USOM 2019 Conference

5th Biennial Meeting:  La Jolla, CA July 11-12, 2019

PLEASE SEE UPDATED INFORMATION

ABOUT THE MEETING HERE

Local Organization:

Dr. John I. Glass and Dr. Kim Wise, hosts

J. Craig Venter Institute

JCVI Synthetic Biology and Bioenergy Group
 

Conference Registration

Registration is $30 for members, $40 for nonmembers, and $20 for students

 

Lodging for USOM 2019 will be at the Hotel La Jolla 

Click HERE to reserve your room at the meeting rate of $199 per night

*If this link doesn't provide the correct information, select "Hotel La Jolla," and for the corporate code that will enable you to get the discount rate, contact Mitch Balish at balishmf@miamioh.edu.

5th Biennial USOM Conference Registration

Inviting delegates to attend and present on the clinical, biological, and systems biology of Mollicutes

Click HERE to register

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The J. Craig Venter Institute La Jolla, CA 

Schematic representation of Mycoplasma pneumoniae based on simultaneous  transcriptomic, proteomic, and tomography studies in one of the first complete "systems biology" reports [Image: Kuhner et al., 2009]

Septic joint in a chicken with avian mycoplasmosis due to Mycoplasma synoviae  [Image: Ferguson-Noel 2010]

Chest X-ray indicating "walking pneumonia" caused by Mycoplasma pneumoniae, in a human [Image: Lukesh Guglani]

House finch conjunctivitis caused by Mycoplasma gallisepticum following a host jump from poultry serves as an excellent model for studying emerging infectious diseases [Image:Ley et al., 1997]

A colony of  Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. capri  JCVIsyn1.0, the world's first synthetically  created organism [Image: Gibson et al., 2010]

Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, a feature of porcine respiratory disease complex, attaching to swine cilia to establish infection 

[Image: F. C. Minion]

Ribosomal phylogram  representing all 3 domains of life.  The class Mollicutes (indicated) show the deepest branches, and appear to be among the most rapidly evolving living things [Image: M. May, via iTOL]

Scanning electron microscopy images of  Mycoplasma amphoriforme in process of dividing, as indicated by multiple attachment organelles 

 [Image: Hatchel et al., 2006]