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 ^  Date  ^  Conférenciers\\ Speakers ​ ^  Expertise FR  ^  Expertise EN  ^  Lieu\\ Location ​         ^  ^  Date  ^  Conférenciers\\ Speakers ​ ^  Expertise FR  ^  Expertise EN  ^  Lieu\\ Location ​         ^ 
 | 17-10-2019 \\ 10AM | Kari Dunfield ​ | Microbiologie Environnementale des Agro-écosystèmes | Environmental Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems | IRBV| | 17-10-2019 \\ 10AM | Kari Dunfield ​ | Microbiologie Environnementale des Agro-écosystèmes | Environmental Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems | IRBV|
-| 21-11-2018 \\ 3PM | Alexander Hynes | Écologie des phages / microbiote intestinal | Phage ecology / Gut microbiota | McGill |+| 21-11-2019 \\ 3PM | Alexander Hynes | Écologie des phages / microbiote intestinal | Phage ecology / Gut microbiota | McGill ​
 +| 16-01-2020 \\ 1:45PM | Jerome Comte | Diversité et fonction microbienne | Diversity and microbial function | UQAM |
  
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 **L'​événement est gratuit, ouvert à tous, et les rafraîchissements sont inclus!** ​ **L'​événement est gratuit, ouvert à tous, et les rafraîchissements sont inclus!** ​
  
-Dr. Kari Dunfield is a professor in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph, specialized in soil microbial communities ecology. After a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary, she did an M.Sc. in Crop Science at University of Saskatchewan,​ followed by a Ph.D. at the same University in Soil Science, finished in 2002. She now holds Canada Research Chair in Environmental Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems at the University of Guelph and is also an editor for the Canadian Journal of Microbiology. Her main research areas encompass different aspects of soil microbial communities ecology, with a special focus on linking molecular profiles to communities functions involved in soil biogeochemical processes. To overcome this challenge, Prof. Kari Dunfield relies on developing interdisciplinary research, based on collaboration amongst different laboratories. The ultimate goal of her research is to develop agronomic practices more respectful of the environment and efficient tools for soil bioremediation.+Dr. Kari Dunfield is a professor in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph, specialized in soil microbial communities ecology. After a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary, she did an M.Sc. in Crop Science at the University of Saskatchewan,​ followed by a Ph.D. at the same University in Soil Science, finished in 2002. She now holds Canada Research Chair in Environmental Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems at the University of Guelph and is also an editor for the Canadian Journal of Microbiology. Her main research areas encompass different aspects of soil microbial communities ecology, with a special focus on linking molecular profiles to communities' ​functions involved in soil biogeochemical processes. To overcome this challenge, Prof. Kari Dunfield relies on developing interdisciplinary research, based on collaboration amongst different laboratories. The ultimate goal of her research is to develop agronomic practices more respectful of the environment and efficient tools for soil bioremediation.
  
 [[https://​uoguelph.ca/​crc/​dunfield/​|CRC-Dunfield]] [[https://​uoguelph.ca/​crc/​dunfield/​|CRC-Dunfield]]
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 +===Jérôme Comte===
 +<​hidden>​Le Dr. Jérôme Comte est professeur adjoint au Centre Eau terre environnement de l’institut national de la recherche scientifique. Il est titulaire d'un doctorat en biologie de l'​Université du Québec à Montréal (2010) et a réalisé des stages post-doctoraux à l’Université d’Uppsala (Suède) et l’Université Laval. Avant de rejoindre l’INRS, le Dr. Comte a occupé le poste de chercheur au Centre canadien des eaux intérieures d’Environnement et Changement Climatique Canada à Burlington (Ontario) jusqu’en 2018. Ses recherches portent sur la diversité et la fonction des communautés microbiennes et au sein des écosystèmes aquatiques, avec un accent particulier sur les milieux nordiques. Le programme de recherche du Dr. Comte a pour principal objectif d’identifier les mécanismes de réponse des communautés microbiennes face à des changements environnementaux et d’en évaluer les implications pour la structure et le fonctionnement des écosystèmes aquatiques.
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 +[[http://​www.inrs.ca/​jerome-comte|Dr. Jerome Comte]]
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 +La conférence aura lieu le 16 janvier 2020 à 13h45, à l'​UQÀM,​ SB-1115. ​
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 +**L'​événement est gratuit, ouvert à tous, et les rafraîchissements sont inclus!**
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 +Dr. Jérôme Comte is an assistant professor at the Centre Eau Terre Environnement of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) in Quebec City, Canada. He holds a PhD in Biology (Université du Québec à Montréal, ​ 2010) and conducted post-doctoral studies at Uppsala University (Sweden) and Université Laval (Canada). Before joining INRS, Dr. Comte worked as a researcher at the Canada Center for Inland Waters (Environment and Climate Change Canada) in Burlington, Ontario until 2018. His research focuses on the diversity and function of microbial communities within aquatic ecosystems, with a particular focus on northern environments. The main objective of Dr. Comte'​s research program is to identify the response mechanisms of microbial communities to environmental changes and to assess their implications for the structure and functioning of aquatic ecosystems.
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 +[[http://​www.inrs.ca/​jerome-comte?​f=english|Dr. Jerome Comte]]
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 +The conference will be on January 16th at 1:45 p.m. in UQÀM, room SB-1115.
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 +**The event is free, open to all and refreshments are included !**
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