WHERE: Palmer Commons, 4th Floor
The Inaugural Glenn V. Edmonson Lecture and 2022 Biomedical Engineering Symposium are intended to build the BME community across campus and honor the legacy of the first graduate chair of the Biomedical Engineering program. These events will provide a forum for BME faculty and students campus-wide along with our collaborators to present current research progress and discuss future research opportunities at the interface of engineering and medicine.
June 1-2, 2022
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, In Person Attendance
Register Here: http://conferences.union.wisc.edu/microbes/
The 2022 Conference on Beneficial Microbes will provide a forum for the exchange of the latest conceptual and technological developments in the fast-moving field of beneficial host-microbe interactions. By bringing together US and international researchers across multiple disciplines (microbiology, immunology, developmental biology, neurobiology, physiology, nutrition, genomics, ecology, systems biology, evolutionary biology and clinical science), the conference will continue its 20-year tradition to examine the central role of microbes across biology.