At last week’s Math and the Microbiome Workshop, Chris Madden was part of a team that developed a project proposal titled “DIAPRS: LongituDinal Infant MicrobiAl Community Dynamics and SuscePtibility to DaycaRe IllnesS.” The interdisciplinary, cross-institutional team received $5000 of seed grant funding toward their innovative project. Congratulations DIAPRS team!
Team DIAPRS: Hard at work brainstorming
Manuscript Accepted: Morphine Potentiates Dysbiotic Microbial and Metabolic Shifts in Acute SIV Infection.
Great work to all the teams involved in this study!
Farm Science Review in London, OH: https://fsr.osu.edu/
Vanessa presented on Chronic Wasting Disease in White-tailed Deer
… and debated the necessity of a lab tractor.
Symposium: Advances in Non-Invasive Techniques for Primate Research and Conservation – hosted by Chia Tan and Cristina Giacoma.
Vanessa’s Presentation: One gram of stool, one hundred billion microbes: How to approach a microbiome study.
Thanks for a great symposium!
Many thanks to the workshop participants, Addis Ababa University, and to the Summer One Health Institute for this wonderful opportunity!
David Minich presented his summer research “Examining routes of prion entry into the gut of white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus” at the National Veterinary Scholars Symposium at Texas A&M.
For more information about the workshop, click here.
Poo-mojis, a bladder plushie, and an MVPoop award.
For more canoe adventure photos, click here.