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2024 SEA Symposium FAQ

Below are some guidelines to help you and your students prepare for the upcoming symposium. These include guidelines for:

 

IMPORTANT DATES
March 18, 2024:          Deadline to register for the Symposium.
March 18, 2024:          Deadline for abstract submission.
March 21, 2024:          Those selected to give ...

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2023 SEA Symposium FAQ

Below are some guidelines to help you and your students prepare for the upcoming symposium. These include guidelines for:

 

IMPORTANT DATES
March 21, 2023:          Deadline to register for the Symposium.
March 21, 2023:          Deadline for abstract submission.
March 23, 2023:          Those selected to ...

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2022 MRA Workflow

2022 MRA Workflow
 

Purpose
The MRA workflow is designed to support you (SEA faculty) and your students publish MRAs describing phages that you and your students discover and characterize as part of the PHAGES project. Participation is this workflow is only a requirement for those who are offered a discounted publication fee, though we ...

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Considerations for Implementing SEA-PHAGES in 2020 - 2021

SEA Faculty met virtually, in groups of 5 – 10, to discuss ideas for implementing SEA-PHAGES this coming academic year, focusing on strategies for maintaining safe distancing, preparing for the possibility of being fully online, and maintaining high student engagement. Below is a summary of suggested considerations, the majority of which are written in the context of Phage Discovery, though many are also applicable for Phage Genomics.

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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
This academic ...

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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, ...

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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 

If you would prefer a hard copy ...

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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.

Regional Symposia

We're delighted that more and more SEA institutions are coming together to host regional SEA symposia. In 2016-2017, 5 regional symposia were held, attended by students and faculty from 17 SEA institutions. Regional symposia offer many benefits, including more opportunities for students and faculty to network, collaborate, and present their research. HHMI is pleased to ...

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March 15, 2024

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April 12, 2024 to April 14, 2024

2024 SEA Symposium

April 12, 2024 to April 14, 2024

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