FSU Biology - FSU Biology - Colloquium series, 2020-2019

Department of Biological Science

at Florida State University

2011-2012 Biological Science Colloquium Series

Colloquia meet at 4:00 p.m. on Thursdays, via Zoom. Meeting links are distributed by department email list; FSU members, subscribe at Bio-Everyone list management; non-FSU members, BioNotes. To request an individual link without subscribing to a mailing list, contact that talks host.


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  • January 12: Dr. Karin S. Pfennig, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    The evolutionary and ecological implications of trade-offs in mate recognition
    Host: Dr. Emily C. Lemmon

  • January 19: Dr. R. Dean Grubbs, Coastal and Marine Laboratory, FSU
    Sixgill sharks, giant snake eels and other sea monsters: the ecology of deep demersal fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico with respect to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
    Host: Dr. Janie L. Wulff

  • January 26: Dr. Cameron K. Ghalambor, Colorado State University, Fort Collins
    Does phenotypic plasticity facilitate or constrain adaptive evolution?
    Host: Dr. Kimberly A. Hughes

  • February 9: Dr,. Thomas M. Roberts, Department of Biological Science, FSU
    Worm sperm and the mechanism of cell migration
    Host: To be announced

  • February 16: Dr. Gregory P. Copenhaver, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Exploring meiotic recombination with technicolor tetrads
    Host: Dr. Hong-Guo Yu

  • February 23: Dr. James M. Fadool, Department of Biological Science, FSU
    A fisheye view of development and disease
    Host: Dr. Thomas M. Roberts

  • March 8: None scheduled

  • March 15: Dr. Trisha N. Davis, University of Washington, Seattle
    Kinetochores get a grip: investigations into the chromosome-microtubule Interface
    Host: Dr. Hong-Guo Yu

  • March 22:
    None scheduled.
    Host: To be announced

  • March 29: Dr. Rebecca Dickstein, University of North Texas, Denton
    Medicago NIP/LATD regulates nodule and lateral root development and is a nutrient transporter with another function
    Host: Dr. Kathryn M. Jones

  • April 12: Dr. Kelly R. Zamudio, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
    Comparative population genetics/genomics of the amphibian chytrid fungus and amphibian hosts
    Host: Dr. Emily C. Lemmon

  • April 19: Dr. David Weisrock, University of Kentucky, Lexington
    Species delimitation in salamanders (and other taxa): new perspectives, new approaches, and new data
    Host: Kenneth P. Wray

  • April 26:
    None scheduled.
    Host: To be announced


The on-line version of this page, which provides links to additional information about the speakers and their hosts, is at http://www.bio.fsu.edu/bionotes/colloquium.php.