4:00 PM Monday, 502 Rieveschl Hall, unless noted otherwise**

Autumn Semester 2016

Sept 12

Mike McManus
Environmental Protection Agency
"Watershed Thinking: Spatial predictions of nutrient concentrations on stream networks"
Host lab: Buffam/Tepe
Sept 19

Chih-ying Su
Division of Biological Sciences, University of California San Diego
"Modulation of pheromone sensitivity and courtship behavior by a reproductive hormone"
Host lab: Rollmann
Sept 26

Susan Gershman
Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University
"Tricks of the trade-off, and how to smell like a winner: Sexual selection in three crickets and fly"
Host lab: Polak
Oct 3

Steve Horvick
Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University
"When does increased population genetic diversity enhance colonization success?"
Host lab: Culley
Oct 10

Leah C. Kottyan
Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
"Dissecting the genetics of chronic allergic disease"
Host lab: Benoit
Oct 17

Duane McKenna
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Memphis
"Genes and genomes reveal key functional and evolutionary innovations at the beetle-plant interface"
Host lab: DeBry
Oct 24

Rachel Whitaker
The School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Illinois
"The architecture of Sulfolobus islandicus genome"
Host lab: Hamilton
Oct 31

Edwin Griff
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati
"Integrating the arts improves learning"
Host lab: Benoit
Nov 7

Erin Haynes
Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati
"Manganese exposure and pediatric neurodevelopment"
Host lab: Mosley
Nov 14

Elizabeth Jakob
Department of Entomology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
"How jumping spiders see the world"
Host lab: Uetz
Nov 21

Brooke Crawley
Department of Geology, University of Cincinnati
"Can spatial variability in strontium isotopes help protect endangered wildlife in Madagascar?"
Host lab: Hamilton
Nov 28

Jason Rasgon
Department of Entomology, Penn State University
"Wolbachia-induced pathogen interference phenotypes are highly variable: a problem for disease control?"
Host lab: Benoit


For information regarding these seminars, contact Dr. Joshua Benoit or Dr. Trinity Hamilton