Question Title

Image
Thursday and Friday, April 9-10
7 am - 6 pm both days
Location: Fred Hutch, Arnold Building, Behnke Suite (M1-A303)
Presented by the Fred Hutch Microbiome Research Initiative (MRI) and
the UW Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics (CMiST).
This event is free but space is limited.  REGISTER BELOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

Question Title

* 1. Please complete your contact info:

Question Title

* 2. Where is your primary appointment or affiliation?

Question Title

* 3. Please indicate your title

Question Title

* 4. Are you currently working in microbiome research?

Question Title

* 5. Please indicate any dietary requirements

So that we may accommodate as many people as possible, please review the schedule and indicate how likely you are to attend each session:

Thursday April 9

Keynote: Microbiome, Immunity & Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Ramnik Xavier, Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard University

HIV
Jason Brenchley, National Institutes of Health
Matthew Hayward, Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard University
Sujatha Srinivasan, Fred Hutch

Models of Disease
Robert Britton, Baylor College of Medicine
Motoko Koyama, Fred Hutch
Melissa Kordahi, UW

Pediatrics
Gautam Dantas, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Friday April 10

Keynote: Microbiomes in Transition
Janet Jansson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Therapeutics
Bruce Roberts, Vedanta Biosciences
Scott Olesen, OpenBiome
David Suskind, UW

Biostatistics
Michael Wu, Fred Hutch/UW
Samuel Minot, Fred Hutch

Chemistry
Emily Balskus, Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard University
Pieter Dorrestein, University of California San Diego
Julia Yue Cui, UW
Christopher Johnston, Fred Hutch

Question Title

* 6. How likely you are to attend each THURSDAY session?

  Very Likely Somewhat Likely Not Likely
Keynote: Immunity/IBD
HIV
Models of Disease
Pediatrics

Question Title

* 7. How likely you are to attend each FRIDAY session?

  Very Likely Somewhat Likely Not Likely
Keynote: Microbiomes in Transition
Therapeutics
Biostatistics
Chemistry

Question Title

* 8. How did you hear about the Symposium?

Question Title

* 9. What area/s of microbiome research interest you the most?

Question Title

* 10. Any other questions or comments?

T