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No small task: Finding and understanding small RNAs in diverse land plants
Michael Axtell, Penn State University
What flat leaves can teach us about developmental reproducibility
Aman Husbands, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Diversity and Evolution of Plant Epigenomes
Chad Niederhuth, University of Georgia
Monika - Heterochromatin turnover among great apes: Species and gender differences - Zach - Evolutionary mechanisms that shape chromosome structure in Drosophila pseudoobscura
Zach Fuller and Monika Cechova, Recipients of the 2015/2016 Troxell Scholarships in Biology
Circadian clock and epigenomic changes condition transgenerational memory with agricultural and ecological implications in plants
Sally Mackenzie, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Off with their heads: using planarians to understand brain regeneration
Rachel Roberts-Galbraith, University of Illinois
Building and rebuilding neural circuits: lessons from the olfactory system
Claire Cheetam, Carnegie Mellon University
From body to brain: control of autonomic physiology by the sensory vagus nerve
Rui Chang, Harvard University
Understanding the impact of evolutionary history on genetic variation
Priya Moorjani, Columbia University
Old and new genetic adaptations in humans and other primates
Aida Andres, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Allorecognition and Stem Cell Parasitism: A Tale of Competition, Selfish Genes and Greenbeards in a basal chordate
Anthony DeTomaso CANCELLED, University of California, Santa Barbara
Genetic adaptations to dietary micronutrients in the context of modern and archaic human history
Sergi Castellano, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Genomic imprinting and X chromosome inactivation in therian mammals
Xu Wang, Cornell University
Retrovirus assembly: A novel paradigm
Leslie Parent, Penn State School of Medicine
(Machine) learning about natural selection through genetic variation.
Daniel Schrider, Rutgers University
Ever-evolving stem cell niche concepts
Paul Frenette, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Biology Marker Lecture #2: Of men, mice and birds: the evolution of recombination hotspots
Molly Przeworski, Columbia University
Biology Marker Lecture #1: Searching for the genetic variants that underlie human adaptations
Molly Przeworski, Columbia University
Scary viruses, killer tapeworms, and nostril ticks: discovering ecological pathways of disease transmission
Tony Goldberg, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Rethinking the structure of the growing plant cell wall and molecular mechanisms of cell wall loosening
Daniel Cosgrove, Penn State

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