The Dalhousie Microbiome User Group (DalMUG), is made up of researchers and clinicians interested in microbiome research and are primarily affiliated with Dalhousie University. DalMUG aims to help build collaborations, share resources, and build an interdisciplinary community.
DalMUG meetings are held roughly once a month and has presentations from both invited external speakers and from members from within DalMUG.
The DalMUG mailing list is used to announce upcoming meetings and as a forum to ask questions.
You must join the DalMUG google group before being allowed to post to the list.
DalMUG is funded by and is a part of the centre for Comparative Genomics and Evolutionary Bioinformatics (CGEB) and is organized by Dr. Morgan Langille.
If you have any questions about DalMUG or are having trouble joining the mailing list you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Matthew Ashby, Taxon Biosciences, Inc.: "Exploring the information content of 16S rRNA gene profiles with the goal of developing commercial products", May 21, 2015
- Dr. Martin Blaser, NYU School of Medicine: "The role of the early life microbiota in host development", April 9, 2015
- Dr. Georgina Hold, University of Aberdeen: "IBD, the Microbiome and Beyond", August 28, 2014
- Dr. Jim Brown, GlaxoSmithKline: "Human-Microbial Interactions in Drug Discovery", July 10, 2014
- Dr. Curtis Huttenhower, Harvard University: "Identifiability of the human microbiome", May 28, 2014