Spring 2009 Schedule

Jan. 22
Dr. William Matthews
Department of Zoology
University of Oklahoma
Long-term effects of Lake Texoma on native fish in tributary streams, revisited
Jan. 29
Various Faculty
Department of Biological Sciences
A research show-case by the SHSU Biology Faculty
Bio Dept
Feb. 5
Dr. Gil Rosenthal
Department of Biology
Texas A & M University
Choices and their consequences: Communication mechanisms, mating biases, and the evolution of hybrid zones
Feb. 12
Dr. Bill Brinkley
STAR Center
Baylor College of Medicine
The Aurora Kinases: The ABC's of mitosis and cancer
Feb. 19
Dr. Jeffery Morawetz
University of Michigan Herbarium
Chimeric toxins act as intracellular inhibitors of wild-type toxin B from Clostridium difficile
Feb. 26
Dr. Adam Hartstone-Rose
Department of Biology
Pennsylvania State University, Altoona
Destructive Sampling Without Destroying the Sample: analysis of soft tissue anatomy and its paleontological applications
Mar. 5
Dr. Mark Morrissey
School of Meteorology
University of Oklahoma
Scalable stochastic rainfall models in time and space
Mar. 19
Dr. Robert Bakker
Houston Museum of Natural Science
Mar. 26
Dr. Robert Puckett
Department of Entomology
Texas A & M University
Behavior and Ecology of Pseudacteon spp. (Diptera: Phoridae) In Association with Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Texas
J. Cook
Apr. 2
Dr. Debra Shier 
Center for Research of Endangered Species; San Diego Zoo
Social and Ecological Influences on the Survival Skills Following Relocation: A Role for Behavior in Conservation
Apr. 9
Dr. Aaron Bauer 
Department of Biology 
Villanova University
Are geckos the model organism of the future? Towards a global phylogeny of gekkotan lizards
Apr. 16
Dr. William Margolin
Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; UT Health Science Center at Houston
Splitsville: the bacterial cell division machine
Apr. 23
Dr. Henri Bayle 
Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics 
Baylor College of Medicine
Apr. 30
Dr. Don Ennis
Department of Biology
University of Louisiana Lafayette
Development of a New Animal Model for TB-Like Infections: Monitoring Colonization, Spread and Transmission in a Translucent Host

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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