All speaking events are scheduled for ASEC room B201

from 2:45 p.m. to 3:35 p.m.

9/7/18    "Re Establishment of wild bee communities on reclaimed mine lands."

Jessie Lanterman, Ohio St. Univ.

9/21/18    "Illuminating ghosts of biospheres past: what stable isotopes can (and can't) tell us about microbial evolution on early earth"

Boswell Wing, Univ. of Colorado

9/28/18     "Night blindness in mice: mice, mechanisms & clinical implications"

Neal Peachey, Cleve. Clinic; CWRU

10/5/18     "Experimental evolution of multi-cellularity"

Mike Travisano, Univ. Minn.

10/12/18    "Perspectives on biological individuality from a microbial point of view."

Maria Rebolleda-Gomez, Iniv. Pitts.

10/19/18     "Ising MALDI-TOF-MS and IBDac to discriminate bacterial function & reduce redundancy in microbial libraries used for antibiotic discovery."

Brian Murphy, Univ, Ill. Chicago

10/26/18    "Applying forensic anthropology to identify missing migrants"

Cate Bird, International Committee of the Red Cross

11/2/18     "A nifty time for computation in human genomics."

Ben Voight, Univ. of Penn.

11/9/18     "Molecular determinants of bone phenotype in long-lived big brown bats (Eptesicus Fuscus) and bowhead whales (Balaena Mysticetus)."

Lisa Cooper, NEOMED

11/30/18   “Skeletal Response to Dynamic Impacts: Applied skeletal biology” 

Amanda Agnew, The Oh. St. Univ.

12/7/18       TBA   Aaron Goldman, Oberlin Coll./Conservatory