The 2007 Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages meeting will be held August 7-12 in Madison. The “Phage Meeting”, with roots going back to the dawn of modern molecular biology, is a long-standing tradition that provides both an important forum for new ideas and new investigators and also a great opportunity to stay current in many rapidly moving areas of research.
It is especially important for established investigators to attend the meeting, even if they are not presenting work, in order to provide critical intellectual insights and advice to younger colleagues.
As you will see from this year’s lists of sessions and session chairs, the meeting includes broad range of important topics presented by an exceptional group of well-known scientists and rising young researchers.
If you know colleagues who have not attended this meeting before, but would benefit from it, please call it to their attention.To read more about the meeting, go to http://www.union.wisc.edu/phages.This entry was posted in Research by jsindelar. Bookmark the permalink.