Friday, October 18 2013
MIC (Microbes In Command) Symposium Time: 8:00a - 12:00p Location: Quadrangle F Building Auditorium, QF302 Details:
MIC (Microbes in Command) Symposium at MUSC!
Friday, October 18, from 8am to noon
Quadrangle F Building Auditorium, QF302
The MUSC Microbiology Interest Group is pleased to announce the MIC (Microbes In Command) Symposium. The goals of the Symposium are to increase awareness of current microbiology research, promote interdisciplinary collaborations in microbiology across campus, and highlight the impacts of microbial ecology on human health and the environment.
The day's events include a keynote presentation by Dr. Ken W. Bayles, Associate Vice Chancellor for Basic Science Research, University of Nebraska Medical Center. Presentations by investigators from MUSC and other research institutes in SC will address advances in microbial pathogenesis, antibiotic resistance, antibacterial drug discovery, and host-pathogen interactions. This event is open to all faculty and trainees interested in microbiology research.
Keynote presentation (11am, Oct. 18)
"Staphylococcal biofilm development: It takes a village"
Ken W. Bayles, PhD
Department of Pathology and Microbiology
Associate Vice Chancellor for Basic Science Research
University of Nebraska Medical Center
For more information and free registration: http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/MICSymposium
The Key Conference - The A21 Campaign Time: 8:00a - 4:00p Location: Seacoast Church, Mount Pleasant Details:
The A21 Campaign, a non-profit anti-trafficking organization, is hosting The Key Conference. The Key Conference is an opportunity to receive training and provide a comprehensive approach to human trafficking for medical professionals. The conference will be on October 18, and details about registration may be found at:
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Keenan Fisher and she will assist you.