You can find FREE registration, abstract information, and more at http://rbl.missouri.edu/gpid-2021/.
GPID 2021 will return to the University of Missouri on November 5-6, 2021. Continuing its tradition of fostering networking and cutting-edge research in infectious diseases, this year’s program will highlight the research of the region’s graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and newest faculty.
We are excited to debut new activities in this year’s schedule. Day 1 will begin at 4 pm on Friday, November 5, at the Holiday Inn Executive Center with Wendy Picking. After networking over an evening reception and dinner, there will be a keynote panel including Ashwinder Kaur, Kim Young, Maria Flynn, Sonia Hall, and Julie Nagel as moderator. On Saturday, faculty and senior students and post-docs from throughout the region will present their research on infectious diseases in three plenary sessions. In honor of COVID, this year’s poster session will be replaced with short 5 min oral presentations of ongoing research from students and post-docs. Submit your abstract by Nov 1!
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Regulatory Affairs Associate Director
Cardinal Health Regulatory Sciences
President, KC Animal Health Corridor
President & CEO of BioKansas
Managing Director of Techstars Kansas City
Modera Director at TreMonti Consulting
Holiday Inn Executive Center Columbia (map) is our hospitality partner for GPID 2021. They have reserved a discounted block of rooms for GPID attendees. See our accommodations pages to reserve your room, review travel options, and more!
Carrying on their 19 year tradition of generosity, our academic partners, together with local institutes, centers, and industry members, have provided financial support for this meeting. With their support, we are happy to continue offering FREE REGISTRATION for faculty, graduate students, post-docs, technicians and undergraduates. Register soon to reserve your seat and join us for a stimulating weekend of microbiology and infectious diseases.
We look forward to seeing you again at MIZZOU!
The GPID 2021 Program Committee,
Jeff Adamovicz, Deb Anderson, Wendy Picking and Yvonne Bulson