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Fri
Apr 7

SEMINAR CANCELLED: Trophic interactions and anthropogenic disturbance in tropical forest mammal communities

University of Michigan

4:00pm
Mon
Apr 10

Title TBA

Margaret (Meg) Stratton, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept.

Assistant Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept., University of Massachusetts, Amherst

209 French

12:10pm
Tue
Apr 11

Metabolic insights into pathways linked to neurodegenerative disease

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

4:00pm

HOST: Peter Chien

Wed
Apr 12

It Takes Guts to Live in a Cave: the Blind Cavefish, Astyanax Mexicanus, as a Model to Study the Development and Evolution of the Gastrointestinal Tract

Misty Riddle, Ph.D

Harvard University

221 Integrated Sciences Building

4:00pm

Speaker Link: Harvard University Cliff Tabin lab
Notes: Refreshments at 3:45pmHost: Hélène Cousin, Ph.D.

Wed
Apr 12

Reward and uncertainty in the prefrontal cortex

Yale School of Medicine

4:00pm
Thu
Apr 13

Control of M. tuberculosis Pathogenesis by Regulated Intramembrane Proteolysis

Michael Glickman, M.D.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

222 Morrill Science Center II

11:30am
Thu
Apr 13

Mass Spectrometry From Atoms to Metabolites: Fundamentals and Applications of ICP-MS and Laser Ablation Electrospray Ionization MS

Prof. Samuel Houk

Iowa State University and Ames Lab Research

Lederle Graduate Reserach Tower, Room 1634

11:30am

Refreshments starting at 11:00 am

Five College Chemistry Lecture Series

Thu
Apr 13

Catching the wave - systemic stress signaling in Arabidopsis

University of Wisconsin-Madison

4:00pm

STUDENT HOST: CJ Bascom

Fri
Apr 14

Special Seminar Co-Sponsored by OEB and PB Graduate Programs:

Genetic diversity and adaptation strategies of Arabidopsis thaliana along the Yangtze River, China

College of Life Sciences, Peking University

Location: Life Science Laboratories Building, Room S330

(All day)

HOST: Alice Cheung

Fri
Apr 14

PB Special Seminar:

Male-female communications in plant reproduction

College of Life Sciences, Peking University

Friday Seminar
Location: Life Science Laboratories Building, Room S330

 

(All day)

HOST: Dong Wang
CO-SPONSOR: Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Program

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