On April 11 there was a meeting in Washington DC that was part of an effort from a new study being conducted by the National Academies of Science, Medicine, and Engineering on “Microbiomes of the Built Environment”. Videos and slides from the meeting have now been posted. I have compiled them below.
In addition, I made a word cloud using “Wordle” of the main text in the Agenda document describing the “Project Prospectus” of the working group. I think it sums up things pretty well.
Full playlist of all the talks:
Paula Olsiewski, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Slides.
Laura Kolb, U.S. EPA
Tina Bahadori, U.S. EPA
David Tomko, NASA. Slides.
Lisa Chadwick, NIEHS
Sponsor Q&A Panel
Gary Andersen — What makes the built microbiome unique? Slides.
Jelena Srebric — Ventilation, Occupants, and the Microbiome. Slides.
Benjamin Kirkup — Built Environment Microbiome and Health. Slides.
Amy Pruden — Understanding Microbiomes in Water. Slides.
Speaker Q&A Panel