Biology/MOBI Seminars

Tuesday/Thursday mornings at 11:15 AM in SCI 1190  
  • 1/24/2017 - Anna Strimaitis - Florida State University 
    "Its Hard to Predict What Students Will Say":  Instructor and Student Learning Through Ambitious  Instruction in a General Biology Course

  • 1/26/2017 - Jonathan Dees - North Dakota State University
      Assessing Student Reasoning in Biology

  • 1/31/2017 - Thea Edwards - Sewanee
    Endocrine Disruptors:  Signs of the Anthropocene

  • 2/7/2017 - Lindsey Perkin - US Department of Agriculture

    Uncovering adaptation: Employing next-generation sequencing to reveal the genetic architecture of adaptive traits

  • 2/9/2017 - Janna Andronowski - University of Saskatchewan
    Recent Advancements in the Analysis of Bone Microstructure:
    New Dimensions in the Forensic and Health Sciences

  • 2/21/2017 - Edward B. Mondor - Georgia Southern University           
    Exhibit A:  Can Forensic Ecology Refine "Time of Death" Estimates?     

  • 2/23/2017 - Yangseung Jeong                                                     
      Blow fly activity as a significant variable in postmortem interval (PMI) estimation

  • 3/2/2017 - Lea Goentoro, Cal Tech 

    Revisiting D’Arcy Thompson: Why are jellyfish round?

  • 3/16/2017 - Martin Gallagher, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Molecular Biology of Epilepsy Syndromes:  Game Changer,
    Fool's Errand,
    or a Little of Both?

  • 3/23/2017  - Lloyd Sumner, University of Missouri
    Integrated Metabolomics for Deciphering Metabolic Pathways and Sophisticated Solutions to the Grand Challenges of Metabolomics

  • 3/30/2017 - Aaron Bowman, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    The role of manganese homeostasis and exposure in neurodegenerative disease

  • 4/6/2017 - Christina Scheel, CDC
    Innovative Solutions for Basic Problems: Addressing Key Challenges in the Global Health Laboratory

  • 4/13/2017 - Wayne Potts, University of Utah

    Virulence evolution is strongly influenced by both host and pathogen genetic diversity, but in opposite directions

  • 4/20/2017 - Allison Miller, St. Louis University
    North American grapevines: diversity, diversification, and rootstock domestication