Presentations

2019: Presentation at the Australian Society of Microbiology annual meeting:

Fabian B, Asher A, Foster C, Vick S, Elbourne L, Cain A, Hassan K, Tetu S and Paulsen I (2019). ‘Using genome-wide screening to identify genes important for bacterial colonisation of plant surfaces’. ASM 2019, Adelaide Australia.

2019: Presentation as part of the Australian Society of Microbiology Nancy Millis Travel Award NSW-ACT branch final:

Fabian B, Asher A, Foster C, Vick S, Elbourne L, Cain A, Hassan K, Tetu S and Paulsen I (2019). ‘Using genome-wide screening to identify genes important for bacterial attachment to plant surfaces’. ASM Nancy Millis Travel Award NSW-ACT branch final, Sydney Australia.

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Belinda Fabian with the poster she presented at the JAMS Symposium 2019. Photo: Varsha Naidu

2018: Winner of poster prize for poster presentation at JAMS annual symposium:

Fabian B, Foster C, Vick S, Asher A, Cain A, Hassan K, Tetu S and Paulsen I (2019). ‘Identifying important genes for bacterial colonisation of plant surfaces using genome-wide screening.’ Joint Academic Microbiology Seminars Annual Symposium, Sydney Australia.

2019: Invited talk at Sydney Micro 2019 (a meeting showcasing the work of microbiology ECRs and PhD candidates from NSW universities):

Fabian B, Asher A, Foster C, Vick S, Cain A, Hassan K, Tetu S and Paulsen I (2019). ‘Using genome-wide screening to identify genes important for bacterial attachment to plant surfaces’. Sydney Micro 2019, Sydney Australia.

2018: Poster presentation at Bugs by the Beach 2: 

Fabian B, Foster C, Vick S, Asher A, Cain A, Hassan K, Tetu S and Paulsen I (2018). ‘Identifying important genes for bacterial colonisation of plant surfaces using genome-wide screening.’ Bugs by the Beach 2, Newcastle Australia.

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Women from the Paulsen Lab enjoying the JAMS annual symposium 2018

2018: Poster presentation at JAMS annual symposium:

Fabian B, Asher A, Cain A, Tetu S and Paulsen I (2018). ‘Using Transposon-Directed Insertion Site Sequencing (TraDIS) to identify crucial genes for biocontrol bacteria colonisation’. Joint Academic Microbiology Seminars Annual Symposium, Sydney Australia.

 

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Presenting at Pioneering Women in STEM event 2017

2017: Presented on biocontrol bacteria and food security at the Pioneering Women in STEM event for top year 11 female students. Event structured as six interactive stations with research showcased in six-minute sessions to small groups of students with the use of visual aids.

 

2016: Poster presentation at ComBio 2016 (joint meeting of ASPS, ASBMB and ANZSCDB):

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Extrafloral nectar poster at ComBio 2016

Fabian, BK, Hughes L and Atwell, BJ (2016). ‘Extrafloral nectaries and nectar of wild cottons’. ComBio 2016, Brisbane Australia .

2015: Poster presentation at Macquarie University Undergraduate Research Conference

Fabian, B (2015). ‘How does elevated carbon dioxide change extrafloral nectar?’ Macquarie University Undergraduate Research Conference (MacqCon), Sydney Australia.