Seminars

Autumn Quarter 2005

Oct 3 Dr. Frank Rob, Center for Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD.

"Versatile protein chaperones in hyperthermophilic Archaea"

Hosted by Dr. Dennis Grogan
Oct 10 Dr. Charlotte Paquin, Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati

Microarray Analysis of Chromosome Rearrangements in Glucose-Limited Chemostat Populations of Yeast"
Oct 17 Dr. Aaron Johnson, Department of Ophthalmology, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.

"Natural images - the natural approach to visual sciences"

Hosted by Dr. John Layne
Oct 24  
Oct 31 Dr. Denise Pope, Department of Biology, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX

"Waving in a crowd: Fiddler crabs signaling in networks"

Hosted by Dr. John Layne
Nov 7 Dr. Stephen Benoit, Genome Research Institute, Cincinnati, OH

"Learning to be obese: Behavioral and molecular plasticity in the CNS regulation of food intake"

Hosted by Dr. Kathy Tepperman
Nov 14 Dr. Pat Limbach, Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati

"RNA for the masses"

Hosted by Dr. Kathy Tepperman
Nov 17 JOB CANDIDATE

THURSDAY SEMINAR
Nov 21 JOB CANDIDATE
Nov 28 Radiation Safety (Re-) Training
Dec 1 JOB CANDIDATE

THURSDAY SEMINAR
Dec 8 JOB CANDIDATE

THURSDAY SEMINAR

Winter Quarter 2006

Jan 9 Dr. Andrea Case, Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University, Kent, OH.

"Evolutionary dynamics of male sterility in plants: a model for studying gender, speciation, and intergenomic coevolution"

Hosted by Dr. Theresa Culley
Jan 16 MLK Holiday
Jan 23 Dr. Ron Fayer, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, MD.

"Age- and species-related cryptosporidiosis in livestock- implications for public health"

Hosted by Dr. Edna Kaneshiro
Jan 30  
Feb 6 Dr. Jake Socha, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois.

"Flying snake locomotion: How to jump and glide if you have no legs"

Hosted by Dr. Bruce Jayne
Feb 13 Dr. James Welch, Department of Biology, Wittenberg University, Springfield OH.

"Larval settlement in estuaries: Luck of the draw or active selection?"

Hosted by John Layne
Feb 20 Ronald A. Canterbury, Department of Biology, University of Cincinnati.

"Ecological Energetics and Life History Evolution in the Rock Pigeon"
Feb 27 Dr. Alvaro Puga, Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati Medial Center.

"Mechanism of transcriptional repression by Chromium"

Hosted by Dr. Kathy Tepperman
March 6 Dr Andrea Grottoli, Department of Geological Sciences, Ohio State University

"Coral Bleaching: alternative strategies and resilience"

Hosted by Dr. Guy Cameron
March 13 Dr. William Brown, SUNY-Fredonia, Fredonia, NY

"Extraordinary sex ratios"

Hosted by John Layne

Spring Quarter 2006

April 3 Dr. Stephen M. Reilly, Department of Biological Sciences, Ohio University, Athens, OH

"Running, breathing, and size constraints on locomotor scope: What do possum bellies and natural frequency have to do with the early evolution of mammals?"

Hosted by Dr. Bruce Jayne
April 10 Dr. Tiffany Cook, Division of Developmental Biology, Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology, Cincinnati Chidren's Hospital and Medical Center.

"Transcriptional control of color photoreceptor differentiation in Drosophila"

Hosted by John Layne
April 17 Dr. Chris Edwards, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

"Mechanisms of temporal processing in the anuran auditory midbrain"

Hosted by John Layne
April 24 Dr. Peter J. Sadler, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

"Genetic Codes for the Periodic Table: Proteins as Therapeutic Targets for Metals"

Hosted by Dr. Kathy Tepperman
May 1 Dr. Jason Herrick, Cincinnati Zoo.

"Making better cat embryos: the role of embryo metabolism in small cat conservation."

Hosted by Dr. Susan Dunford
May 4 SPECIAL SEMINAR

Dr. Steve Bell, Cambridge University, UK.

12:30PM Swift Hall room 800. Hosted by Dr. Denis Grogan
May 8 Dr. Andrea Wolfe, Department of Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology The Ohio State University.

"Evolutionary pattern and process in the parasitic plant family Orobanchaceae"

Hosted by Dr. Theresa Culley.
May 15 Dr. Michael Breed, University of Colorado

"The evolution of a chemical signaling system: How honeybees recognize their kin"

Hosted by Dr. George Uetz
May 22 Dr. Robert Olberg, Department of Biology, Union College, Schenectady N.Y.

"Vision, decision, precision: The neuroethology of dragonfly prey pursuit"

Hosted by Dr. Elke Buschbeck.
May 29 Memorial Day Holiday