Fall 2009 Schedule

Date
Speaker/Title
Host
Sep. 3
Dr. John Wenzel
Ohio State University
Better than Genomics: Phylogenetic Studies Demonstrate that Phenotypic Data Perform well in Large Analyses
BSGSO
Sep.10
Dr. Denne Reed
University of Texas
Ecological Gradents and Small Mammal Community Composition in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania: A Paleoecological Perspective
Lewis
Sep. 17
Dr. Mark Lyte
Texas Tech University Health Science Center
Microbial Endocrinology as an Interdisciplinary Translation Research Platform
Primm
Sep.24
Dr. Heidi Kaplan
University of Texas Medical School, Houston
Bad to the Bone: Molecular Detection and in Vitro Biofilm Models of Osteomyelitis
Choudhary
Oct. 1
Dr. Volker Rudolf
Rice University
The Influence of Cannibalism and Size-Structure on the Dynamics of Communities
Thies
Oct. 8
Dr. Dan Crawford
University of Kansas
Green Gems on Specks of Lava in Vast Oceans: Origin and Evolution of Island Plants
Randle
Oct. 15
Dr. Craig Sargent
University of Kentucky
Problems detecting direct costs of male harassment to female fitness components in the Western Mosquitofish, Gambusia Affinis
Deaton
Oct. 22
Dr. Matt Chumchal
Texas Christian University
Patterns of HG Contamination in Food Webs of the South Central US: Potential Causes and Consequences
Hargrave
Oct. 29
Dr. Kirk Winemiller
Texas A&M University
Disentangling ecological complexity - food web research on a tropical floodplain river
Hargrave
Nov. 5
Dr. Tim Johnson
University of Minnesota
Novel Approaches Towards Studying Bacterial Plasmid Diversity within the Animal Gut
Lynne
Nov. 12
Dr. Michael Markham
University of Texas, Austin
Circadian and Social Cues Regulate Ion Channel Trafficking in Electric Fish
Rowe
Nov. 19
Dr. Prosanta Chakrabarty
Louisiana State University
Freshwater Fishes and Biogeography
Bucheli
Dec. 3
Dr. Hongmin Qin
Texas A&M University
Building the Cilium/Flagellum: A Job for Intraflagellar Transport (IFT)
Gaillard
Dec. 10
Dr. Patrick Lewis
Sam Houston State University
Of Mice and Men: An Integrated Approach to Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction
Biology

Seminar location/time:
Lee Drain Building 213 - 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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For additional information contact:
Chad Hargrave 
Phone: 936-294-1543
E-mail: cwhargrave@shsu.edu



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