The SERYM 26th annual Meeting brings together researchers in diverse fields who use any type of yeast as a model system. Topics stem from strategies for treatment of fungal disease to modeling human disease in yeast, showing very diverse and interdisciplinary approaches to tackle important biological questions. The meeting is attended by primarily students (Grad students and Undergrads) with strong representation from smaller colleges for the undergrads. Presentation opportunities are for trainees at all levels including oral presentations for undergrads, grad students and postdoctoral fellows.
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