8:30    Breakfast and Poster Setup

9:00    Welcome: Tor Savidge

9:05    Making Sense of Tiny Bugs through Big Data: The Impact of Systems Biology in Infectious Diseases 
Lilliana Brown, NIAID

Session 1: Sysbio Based Dx and Patient Classification/Risk Stratification


9:25    Metagenomic and Host RNA Sequencing for Diagnosis of Infections in Field Settings  Charles Chiu, UCSF

9:55    Next-generation Sequencing Technologies to Augment Foodborne Outbreak Investigations at the FDA   Marc Allard, FDA

10:25    Break

10:40    Systems-based Stratification of Pathogen and AMR Risk in Clinical Settings   Lynn Bry, Harvard University

11:10    Microbiome Surveillance in Human Health  Joe Petrosino, Baylor College of Medicine

11:40   Selected abstracts
PCP-consensus/Mosaic Approach to Broad Spectrum Vaccines
for Alphaviruses

Christopher Read, UT Medical Branch at Galveston

Microbiome and Cumulative Antibiotic Use as Predictors of Stenotrophomonas Maltophilia Infection in Patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia Receiving Remission-Induction Chemotherapy
Jessica Galloway-Pena, MD Anderson Cancer Center

12:10    Lunch and Poster session

Session 2: Sysbio Based Precision Therapeutics


1:40    Computational Approaches in Precision Health Management Marti Head, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

2:10    Learning from Patients about the Ecology of Host-microbiome Interaction Joao Xavier, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

2:40    Precision Medicine in Infectious Diseases: The Case for VRE  Cesar Arias, University of Texas Health Science Center

3:10    Break

 Session 3: Sysbio Based Host Innovations


3:30    Defining Humoral Profiles Associated with Human Survival of Hemorrhagic Fever Virus Infection  Bonnie Gunn, Harvard University

4:00    Host Cell Engineering to Study Respiratory Viral Pathogens  Joan Nichols, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston

4:30    Selected abstracts
Network Stress Tests Reveal Novel Drug Potentiators in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Shuyi Ma, Seattle Children’s Research Institute

Defining age dependent factors driving CoV pathogenesis
Vineet Menachery, UT Medical Branch at Galveston

5:10    Reception in Rain Forest Pyramid