2018 ISHPSSB Off-Year Workshop, Regeneration Across Complex Living Systems: From Regenerating Microbiomes to Ecosystems Resiliency

We are pleased to announce the opening of registration for the 2018 ISHPSSB Off-Year Workshop, Regeneration Across Complex Living Systems: From Regenerating Microbiomes to Ecosystems Resiliency, which will be held at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, MA on October 22nd and 23rd, 2018.

Registration for the Workshop is available here and also at the ISH Off-Year websitehttps://2018ishregeneration.wordpress.com/. This website contains a draft program as well as preliminary logistics and information about Woods Hole, including travel information and links to housing options aside from the MBL’s own campus housing. The Off-Year Workshop website will be updated continuously as we get closer to the Workshop dates.

Please note that registration for the 2018 ISHPSSB Off-Year Workshop closes at MIDNIGHT (EST) on SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2018. It will be difficult to accommodate travel assistance requests, MBL housing requests, and meal requests after this date. Expenses for housing and meals while at the MBL will be covered for graduate students, and we will also be able to provide some travel assistance to both graduate students and post docs. Requests for travel assistance can be submitted during the registration process.

Finally, please note that all participants in the 2018 ISH Off-Year Workshop will also need to register with the MBL campus in order to receive an ID card, which will allow access to the MBL campus and cafeteria. The deadline for this campus registration is October 5th, 2018. Once you register for the 2018 ISH Off-Year Workshop by midnight (EST) on September 12th, 2018, an e-mail will be sent to you with instructions on how to complete the MBL campus registration.

Please feel free to circulate this information widely, and as always, do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. We look forward to welcoming you to the MBL!

— Kathryn Maxson Jones (kmaxson@princeton.edu) and Kate MacCord (kmaccord@mbl.edu), Workshop Coordinators