Microbiology Society Annual Meeting in Ireland – a view from Twitter
Posted on November 1, 2023 by Raymond Antwi
The Microbiology Society Annual Meeting in Ireland took place as in person meeting between 24 – 25 October 2023 and was held in Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, Ireland. We've turned to Twitter to take a look at some of the highlights!
#MicrobioIrish23 was one of our biggest meetings so far this year! The programme was filled with scientific talks, poster presentations and opportunities to socialise and network with other experts across the isalnd of Ireland.
The scientific sessions at #MicrobioIrish23 were designed to give delegates a forum to discuss the latest research in Ireland across a diverse range of topics, reflecting the idea that interdisciplinarity can broaden horizons and open new doors to breakthroughs. The programme featured talks by invited speakers from across the world, which provided a great opportunity for those working in the field to share ideas, network and collaborate.
Great to hear about the collaboration on SARS-CoV-2 in deer in the Phoenix park by @NerdyNic @ucdvetmed and @UCD_Wildlife @lauraelgriffin @UCDSBES @ucdscience at @MicrobioSoc #MicrobioIrish23 pic.twitter.com/axYdU8Dxot— Evelyn Doyle (@EMD51) October 25, 2023
Well done to @UccMicrobiology final year undergraduate student Emmet Conroy for presenting his summer research project at the annual meeting of the Irish Division of @MicrobioSoc @SEFSUCC #MicrobioIrish23 pic.twitter.com/482Jre6N0Q— David Clarke (@cleverflick) October 24, 2023
The poster sessions showcased the diversity of microbiological research across the research community in Ireland. Delegates were able to share their work, and discuss and exchange ideas with one another, giving plenty of opportunities for early career researchers to present their work too!
Great poster from @FGzara presenting her work on the potential of the salmon skin microbiome for the discovery of novel bioactive molecules @UccMicrobiology @MARBLES_EU #MicrobioIrish23 pic.twitter.com/RdokPVgo0i— David Clarke (@cleverflick) October 25, 2023
Great representation of microbiology research from @pharmacyatQUB at the @MicrobioSoc #MicrobioIrish23 - two great talks by @Stephen_A_Kelly and @Thomacillin and posters by @LMcClenaghan_ @RossDuncan27 @katiejjbrown pic.twitter.com/U5yRDKOH0d— Brendan Gilmore (@BrendanFGilmore) October 25, 2023
Feeling Inspired after the Microbiology Society Irish Division meeting, many thanks to all of the organisers. It's amazing to be part of such a passionate, diverse, and vibrant community of researchers. @IrishResearch @MicrobioSoc #loveirishresearch pic.twitter.com/ezkwG5iNrV— Aaron.curtis (@AaronC_Mycology) October 25, 2023
Thank you for attending
Thank you to all the organisers, speakers, poster presenters and delegates who joined the meeting and helped make it a success! We look forward to welcoming you to future conferences in our events programme.
Thank you to everyone who attended #MicrobioIrish23 and contributed to making the meeting a success! We look forward to welcoming you to our other events throughout 2024: https://t.co/lg9qorOUGn. pic.twitter.com/q5PADXGCQe— Microbiology Society (@MicrobioSoc) October 27, 2023