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microecoconf [2019/04/10 11:46] (current)
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 Questions? ​ You can contact one member of our organizing committee: ​ Questions? ​ You can contact one member of our organizing committee: ​
  
 +[[alexis.carteron@umontreal.ca|Alexis Carteron, UdeM]]\\
 [[Anne.DeLaPorte@iaf.inrs.ca|Anne de la Porte, INRS]]\\ ​ [[Anne.DeLaPorte@iaf.inrs.ca|Anne de la Porte, INRS]]\\ ​
 [[a_ramac@live.concordia.ca|Arthi Ramachandran,​ Concordia]]\\ ​ [[a_ramac@live.concordia.ca|Arthi Ramachandran,​ Concordia]]\\ ​
-[[charlie.giard.laliberte@gmail.com|Charlotte Giard-Laliberté,​ INRS]]\\ ​ 
 [[parizadeh.mona@courrier.uqam.ca|Mona Parizadeh, UQÀM]]\\ ​ [[parizadeh.mona@courrier.uqam.ca|Mona Parizadeh, UQÀM]]\\ ​
 [[naila.barbosa.da.costa@umontreal.ca|Naíla Barbosa da Costa, UdeM]]\\ ​ [[naila.barbosa.da.costa@umontreal.ca|Naíla Barbosa da Costa, UdeM]]\\ ​
 +[[paulacjr@gmail.com|Paula Reis, UQÀM]]\\
 [[Ruth.Schmidt@iaf.inrs.ca|Ruth Schmidt, INRS]]\\ ​ [[Ruth.Schmidt@iaf.inrs.ca|Ruth Schmidt, INRS]]\\ ​
 [[sara.garcia@iaf.inrs.ca|Sara Correa Garcia, INRS]]\\ ​ [[sara.garcia@iaf.inrs.ca|Sara Correa Garcia, INRS]]\\ ​
-[[Sarah.Piche-Choquette@iaf.inrs.ca|Sarah Piché-Choquette,​ INRS]]\\ ​ 
 [[steven.sutcliffe@mail.mcgill.ca|Steven Sutcliffe, McGill]]\\ ​ [[steven.sutcliffe@mail.mcgill.ca|Steven Sutcliffe, McGill]]\\ ​
  
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-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​erin-bertrand-conference|Please register]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​erin-bertrand-conference|Please register ​here]]
  
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 **Veuillez-vous inscrire en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous:​** **Veuillez-vous inscrire en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous:​**
  
-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​microeco_laforest_fr]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​microeco_laforest_fr|Veuillez-vous inscrire ici]]
  
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 **Please register:​**  ​ **Please register:​**  ​
  
-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​microeco_laforest]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​microeco_laforest|Please register here]]
  
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 **Veuillez-vous inscrire en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous:​** **Veuillez-vous inscrire en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous:​**
  
-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​josh_neufeld_conference_fr]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​josh_neufeld_conference_fr|Veuillez-vous inscrire ici]]
  
 Professor Josh D. Neufeld received his BSc from Macdonald Campus of McGill University in 1998, followed by a MSc with Fred Archibald (Pulp and Paper Research Institute – PAPRICAN, and McGill University) in 2000, where he studied nitrogen cycling within pulp and paper wastewater treatment systems. He then joined Bill Mohn’s group at the University of British Columbia where he studied soil microbial ecology and obtained his PhD in 2005. Professor Neufeld left Canada for a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, where he studied methylotrophs using stable isotope probing with Professor Colin Murell. He joined the Department of Biology at the University of Waterloo in 2007 and was recently promoted to Full Professor. His research focuses on microbial diversity, the links between function and phylogeny within the carbon and nitrogen cycles, and method development related to both bioinformatics and metagenomics. Research in the Neufeld lab is diverse yet thematically linked, spanning terrestrial,​ freshwaters,​ wastewater, and even the mammalian skin microbiome. Professor Neufeld has also won several awards for teaching excellence as well as for his microbiology research achievements Professor Josh D. Neufeld received his BSc from Macdonald Campus of McGill University in 1998, followed by a MSc with Fred Archibald (Pulp and Paper Research Institute – PAPRICAN, and McGill University) in 2000, where he studied nitrogen cycling within pulp and paper wastewater treatment systems. He then joined Bill Mohn’s group at the University of British Columbia where he studied soil microbial ecology and obtained his PhD in 2005. Professor Neufeld left Canada for a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, where he studied methylotrophs using stable isotope probing with Professor Colin Murell. He joined the Department of Biology at the University of Waterloo in 2007 and was recently promoted to Full Professor. His research focuses on microbial diversity, the links between function and phylogeny within the carbon and nitrogen cycles, and method development related to both bioinformatics and metagenomics. Research in the Neufeld lab is diverse yet thematically linked, spanning terrestrial,​ freshwaters,​ wastewater, and even the mammalian skin microbiome. Professor Neufeld has also won several awards for teaching excellence as well as for his microbiology research achievements
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 **Please register:** **Please register:**
  
-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​josh_neufeld_conference]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​josh_neufeld_conference|Please register here]]
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-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​alexandro_reyes_conference_fr]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​alexandro_reyes_conference_fr|Veuillez-vous inscrire ici]]
  
  
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 **Please register:** **Please register:**
  
-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​alexandro_reyes_conference_en]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​alexandro_reyes_conference_en|Please register here]]
  
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-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​bertilsson_fr]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​bertilsson_fr|Veuillez-vous inscrire ici]]
  
 Dr. Stefan Bertilsson engages in biogeochemical and microbial ecology research. He obtained his PhD from the Dept of Water and Environmental Studies at Linköping University in Sweden, studying the impact of photochemical alterations of dissolved organic matter on heterotrophic bacteria and carbon cycling in lakes. Dr. Bertilsson left Sweden to pursue his postdoctoral studies in Environment and Sustainability at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a K&A Wallenberg Fellow. During this time he developed and applied molecular tools to study the functioning of complex microbial communities. He is currently a Professor of Biology at the Department of Ecology and Genetics at Uppsala University. He is also the Director for the SciLifeLab Microbial Single Cell Genomics Facility and works halftime as Director for the Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science (SITES). His research focuses on how microorganisms influence the biogeochemical cycling of carbon and associated elements and how the composition and function of microbial communities are controlled by environmental factors. ​ Dr. Stefan Bertilsson engages in biogeochemical and microbial ecology research. He obtained his PhD from the Dept of Water and Environmental Studies at Linköping University in Sweden, studying the impact of photochemical alterations of dissolved organic matter on heterotrophic bacteria and carbon cycling in lakes. Dr. Bertilsson left Sweden to pursue his postdoctoral studies in Environment and Sustainability at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a K&A Wallenberg Fellow. During this time he developed and applied molecular tools to study the functioning of complex microbial communities. He is currently a Professor of Biology at the Department of Ecology and Genetics at Uppsala University. He is also the Director for the SciLifeLab Microbial Single Cell Genomics Facility and works halftime as Director for the Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science (SITES). His research focuses on how microorganisms influence the biogeochemical cycling of carbon and associated elements and how the composition and function of microbial communities are controlled by environmental factors. ​
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 **Please register:​** ​ **Please register:​** ​
  
-[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​bertilsson_en]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​bertilsson_en|Please register here]]
  
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 [[https://​uwaterloo.ca/​hug-research-group/​|HUG RESEARCH GROUP]] [[https://​uwaterloo.ca/​hug-research-group/​|HUG RESEARCH GROUP]]
  
-La conférence aura lieu en 18 avril 2019 à 12PM (midi) ​à McGill, TBA.+La conférence aura lieu en 18 avril 2019 à 12PM (midi) ​dans la salle de Conférence Karp (501) du centre de recherche Goodman sur le cancer (Édifice Bellini) de l'​université ​McGill.
  
 L'​événement est gratuit, ouvert à tous, et les rafraîchissements sont inclus! ​ L'​événement est gratuit, ouvert à tous, et les rafraîchissements sont inclus! ​
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-[[ici]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​fr/​laura_hug_fr|Veuillez-vous inscrire ​ici]]
  
 Dr. Laura Hug, a Canada Research Chair in Environmental Microbiology,​ is an assistant professor at the University of Waterloo. She holds a Ph.D. in Cell and Systems Biology from the University of Toronto (2012). Her research examines microbial diversity and functions at contaminated sites, with a specific focus on municipal landfills. The Hug Research Group uses meta-omics and enrichment culturing to explore how microbes interact with each other and how they shape their environments. Identification and characterization of novel lineages of bacterial and archaea expand our understanding of the “tree of life”. Dr. Hug is a reviewer for Nature, Cell, The ISME Journal and many other respected scientific journals. She currently is an Associate Director of the Waterloo Centre for Microbial Research. Dr. Laura Hug, a Canada Research Chair in Environmental Microbiology,​ is an assistant professor at the University of Waterloo. She holds a Ph.D. in Cell and Systems Biology from the University of Toronto (2012). Her research examines microbial diversity and functions at contaminated sites, with a specific focus on municipal landfills. The Hug Research Group uses meta-omics and enrichment culturing to explore how microbes interact with each other and how they shape their environments. Identification and characterization of novel lineages of bacterial and archaea expand our understanding of the “tree of life”. Dr. Hug is a reviewer for Nature, Cell, The ISME Journal and many other respected scientific journals. She currently is an Associate Director of the Waterloo Centre for Microbial Research.
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 [[https://​uwaterloo.ca/​hug-research-group/​|HUG RESEARCH GROUP]] [[https://​uwaterloo.ca/​hug-research-group/​|HUG RESEARCH GROUP]]
  
-Conference on April 18th at 12PM (noon) ​at McGill, TBA.+Conference on April 18th at 12PM (noon) ​in Karp Conference Room 501 from the Bellini (Goodman Cancer Research) Centre of McGill ​University.
  
 **Please register:​** ​ **Please register:​** ​
  
-[[here]]+[[https://​registration.qcbs.ca/​laura_hug|Please register ​here]]
  
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