Young Investigator Oral Abstract Presentations
Submit your abstract to be considered for an oral presentation. Select afternoon symposia at asm2014 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.
Sunday, May 18
- Behavior Modification in Bacteria: The Many Roles of Second Messengers
- Biofilms: Synthesis and Consequences
- Bioremediation Crusaders
- Dispelling Dogmas
- Ecology of Microbial Eukaryotes
- Interplay between Symbiosis and the Environment
- Intracellular Innate Immunity against Bacterial Pathogens: Who’s the Winner?
- Mechanisms of Microbial Quiescence
- Metals and Microbes
- Microbial Biotechnology for Production of Advanced Biofuels and Biochemicals
- New Microbes and Pathways-C1 Metabolism
- This is Your Brain on Microbes
Monday, May 19
- Bridging the Culture Gaps: Tissue Engineering and Modeling the Host-Pathogen Interface
- DNA Dynamics
- Impact of the Food Chain on Antibiotic Resistance Ecology
- It Takes a Villus: Mechanisms of Enteric Pathogens
- Marine Microbiology: Challenges to Old Paradigms
- Microbial Biogeography
- Modularity of the N-Cycle
- Prokaryotes on the Move: New View on Motility
- Shaping of the Microbiome through Host Immunity
- Synthetic Biology of Cytokinesis and Other Complex Cellular Processes
- Systems Biology Meets Synthetic Biology: Harnessing the Power of Biological Organisms for Biotechnological Applications
- Turning to the Dark Side: The Host RNA Transcriptional Machinery and Its Repurposing by Phage and Virulence Factors
Tuesday, May 20
- Bacterial Methylomes
- Beyond the Iron Age: Metals in Pathogenesis
- Cracking the Genetic Code: Translation and Protein Synthesis in the Genome Era
- Genome Engineering and Control of Bacterial Physiology Mediated by Small RNAs
- Host Genetic Control of the Microbiome
- Microbes Hijacking the Host
- Origins of Zoonotic Pathogens
- Portraits of Microbial Chromosomes
- A Strange Place for a Picnic: Microbial Appetites in Tough Neighborhoods
- We Are Not Alone: Microbial Revelations of the Built Environment
- Wikileaks: Host Surveillance Association is Watching
*New this Year! ASM Lecturer’s Choice
- Small Change, Big Change: The Growing Challenge of Climate Change in the Ocean