Spring 2018 
Seminars

January 19

JASON WILLIAMS '95
Hofstra University, Department of Biology

Explorations of marine symbioses inspired by Dr. John J. McDermott
11:30 a.m.
Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142


January 23

AZAD BONNI
Washington University St. Louis, Department of Neuroscience

Regulation of synaptic connectivity in the brain by ubiquitin signaling
11:30 a.m.
Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142


January 30

GERALD VOCKLEY
UPMC Center for Rare Disease Therapy
Cleveland Family Professor of Pediatric Research for Advertising

The molecular architecture of mitochondrial energy metabolism: implications for the development of novel therapies for inborn errors of fatty acid oxidation
11:30 a.m.
Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

February 13

DAVID LYNCH
University of Pennsylvania and The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics

Friedreich Ataxia, a personal perspective
11:30 a.m.  LSP142


February 27

RACHEL MERZ
Swarthmore College, Department of Biology
Walter Kemp Professor in the Natural Sciences

Out of Body Morphology: Tubeworms, Textures, and Traction 
11:30 a.m.
Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP 142

 

March 20

NORRIS MUTH
Juniata College
Dr. Strange-Olive, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Live with (some) Invasive Species
11:30 a.m.
Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200

 

March 27

****TO BE RESCHEDULED*****
SANDER MARKX
Columbia University Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry

 

April 3

ALEJANDRA TRILLO
Gettysburg College, Department of Biology
Changing the conversation: the role of eavesdropping predators and parasites in the evolution of mating signals
11:30 a.m.
Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200

 

April 17

PAUL HARNIK
Franklin & Marshall College
Extinctions with and without us:  Paleontological baselines for evaluating extinction risk in the modern oceans
11:30 a.m.
Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, ADA 200

MAREN VITOUSEK - CANCELLED
Cornell University

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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Newsletters

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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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