Presentations

This reflects the past 5 years

2018

  • Miller, John J., Catharina H. M. Lüdeke, Bart C. Weimer, and Jessica L. Jones. 2018. population genetics, biogeography, and phylogenetics of Vibrio parahaemolyticus from North America using whole genome sequence data. National Shellfisheries Association, Seattle, WA.
  • Lew, Megan, Nguyet Kong, Kao Thao, Carol Huang, Maryke Appel, Stephen Lappin, Lisa Knapp, Lenore Kelly, and Bart C. Weimer. 2018. Automated library construction using KAPA library preparation kits on the Agilent NGS workstation yields high-quality libraries for whole-genome sequencing on the Illumina platform. UC Davis Undergrad Research Conference, UC Davis, Davis, CA
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2018. Unexpected genomic diversity in pathogens: implications for food and public safety. Korean FDA Symposium, Seoul S. Korea.
  • Kaufman, James, Ed Seabolt, Mark Kunitomi, Akshay Agarwal, Kristen Beck, Harsha Krishnareddy and Bart C. Weimer. 2018. Exploiting Functional Context in Biology: Reconsidering Classification of Bacterial Life. 34thIEEE International Conference on Data Engineering – Context in Analytics: Challenges, Opportunities and Trends. Paris France.
  • Weimer, Bart C. and B. Huang. 2018. The need for speed: is it time for real time detection of Salmonella? Oxford Nanopore Day, San Francisco, CA
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2018. From Genomes to Metagenomes: food safety and public health. Department of Food Science, UC Davis, Davis, CA
  • Luu, Bao K, Nguyet Kong, Whitney ng, Lenore Kelly, and Bart C. Weimer. 2018.Improving quality of DNA fragments for next generation sequencing with Agilent 2200 Tapestation.  UC Davis Undergrad Research Conference, UC Davis, Davis, CA

2017

  • Weimer, Bart C. B. Huang, N. Kong. 2017. Real-time sequencing using the minION for pure and mixed cultures forfood safety. Davis, CA. Invitation only
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2017. Metagenomic and metabolomics response to toxin addition to food materials. Mars, Inc., McLean, VA. Invitation only
  • Chen, Poyin, and Bart C. Weimer. 2017Molecular effects of prebiotic oligosaccharide on Listeria monocytogenes infection. Australian Society for Microbiology Annual meeting, Hobart, Tasmania.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2017. Genomics in food and predictive microbiology. Universityof Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2017. Metagenomics and genomics in food and health. CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Australia. Snowdon Oration. Keynote
  • Chen, Poyin, and Bart C. Weimer. 2017Molecular effects of prebiotic oligosaccharide on Listeria monocytogenes infection. Mini-Symposium: Microbiome and Immunity at the Skin and Gut Interfaces in Health and Disease, Davis, CA
  •  Weimer, Bart C. B. Huang, N. Kong, N. Chin, J. Kaufman, M. Davis, K. Beck, N. Haiminen, R. Prill, S. Edlund, D. Chambliss. 2017. Genomics to Metagenomics in food and public health. IFSH Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) for the Food Industry: Current Procedures, Advances, Obstacles and Solutions, Burr Ridge, IL. (Mars Special Speaker)
  • Chin, Ning, Dylan B. Storey, Bihua C. Huang, Maggie Butler, Russell Griggs, Jessica Tittl, Elizabeth DeNardo, Sarah Edmonds-Wilson, Carrie A. Zapka, Bart C. Weimer. 2017. Using Shotgun Metagenomics to Examine the Use of Hand Microbiome as a Forensic Tool. Mini-Symposium: Microbiome and Immunity at the Skin and Gut Interfaces in Health and Disease, Davis, CA
  • Weimer, Bart C., B. Huang, N. Kong, N. Chin, J. Kaufman, M. Davis, K. Beck, N. Haiminen, R. Prill, S. Edlund, D. Chambliss. 2017. Genomics to Metagenomics in food and public health. American Society for Microbiology annual meeting, New Orleans, LA. Invited Keynote in food metagenomics section
  • Weis, Allison M., Kristin A. Clothier, Bihua C. Huang, Nguyet KongKen Dewar, Bart C. Weimer. 2017. Identifying virulence factors that lead to abortion from zoonotic transmission and whole genome sequencing. CHRO 2017, Nantes, France. (Plenary session)
  • Arabyan, Narine, Prerak Desai, Jigna Shah, Reed N. Gann, Hai Yu, Nguyet Kong, Mai Lee Yang, Janneth Pinzon, Xi Chen, and Bart C. Weimer.2017. Salmonella wins the war with prebiotics and probiotics during infection. American Society for Microbiology annual meeting, New Orleans, LA. (DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23708.28808)
  • Beck, Kristen L., James Kaufman, Stefan Edlund, David Chambliss, Niina Haiminen, Matt Davis, Mark Kunitomi, Robert Prill, Laxmi Parida, Simone Bianco, Bart C. Weimer, Carol Huang, Nguyet Kong, Robert Baker, Peter Markwell. 2017. A big tech approach to a “small” problem: microbiome characterization of raw food ingredients to improve food safety. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. #authors listed by organization.
  • Beck, Kristen L., James Kaufman, Stefan Edlund, David Chambliss, Niina Haiminen, Matt Davis, Mark Kunitomi, Robert Prill, Laxmi Parida, Simone Bianco, Bart C. Weimer, Carol Huang, Nguyet Kong, Robert Baker, Peter Markwell. 2017. A big tech approach to a “small” problem: microbiome characterization of raw food ingredients to improve food safety. Functional Foods Conference, San Diego, CA. #authors listed by organization.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2017. Metagenomics and genomics in food and health. Australian Society for Microbiology annual meeting, Hobart, Tasmania, AU. Invited Keynote lecture – Snowdon Oration.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2017. Metagenomics and whole genome sequencing in food and public health. Oxford Nanopore, Oxford, UK.
  • Chen, Poyin, and Bart C. Weimer. 2017. Molecular effects of prebiotic oligosaccharides on L. monocytogenesinfection. BAMPS XX, San Francisco, CA.
  • Arabyan, Narine, and Bart C. Weimer. 2017. Salmonella requires two enzymes to degrade the host glycocalyx that leads to altered infection and host cell glycan remodeling. BAMPS XX, San Francisco, CA.
  • Fouthoui, Azarene, Carol Huang, Kristen Beck, Allison M. Weis, Amir Ardeshir, Rachael Reader, Bart C. Weimer. 2017. Placental Microbiome of Healthy Pregnancies Exhibits Complex Microbial Interactions. (DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.11322.39366). 3rdAnnual Integrative Pathobiology Research Symposium, UC Davis, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2017. Metagenomics and genomics of Campylobacter to diagnose outbreaks in animals. Utah’s Hogle Zoo, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2017. WGS for pathogen detection and trace back. Mars Chocolate, Slough, UK.
  • Kaufman, James, and Bart C. Weimer. 2017. Sequencing of the food supply. Pacific Southwest Section -AOAC International 2017 Annual Meeting, Berkeley, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C., Allison M. Weis, Azarene Fouthoui, and B. Carol Huang. 2017. Metagenomics and genomics of Campylobacter. National Center for Primate Research, Davis, CA.

2016

  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Metagenomics in food safety and links to WGS. BioRad, Inc., Paris, France.
  • Weimer, Bart C., and Ning Chin. 2016. Metagenomics in food safety: uses and forensic options to identify hazards. Uncommon collaborations and the future of food safety science. Beijing, PRC.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Metagenomics in food safety: real timesequencing options. Oxford Nanopore, Oxford, UK.
  • Chew, Stephanie, Ning Chin, Carol B. Huang, Bart C. Weimer, and Elizabeth A. Maga. 2016. Metagenomic Analysis of Intestinal Microbiota in Malnourished Pigs Supplemented with Lysozyme-Rich Transgenic Goat Milk. UC Davis Animal Science Symposium, Davis, CA.
  • Kaufman, James, and Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Metagenomics of the food supply. Colorado State University, School of Veterinary Medicine, Fort Collins, CO.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Food Safety and the Role of Genomics for the Future. Korean Society of Food Science and Technology (KFoST) annual meeting. Daegu, Korea.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Linking food safety with metagenomics: sequencing the supply chain. Mars Plant Science and Genetics working group. Davis, CA.
  • Fouthoui, Azarene, Allison M. Weis, Marina Becker, Carol Huang, Bart C. Weimer. 2016. How the microbiome structure changes between mom and baby orientation of the placeneta. Signature Research Program Symposium. Davis, CA.
  • Weis, Allison M., Bart C. Weimer, Azarene Fouthoui, Marina Becker, Carol Huang. 2016. Defining the placental microbiome using metagenomics. Signature Research Program Symposium. Davis, CA. (2ndplace award)
  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Rapid detection and its link to genomics and food safety. Biodefense World Summit 2016. Rapid Detection for Food Safety. Baltimore, MD.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Genomics and food safety. Wrigley Innovation Center, Chicago, IL.
  • J. H. Kaufman, Bart C. Weimer, M. Becker, D. Storey, N. Kong, C. Huang, Haiminen, Niina, Laxmi Parida, D. Chambliss, S. Edlund, R. Prill, S. Bianco, K. Hu, N. Haiminen, Peter Markwell, Bob Baker, 2016. Mapping the Metagenome with an Ever Smaller Ruler. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting Special Session, Boston, MA. (Organized by B. C. Weimer)
  • Weimer, Bart C., J. H. Kaufman, M. Becker, D. Storey, N. Kong, C. Huang, Haiminen, Niina, Laxmi Parida, D. Chambliss, S. Edlund, R. Prill, S. Bianco, K. Hu, N. Haiminen, Peter Markwell, Bob Baker, 2016. Metagenomics: Hazard Detection in the Food Supply. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting Special Session, Boston, MA. (Organized by B. C. Weimer)
  • Weis, Allison M., Dylan B. Storey, Conor C. Taff, Kristen Clothier, Nugget Kong, Woutrina A. Smith, Barbara A. Byrne, Walter M. Boyce, Andrea K. Townsend, Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Genomic Comparisons and Zoonotic Potential of Campylobacter isolates around Davis, California. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Chen, Poyin, Nguyet Kong, and Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Inhibitory Effects of Oligosaccharides on Enteric Pathogens. Association with the Gastrointestinal Barrier. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. (DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22748.59522)
  • Arabyan, N., D. Park, H. Yu, S. Foutouhi, C. C. Williams, P. Desai, J. Shah, R. Jeannotte, N. Kong, X. Chen, C. B. Lebrilla, and Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Host Glycan Remodeling – Sweet Cross-Talk between the Host and the Microbe. Association with the Gastrointestinal Barrier. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2016. Genomics and public health. Vice President Glenda Humiston – Agriculture and Natural Resources, UC. Davis, CA.
  • Weis, Allison M., Dylan B. Storey, Connor C. Taff, Kristen Clothier, Andrea Townsend, Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Genomic comparisons and zoonotic potential of Campylobacter isolates. BAMPS, San Francisco, CA.
  • Weis, Allison M., Dylan B. Storey, Connor C. Taff, Kristen Clothier, Andrea Townsend, Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Genomic comparisons and zoonotic potential of Campylobacter isolates. Interdisciplinary Graduate and Professional Student Symposium, Davis. CA. (won Dean’s Prize for Best Oral Presentation in Medicine and People’s Choice award).
  • Torres, Roberto Francisco Aviles, Alfonso Mendez, Margarita Camorlinga, Marina Becker, Dylan Storey, Allison Weis, Carol Huang, Nguyet Kong, Bart C. Weimer; Javier Torres. 2016. Relationship of gastric cancer development with the different vacAalleles, the number of cagA-EPIYA motifs and the presence of the dupAgene in Helicobacter pylori. IX International Congress, XX National Congress on Biochemical Engineering and the XIV Biomedicine and Molecular Biotechnology Scientific Meetings, Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico. (won 1stplace for the poster competitionfor the entire joint conference).
  • Taff, Conor C., Allison M. Weis, Bart C. Weimer, and Andrea K. 2016. Townsend Influence of host ecology and behavior on Campylobacter jejuni prevalence and environmental contamination risk in a synanthropic wild bird. Ecology & Evolution of Infectious Diseases Conference, Ithica, NY.
  • Weimer, Bart C., R. Torres, M. Becker, D. Storey, N. Kong, A. Foutouhi, C. Huang, Haiminen, Niina, Laxmi Parida, D. Chambliss, S. Edlund, R. Prill, S. Bianco, K. Hu, N. Haiminen, J. H. Kaufman, Peter Markwell, Bob Baker, J. Torres, J. Solnick. 2016. Large-scale genomics in public health and food safety. Colegio Mexicano de Ingenieros Bioquimicos, Veracruz, Mexico. (Keynote speaker)
  • Haiminen, Niina, Laxmi Parida, D. Chambliss, S. Edlund, R. Prill, S. Bianco, K. Hu, N. Haiminen, and J. H. Kaufman, Dylan Storey, Bart C. Weimer, Peter Markwell, and Bob Baker. 2016. Understanding False Positives in Mapping of Microbiome Sequence Data Using In-silico Simulations. IAFP, St. Louis, MO.
  • Arabyan, N., D. Park, H. Yu, S. Foutouhi, C. C. Williams, P. Desai, J. Shah, R. Jeannotte, N. Kong, X. Chen, C. B. Lebrilla and Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Host glycan remodeling – sweet cross talkbetween the host and the microbe. ASM-Microbe, Boston, MA
  • Weimer, Bart C., A. Foutouhi, N. Kong, M. Becker, D. Storey. 2016. Rapid bacterial detection – capture/concentration to remove growth before detection. Mars Global Food Safety Conference, Davis, CA.
  • Chen, Poyin, Nguyet Kong, and Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Inhibitory effects of oligosaccharides on enteric pathogen association with the gastrointestinal barrier. ASM-Microbe, Boston, MA
  • Weis, Allison M., Dylan B. Storey, Conor C. Taff, Kristen Clothier, Nugget Kong, Woutrina A. Smith, Barbara A. Byrne, Walter M. Boyce, Andrea K. Townsend, Bart C. Weimer. 2016. Genomic comparisons and zoonotic potential of Campylobacter isolates around Davis, California. ASM-Microbe, Boston, MA
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2016. Rapid bacterial detection – increasing speed with genomics and capture. Mars Global Science Conference, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2016. Genomics – the basics for food and health. Mars Global Science Conference. Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2016. Genomics and culture-independent methods in food safety. Food Safety 2016.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2016. The intersection of big data, genomics, microbiology in molecular food safety. Uncommon collaborations and the future of food safety science. Beijing China.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2016. The skin microbiome and metabolome – integration to understand community structure and function. GoJo Industries, Akron, OH.
  • Camargo, M. Constanza, Javier Torres, Jay Solnick, Castle Raley, Dylan Storey, Marina Becker, Roberto Torres, Xiongfong Chen, Bao Tran, Bart C. Weimer, Charles S. Rabkin. 2016. DNA Methylation Profiles of Helicobacter pylori Strains from Patients with Gastric Cancer and Gastritis. American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting, New Orleans.

2015

  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Use of genomics in health and food safety, Kinsella Symposium, UC Dublin. Dublin, Ireland
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. The genomes of nitrogen fixation bacteria in the corn microbiome. Corn Summit, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C., A. Foutouhi, D. Storey, R. Baker, P. Markwell. 2015. Culture-independent detection using capture concentration. USDA/FSIS monthly webinar.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Big data in agriculture, UC Dublin Foods for Health and Agriculture. Dublin, Ireland
  • Zamora, Pablo, Jonathan A. Eisen, Bart C. Weimer, Jean-Michel Ané, Howard-Yana Shapiro, Alan B. Bennett. 2015. The aerial root mucilage associated with an indigenous landrace of maize supports a diazotrophic microbiota. BioStimulants. Florence, Italy.
  • Weis, Allison, Dylan Story, and Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Genomic comparisons and pathogenic potential of Campylobacter Isolates. CHRO, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • Storey, Dylan, Allison Weis, Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Genomics in food safety outbreak detection. ASM Conference for NGS in Food Safety, Washington DC.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Nitrogen fixation in diazotrophic microbiome members associated with maize. Corn Summit, Davis, CA
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Big Data in food safety. LARTA, St. Louis, MO.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Genomics and risk in the governance of genomic information. Governance of Human Genetic Information & Development of Precision Medicine.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Large scalegenomics and the future of food safety. The 8thInternational Biotechnology and Agriculture Summit. Beijing, China.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. 100K Pathogens: From genomes to diagnostics. Chinese Academy of Microbiology, Beijing, China.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Host/microbe interactions using large-scale genomics and biosecurity. Bridging science and security for biological research: Personnel Security Programs. Washington, D.C., Invited meeting hosted by AAAS, FBI, and Gryphon Scientific.
  • Weimer, Bart C., A. Foutouhi, D. Storey, R. Baker, P. Markwell. 2015. Rapid detection of bacteria from food by eliminating enrichment. Mars Pathogen Management Meeting, McLean, VA (invitation only)
  • Kaufman, James, R. Baker, N. Limbardi, P. Markwell, D. Storey, C. Huang, B.C. Weimer, D. Chambliss, S. Edlund, R. Prill, S. Bianco, K. Hu, N. Haiminen, and J. H. Kaufman. 2015. Metagenomics For Food Safety: Sequencing the Food Supply Chain. Presented at the bioMérieux Symposium – What is “Big Data” and How Might Metagenomics, Whole Genome Sequences, and other Large Data Sets Change Food Microbiology? IAFP, Portland, OR.
  • Chambliss, D. S. Edlund, J. H. Kaufman, R. Prill, N. Haiminen, D. Storey, C. Huang, B.C. Weimer, R. Baker, N. Limbardi, P. Markwell. 2015. Metagenomic Applications for Characterizing the Food Microbiome, IAFP, Portland, OR.
  • Pramod K Pandey, Sagor Biswas, Mark Lejeune, Daniel Morash, Bart Weimer, Glenn Young. 2015. Assessing Pathogen Challenge in Food waste Biofertilizers. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Pinho, R.M., C. Huang, B.C. Weimer, E.A. Maga. 2015. Library construction using the KAPA mRNA strand kit for RNA-sequencing of pig intestinal tissues after consumption of milk from lysozyme transgenic goats. X Transgenic Animal Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C., A. Foutouhi, D. Storey, R. Baker, P. Markwell. 2015. Culture-independent detection using capture concentration. FDA Food Safety Grand Challenge Finals. Washington, DC. (1 of 5 finalists selected by judges from FDA, CDC, USDA, and food safety industry for the national competition in food safety).
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2015. Host/microbe interactions using large-scale genomics. Food+IT conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Foutouhi, Soraya, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. RNASeq Analysis of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Following Salmonella Infection. Fluidigm User Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • (b)* Agulto, Reginaw, Nguyet Kong, Whitney Ng, Lucy Cai, Alvin Leonardo, Lenore Kelly and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Integrating the DNA Integrity Number (DIN) to Assess Genomic DNA (gDNA) Quality Control Using the Agilent 2200 TapeStation System. UC Davis Undergraduate Research Conference, Davis, CA. wUndergraduate.
  • Ancheta, Patrick W, Nguyet Kong, Whitney Ng, Azarene Foutouhi, B. Carol Huang, Lenore Kelly and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Quality Control of High-Throughput Library Construction Pipeline for KAPA HTP Library Using an Agilent 2200 TapeStation. UC Davis Undergraduate Research Conference, Davis, CA. wUndergraduate.
  • Liu, Kendraw, Narine Arabyan, Nguyet Kong, Marie-Pierre Forquin Gomez, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Development of an assay to quantify and detect the physiological state of the cells. UC Davis Undergraduate Research Conference, Davis, CA.
  • Storey, Dylan, Carol Huang, Whitney Ng, Kao Thao, Nguyet Kong, Alli Weis, Poyin Chen, Narine Arabyan, Richard Jeannotte, Soraya Foutouhi, Azarene Foutouhi, Lois Soreiul, Bart C. Weimer. 2015. 100K Pathogen Genomes Project: Progress, Expansion, and Interrogation. Sequencing, Finishing, and Analysis in the Future; Santa Fe, NM.
  • Arabyan, Narine, Dayoung Park, Soraya Foutouhi, Cynthia C. Williams, Prerak Desai, Jigna Shah, Richard Jeannotte, Nguyet Kong, Carlito B. Lebrilla, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Salmonella Degrades the Host Glycocalyx Leading to Altered Infection and Glycan Remodeling. 115thAnnual American Society for Microbiology, Young Investigator Oral Presentation.
  • Arabyan, Narine, Dayoung Park, Carlito Lebrilla, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Salmonella Degrades the Host Glycocalyx Leading to Altered Infection and Glycan Remodeling. Gordon Research Conference, Como, Italy.
  • Edlund, Stefan, David Chambliss, James Kaufman, Dylan Storey, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Estimating genome features. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Agulto, Regina, Nguyet Kong, Whitney Ng, Lucy Cai, Alvin Leonardo, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Integrating the DNA Integrity Number (DIN) to Assess Genomic DNA (gDNA) Quality Control Using the Agilent 2200 TapeStation System. Undergraduate Research, Scholarship & Creative Activities Conference, UC Davis, Davis, CA.
  • Ancheta, Patrick, Nguyet Kong, Whitney Ng, Azarene Foutouhi, B. Carol Huang, Lenore Kelly, and Bart C. Weimer. 2015. Quality Control of High-Throughput Library Construction Pipeline for KAPA HTP Library Using an Agilent 2200 Tapestation. Undergraduate Research, Scholarship & Creative Activities Conference, UC Davis, Davis, CA.
  • Folster, Jason P., Davina Campbell, Heather Carleton, Maria Sjӧlund-Karlsson, Jared Reynolds, Allison M. Weis, Dylan Storey, Nguyet Kong, Bart C. Weimer, Yuansha Chen, Cong Li, Shaohua Zhao, Patrick McDermott, and Jean M. Whichard. 2015. Using Whole Genome Sequencing to Predict Antimicrobial Resistance in Salmonella. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting.
  • Weimer, Bart C.and Soraya Foutouhi. 2015. Host/microbe interactions using large-scale genomics. Plant and Animal Genomes Conference, San Diego, CA

2014

  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics in global food safety. USDA officeof the Undersecretary. Washington, DC.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. 100K Pathogen Genome Sequencing Project – progress and process. NIST-DHS Standards for Pathogen Identification via Next-Generation Sequencing (SPIN) Workshop, Gaithersburg, MD
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. NGS, food safety, and society. School of Veterinary Medicine Dean’s Advisory Council. Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C., Nguyet Kong, Carol Huang, Whitney Ng, Dylan Storey, Paul Frere, Nicolas Lin, Christina Siebert, Jeremy Lambert, Bronwen Miller, Victoria van Kets, Eric van der Walt, Paul McEwan, and Maryke Appel. 2014. A novel, robust library construction workflow for the rapid and large-scale production of draft bacterial genome sequences. The 16th Annual Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) Meeting, San Marco Islands, FL.
  • Foutouhi, Soraya and Bart C.Weimer. 2014. Harnessing the 100K Genome Project for culture collection characterization. US Culture Collection Network, Fall meeting, University of California, Davis.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Rapid Serotyping of Salmonellain Food and standards associated with genomics in food safety. Microbiologics, Inc., St. Cloud, MN.
  • Weis, Allison, and Bart C. Weimer. 2014. Harnessing the 100K Genome Project to identify genomic clues to primate diarrhea in Campylobacterisolates. California National Primate Research Center, Primate Medicine GI Day. Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Rapid Serotyping of Salmonellain Food by Microfluidic Capillary Electrophoresis. IFSH-UW Symposium – Rapid Methods for Food Safety Microbiology, Chicago, IL.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics, food safety and translation to food and agriculture. Seoul National University, South Korea.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics in food safety and food science. 81stAnnual Meeting and International Conference of Korean Society of Food Science and Technology (KoSFoST), Gwangju, Republic of Korea.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Implementation of NGS is food safety. Centro Operativo Veterinario per l’Epidemiologia, Programmazione, Informazione e Analisi del Rischio (COVEPI) National Reference Center for Veterinary Epidemiology, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale, dell’Abruzzo e del Molise “G. Caporale” Teramo, Italy.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics in food safety. European Food Safety Authority NGS implementation workshop, Parma, Italy.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics, food safety and translation to food and agriculture. China Animal Health & Epidemiology Center – Department for Safety supervision of animal products (Ministry of Agriculture), China.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Translating large-scale genomics to Knowledge. Beijing Normal University, School of Life Sciences, Beijing, China.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Molecular food safety: 100K pathogen genomes and beyond. Sinogenomax Co., Ltd. Conference and partnering announcement, Beijing, China.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Molecular methods and the future of food security: 100K genomes as the basis. 3rdAnnual Food Microbiology Symposium, St. Cloud, MN. (Conference keynote speaker)
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Molecular methods and the future of food security. Almaden Institute – Sequence the city, IBM International Genomics Symposium, San Jose, CA. (Agriculture keynote)
  • Stevens, John R., Balasubramanian Ganesan, Michael Lefevre, and Bart C. Weimer. 2014. SigTree: Identifying and Visualizing Significantly Responsive Branches in a Phylogenetic Tree. Western Dairy Center annual meeting, Logan, UT.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Molecular methods and the future of food security for produce. Center for Produce Safety, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics and the microbiome in health and disease. South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Weimer, Bart C.and Richard Jeannotte. 2014. Nitrogen fixingbacteria from plants. Corn Summit. Davis, CA
  • Arabyan, Narine, Dayoung Park, Cynthia Williams, Ting Song, Carlito Lebrilla, and Bart C.Weimer. 2014. Cell surface glycan changes during Salmonella infection. 17thAnnual Bay Area Microbial Pathogenesis Symposium (BAMPS), San Francisco, CA.
  • Arabyan, N., D. Park, C. Williams, R. Jeannotte, P. Desai, J. Shah, N, Kong, M.L. Yang, C. Lebrilla, and B. C. Weimer. Host glycan degradation during Salmonella enterica spp. enterica sv Typhimurium infection. UC Davis College of Biological Sciences – Microbiology & Molecular Genetics Department. Davis, CA
  • Arabyan, N., D. Park, C. Williams, R. Jeannotte, P. Desai, J. Shah, N, Kong, M.L. Yang, C. Lebrilla, and B.C. Weimer. Glycan digestion during Salmonella enterica spp. enterica sv Typhimurium infection. Microbiology Graduate Student Annual Symposium, UC Davis. Davis, CA
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics and the food industry. Center for Produce Safety. Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2014. Genomics and pathogens: molecular methods for the future in food security. Mars Scientific Advisory Board, Davis, CA.
  • Park, Dayoung; Narine Arabyan; Cynthia Williams; Ting Song; Bart Weimer; Carlito Lebrilla Determination of changes in cell surface glycosylation with cellular transformations. 2014. American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Baltimore, MD.
  • Crawford, Elizabeth; Domizio, Paola; Musselman, Brian D.; Joseph, C. M. Lucy; Bisson, Linda F., Weimer, Bart C., and Jeannotte, Richard. 2014. Preventing Wine Spoilage: Rapid Screen & Quantification of Off-flavor Phenolics using Ambient Ionization coupled with High-Resolution MS/MS. The 47th Annual German Society for Mass Spectrometry (DGMS), Frankfurt.

2013

  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Genomics and pathogens: molecular serotyping methods. FDA/CFSAN, Washington, DC.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Genomics and pathogens: large scalesequencing and computational needs. IBM, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Microbial ecology and pathogens in animal waste streams. UC Davis Animal Waste Workshop, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for population microbiology in food safety and security. China Center for Disease Control, Microbiology Division, Beijing, PRC.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for population microbiology in food safety and security. Chinese Academy of Science. Microbial Genome Research Center & Key Lab of Pathogenic Microbiology and Immunology, Institute of Microbiology, Beijing, PRC.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for population microbiology in food safety and security. AgStart Showcase, SARTA, Sacramento, CA. (keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for population microbiology in food safety and security. ANSES, Paris, France.
  • Arabyan, Narine, Dayoung Park, Nguyet Kong, Cynthia Williams, Carlito Lebrilla, and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Glycan digestion during Salmonella enterica spp. enterica sv Typhimurium infection. Salmonella, ASM meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Chen, Poyin, Nguyet Kong, and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Inhibitory Effects of Lipids on Salmonella Association with the Gastrointestinal Barrier. Salmonella, ASM meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for population microbiology in food safety and security. Nestle, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Microbiomes, microbe and epigenomes in sulfur metabolism. Agilent Technologies, Santa Clara, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Microbiomes and microbe databases for plant breeding. Seed Central, Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.and Qiaoning Guan. 2013. The success of BGI@UCDavis. SARTA, MedStart mixer, Sacramento, CA. (invited keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for population microbiology. Pacific Biosciences user meeting. Palo Alto, CA. (invited keynote)
  • Chen, Poyin, Nguyet Kong, Richard Jeannotte, Hamza Fakhri, Tyson Clark, Ellen Paxinos, Meredith Ashby, Jonas Korlach, Luke Hickey, Cheryl Tarr, and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Application of Next Generation Sequencing for the Identification of Listeria monocytogenesPredictive Genome Features and the Epigenome. ICGAmerica 2013, Sacramento, CA.
  • Thao, Kao Nguyet Kong, Carol Huang, Whitney Ng, Soraya Foutouhi, Poyin Chen, Yi Xie, Narine Arabyan, and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Food Safety and Security: The 100K Pathogen Genome Project. ICGAmerica 2013, Sacramento, CA.
  • Arabyan, Narine and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Insights into evolution and diversity of sialidases. ICGAmerica 2013, Sacramento, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. Sequencing 100K genomes for public health. GMI6. Davis, CA. (invited keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C.2013. 100K Foodborne Pathogen Genome Project and food safety. International Association for Food Protection, Charlotte, SC. (invited keynote)
  • Kelly, Lenore, Paul Zavitsanos and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. 100K Foodborne Pathogen Genome Project and food safety. International Association for Food Protection, Charlotte, SC.
  • Richard Jeannotte and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Bioactive characterization of the microbiome associated with crops. N2 Genetics, Napa Valley, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Molecular genomics and food safety: the 100K genome project. 8thAnnual Sequencing, finishing, analysis in the future. Santa Fe, NM
  • Desai, Prerak T., Steffen Porwollik, Fred Long, Pui Cheng, Sandra W. Clifton, Aye Wollam, George M. Weinstock, Michael McClelland, Jonathan Frye, Mathew Mikoleit, Bart C. Weimer, Donald Guiney, Ohad Gal-Mor, Wolfgang Rabsch, Jean Guard, Patricia Fields. 2013. Taxonomic structure of Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica. American Society for Microbiology annual meeting. Denver, CO.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Epigenomics in microbial genomes and pathogenicity. American Society for Microbiology, Microbial genomics workshop sponsored by Pacific Biosciences, American Society for Microbiology annual meeting, Denver, CO. (keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Optical mapping in pathogen genomes. American Society for Microbiology, Microbial genomics workshop sponsored by OpGen, Inc. at American Society for Microbiology annual meeting, Denver, CO. (keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Using microbial genomes in molecular food safety. American Society for Microbiology annual meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Doherty, Matthew K., Prerak Desai, Leslie Woods, Mai Lee Yang, Janneth Pinzon, Nguyet Dao, and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Vancomycin and aptamer to Staphylococcus aureusare synergistic in vivo.American Society for Microbiology annual meeting. Denver, CO.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Genomics in molecular food safety: The 100K pathogen genome project. Genomics in Agriculture and Food, Davis, CA (invitation only meeting).
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Increasing research and graduate education connections. School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Using microbial genomics in rapid bacterial detection. Gojo International, Akron, OH.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Microbial genomics in molecular food safety. Sigma-Aldrich Corp. St. Louis, MO.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Molecular food safety in outbreak detection. National Livestock Association, Louisville, KY.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Microbial genomics in molecular food safety: the 100K genome project. Pittcon, Philadelphia, PA. (keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Molecular food safety – the 100K pathogen genome project. University of Georgia, Food safety consortium, Atlanta, GA. (keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C., Kao Thao, Winnie Ng, Nguyet Dao. 2013. Large-scale bacterial genomics – the 100K pathogen genome project and its implications for pathogenomics. NCGR annual conference, Santa Fe, NM.
  • Kelly, Lenore, Paul Zavitsanos and Bart C. Weimer. 2013. 100K Foodborne Pathogen Genome Project and food safety. Agilent Labs Annual Research Conference, Santa Clara, CA.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Molecular food safety in outbreak detection in poultry products. Pacific Egg and Poultry Association, Monterey, CA.
  • Korlach, Jonas, Marc Allard, Bart C. Weimer. 2013. Automated, Non-Hybrid De Novo Genome Assemblies and Epigenomes of Bacterial Pathogen. Advances in Genome Biology & Technology. Marco Island, FL.
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Genomics to empower pathogen detection in food. Mars, Inc. Rapid Bacterial Detection Symposium, Davis, CA (invitation only meeting).
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Rapid capture and concentration of large-scale complex matrices for pathogen detection. Mars Rapid Bacterial Detection Symposium, Davis, CA (invitation only meeting). (keynote)
  • Weimer, Bart C. 2013. Molecular food safety: The 100K pathogen genome project. USDA/ARS/FSIS annual conference. Washington, DC (invitation only meeting).