SPRING 2019
Seminars

January 22

SCOTT POETHIG, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
Turning over a new leaf: miRNAs and the regulation of shoot maturation in plants
11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142


January 29

THOMAS MOZDZER, PhD
Bryn Mawr
Rapid evolution in salt marshes alters phenology and ecosystem processes
11:30 am - Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200
 

February 19

PABLO JENIK, PhD
Franklin and Marshall College
TBA
11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

February 26

BRENT HELLIKER 
University of Pennsylvania 
TBA
11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

March 5
TBA

 

March 19

DUSTIN BRISSON, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
Causes and ecological consequences of niche specialization
11:30 am - Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200

 

April 2

SANDER MARKX, MD
Columbia Unviersity Precision Psychiatry Program
Leadership in biomedical research and medicine seminar series
11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

April 9

DUSTIN COVELL
Franklin & Marshall College
Role of  protein misfolding in neurodegenerative diseases
11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

April 11

CATHY DRENNAN, PhD
Professor of Chemistry and Biology, MIT
TBA
4:45 pm - Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200

 

April 16

BROOKS MINER
Ithaca College
Life where the sun shines brightest: adaptations to UV radiation and temperature in the water flea Daphnia
11:30 am - Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200

 

April 23

HONORS DEFENSE PRESENTATIONS
11:30 am - Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142
 

 
 


 

Newsletters

F&M Biology Newsletter 2018

 F&M BFB Animal Behavior major, Camden McMillan '19, climbed a soaring tulip poplar in front of Old Main on F&M Arbor Day in April with guidance from Assistant Professor of Biology, Sybil Gotsch.

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Biology Newsletter 2017

A National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Grant provides for a laser-based confocal microscope system for state-of-the-art image capture and analysis.

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Biology Newsletter 2016

Prof. Janet Fischer, Kei Norford '18, Molly Lowell '16 and Rebhi Rabah '16 climb an elegant staircase on their way to Lake Oesa in Yoho National Park  

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