Physiology, Ecology and Taxonomy
NEMPET 2016 History Directions Previous Meetings
NEMPET 2016 Registration
Dr. Daniel Kelting
Executive Director, Adirondack Watershed Institute of Paul Smith's College
Program Talks (so far):
Featured Presentation: The Microbial Ecology of Sewage Treatment - Peter Strom, Rutgers University
Highways of Gene Sharing in the Thermotogae Create Distinct Genomic Signatures - Kristen Swithers, Southern Connecticut State University
Mechanism of c-di-GMP-Mediated Swarming Motility Repression in Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Amy Baker, Dartmouth College
The Dual Role of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa CRISPR-Cas System in Biofilm Inhibition and Viral Immunity - Gary Heussler, Dartmouth College
Characterization of the Chromosome Organization and Cell Division Protein DivIVA from Epulopiscium sp. Type B via Complementation of a Bacillus subtilis divIVA mutant - Alexandra Glathar, SUNY Geneseo
Using Crowdfunding to Support Small Research Projects - David Esteban, Vassar College
Transformation of Atenolol by a Methanogenic Consortium - Julia Campbell, Rutgers University
Anaerosporomusa subterranean gen. nov., sp. nov., a Spore-Forming Obligate Anaerobe Isolated from Saprolite - Jessica Choi, Rutgers University
Check out the Program and Photos from Last Year's Meeting:
The NEMPET Meeting
NEMPET hosts a three-day meeting during the second half of June each year. This meeting is held at the Minnowbrook Conference Center in Blue Mountain Lake NY. The conference program includes an invited speaker, platform presentations and posters. It is an excellent opportunity for students (undergraduate and graduate) and post-docs to present their research in front of their peers.
The registration fee includes all meals and lodging. Attendees stay in comfortable rooms furnished in the Adirondack style, and eat their meals in a spacious dining room overlooking the lake. Meals are both delicious and plentiful. The overall atmosphere of Minnowbrook lends itself to a casual meeting with plenty of opportunities for interaction in and out of the sessions.
The focus of NEMPET is on general microbiology in
all of its many forms. Topics covered in the meeting range from molecular
studies of enzyme function to diversity of species in the natural environment.
Recent invited speakers have included: Dianne Newman, Gary King, Kurt Hanselman,
Derek Lovley, Milton Allison, David Emerson, Klaus Nusslein, Doug Eveleigh,
JohnTudor, Karin Sauer, Joseph Yavit, and Lawrence Aaronson.
NEMPET is one of the few meetings where students are encouraged to present talks.
There is no official membership in the NEMPET organization. There are no dues, and anyone can attend the meetings. We strive to reach the widest possible audience within the field of microbiology.
For more information contact: Dr. Craig Phelps: email@example.com
This page last updated on 5-20-16