Department of Biological Sciences Seminar Series | Department of Biological Sciences

Department of Biological Sciences Seminar Series

BioFrontiers: The Biological Sciences Series - Spring 2017

When: Fridays 3:00pm, Where: Life Sciences; A117, Social: 2:30PM; Life Sciences Atrium

Jan 20: Dr. Vytas Bankaitis (Texas A&M Health Science Center)

Lipid Signaling in Neural Stem Cells: Two Short Stories and Implications for Autism Spectrum Diseases

Jan 27: Dr. Xuexia Wang (University of North Texas)

Statistical Methods and Applications in Genetic Association Studies

Feb 3: Dr. Karen Kidd (University of New Brunswick)

What Happens in an Aquatic Food Web When You Put Fish on the Birth Control Pill?

Feb 10: Dr. Inn-Woo Park (UNT Health Science Center)

Impact of HIV-1/viral Proteins on HCV-mediated Liver Disease Acceleration

Feb 17: Dr. Eric Olson (UT Southwestern)

Applications of Gene Editing and Regenerative Medicine for the Correction of Muscle and Heart Disease

Feb 24: Dr. Roisin McGarry (University of North Texas)

Plant Architecture and the Perennial Problem: the Roles of SINGLE FLOWER TRUSS and SELF-PRUNING in Regulating Complex Growth Habits

Mar 3: Dr. Kimberly Tanner (San Francisco State Univ.)

Beyond Assessing Knowledge - Card Sorting, Superheroes, and Moving Towards Measuring Biological Expertise among Undergraduates

Mar 10: Dr. Philipp Zerbe (Univ. California - Davis)

Investigating Plant Terpene Metabolic Diversity for Biotechnology Applications

Mar 24: Dr. Leandro Castello (Virginia Tech)

Mar 31: Dr. Chris Wood (University of British Columbia)

Respiratory Metabolism of the Hottest Fish on Earth

Apr 7: Dr. John Weinstein (The Citadel)

Microplastic Debris in Estuaries: Sources, Fate, and Effects

Apr 14: Dr. Matt Fry (University of North Texas)

Apr 21: Dr. Alan Jones (UNC Chapel Hill)

Paradigm Shifts in Heterotrimeric G Signaling Taught to US by Plants

Apr 28: Dr. Som Niyogi (University of Saskatchewan)

Seminar Coordinator for Spring 2017: David Hoeinghaus (david.hoeinghaus@unt.edu) Phone: x2228

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