Biology Departmental Seminars


The Biology Departmental Seminar Series is open to the public. Seminars are usually held at 4:30-6:00 pm in George Lynn Cross Hall room 123, with refreshments available at Richards Hall Rm 304 at 3:45 pm. Exceptions to the normal schedule are indicated below.

 

Fall 2014

Date Speaker Title

Host

20-Aug

 

No Seminar  
27-Aug Mojgan Padash
University of Oklahoma
What can we learn about cell polarity from fruit flies?
Lemon
3-Sept

Kyle Piller
Southeastern Louisiana U

Marine-freshwater transitions, riverine outflow, and cryptic diversity of New World fishes

BGSA

10-Sept

Gary Welborn
University of Oklahoma

Ecological and evolutionary insights from a cryptic species complex Lemon

17-Sept

Michael Markham
University of Oklahoma

The energetic cost of active sensory and communication signals: Organismal, cellular and molecular perspectives Lemon

24-Sept

Jeff Nekola
U New Mexico

Macroecological Perspectives on Sustainability Schlupp
1-Oct

Mona Papes
Oklahoma State U

Spatial and temporal patterns in species' distributions

Siler

8-Oct

Randy Hewes
University of Oklahoma

When mature nerve cells regain embryo-like growth capacities: Insights from fruit fly metamorpho

Lemon

15-Oct

Keith Gido
Kansas State U

Groundwater loss, dams, and drought ratchet down Great Plains stream fish communities Vaughn
22-Oct

Karen Maruska
Louisiana State U

The social life of fish: neural, endocrine, and behavioral correlates of social status transitions Knapp
29-Oct

John Boughter
U Tennessee Health Science Center

From brainstem to cortex central pathways for taste in the mouse Lemom
5-Nov

Jeff Demuth
U Texas, Arlington

On the origin of species: beetles evolving postzygotic isolation as a side effect of pesticide resistance Masly
12-Nov

Jeffery Dudycha
U South Carolina

Divergence of Complex Traits in Daphnia: Tales of Aging and Vision

Weider

19-Nov

Ana Llopart
U Iowa

Drosophila speciation in the -omics era: insights from genomes and transcriptomes Masly
26-Nov

No Seminar  

3-Dec

Polly Campbell
Oklahoma State U
Sex chromosomes and speciation in mice Masly
11-Dec

Christoph Winkler
Singapore National University

Live imaging of osteoblast-osteoclast coupling in a medaka fish model for osteoporosis(Location and time TBD) Schlupp
 

 

   

 

 

 


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