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25 - 27 April 2017 at Tjärnö

Focus: Micro versus macro - in the sea

Microorganisms influence on macro-evolution

With reservation for changes...


Tuesday 25th April

12.30 - Lunch

13.30 - 15.20, Big lecture hall

Kerstin Johannesson & Anders Blomberg
Welcome and introduction to the meeting


Chair: Leon Green

Peter Steinberg
Ecology of the seaweed holobiont

Jarone Pinhassi
On the ecology of marine bacteria: some insights from field studies and experiments

15.20 - Coffee & tea
PhD meeting - Videoconference room

16.00 - 17.45, Big lecture hall

Markus Lindh
From applied theoretical ecology for marine microbes in the Baltic Sea and Pacific Ocean to implications for marine evolutionary biology

Group discussions I, Big lecture hall

Short introduction to the discussions: Kerstin Johannesson

Group discussions

18.00 - Dinner

19.30 - Pub, White dormitory 

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Wednesday 26st April

07.30 - Breakfast


08.30 - 10.00
, Big lecture hall
Chair: Emma Johansson

Hans Peter Grossart
Bacteria interacting with dead and live surfaces in aquatic ecosystems

Luca Zoccarato 
High-throughput investigation of marine microbial interactions –insights from a genome comparison perspective

Oskar Johansson
A functional genomics approach to the Skeletonema microbiome

Kai Lohbeck
Adaptive evolution to warming in the common diatom Skeletonema marinoi

10.00 - Coffee & tea  
Director's tea with the CeMEB PhD students - Video conference room

10.45 - 12.30, Big lecture hall

Chair: Alexandra Kinnby

Simon Dittami
Bacterial interactions and their impact on stress tolerance in the model brown alga Ecotcarpus

Angelique Gobet
Seasonal and diet-driven assembly of a core microbiota associated to macroalgal digestion in the marine herbivore holobiont

Friederike Eimer
Marine microbes influence the life cycle of macroalgae

Vaskar Mukherjee
High-throughput phenomics for identifying synergistic chemical interactions in the marine yeast Debaryomyces hansenii and the baker’s yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

12.30 - Lunch

14.00 - 15.00 Walk & Talk

15.00 - 15.40 Coffee & tea

15.40 - 16.20, Big lecture hall


Chair: Cecilia Helmerson

Sigvard Olofsson
Swedish Society for Virology: Engagement in marina and environmental Virology

Poster presentations

Matt Pinder
Using bioinformatics to investigate the Skeletonema marinoi microbiome


Alexander Eiler
From metacommunity theory to systems biology in vertebrate microbiomes

16.20 - 18.30, Big lecture hall

Group discussions II 

Introduction to group discussions - Anders Blomberg

Group discussions

 19.00 - Dinner & Pub

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Thursday 27th April

07.30  -  Breakfast

08.30 - 10.00, Big lecture hall

Chair: Anna Abramova

Helle Ploug
Cross-feeding of fixed nitrogen from prokaryotes to eukaryotes within a plankton community

Sebastian Coloma
Role of cyanophages on filamentous cyanobacteria populations, nutrient cycling and plankton community dynamics

Stina Jakobsson
Seagrass infection along a salinity gradients

Swantje Enge
Untargeted metabolomics as a first step to elucidate phytoalexins in Barbarea vulgaris var arcuata against the oomycete pathogen Albugo sp.

10.00 - Coffee & tea

CC4R - Career Control for Researcher group meeting, video conference room

10.45 - 12.30

Group discussions III, Big lecture hall

Short introduction to the discussions: Anna Godhe

Group discussions

12.30 - Lunch

14.00 - 15.15

Summery from group discussions in plenum 


Tomas Larsson
The IMAGO genome projects - current status and future plans

Kerstin Johannesson
Concluding remarks and ending the session

15.15 - Coffee & tea

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Snap shots...


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