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Important Dates 

Early March:
Registration opens
April 2, 2018:
Abstract submission closes
April 16, 2018:
Travel award application closes
May 21, 2018:
Advance registration deadline
June 1, 2018:
Exhibits and sponsorship deadline
June 21, 2018:
Final Registration deadline


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Program Committee Chair
Jeffrey Olimpo, PhD

Program Committee Vice-Chair
Jaclyn Madden, MS

All Program Committee Members


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University of Pittsburgh 


"ASMCUE is my go–to group of like–minded instructors. ASMCUE challenges me and supported me as I improved and found new goals to strive for."
Phil Mixter, Washington State University

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 Keynote Speakers*


Gilbert Jack CCD

Jack A. Gilbert, Ph.D.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Hosts
The Director of the Microbiome Center and
Professor of Surgery at the University of Chicago
Ma Hong
Hong Ma, MD, Ph.D.
Oregon Health & Science University, Center for Embryonic Cell and Gene Therapy

"Cell and Gene Therapy in Reproductive Medicine"
Martin Mark
Mark O. Martin, Ph.D.
University of Puget Sound
Dept. of Biology

ASM Carski Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award (2018)

"Teaching Students to See Through Microbial Eyes"
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Carl E. Wieman, Ph.D.
Stanford University Dept. of Physics and
Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative

Nobel Prize in Physics (2001)

"A New Way to Characterize and Evaluate Your Teaching"
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*A final plenary speaker will be added in the coming weeks.


BACTERIA, VIRUSES, YEAST AND ALGAE: THE WORK HORSE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY – NEW IN 2018

Fletcher Linnea
We are excited to announce a new track to ASMCUE in 2018. The Biotechnology Track is made possible through an ASM partnership with Bio-Link and the AC2 Bio-Link Regional Center. Conference attendees will share strategies to prepare students for successful entrance and advancement in the STEM workforce. Hear from leaders in the field, including Dr. Linnea Fletcher (pictured) from Austin Community College.

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