Seminars are held in Hutchison Hall, on the River Campus. (Campus map) Contact the Biology Department at 275-8837 at least 3 days in advance to request any special accommodations or if you would like to meet with an outside speaker. Refreshments provided.
April 4 (Friday) 3:00 PM
Dr. Kelly Dyer, University of Georgia
"Species interactions and the evolution of mate choice in Drosophila"
Dr. Nadia Singh, North Carolina State University
“Genetic and environmental determinants of recombination rate in Drosophila”
Dr. John Pool, University of Wisconsin
"Population genomics of non-neutral gene flow and local adaptation in Drosophila"
Dr. Sandy Chang, Yale University School of Medicine
"How telomeres repress a DNA damage response at chromosome ends"
Dr. Matthew Hahn, Indiana University
“How I learned to stop worrying and love bad genomes”
Dr. Todd Blankenship, University of Denver
“Rab8 directs tubulation and furrow ingression during Drosophila morphogenesis”
Dr. Doris Bachtrog, University of California, Berkeley
"The epigenome of evolving sex chromosomes in Drosophila: dosage compensation and heterochromatin formation"
Dr. Ruth Lehmann, New York University School of Medicine
“Germ line stem cell development and propagation”
Dr. Ana Llopart, University of Iowa
“Speciation on islands: insights from genomes and transcriptomes”
Dr. Kaveh Ashrafi, University of California San Francisco
“Fat, drugs, and metabolic regulation of brain function”
Case Method Room, 1-9576
Tenth Annual Aging Research Day - Keynote Speaker, Dr. Rafael de Cabo, National Institute on Aging
Binshuang Li, University of Rochester
"Characterization of the locus controlling wing dimorphism in male pea aphids"
Dr. Joel Watts, University of Toronto
"Exploring the expanding universe of prion diseases"