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In Conversation with Michele LeRoux and Liz Mallott

Friday, November 3, 2023 | 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Women's Building Formal Lounge

Join us for an enlightening evening with stellar women faculty Liz Mallott and Michele LeRoux, who recently established their lab groups at Washington University.

Microbes perform various functions indispensable to organisms or the environment. Research on microbes of diverse ecosystems (mDivE) is happening in St. Louis. The Living Earth Collaborative hosts the mDivE event series to foster interactions and collaborations among researchers working on or interested in this field.

In this event, Mallott and LeRoux will engage in a stimulating dialogue with Fangqiong Ling, assistant professor of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering and co-chair of the mDivE series. Their conversation will explore the exciting frontiers of research on microbial interactions across scales to address societal challenges, as well as their journeys in establishing their respective groups.

RSVP: https://strategicplan.artsci.wustl.edu/rsvp-conversation-michele-leroux-and-liz-mallott

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations, Research

Schools

Arts & Sciences

Topic

Science & Technology, Medicine & Health

Website

https://strategicplan.artsci.wustl.ed...

Department
Living Earth Collaborative
Event Contact

livingearth@wustl.edu

Speaker Information

Mallott is an assistant professor in the Department of Biology. Mallott’s research focuses on the causes and consequences of variation in the gut microbiome ranging from non-human primates to adults and children in the United States. LeRoux is an assistant professor in the School of Medicine's Molecular Microbiology Department. Her group studies the molecular arms race between bacteria and phage in contexts that include phage therapy.

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