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Microbiome Symposium

April 9 - 10, 2020

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Microbiome research symposium 1-min

COVID-19 UPDATE: For the health of our attendees, speakers, and community, we are suspending the in-person portion of the symposium. Speaker presentations will occur as scheduled, in a Webinar format. Instructions for accessing the Webinar will be sent to registered attendees by March 30. The reception and poster session are canceled.

You are invited to attend the 2020 Biennial Microbiome Symposium co-hosted by the Fred Hutch Microbiome Research Initiative and the University of Washington’s Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics (CMiST). The 2020 symposium will feature presentations by local and international investigators involving therapeutics, HIV and the microbiome, chemistry and the microbiome, models of disease, biostatistics and computational methods, and the pediatric microbiome. Please join us as we communicate new knowledge, develop collaborations, network with colleagues, and exchange scientific ideas.

This symposium is open to faculty, staff, and students who hold a position or research affiliation at one of the following organizations: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington, Seattle Children’s, Institute for Systems Biology, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Benaroya Research Institute.University of Washington’s Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics


April 9 - 8:00 am
April 10 - 5:00 pm




University of Washington’s Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics
Fred Hutch Microbiome Research Initiative