Spring 2006 Biology Colloquium Schedule

Thursday's at 4:00PM in ASEC 122

Department of Biology Colloquium Schedule


Jan 19 - Sharon Lynn, Wooster, “Steroid hormones and binding globulins:  can plasma interactions play a role in regulating rapid changes in behavior in birds?”
 

Jan 26 – Alexander Galazyuk, NEOUCOM

 

Feb 2 - Joseph Bernardo, College of Charleston,” the nexus of macroecology, physiology and population genetics, and its relevance for conservation assessment in the face of global warming”

 

Feb 9 -  M. Kinter, Cleveland Clinic, "Using proteomics to study atherosclerosis"

 

Feb 16 – no seminar


Feb 23 -  Morris, Baldwin Wallace College, TBA


Mar 2 - David Arnosti “"Transcriptional Enhancers: Intelligent Enhanceosomes, or Flexible  Billboards?"
 

Mar 9 - rescheduled to April 13


Mar 16 - Cancelled

Mar 23 - Clay Sassaman, UC Riverside

 

Mar 30 - Spring Break

 

April 6 – William Landis, NEOUCOM, Advances in Tissue Engineering of Human Digit and Ear Models

 

April 13- John Cardina, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, OSU, OARDC.

Explaining Plant Invasion: Is synthesis possible


April 20 - Paul Sniegowski, University of Pennsylvania, TBA

 

April 27 – Williams Lecture: Heideh Fattaey, Stanford University, “Bio-X: supporting, organizing, and facilitating interdisciplinary research connected to biology and medicine”, http://biox.stanford.edu

May 4 – Stephen Adolph, Harvey Mudd College, "Climatic influences on population dynamics and microhabitat selection in lizards"