The Center for Phage Technology (CPT) is pleased to announce the TexasPhage2017 Symposium, to be held October 21-22, 2017 at the Hildebrand Equine Complex on the Texas A&M University College Station campus.
This meeting is a one-day follow-on to the Texas Branch ASM Fall Meeting, to be held October 19-21 at the same location. The Symposium is free to ASM registrants, and only $25 is requested from other attendees, which covers a dinner, a kolache breakfast and, if you want, a takeaway box lunch for the Sunday noon departure.
Texas now has more phage research groups than any state in the country. If you are involved in phage research or simply want to get to know more about the subject and its Lone Star community, Y’ALL Come!
Organizers: Jason Gill & Ry Young (TAMU/AgriLife CPT), Ian Molineux (UT Austin, Chair, CPT Advisory Board)