Departmental Seminars

 Fall 2017 Seminar Schedule

September 4, Monday Guang Hu, National Institutes of Health, Research Triangle Park Transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation of the pluripotent state
September 18, Monday Vaughn Cooper, Univ. of Pittsburg Studies of mutation rate variation, mechanisms of adaptation, and life in biofilms
using experimental evolution
September 25, Monday Britney Moss, Whitman College Message received! Synthetic biology reveals dynamic plant hormone signaling
October 2, Monday Michael Axtell, Penn. State University FRONTIERS IN BIOLOGY:
Plant microRNAs and siRNAs: Novel functions revealed by next-generation
October 16, Monday Kevin Boyce, Stanford University FRONTIERS IN BIOLOGY:
The fossil record of plant physiology & its impact on the evolution of terrestrial  ecology and environments
October 23, Monday Todd Palmer, University of Florida FRONTIERS IN BIOLOGY:
Friends with benefits costs: what the dark side of cooperation can teach us
about mutualism
October 30, Monday Juan Carlos Arévalo, Universidad de Salamanca Molecular mechanisms regulating neurotrophic factor function
November 6, Monday James Smyth, Virginia Tech Adenovirus targets gap junction intercellular communication to facilitate replication
November 20, Monday Rob Last, Michigan State University FRONTIERS IN BIOLOGY
The tip of the trichome: studying evolution in a single cell

Seminars are held at 4:00 PM in Winston Hall