BIOSCIENCE DAY 2011
"Next Generation Research in Infectious Diseases"

November 10, 2011 in the Stamp Student Union
Keynote at 5pm in the Colony Ballroom:
"Explorations of Self: Space, time, and stability in the human microbiome"
by David Relman, Stanford University School of Medicine

FREE EVENT

Other Talks in the Colony Ballroom starting at 1:30pm:
"Infectomics: Transcriptional profiling of host-pathogen interactions"
"Combining Transposon Mutagenesis and Deep Sequencing to Identify Essential Genes and Genetic Interactions in Pathogens" 
"What does the interleukin-7 signaling pathway have to do with infectious diseases?"
"Why is TB so successful? New perspectives on the host-pathogen relationship in tuberculosis." 
"How the study of post-initiation regulatory mechanisms may reveal aspects of bacterial pathogenesis"    

Also:
Networking Panel  guiding you in your job search - 11:00 in the Banneker Room

Poster Session - Come and see posters by your peers. 12:00 noon in the Grand Ballroom

Thematic areas for the posters are the following:
	Agriculture, Food, and Nutritional SciencesBiochemistry/Biophysics
	Biodiversity, Conservation, Ecology & Evolution
	Bioengineering
	Biomaterials and Nanoscience/Nanotechnology
	Chemical Sciences
	Education/Curricular Innovation
	Environmental Science
	Family, Community and Public Health
	Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics, and Proteomics
	Microbiology and Immunology
	Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
	Neuroscience and Cognitive Science
	Water Quality and Management

Come for all or part of the day.
http://www.bioscienceday.umd.edu