09:00-10:30 - OIST new faculties' talk
11:00-12:20 - OIST faculties' talk
12:20-13:30 - Poster viewing
13:30-15:30 - OIST researchers/students' talk
Tracing the origins and evolution of human microbiome investigations: from pursuit of earth’s earliest life forms to the etiology of Pouchitis2018-12-04
Tracing the origins and evolution of human microbiome investigations: from pursuit of earth’s earliest life forms to the etiology of Pouchitis
Speaker: Mitchell L. Sogin Ph.D.
The Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole
Dr. Scott Cummins, University of Sunshine Coast, Australia.
Key words: Marine Biology, Neurobiology, Chemical Ecology, Genomic, Proteomic
New Insights on Global Climate Change from Coral Reefs
Prof. Rob Dunbar
The art of harnessing dark energy: Symbioses between marine invertebrates and chemosynthetic bacteria.2017-12-01
Prof. Dr. Nicole Dubilier, Director, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology
Head of the Symbiosis Department from Bremen, Germany will give a talk.
Dr. Beverly Goodman, Faculty member, University of Haifa, Leon Chrney School, Department of Marine Geosciences
The paradox of the third tier: From the Red Sea to the Mediterranean- Climate change and the third tier paradox by Prof. Dan Tchernov2017-11-21
Prof. Dr. Dan Tchernov, Director, Department of Marine Biology, Leon Charney School of Marine Sciences, University of Haifa
Dr. Mitchell Sogin is a MBL Distinguished Scientist and Professor in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown University. His work focuses on microbial evolution and diversity. *Open to public