IB/BRIC Seminars Spring 2019
COLLOQUIUM SPEAKING EVENTS WILL BE HELD IN
AUBURN SCIENCE & ENGINEERING CENTER
ROOM B 201, FRIDAYS 2:45 PM-3:35 PM
Titles for the Spring 2019 will be be updated as information is available.
Date Speaker Dept./Area
Jan. 25, 2019 Alja Aksamija (UMASS) Architecture
"Integrating Innovations in Architecture”
Feb. 1, 2019 Senyo (Case) Biomedical Eng.
"Consideration of the extracellular matrix as a tool for regeneration"
Feb. 8, 2019 Min Ho Kim (KSU) Biomedical Eng.
"Harnessing Macrophage Polarization towards the Resolution of Biofilm Infection"
Feb. 15, 2019 Derek Skillings (Penn) Philosophy
Can a Microbiome be healthy?
Feb. 22, 2019 Christopher Kuhar, Ph.D.
"Science and the Role of the Modern Zoo"
Mar. 1, 2019 Natalia Vergara (Colorado) Medicine/Vision
“3D Retinal organoids: from human development to regenerative therapy”
Mar. 8, 2019 Chen Li (Johns Hopkins) Mech. Eng.
“Terradynamics of animal & robot locomotion in complex 3-D terrain”
Mar. 15 2019 Sharon Amacher (OSU) Molecular Gen.
Auburn Science Center * ROOM 120
"Modeling muscle development and disease in zebrafish"
Mar. 22, 2019 Heather Allen (OSU) Chem./Biochem
"Lipids, Electric Fields, and Ion Pairing: Organization of Membranous Aqueous Surfaces"
April 3, 2019 (SPECIAL SEMINAR, WEDNESDAY) Jan Kippers (University of Stuttgart)
"Biological Design and Integrative Structures"
ASEC * B201-4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Apr. 5, 2019 Nick Brandley (Wooster) Ecol./Behavior
"Visual Acuity across Animals"
Apr. 12, 2019 Hyeon Joo Cheon (Cleve.Clinic) Biomedical Eng.
"2’,5’-oligoA synthetase 1 helps cells survive DNA damage by inhibiting
Apr. 19, 2019 Yang Hu (Virginia Commonwealth) Biomedical Eng.
“Dendrimer-based novel multidimensional multifunctional biomaterials for drug and gene delivery”
Apr. 26, 2019 Randee Hunter (OSU) Radiology
May 3, 2019 Annette Rowe (Cincinnati) Environ. Micro.
Speakers for Fall 2018
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