Bio 691R Graduate Seminar Schedule
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Biology Department Graduate Seminar Series: Winter 2017
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January 12NO SEMINAR
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January 1911 amJSB AuditoriumCOLLEGE SEMINAR: David Hillis Professor, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Texas at Austin“How a Salamander Saved a City"MLBM
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January 2611 am2004 LSBDerek Sikes Curator of Insects, Associate Professor of Entomology, University of Alaska Museum"Evolution of the Burying Beetles: Phylogeny, Biogeography, and Cryptic Species"Ecology/Ashlee Smith
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February 211 am2004 LSBStephen Piccolo Assistant Professor, BYU3rd Year Review: "Foraging Biological Data and Learning from It"Michael Whiting
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February 911 am2102 LSBCOLLEGE SEMINAR: Brad Bundy BYU College of Engineering“The Emerging Impact of Cell-free Synthetic Biology”MMBio
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February 1611 am2006 LSBBlake Meyers Donald Danforth Plant Sciences Center, University of Missouri“Small RNAs in Plants: Key Regulatory Components in Development, Defense, and Reproduction"PWS: Joint Seminar
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February 2311 am2004 LSBAaron Quinlan Associate Professor, Human Genetics Department, University of Utah"Variation in Genome Constraint and Structure"Steve Piccolo
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March 2NO SEMINAR
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March 310 amB107 MARBCandace McNaughton Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center"Hypertensive Insurgency: Finding the Forest (Despite the Trees) for Patients with Chronic Disease in the Emergency Department"
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March 911 am2102 LSBCOLLEGE SEMINAR: Lukas K. Tamm University of Virginia“Controlling the Opening of the Exocytotic Fusion Pore by Cholesterol and Calcium”PDBio
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March 16CANCELLED
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March 2311 am2004 LSBJack W. Sites, Jr. Professor, BYU“Field Stations and Options for Field Courses/Research in Tropical South America”
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March 237 pmBean Museum AuditoriumSemi-Annual John Tanner Lecture: David Wagner Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut"Barking Up New Trees: Letting Caterpillars and Collections Have Their Say"Bean Museum
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March 3011 am2004 LSBAdam South Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Harvard School of Public Health"Shedding a Light on Sexual Selection: Insights from Photinus Fireflies"Evolution/Gavin Martin
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April 611 amRoy Curtiss Professor, Department of Infectious Diseases and Pathology, University of FloridaMMBio: Joint Seminar
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April 1311 am2004 LSBDaniel Speiser Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina"The Structure, Function, and Evolution of Highly-Dispersed Visual Systems in Molluscs"Ecology/Kevin Lamb
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