Microbiome Epidemiology Working Group (MEWG)

The Microbiome Epidemiology Working Group (MEWG) is an informal presentation environment in which students, postdoctoral fellows, researchers, and junior faculty can present works-in-progress in a welcoming environment. It’s made to showcase microbiome population studies from a variety of settings, including immune and inflammatory disease, infectious disease, nutritional epidemiology, and molecular or microbial ecology. Presentation format is an informal seminar, which should include work that is not yet published and under development, possibly in a very early state; questions for and interactions with the audience are encouraged.

MEWG takes place every other Monday, 3-4 pm, during the fall and spring semesters. Spring 2022 meetings will take place via Zoom. If you are not currently on the MEWG listserv and would like to be added, please reach out to Nicole Levesque.

Spring 2022:

January 31 Smita Gopinath
February 14 Paul Nelson
February 28 Tobyn Branck
March 14 Sam Zimmerman
March 28 Yiqing Wang
April 11 Fenglei Wang
April  25 Andrew Ghazi
May 9 Marco Jost