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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. Microbial ecosystem therapeutics: using microbes as medicine Sick Kids Hospital IBD Crosstalk Event, Toronto, ON March, 2014
2. Promoting health through maintenance of the gut microbiota: how to be a good microbe-manager. InterHospital Laboratory Partnership annual symposium, Stratford, ON March, 2014
3. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: modeling complex microbial ecosystems in vitro for application in vivo. University of Guelph Biomathematics Seminar Series, Guelph, ON, February, 2014
4. Microbial Ecosystems as Medicine Wageningen University Invited Speaker Seminar Series, Wageningen, the Netherlands, February, 2014
5. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: harnessing healthy microbiome diversity for medicine. Biodiversity Institute of Ontario Invited Speaker Seminar Series, Guelph, ON February, 2014
6. Microbial ecosystem therapeutics: the future of medicine? New York University College of Dentistry Distinguished Speaker Seminar Series, New York, NY January, 2014
7. Gut microbiota transplantation V workshop probioticos, prebioticos y salud: evidencia cientifica, Valencia, Spain January, 2014
8. Microbial ecosystem therapeutics – treating gut microbial dysbiosis with sham-poo. Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology Annual General Meeting, London, UK, November, 2013
9. Microbial ecosystem therapeutics: improving life using an unseen army. CAURA (Canadian Association of University Research Administrators), Guelph, ON November, 2013
10. Fishing for a new model of gut microbiota-host crosstalk. Canada Future Directions IBD, Toronto, ON November, 2013
11. Microbial ecosystems therapeutics: a new paradigm in medicine? International Human Microbiome Congress, Hangzhou, China, September, 2013
12. Microbial ecosystems therapeutics: a new paradigm in medicine? NGx Meeting on Dynamics of the Microbiome in Health and Disease, Providence, RI August, 2013
13. Non-traditionalfundingsources CIHR NewInvestigatorForum(Institute ofInfection andImmunity), Quebec City, QC June, 2013
14. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: a new paradigm in medicine? University of Calgary MIID keynote seminar series, Calgary, AB May, 2013
15. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: where do we go from here? Fecal Microbiota Transplantation: Scientific Issues NIH/FDA Public Workshop, Bethesda, MD, May, 2013
16. Fun with the Roboguts: modeling the gut microbial ecosystem in health and disease. McMaster University Biology seminar series, Hamilton, ON March, 2013
17. Fun with the Roboguts: modeling the gut microbial ecosystem in health and disease. Queen'sUniversityDepartmentof BiomedicalandMolecularSciencesPlenaryLectureSeries, Kingston, ON February, 2013
18. Microbial ecosystem therapeutics - a new approach to the treatment of C.difficile infection NationalInstitutes ofHealth, NIAIDVaccine andTherapeuticsEvaluationUnit AnnualMeeting, Bethesda, MD February, 2013
19. Microbial ecosystems in the human gut Connaught Grant Symposium, Toronto, Ontario January, 2013
20. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: a new paradigm in medicine? University of Ottawa Department of Biology seminar series, Ottawa, ON January, 2013
21. TrackingDynamics ofHuman gutderivedmicrobialecosystemsin vitro. Invited seminar, Seres Health, Boston, MA December, 2012
22. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: a new paradigm in medicine? Hospital for Sick Children research seminar series, Toronto, ON, December, 2012
23. Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutics: a new paradigm in medicine? Pathobiology Department research seminar series, University of Guelph, ON November, 2012
24. Fun with the Roboguts: modeling the gut microbial ecosystem in health and disease UBC Microbiology and Immunology Department research seminar series, Vancouver, BC November, 2012
25. Re-establishing a damaged gut ecosystem: microbial ecoystems therapeutics ‘RePOOPulating the gut to cure Clostridium difficile infection. CSM Invited lecture, Vancouver, BC June, 2012
26. Introducing “Roboguts”, a tool to model the human gut in health and disease. OMAFRA News@ Noon lecture series, Guelph May, 2012
27. Fusobacterium nucleatum: an emerging gut pathogen associated with colorectal cancer ICCI 2012, Ontario Veterinary College May, 2012
28. Why your gut bugs are important University of Guelph Biochemistry Club guest lecture, March, 2012
29. RePOOPulating the gut to cure refractive C.difficile infections Department Biology Seminar Series, Ryerson University March, 2012
30. Use of synthetic stool for the treatment of recurrent C.difficile infection. Canadian Digestive Diseases Week, Montreal February, 2012
31. RePOOPulating the gut to eradicate recurrent C.difficile infections University of Waterloo Department of Biology seminar February, 2012
32. RePOOPulating the gut to cure refractive C.difficile infections Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences seminar, University of Guelph December, 2011
33. New bugs as new drugs: culturing the ‘unculturable’ for the promotion of host health Microbial ecosystem therapeutics forum, Toronto, Ontario October, 2011
34. Developing a model system to study the distal gut microbiota: prospects and challenges Joint AFMNet/IFR Canada-UK Gut Health Symposium, Guelph, Ontario February, 2011
35. Fusobacterium nucleatum: shaping up to be a bad bug in IBD Invited talk, special seminar series, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio May, 2010
36. A potential link between gut clostridia and regressive autism: fact or fiction? Invited talk, special seminar series, Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario April, 2010
37. Adventures in the human gut microbiota: prospects and challenges Invited talk, departmental seminar series, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Queen’s University, Ontario March, 2010
38. One microbiologist’s adventures in the human gut microbiome. Invited Talk, Nutrition Club Seminar Series, Department of Animal Nutrition, University of Guelph, Ontario March, 2010
39. Normal flora in the pathogenesis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Invited talk, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario November, 2008
40. Another reason to floss: a potential link between the oral pathogen, Fusobacterium nucleatum, and exacerbations of inflammatory bowel disease", Invited talk, Public Health Labs, Toronto, Ontario, November, 2008
41. A role for Fusobacterium nucleatum in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease Invited talk, Pathobiology Department, Ontario Veterinary College, November, 2008
42. Normal bacteria in the human gut and their influence on health and disease Invited Talk, Nutrition Club Seminar Series, Department of Animal Nutrition, University of Guelph, Ontario February, 2008
43. The bugs that ‘bite’: characterizing the role of the normal gut microflora in inflammatory bowel disease. University of Guelph seminar June, 2007
44. Forget the molecular targets: pathogens and commensals is where it’s at! 2nd annual Western Canada IBD symposium Banff, AB March, 2004



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