Agenda

TUESDAY, MAY 19th

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EST
CET
SESSION
12:00
03:00
21:00
PRE-SUMMIT WORKSHOP | Microbiome basics, methods, and research tools
   Lucy Mailing, Virtual Microbiome Summit host
01:30
04:30
22:30
END OF DAY 1

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th

PST
EST
CET
SESSION
07:00
10:00
16:00
OPENING REMARKS
  Lucy Mailing, Virtual Microbiome Summit Host
07:05
10:05
16:05
KEYNOTE | Regulation of allergic responses to food by intestinal bacteria
   Cathryn Nagler, University of Chicago
08:00
11:00
17:00
Low dietary fiber and specific gut microbes promote spontaneous colonic inflammation
   Eric Martens, University of Michigan
08:30
11:30
17:30
Microbiome dynamics in metabolic disease
   Cristoph Thaiss, University of Pennsylvania
09:00
12:00
18:00
BREAK
09:30
12:30
18:30
KEYNOTE | Diet as a lever to improve the industrialized microbiota      
   Erica Sonnenburg, Stanford
10:30
01:30
19:30
Student short talks
11:30
02:30
20:30
BREAK
12:00
03:00
21:00
Precise microbial genomics to precision medicine
   Ami Bhatt, Stanford  
12:30
03:30
21:30
Beyond culture – time to focus on the small intestinal microbiome
   Purna Kashyap, Mayo Clinic 
01:00
04:00
22:00
Bacterial pathogenesis in the age of microbiome research
   Andreas Baumler, UC Davis 
01:30
04:30
22:30
END OF DAY 2

THURSDAY, MAY 21st

PST
EST
CET
SESSION
07:00
10:00
16:00
WELCOME BACK 
07:05
10:05
16:05
KEYNOTE | Personalized medicine based on microbiome clinical data
   Eran Segal, Weizmann Institute
08:00
11:00
17:00
Gut epithelium metabolism links high-fat diet, dysbiosis, and cardiovascular disease
   Mariana Byndloss, Vanderbilt University
08:30
11:30
17:30
New insights into SCFA regulation of intestinal homeostasis
   Sean Colgan, UC Denver
09:00
12:00
18:00
BREAK
09:30
12:30
18:30
KEYNOTE | Eating for two trillion: reciprocal interactions between diet and the human gut microbiome      
   Peter Turnbaugh, UCSF
10:30
01:30
19:30
Student short talks
11:30
02:30
20:30
BREAK
12:00
03:00
21:00
Early-life microbial encounters and childhood asthma
   Susan Lynch, UCSF 
12:30
03:30
21:30
Guild-based analysis for understanding the microbiome in human health and diseases
   Liping Zhao, Rutgers University
01:00
04:00
22:00
Integrating diet into human microbiome studies
   Dan Knights, University of Minnesota
01:30
04:30
22:30
END OF DAY 3

FRIDAY, MAY 22

PST
EST
CET
SESSION
07:00
10:00
16:00
WELCOME BACK
07:05
10:05
16:05
Probing the impact of drugs on in vitro gut microbial communities
   Sarela Garcia-Santamarina, EMBL-Heidelberg
07:30
10:30
16:30
AGORA2: Large-scale metabolic reconstruction of the human microbiome accounting for strain-specific drug metabolism
   Almut Heinken, National University of Ireland Galway
08:00
11:00
17:00
Gates of wrath: role of intestinal epithelial cells in the stress response
   Jacob Allen, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
08:30
11:30
17:30
Intestinal host-microbe neurotransmitters: implications of stress and diet
   Brett Loman, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
09:00
12:00
18:00
BREAK
09:30
12:30
18:30
Bidirectional relationships between serotonin and the gut microbiota
  Jonathan Lynch, UCLA
10:00
01:00
19:00
Domestication and the gut microbiota
 Aspen Reese, UCSD
10:30
01:30
19:30
CLOSING REMARKS
  Lucy Mailing, Virtual Microbiome Summit Host