You Are Invited to the 2015 Fall Retreat
Department of Molecular Microbiology and
The Program in Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis


Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Christina Stallings


Action Required by Monday August 17, 2015


9am Friday September 18 thru 12pm Saturday September 19, 2015



Pere Marquette Lodge & Conference Center (approximately one hour north of St. Louis)



Department of Molecular Microbiology Faculty, Staff, Postdocs & Students
Program in Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Faculty & Students
1st Year Graduate Students
1st and 2nd Year MSTP Students
Note:  There is no fee for you to attend the retreat.



This is an excellent opportunity to meet new members of the Program and to get up-to-date on the research being done by colleagues.



Posters – you can sign up to present your own poster (see registration form)
Short Talks – presented by postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and faculty
Group Activities – whatever it is, plan on having some fun
Keynote Address – see below


Keynote Speaker:

David W. Piston, Ph.D.
Edward Mallinckrodt Jr. Professor and Head, Cell Biology and Physiology Washington University School of Medicine

Department of Cell Biology and Physiology



Based upon availability, spouses/families of invited attendees may register for the retreat.
The cost for spouses/family members is the responsibility of the attendee and must be paid in advance at the time of registration.*
The cost is:  $150/per adult (over age 16), $75/ages 3-16, no charge/under age 3.
Families must share a room. Childcare is not provided and parents are responsible for their children at all times. 
* Please hand-deliver your check to Cathy Alvey, Room 9101, McDonnell Pediatric Research Building. 



Please complete the registration form found in the registration link, and submit it as soon as possible (room availability is limited, so act now!). Registration closes August 17, 2015.


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