DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+
and
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY*
2009 SPRING SEMINAR SERIES


Seminars are held in Shanklin Room 107 at 12 NOON on Thursdays, unless otherwise indicated in red.

Date Speaker and Title Host
January
1/22* MB&B Cell Biologist Candidate
1/26* MB&B Cell Biologist Candidate
1/29* MB&B Cell Biologist Candidate
February
2/02* MB&B Cell Biologist Candidate
2/05* MB&B Cell Biologist Candidate
2/12* MB&B Cell Biologist Candidate
2/26+ Kathleen Prudic
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dept.
Yale University
What gets you noticed? The ecology and evolution of conspicuous visual signals in insects. Singer
March
3/05+ Oswald Schmitz
Yale University
Predator functional diversity and ecosystem function. Singer
April
4/02+ Daniel Blackburn
Trinity College
This seminar has been canceled.
4/09+ Stephen Nowicki
Duke University
Bird Song and the problem of honest signaling. Kirn
4/16+ Scott Holley
Yale University
The design and implementation of Zebrafish segmentation. Devoto
4/23* francis Jensen, MD Neurology
Children's Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Role of neurotransmitter system maturation in neonatal brain injury and seizures: Translational implications. Naegele
4/30+ Arkhat Abzhanov
Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Dept.
Harvard University
Pecking at the origin of vertebrate diversity: Insights from Darwin's finches. Biology Grad. Students

+Biology Department Seminars
*Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Department Seminars

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