We are SO excited to be back after a two year absence!

The TENTH!!! Annual Yosemite Symbiosis Workshop 2022


An integrative meeting of biologists focusing on symbiosis research
May 13-15, 2022
Sierra Nevada Research Institute, Wawona, Yosemite National Park

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Michele Nishiguchi, UC MERCED

Why: Our goal is to better integrate scientists that focus on symbiosis research, including research that study animal-microbe and plant-microbe systems, as well as broader topic related to the microbiome, cooperation, and mutualism.This will be our 10th annual meeting and we have been consistently attracting scientists from all over the country and overseas.

Who: The meeting is small and intimate by design (~50 participants). We would like to make room for a diverse group of people so we will initially accept up to 3 lab members per group (including the PI) on a first come first served basis. In the past we have covered a range of symbiosis topics from ecology and evolution to molecular mechanisms in different model and non-model systems.

When: A welcome party will occur for everyone arriving on the evening of May 13. The talks and poster sessions will be held May 14-15, 2022. 

Where:  This is the best part! The meeting takes place at the Sierra Nevada Research Station, in Wawona California, within the border of Yosemite National Park!

What will it cost?

Advanced Registration (deadline April 1st, 2022)  Students: $230, Postdocs
$250, PIs $300 

Late registration (deadline April 19th, 2022)  Students:
$260, Postdocs $280, PIs $330

Registration AND payment page is here:
https://snri.ucmerced.edu/form/symbiosis-workshop-2022

Please make sure to REGISTER first then PAY

Please direct any questions to the organizers:


COVID SAFETY:

  1. Attendees will be required to provide proof of full vaccination status against SARS-CoV2 during the registration process.
  2. Rapid antigen tests will be made upon arrival at the conference (provided by us) to provide an extra layer of safety for attendees
  3. The meeting will occur indoors, and masks will be required during meeting sessions when the opportunity for social distancing will be limited.
  4.  Meals, and coffee/snack breaks will be provided outside weather permitting. Temperatures in mid-May are usually mild, but there is always some chance that it will be cold and or rainy during the meeting.


You can look at ALL past programs here for 201120122013201420152016

2017,  2018,  2019

  Please direct any questions to Joel Sachs at joel[dot]sachs[at]ucr.edu