Dr Crewe to attend Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2018
On Tuesday 10th – Friday 13th April 2018, the Microbiology Society is holding its Annual Conference at Birmingham’s International Convention Centre.
As Champion for the society, Dr Nicola Crewe, Senior Lecturer in Food Microbiology at the National Centre for Food Manufacturing has been invited to attend the conference to help support the organisers with the smooth running of the event. Dr Crewe will also be attending sessions during the conference, which will include talks and poster presentations on areas such as microbial diversity, host-pathogen interactions, synthetic ecology and microbial infection.
In addition, Dr Crewe will be on hand to support the pre-conference session on Teaching Microbiology in Higher Education on Monday 9th April, 2018, which will be a great opportunity to meet others working in this area of pedagogy, and discuss and disseminate innovative teaching practices.
Dr Crewe said: “With over 20 years of involvement with the Microbiology Society, I am thrilled to once again be able to support their activities and ensure that the latest microbiological knowledge and advances can be disseminated to a wide audience.”
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