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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 Fall 2018

Date Speaker Institution Title or Topic
Sep 17 Margot Williams Washington University in St. Louis Integration of spatial cues during embryonic axis extension
Sep 24 Kyra Krakos Maryville University The Plants, Power and Politics of the Last Medici Princess
Oct 1 Jason Meyer Monsanto Monsanto: Global Solutions for Modern Agriculture
Oct 8 Chris Theodorakis Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Examples of ecotoxicological studies in mussels, tortoises, and frogs
Oct 15 Lyle Guyon National Great Rivers Research and Education Center Upper Mississippi River Floodplain Forests - Ecology and Management
Oct 29 Yanhong Zhang National Corn to Ethanol Research Center Bioethanol in the U.S., Research and Development
Nov 5 Rachel Penczykowski Washington University in St. Louis Ecology of wild plant-pathogen interactions across spatial and temporal scales: from individual hosts in the growing season to regional dynamics over winter.
Nov 12 Ivy Blackmore Washington University in St. Louis Livestock Ownership and Human Health: The Potential for Negative Externalities Among Indigenous Population in the Andes of Ecuador
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