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Thrash Lab research at ASM

We’re heading to ASM Microbe 2019 this week and both Celeste and Mike are presenting unpublished results of their current research. Mike is giving a talk and both have posters are in the AES session on Sunday 6/23:

AES-1090: Comparative Genomics and Physiology Using New Isolates Supports Niche Differentiation within Coastal SAR11 Subclade IIIa – V. Celeste Lanclos

AES-1101: Large Scale High-Throughput Cultivation Insights into the Culturabilty and Ecosystem Functions of Important Coastal Bacterioplankton – Michael W. Henson

Mike’s talk is in S324 – Anchoring Microbes to Biogeochemical Function (Sunday 6/23 1:30-4:00pm), with a host of other excellent scientists like Kelly Wrighton, Romy Chakraborty, Alex Greenlon, Paul Carini, and Roland Hatzenpichler. Large Scale High-Throughput Cultivation Insights into the Culturabilty and Ecosystem Functions of Important Coastal Bacterioplankton – Michael W. Henson

I’ll also be co-hosting a plenary session with Kelly Wrighton on Friday 6/21: S019 – Moving Beyond the Omics Crystal Ball: Functional Validation of Genome-enabled Predictions

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