The Department of Biology’s Seminar Series will feature a diverse group of national and international scientists in the fields of Cell and Molecular Biology, Physiology, and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Time: 12:30pm to 1:15pm (unless noted otherwise).
Location: Room 107, Life Sciences Building (unless noted otherwise). Building Number 90 on Campus Map.
When: Monday, September 24 th., 2018 @ 12:30 pm. – 1:15 pm.
Location: Room 107, Life Sciences Building, Keele Campus. Building # 90 on Campus Map.
Speaker: Dr. Jacob Lucero
Seminar Topic: Small mammals, big impacts: a biogeographic perspective on how rodent foraging can influence the success of invasive plants.
|Sept. 17||Dr. Bridget Stutchbury||Dr. Ali Sadeghi-Naini, EECS, York U.||Quantitative Imaging for Personalized Cancer Therapeutics|
|Sept. 24||Dr. Chris Lortie||Dr. Jacob Lucero, The University of Montana||Small mammals, big impacts: a biogeographic perspective on how rodent foraging can influence the success of invasive plants|
|Oct. 1||No Seminar|
|Oct. 8||No Seminar||Thanksgiving|
|Oct. 15||Dr. Dawn Bazely||Dr. Jeremy Kerr, Ottawa|
|Oct. 22||No Seminar||–|
|Wed. Oct 24, N940 Ross Building||Dr. Ron Pearlman||Dr. Lewis Kay, 2017 Gairdner Laureate|
|Oct 29||Dr. Ron Pearlman||Dr. John Rubinstein||Protein structure-cyro EM|
|Nov 5||Dr. Yi Sheng||Dr. Wei Zhang, Guelph||Engineering protein-protein interactions to probe and rewire|
|Nov. 12||No Seminar|
|Nov. 19||Dr. Gary Sweeney||Dr. Matam Vijay-Kumar,The University of Toledo||TBA|
|Nov. 26||Dr. Ron Pearlman & Dr. Peter Cheung||Dr. Eric Campos, Sick Kids||Chromatin/Epigenetics|
|Dec. 3||No Seminar|