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Your Environment. Your Health.

Registration

Impact of Environmental Exposures on the Microbiome and Human Health

February 23 - 24, 2021 · 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Virtual Meeting

Registration Closes: February 5, 2021

Are you a trainee (graduate student or postdoc)?

Breakout Session

Please respond below:

Do you plan to attend a breakout session for discussions (we would like these to be active discussions on the topics presented at the workshop)? You can choose one session per day. (required)

Lightning Talks

Lightning talks are short (3min) presentations on any microbiome-focused work that relates to one of the 4 main topics of the workshop (Health and Toxicity, Environmental Exposures, ADME, and/or Models and Methods). We are particularly encouraging early career scientists to present (there will be a limited number of talks available per day). If interested in giving a Lightning Talk, please register here.

This meeting will be a virtual meeting. For planning purposes, the number of people that will participate in each breakout sessions is needed to provide enough IT support.

Interests

Please indicate how the following applies to you:

Please tell us about your expertise (please choose at least one) (required)
Please tell us about your interests in the microbiome (please choose at least one) (required) Please choose at least one
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