Biology Departmental Seminars


The Biology Departmental Seminar Series is open to the public. Seminars are usually held at 4:30-6:00 pm in George Lynn Cross Hall room 123, with refreshments available at Richards Hall Rm 304 at 3:45 pm. Exceptions to the normal schedule are indicated below.

 

Spring 2014

Date Speaker Title

Host

15-Jan

 

No Seminar  
22-Jan
Kimble Frazer
OUHSC

Using Zebrafish to Model Human T Cell Cancer McCauley
29-Jan

Ashlee Rowe
Michigan State

Scorpion toxins and their ion channel targets: exploring the molecular genetic and physiological bases of adaptive traits that mediate species interactions

Markham

5-Feb

Jamie Gillooly
U Florida

The temperature-dependence of cardiovascular design: Explaining differences in vertebrate athleticism Kaspari
Sutton Lecture

12-Feb

Warren Booth
U Tulsa

The emerging phylogenetic pattern of parthenogenesis in snakes. Schlupp/Siler

19-Feb

Bradford Hawkins
UC Irvine

Community phylogenetics at the biogeographic scale: niche conservatism and the structure of North American forests Patten
26-Feb

David Hart
U Maine

Making Science Matter: a Shift from Producing Knowledge to Linking it with Action
Weese Lecture

Vaughn

5-Mar

Cheryl Stucky
Medical College Wisconsin

Channeling Touch and Pain Transduction: Mechanisms that Detect and Protect

Lemon

12-Mar

Kevin McCann
U Guelph

Lake food Web Expansion and contraction: Nature Flexes Kaspari
26-Mar

Bob Ricklefs
U Missouri St Louis

TBA Kaspari
Sutton Lecture
2-Apr

Michael Wunder
U Denver

Stable isotopes for space/time inferences in migratory systems Bridge
9-Apr

Michael Ryan
U Texas Austin

Sexual selection and the brain: Cognitive aspects of mate preference in tungara frogs Schlupp
16-Apr

Armin Moczek
U Indiana

On the origins of novelty and diversity in development and evolution: case studies on horned beetles

BAGS

23-Apr

Mike Shapiro
U Utah

The molecular basis of recurrent evolution in the domestic pigeon Masly
30-Apr

Mingzi Xu
University of Oklahoma

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