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Archives 2018

A Regional Symposium Near You

We are delighted that more and more SEA schools are coming together to host regional SEA symposia. These meetings offer many benefits, including more opportunities for students and faculty to network, collaborate, and present their research. In 2017-2018, at least one fifth of SEA schools participated in a regional symposium.

Attending a Regional Symposium
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Sequencing Information 2018-19

This post contains some information on sending your SEA-PHAGES phage DNA samples to the University of Pittsburgh for sequencing.

Sample Submission Form: NEW!

New this year! We are now requiring you to submit the information about the samples you are sending via a quick Google Form. This will help us keep track of samples, correct ...

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Archiving 2018

Archive tubes and boxes will go out the week of November 5, 2018.  If you have not entered your section data, please do so.  If you have a special need, please let debbie know (djs@pitt.edu).  Please re-familiarize yourself with the archving protocol in the PhageDiscovery Guide of your choice. Remember ...

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Sequencing Status 2018-19

Below is a live spreadsheet showing the status of SEA-PHAGES sequencing samples for the 2018-19 academic year. Generally, only samples in the "priority" queue will be listed, and it may take a few days after receipt of samples for them to appear.

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Fall Faculty Hack-A-Thons!

We are delighted to announce the First Annual Fall Faculty Hack-A-Thons!

What is it?
The Fall Faculty Hack-A-Thons is a series of one-day annotation workshops for faculty that are hosted by our SEA-PHAGES SMART Team and expedited submitters. The goal of the Hack-A-Thons are to improve faculty annotation skills across the SEA and help everyone ...

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SEA-PHAGES Phage Discovery Guide is Online!

The Phage Discovery Guide has moved to an online platform. Moving forward, this online guide will be the only version that is regularly updated. You can access the guide from the faculty info page of the program website. Here is a direct link worth a bookmark: https://seaphagesphagediscoveryguide.helpdocsonline.com/home 

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Message in a Bottle, issue 8

The new issue of Message in a Bottle is available! Download it here.

Message in a Bottle, issue 7

The new issue of Message in a Bottle is available! Download it here.

2018 SEA-PHAGES Annual Letter

Below, find the first SEA-PHAGES Annual Letter, written in 2018 for the 2017-18 academic year. We hope to continue to write a summary of accomplishments, developments, and plans at the conclusion of each year.

Click here to download a pdf version of the letter.

Dear SEA-PHAGES Community,

The 2018 Symposium is a red-letter event, reflecting ...

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Oral presenters have been notified for 2018

Dear Faculty, Thank you for submitting your abstracts for the SEA Symposium. At this point, all oral presenters have been notified via email. We look forward to poster presentations from all submissions.

See you in a few weeks!

Best, The SEA-PHAGES TEAM

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11th Annual SEA Symposium

June 7, 2019 to June 9, 2019

2019 Faculty Workshop

June 9, 2019 to June 12, 2019

Phage Discovery Workshop 12A

June 22, 2019 to June 28, 2019

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