Young Investigator Oral Abstract Presentations
Submit your abstract to be considered for an oral presentation. Select afternoon symposia at asm2015 will include four 15-minute oral presentations from submitted abstracts of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and assistant professors.
Here’s how it works:
- During the abstract submission process, select yes if you meet the criteria of a Young Investigator.
- Also during the abstract submission process, select yes to indicate that you would like your abstract to be considered for oral presentation.
- Choose the session(s) to which you would like to have your abstract submitted.
- The session conveners will review the accepted abstracts and notify those that have been selected.
PLEASE NOTE: You must first be selected for a poster presentation in order to be considered for a Young Investigator Oral Abstract Presentation. If you are not selected for an Oral Presentation you will still present a Poster.
Sunday, May 31
- “En-lightened” Microorganisms: What’s New with Phototrophic Microbes?
- Life after Death
- New Approaches for Natural Product Prospecting and Discovery
- Next Generation Microbiology Education: Tried and True Evidence-Based Learning Strategies and Outcomes
- Pre-Existing Conditions: Roles for the Microbiome and Host Genetics in Shaping the Response to Diet and Pathogen
- Single Cell Dynamics
Monday, June 1
- Benefits and Risks of Fresher and More Natural Food Trends
- Evolution, Adaptation, and RNA Viral Scape to Insect and Human Sensing
- General Motors
- Holobionts and Their Hologenomes
- Making a Happy Home: New Concepts in Niche Modulation by Microbial Pathogens
- Oceans Alive
- Pathogen Population Dynamics within the Host
- Polymicrobial Community Development and Evolution
Tuesday, June 2
- The Dark Biochemistry of Microbial Genomes: Unexpected Enzyme Reactions of “Genetic False Friends”
- Discrete Genetic Changes in Bacteria that Impact Host Colonization
- Emerging Frontiers in the Microbiology of Oil and Gas Degradation in Terrestrial and Marine Environments
- Innate Immunity at the Host-Microbe Interface
- New Life for an Old Regulator: New Developments in ppGpp Research
- Shifting Paradigms: Diversity in Chemotaxis Signaling Systems