We apologize for the delay in getting these pictures to you! Please follow the link to a drive folder containing all pictures from PVMS 2022. Thank you, once again, for you support and attendance! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1MZ7dHHx1Oa6gBCqioc1GJhdsq6f-2FOx?usp=sharing
We would like to thank all our attendees and sponsors for a safe and successful PVMS. It was possible because of the tremendous support and interest we received. Please stay tuned for photos from event day!
Vote for your favorite Talk and Poster here:https://forms.gle/YXnCxj8MwK1iavXJ8 You can find the PVMS 2022 Program here: https://blogs.umass.edu/valleymicrobes/files/2022/02/Full-Program-2022-PVMS.docx.pdf You can find the PVMS 2022 Abstract Book here: https://blogs.umass.edu/valleymicrobes/files/2022/02/Abstract-Book-2022-PVMS.docx.pdf
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, PVMS has been postponed to Saturday, March 5th. We hope to be able to meet everyone in-person once the omicron-driven COVID-19 wave passes. Online registration will also be open till Friday, February 18th.… Continue Reading
Abstract deadline for PVMS 2022 has passed, and the form is now closed. Registration deadline is Monday, January 3rd! Presenters and attendees, please make sure to register.
Dr. Katie Berry, Mount Holyoke College Dr. Berry’s research focuses on sgRNAs and their interactions with proteins in disease-causing bacteria. Dr. Batbileg Bor, Forsyth Institute Dr. Bor studies the recently discovered TM7 bacteria and their parasitic relationship with their respective… Continue Reading
PVMS is back and in-person! PVMS 2022 will happen on Friday, January 21st, 2022. The fee for attending (whether presenting or not) is $25 online and $30 at the door. Deadline to register is January 3rd, 2022. Abstracts for talks… Continue Reading
Thank you for a successful PVMS 2020! Another great microbial symposium is in the books. Thanks to everyone who made PVMS 2020 a huge success! Over 150 people from all around the Pioneer Valley shared their latest microbial research. Relive… Continue Reading
Dr. Alissa Rothchild Department of Veterinary and Animal Science, UMass Amherst Alveolar macrophages: pulmonary immune sentinels for Mycobacterium tuberculosis Dr. Alissa Rothchild received her B.Sc. in Biology at Brown University and her Ph.D. in Immunology from Harvard University. Alissa was… Continue Reading
PVMS 2021: SAVE THE DATE! VALLEYMICROBES/LEAVE A COMMENT We are happy to announce that PVMS is back ! and we are going ‘virtual’ this year. The next iteration of our symposium will be held online on January 29, 2021. Interested potential… Continue Reading