The JAMS symposium - the ultimate session for microbiologists down under

Carly Rosewarne reports from JAMS6 at the Australian Museum in Sydney

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The full report from the JAMS6 symposium is available on my blog

Joint Academic Microbiology Seminars (JAMS) brings microbiologists together for scientific discussions, networking and most importantly - beer and fun! Monthly JAMS are held on the last Tuesday of the month at Harpoon Harry Bar. JAMS Symposia are held annually at the Australian Museum.

The JAMS Symposium represents the largest independent gathering of microbiologists in Australia. It is made possible by the efforts of volunteers and the generous support of sponsors. JAMS is looking to expand around Australia in 2017. If you would like to get involved, follow @jamsorgau on Twitter or find contact details for Mike Manefield on his website

Carly Rosewarne

Research Scientist, CSIRO

I’m an early career microbiologist from Adelaide in Australia. In my role at CSIRO I use molecular biology and bioinformatics to study gut microbiomes in humans and livestock. I'm also a passionate advocate for developing a positive and inclusive network of EMCRs in Australia, working together towards a brighter future for our scientific community.


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A month later and the vibe of JAMS6 Symposium is still lingering. Who is going to next week's JAMS at Harpoon's Harry?