Presentations

September 2015. Hartmann, E.M. How anthropogenic chemicals are altering the microbial world, LabRoots webinar on Microbiology, http://labroots.com/virtual-event/id/1

September 2015. Hartmann, E.M. Potential indoor exposure to antimicrobials and antibiotic resistant organisms, Alfred P. Sloan Workshop on “Towards a better understanding of the emerging paradox with exposures to indoor microbes: good and bad,” Kuopio, Finland.

October 2015.  Green, J.L.  Innovative City Forum, Mori Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.

January 2016. Hartmann, E.M. Antimicrobial Chemicals and Antibiotic Resistance in the Indoor Dust Microbiome, University of Texas, Austin.

April 2016.  Green, J.L.  Building Wellness: Creating Healthier Homes, Hospitals, and Offices with Microbiology, Heinz Distinguished Lecture Series hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering.

April 2016.  Green, J.L.  Genomes Environments Traits (GET) Conference hosted at Harvard Medical School in Boston, contributing to Session II: Microbiomes, Health and the Built Environmen.

April 2016.  Kline, J., Davidson, S. New Waters: The Impact of Weatherization on Microbial Ecology and Human Health,  ACI National Home Performance Conference & Trade Show, Austin, TX.

April 2016.  Kline, J., Johnson-Shelton, D. A Collaborative Study: The Impacts of Weatherization on Microbial Ecology and Human Health, Poster, AIA Design and Health Research Consortium Annual Meeting. Alexandria, VA.

May 2016.  Green, J.L.  National Microbiome Initiative,  Washington D.C.

May 2016. Brown, G.Z., Duffy K., Van Den Wymelenberg, K., Yrazabel, J. Research Empowers Design Transformation, AIA Oregon Design Conference, Gleneden Beach, OR.

May 2016. Van Den Wymelenberg, K. Research from UO ESBL and UO BioBE, Oregon State University Wood Science Engineering Seminar Series, Corvallis, OR. 

May 2016.  Green, J.L.  Transforming Architecture: A Festschrift Event in honor of G.Z. Brown, Eugene, OR.

July 2016.  Green, J.L. & Van Den Wymelenberg, K. Emerging Perspectives on Exposure Assessments. A retrospective and research agenda from a large center, The 5th Conference Microbiology of the Built Environment.

July 2016. Hartmann, E.M. MBTA (Boston) City Sampling Day 2016, 2nd Annual MetaSUB Summit, Shanghai, China.

May 2016. Van Den Wymelenberg, K. Hacker Architects.  Research from UO ESBL and UO BioBE, Portland, OR.

July 2016. Hartmann, E.M. Antimicrobial chemicals and antibiotic resistance in the indoor dust microbiome, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.

August 2016. Hartmann, E.M. Antimicrobial chemicals are prevalent and problematic in dust as well as in wastewater treatment, the 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

August 2016. Hickey, R.J. Clouds in a crowd: deciphering individual contributions to the human microbial cloud, Poster, 16th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (#ISME16), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

September 2016. Hickey, R.J. Exploring the Great Indoors: The Built Environment and Human Health, Live webinar (PowerPoint), LabRoots Microbiology and Immunology Virtual Event.

September 2016.  Green, J.L. & Van Den Wymelenberg, K. How Biotech and Data Science can be used to Evaluate Cleantech in Buildings and Cities (PowerPoint), Oregon BEST FEST, Portland, OR.

September 2016.  Kline, J.  Personal Human Microbial Clouds, Poster, Oregon BEST FEST, Portland, OR.

September 2016. Hickey, R.J. Microbial interactions between humans the the built environment, Invited seminar, 21st Lake Arrowhead Microbial Genomics Meeting (#LAMG16), Lake Arrowhead, CA. (SlideShare)