limited lake 01/21/16

Trina McMahon, University of Wisconsin, Madison (@quendi): Genome-scale dynamics in wild freshwater bacterial populations 12/15/16

Julie Meyer, University of Florida (@lebetimonas): Microbe-microbe interactions and the role of nutrients in coral disease 11/20/14

David Needham, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (@animalkewls): Daily-to-weekly dynamics of marine microbial eukaryotes, bacteria, archaea, and viruses
 and their implications 05/11/17

Irene Newton, Indiana University Bloomington (@chicaScientific): Necessity is the mother of invention: interactions between an intracellular parasite and its host cytoskeleton 02/12/15

Charles Pepe-Ranney, Cornell University (@chuck_pr): Tracking carbon into and through the soil microbial community with DNA-SIP   05/19/16 

Ameet Pinto, Northeastern University (@watermicrobe): Managing microbes at the tap.
11/17/2016

Mihai Pop, The University of Maryland: Metagenomic assembly – the devil is in the details 08/21/15

Bethany Rader, Southern Illinois University: Old dogs teaching us old tricks: alkaline phasphatase modulation of LPS signalling in the squid/vibrio symbiosis 04/13/16 

Ben Roller, Michigan State University (@ben_roller): Every ‘bug’ has its day: predicting bacterial life history tactics using rRNA operon copy number 09/24/15

Pat Schloss, University of Michigan (@PatSchloss): What is past is prologue: Deciphering assembly rules with the murine microbiome 10/17/14

Lauren Seyler, Rutgers University (@mousquemere): Discerning marine crenarchaeal heterotrophy through stable isotope probing 08/15/14

Jesse Shapiro, Université de Montréal (@bjesseshapiro): Tradeoffs in the evolution of pathogens within and between patients 06/02/16

Jason Stajich, University of California, Riverside (@hyphaltip): Digested fungal genomes: several studies of fungal evolution using genomics 05/29/15

Siobhan Watkins, New Mexico Tech (@DrSivWatkins): “I do not think it means what you think it means”: searching for specific phages in metagenomic datasets 07/14/16

Karrie Weber, University of Nebraska, Lincoln (@rockNmicrobe): Subsurface biogeochemistry:  What do viruses have to do with it?  08/29/14

Paula Welander, Stanford University (@PaulaWelander):Reconciling the lipid divide: sterol synthesis in the bacterial domain 09/30/16

Rachel Whitaker, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (@RachelJWhitaker): Expanding the role for viruses in microbial ecosystems 11/23/15

Lizzy Wilbanks, Caltech (@LizzyWilbanks): A sulfurous symbiosis: Microscale sulfur cycling in the pink berry consortia of the Sippewissett Salt Marsh 01/16/15

Mike Wilkins, The Ohio State University (@mj_wilkins): Who’s doing what? Inferring microbial metabolism and physiology in the subsurface. 06/20/14

Laura Williams, Providence College (@MicroWavesSci):  “Voracious Smalls”: Predatory bacteria in the environment 12/17/15

Kelly Wrighton, The Ohio State University (@kcwrighton): Tracking fracking: What goes down, might come up 03/20/15

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