Biology Colloquium

Spring 2019

Most seminars on Thursdays at 3:30 in 168 Noland Hall

DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
1/22 Olaf Jensen
Rutgers University
Fisheries as ecosystem experiments: meta-analysis of a global marine fisheries database
1/24 Abigail Lynch
United States Geological Survey
Inland fish in a changing world: How do we assess, value, and adapt to an uncertain future?
1/29 Timothy Cline
University of Michigan
Integrating ecological mechanisms into management to improve outcomes for ecosystems and people 
2/14 Martha Muñoz
Virginia Tech
The motors and brakes of phenotypic evolution
2/20 Peri Kurshan
Stanford University
Towards a molecular understanding of synapse formation
2/25
MONDAY
12pm
Nathan Klapoetke
Janelia Research Campus
A visual feature space for guiding natural behaviors 
2/28
THURSDAY
12pm
Erin Barnhart
New York University
Cellular mechanisms for efficient coding in the Drosophila visual system
3/7
THURSDAY
11am
Vikram Gadagkar
Cornell University
Neural Mechanisms of Performance Evaluation in Singing Birds
3/21 TBA
3/28 Karin Krchnak
Water Resources Group
Improving policies and procedures related to environmental and resource conservation worldwide
4/4 Caroline Tucker
University of North Carolina
Connecting traits and ecological change
4/11 Mary Berbee
University of British Columbia
Early fungi and the dawn of life on land
4/18 Richard Wrangham
Harvard University
Self-domestication in humans and other primates
4/25 Robin Hopkins
Harvard University
The evolution of mate choice to avoid hybridization in plants