2022 Front Range Microbiome Symposium – Best Oral Presentation and Best Poster Go to Wrighton Lab Members!

On Friday, April 15th the Wrighton Lab showed up in force at the 2022 Front Range Microbiome Symposium held in Canvas Stadium at CSU. Lab members presented 6 posters and gave 2 contributing talks. PhD candidates Bridget McGivern and Ikaia Leleiwi seized first place for best contributing talk and best poster respectively.

The Wrighton and Wilkins labs after the symposium
1st place talk (Bridget, left) 1st place poster (Ikaia, right)
Bridget McGivern giving her award-winning talk: Challenging the paradigm: Polyphenol metabolism is ubiquitous across permafrost peatland gradients
Rory Flynn presenting his DRAM talk
Josué Rodríguez-Ramos next to his poster: Now you see me, now you don’t: A time-resolved analysis of viral and microbial community dynamics in the Erpe River
Katherine Kokkinias by her poster: Diet-induced Inflammation Alters the Microbiome and Salmonella Gene Transcription Over Time
Ikaia Leleiwi standing by his first-place poster: Exposing New Taxonomic Variation with Inflammation – A Model-Specific Database for Microbiome Researchers
Djennyfer Ferreira by her poster: Microbial and geochemical contributions to methane fluxes in saline, coastal wetlands
Lady Grant by her poster: Digging for clues: how tillage practices shape the soil microbiome
Rory next to his poster

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