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Upcoming seminars in the Biology Department
Title Speaker School Start Date Location Host
Epigenetic keys to coral reef resilience & restoration in the age of global climate change Jose Eirin-Lopez Florida International University, Miami 16 January 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Functional genomics of drug-resistant superbugs: From the 1980s through today. Daria Van Tyne Harvard University 22 January 2018 12:00 PM Foster Auditorium Dept of Biology
Resistance and tolerance of an invading transposable element Erin Kelleher University of Houston 23 January 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Genomic tales of human history Josh Akey Princeton University 30 January 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Plant-animal interactions in the Anthropocene: Understanding and conserving species threatened by climate change. Erin Kuprewicz University of Connecticut 06 February 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Epigenetic regulation of the circadian gene Per1 in age-related memory decline Janine Kwapis University of California, Irvine 07 February 2018 12:00 PM 317 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Mathematical models of treatment responses and resistance evolution in leukemias Dominik Wodarz University of California, Irvine 12 February 2018 12:00 PM Foster Auditorium Dept of Biology
Music in the Brain: The Neuronal Control and Learning of Bird Song Michael Fee Massachusetts Institute of Technology 13 February 2018 04:00 PM Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Bldg Huck Distinguished Lectures of Life Sciences
Tracking a killer: using ancient DNA to understand the evolutionary history of tuberculosis Anne Stone - Marker Lecture Arizona State University 19 February 2018 05:00 PM Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Bldg Dept of Biology
What does dental calculus tell us about diet, pathogens, and population history?: preliminary results from the chimpanzees of Gombe Anne Stone - Marker Lecture Arizona State University 20 February 2018 04:00 PM Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Bldg Dept of Biology
Evolutionary Game Theory of Cancer Marco Archetti University of East Anglia 26 February 2018 12:00 PM Foster Auditorium Dept of Biology
Frontiers in Inflammation Research: from NRLP3 to metabolic reprogramming Luke O'Neil Trinity College Dublin 27 February 2018 04:00 PM Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Bldg Huck Distinguished Lectures of Life Sciences
At the interface of chemical kinetics and population biology: How to find dosing strategies Pia zur Wiesch The Arctic University of Norway 12 March 2018 12:00 PM 317 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
TBD Mario Recker University of Exeter 19 March 2018 12:00 PM 317 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Diversity, resistance, and virulence: pathogen evolution in a dynamic world David Kennedy Penn State University 26 March 2018 12:00 PM Foster Auditorium Dept of Biology
A Sea of Change: Altered Microbial Dynamics Following the Macondo Oil Well Blowout Samantha (Mandy) Joye University of Georgia 27 March 2018 04:00 PM Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Bldg Huck Distinguished Lectures of Life Sciences
Evolutionary consequences of climate change: Insights from field studies of the subalpine mustard, Boechera stricta Jill Anderson Odum School of Ecology, University of GA 03 April 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
TBD Norbert Cordeiro Roosevelt University 10 April 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Ecological genomics of legume-rhizobium symbiosis Katy Heath University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 17 April 2018 04:00 PM 8 Mueller Lab Dept of Biology
Atomic Resolution Cryo-EM Sriram Subramaniam National Institute of Health 24 April 2018 04:00 PM Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Bldg Huck Distinguished Lectures of Life Sciences

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