Jessica Miles, Technology Specialist at Dilworth IP and PhD candidate at Yale University, is presenting at the Boston Bacterial Meeting this Thursday, June 18 and Friday, June 19, 2015 at the Harvard University Science Center. The title of her poster is “Using Insertion Sequencing (INSeq) to identify genetic determinants of gut colonization.”

The Boston Bacterial Meeting (BBM) brings together Boston and New England-area bacteriologists from either academic or industrial settings. With attendance now at almost 500 researchers (from over 100 academic and biotech companies), BBM offers an exciting cross-section of current microbiology research. Ms. Miles will present results from her in-progress doctoral research.  More information about the BBM can be found on the website.


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