Course
Strategies And Techniques For Analyzing Microbial Population Structures 2017

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2017 Strategies And Techniques For Analyzing Microbial Population Structures

Attendees

Name Role Affiliation URI
David B. Mark Welch Course Director
  • Mbl - Registration
Laura A. Hug Course Lecturer
  • University Of Waterloo
Galeb Abu-Ali Research Facilitator
  • Harvard Chan School Of Public Health
Evan Bolyen Research Facilitator
  • Northern Arizona University
Benjamin Callahan Research Facilitator
  • Nc State University
Ozcan Esen Research Facilitator
  • University Of Chicago
Julia Fukuyama Research Facilitator
  • Stanford University
Michael D. Lee Research Facilitator
  • University Of Southern California
Erin K. Molloy Research Facilitator
  • University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
Lan Huong Nguyen Research Facilitator
  • Stanford University
Gholamali Rahnavard Research Facilitator
  • Broad Institute Of Mit And Harvard - Harvard T.H. Chan School Of Public Health
Jai Ram Rideout Research Facilitator
  • Northern Arizona University
Kris Sankaran Research Facilitator
Yoshiki Vazquez Baeza Research Facilitator
  • University Of California, San Diego
Rob Knight Scientific Course Consultant
  • University Of California, San Diego
Mihai Pop Scientific Course Consultant
Christopher Quince Scientific Course Consultant
Curtis Huttenhower Scientific Course Consultant
  • Harvard T.H. Chan School Of Public Health
Tracy Teal Scientific Course Consultant
Amy Willis Scientific Course Consultant
C. Titus Brown Scientific Course Consultant
  • University Of California, Davis
Robert C. Edgar Scientific Course Consultant
A. Murat Eren Scientific Course Consultant
  • University Of Chicago
Susan P. Holmes Scientific Course Consultant
  • Stanford University
Christian Lorenz Mueller Scientific Course Consultant
  • Simons Foundation
Tandy Warnow Scientific Course Consultant
  • University Of Illinois At Urbana Champaign
26 total attendees representing 15 institutions.

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