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Biological Sciences

Seminars

The Department of Biological Sciences hosts a series of weekly seminars each spring and fall semester in association with its colloquium courses for undergraduates (BIOL 492 and 492M) and graduate students (BIOL 592). Seminar speakers are usually invited from other universities and research institutions but occasionally the program will include faculty of the Department of Biological Sciences or other units at SIUE. Talks cover a wide range of topics in biology.

Seminars are usually held in the Science East building in lecture room 3126 (SE 3126) and take place on Mondays from 3:00-4:00 PM.  

All are welcome.

Seminars for Spring 2019

Date Speaker Institution Title or Topic
Jan 28 Jason Brown Southern Illinois University Carbondale Spatial evolution, ecology, and conservation
Feb 4 Zhenguo Lin St. Louis University Evolution of fungal genomes and their transcription initiation landscapes
Feb 11 Bruce Patterson Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago

Natural History and Voyages of Discovery

Special Darwin Day Event
Ralph W. Axtell Lecture
Dunham Hall Theater, 4:00-5:00 PM

Mar 4 Keith Hengen Washington University in St. Louis Long term computational stability in the brain: sleep and self-organization
Mar 25 Jon Cody University of Missouri BiBAC gene transfer into artificial minichromosomes in maize
Apr 1 Arpita Bose Washington University in St. Louis Microbial metabolism and their influence on biogeochemical cycling
Apr 8 Loretta Battaglia Southern Illinois University Carbondale Dynamics of wetland plant communities
Apr 15 Alex Russo Washington University in St. Louis A conserved signaling cascade drives synaptic dysfunction in a fly model of Fragile X Syndrome
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