Microbial Ecology in States of Health and Disease
March 18–19, 2013
500 Fifth Street, NW
DAY ONE: MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013
|7:30–8:00:||Registration and Continental Breakfast|
|8:00–8:15:||Welcoming Remarks: David Relman, James Hughes, and Lonnie King|
|8:15–9:00:||KEYNOTE: Indigenous microbes and the ecology of chronic diseases|
Martin Blaser, New York University
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Appendix B Agenda Microbial Ecology in States of Health and Disease March 18–19, 2013 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington DC DAY ONE: MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013 7:30–8:00: Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00–8:15: Welcoming Remarks: David Relman, James Hughes, and Lonnie King KEYNOTE: Indigenous microbes and the ecology of chronic 8:15–9:00: diseases Martin Blaser, New York University 9:00–9:15: Discussion 9:15–9:30: BREAK 497
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498 MICROBIAL ECOLOGY IN STATES OF HEALTH AND DISEASE Session I: HOST–MICROBE INTERACTIONS IN HUMANS, ANIMALS, AND PLANTS Moderator: Rima Khabbaz, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 9:30–10:00: Plant–microbe interactions in root endophyte and rhizosphere communities of Populus Gerald Tuskan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 10:00–10:30: Origins and maintenance of host–microbe interactions Angela Douglas, Cornell University 10:30–11:00: Annual cycles of extreme dietary change shape gut microbiota and their hibernator hosts Hannah Carey, University of Wisconsin, Madison 11:00–11:30: Symbiont microbiota and the development and maturation of the mammalian immune system Gérard Eberl, Pasteur Institute 11:30–12:00: Discussion 12:00–1:00: LUNCH SESSION II: emerging insights into host–microbe interactions Moderator: David Relman, Stanford University 1:00–1:30: Community ecology and the human vaginal microbiome Larry Forney, University of Idaho 1:30–2:00: Host defense and immunomodulation of mucosal candidiasis Paul Fidel, Jr., Louisiana State University 2:00–2:30: Interactions between the mammalian virome, disease susceptibility genes, and the phenome Herbert “Skip” Virgin, Washington University 2:30–3:00: BREAK Microbial community dynamics and disruption—Health and 3:00–3:30: disease in coral reefs and the human lung Forest Rohwer, San Diego State University
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APPENDIX B 499 3:30–4:00: Interactions and functions of the gut microbiota in a model vertebrate host Karen Guillemin, University of Oregon 4:00–4:30: The influence of the mucosal immune system and gut microbiota on inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) Richard Blumberg, Harvard Medical School 4:30–5:30: Discussion 5:30–6:00: Concluding Remarks 6:00: ADJOURN DAY ONE DAY TWO: TUESDAY, March 19, 2013 8:00–8:30: Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:30–8:45: Welcoming Remarks and Summary of Day One: David Relman SESSION III: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF HOST- ASSOCIATED MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES Moderator: Queta Bond, Burroughs Wellcome Fund 8:45–9:15: The application of ecological concepts to host-associated microbial communities Brendan Bohannan, University of Oregon 9:15–9:45: Nutrition and the infant gut microbiota—Health and disease in the first 1,000 days David Mills, University of California, Davis 9:45–10:15: Roles of the microbiota in the control and pathogenesis of infections Yasmine Belkaid, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases 10:15–10:45: BREAK 10:45–11:15: Host–microbe interactions and the genetic architecture of IBD and other complex diseases Ramnik Xavier, Massachusetts General Hospital
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500 MICROBIAL ECOLOGY IN STATES OF HEALTH AND DISEASE 11:15–11:45: Host–mycobiome interactions in gut homeostasis and pathogenesis David Underhill, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 11:45–12:15: Discussion 12:15–1:15: LUNCH SESSION IV: RESEARCH CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Moderator: Jesse Goodman, Food and Drug Administration 1:15–1:45: Metabolism, interspecies interactions, and novel approaches to disease diagnostics and treatment Michael Fischbach, University of California, San Francisco 1:45–2:15: Fecal transplantation as a treatment option for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection Keller, University of Amsterdam Josbert J. 2:15–2:45: BREAK 2:45–3:15: Innate antimicrobial mechanisms in disease prevention and treatment Michael Zasloff, Georgetown University 3:15–3:45: The skin microbiome and chronic disease states Julie Segre, National Human Genome Research Institute 3:45–4:30: Discussion 4:30–4:45: Concluding Remarks 4:45: ADJOURN