Spring 2008 Schedule

Date
Speaker/Title
Host
Jan. 17
Dr. Eric Calhoun
Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, Johns Hopkins University
SNPing away at cancer: discovering deletions using single nucleotide polymorphism arrays
Gen. search
Jan. 24
Dr. Giuliana Gusmaroli
Dept. Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology; Yale University
Functional interaction between the COP9 Signalosome (CSN) and the Ubiquitin-Proteasome system in the regulation of plant development.
Gen. search
Jan. 31
Andrea Habura
Biggs Laboratory; Wadsworth Center
Learning from Cellzilla: Foraminiferan protists as a tool for understanding biodiversity and cell biology
Gen. search
Feb. 7
Dr. Aaron Lynne
National Farm Medicine Center
Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation
Characterization of antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella serotypes from food animals
Micro. search
Feb. 14
Dr. Lea Spyres
Dept. of Biological Sciences; University of Tulsa
Chimeric toxins act as intracellular inhibitors of wild-type toxin B from Clostridium difficile
Micro. search
Feb. 19
Dr. Madhusudan Choudhary
University of Texas Health Sciences Center Houston
Genome analysis of Rhodobacter sphaeroides
Micro. search
Feb. 21
Dr. Heather Wiatrowski
Dept. of Biochemistry and Microbiology; Rutgers University
Interactions between the toxic metal mercury and microorganisms from groundwater aquifers
Micro. search
Feb. 28
Dr. Chris Randle
Dept. of Biological Sciences; Sam Houston State University
Interpretations of probability: the Bayesian approach in
phylogenetics
Hargrave
Mar. 4
Dr. Hojun Song
Dept. of Entomology; Brigham Young University
Evolution and phylogenetic utility of insect male genitalia
Bucheli
Mar. 20
Dr. Rusty Pool
The Fertility Center of San Antonio.
The culture of human embryos: adventures in time and space
Wilson
Mar. 27
Dr. Bridget Stutchbury
Department of Biology; York University
Migratory song birds: canaries in the coal mine?
Lutterschmidt
Apr. 3
Dr. Keith Gido
Division of Biology; Kansas State University
Scaling consumer effects across a riverscape: effects of nutrient subsides and trophic complexity on stream ecosystem function
Hargrave
Apr. 10
BETA-BETA-BETA
Faculty Biology-Bowl
Hudson
Apr. 17
Dr. Gary Garrett
HoH Fisheries Science Center; Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
The successes and challenges of fish conservation in Texas
Hargrave
Apr. 24
Dr. Amy Dunham
Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Rice University
Changing trophic diversity in tropical forests: Implications for community structure & ecosystem function
Hargrave
May 1
Dr. John Hawdon
Dept. of Microbiology, Immunology, and Tropical Medicine; George Washington University
Insulin signaling in the hookworm infective process
T. Cook
May 8
Dr. David Heins
Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Tulane University
Is the macroparasite Schistocephalus a consumer or castrator of the little threespine stickleback fish?
Deaton

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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