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SouthWestern Ohio Beekeepers Association SWOBA

Beekeeping in the tri - States area, Cincinnati and surrounding states and counties

The impact of viruses on honey bees at the colony, individual, and cellular levels

Speaker: Dr. Michelle Flenniken

Date: 27 Oct. 2021

Time: 7:30 PM (EDT) (Eastern Daylight Time – Cincinnati Time)

Topic: " The impact of viruses on honey bees at the colony, individual, and cellular levels"

Fees: Free

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Dr. Michelle Flenniken ShortBio

Michelle Flenniken is an Associate Professor in the Plant Sciences Department at Montana State University. She is a microbiologist investigating honey bee host-pathogen interactions and Co-Director of the Pollinator Health Center at MSU.

Michelle received a B.S. in Biology from the University of Iowa, then was a Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana, before obtaining her Ph.D. in Microbiology from Montana State University.

She did postdoctoral research at the University of California, San Francisco prior to becoming a faculty member at MSU



Registration to become a SWOBA:

If you are a SWOBA member, 2021 dues are now payable. Please renew your membership for just $5 per year. We presented many great speakers in 2021 and have more coming. If you are not a member and you would like to join us, you are welcome to join SWOBA. Please, see below.

Your membership will help us to continue providing these quality presentations.

Registration is to become a SWOBA member, not for the event:

I will ask you if you like to be a SWOBA member when you register for the event, if you answered yes, I will email you the links.

Thank you!

Yaser Almusawy


South Western Ohio Beekeepers Association (SWOBA)