NoMi-16

The 4th Norwegian Microbiology Meeting (NoMi-16) will be held 13-15. April 2016 at Quality Hotel & Resort in Sarpsborg.

This meeting is the fourth meeting that seeks to gather junior scientists, post doctors, and PhD students working in Norwegian institutions and companies in the area of microbial biology. The goal of the NoMi 2016 meeting is to create a fruitful environment for young and aspiring scientists to discuss and interact scientifically with each other.

The meeting will take place at Quality Hotel & Resort in the historic town of Sarpsborg. Participants will also be invited to Inspiria Science Center, an interactive science center where you will get to know each other by experimenting and exploring exhibits in technology and natural sciences.

Prices

Early Bird Rates (First 50 delegates)

Accomodation (single room): NOK 3200

Accomodation (shared room): NOK 2800

No accomodation, one day/two days/three days: NOK 650 / 1300 / 1800

Full Registration Rates (delegates registered after first 50)

Accomodation (single room): NOK 4200

Accomodation (shared room): NOK 3800

No accomodation, one day/two days/three days: NOK 650 / 1300 / 1800


Registration deadline: March 23rd

Abstract registration

For abstract registration please download registration form here (.docx), and return to either of the following e-mail addresses:

Julia Isabel Tandberg: j.l.tandberg@farmasi.uio.no
Sarah Finke: sarah.finke@farmasi.uio.no

Keynote speakers

Prof. Per Einar Granum (NMBU, Oslo, Norway)

Bacillus cereus enterotoxins: from soil to gut

Prof. Tore Midtvedt (Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden)

Basic principles in establishment and maintenance of ecosystems

Dr. Steffen Jørgensen (UiB, Bergen, Norway)    

News from the deep biosphere

Dr. William Warner (NMBU, Ås, Norway)

Why Is So Much Writing So Bad? And How Can We Make It Better?

Preliminary program

Download preliminary program (.pdf) 

Wednesday April 13th

0900-1200 Check-in and registration
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1400 Bacillus cereus enterotoxins: from soil to gut
Per Einar Granum, NMBU
1400-1500 Presentation junior scientist
1500-1600 Why is so much writing so bad? And how can we make it better             
William Warner, NMBU
1600-1630 Coffee break
1630-1730 Presentation junior scientist
1730-1830  Poster session I
1900- Reception dinner

Thursday April 14th

0900-1000 News from the deep biosphere
Steffen Jørgensen, UiB
1000-1200 Presentation junior scientist
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1400 Coffee and exhibition
1400-1500 Basic principles in establishment and maintenance of ecosystems
Tore Midtvedt, Karolinska institutet
1500-1600 Presentation junior scientist
1600-1630 Coffee break
1630-1730 Presentation junior scientist
1730- INSPIRIA science center and dinner

 Friday April 15th

0900-1000 Presentation junior scientist                                              
1000-1200 Poster session II
1200-1300 Lunch
1300- Check-out
Published Dec. 2, 2015 2:36 PM - Last modified Apr. 7, 2016 8:58 AM