Seminars on Fridays from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, in-person at the Beaty Museum Auditorium.
Cookies and coffee are provided in BioSci 3rd floor area at 9:30 am.
This series is organized by Colin Brauner, Katie Marshall and Phil Matthews.
|January 20||Ben Negrete||UBC Zoology||Plasticity of a marine fish in response to chronic hypoxia||Richards|
|January 27||Gosline Lecture: Bob Shadwick||UBC Zoology||In the shadow of JMG: elastic adventures in the animal world||Altshuler|
|February 3||John Tuthill||University of Washington||Sensorimotor control in walking fruit flies and snow flies||B Matthews|
|February 10||Hannah Carey||U Wisconsin||Resource sharing during lean times: a functional role for the gut microbiome in mammalian hibernation||Milsom|
|February 17||Kevin Wei||UBC Zoology||The genetic battlegrounds shaping genome complexity and developmental processes||B Matthews|
|February 24||No seminar - Reading break|
|March 3||Frank van Breukelen*||U Nevada LV||Being too plastic for variable environments: physiological plasticity in the protoendothermic tenrec (Tenrec ecaudatus)||Milsom|
|March 10||No seminar||TBA|
|March 17||Early Career - Richard Fandino||Cornell University||Reverse genetics in Lepidoptera as a tool for gaining key insights into morphological and sensory evolution||B Matthews|
|March 24||Brad Dimos||Washington State University||Thermal physiology and local adaptation of chinook salmon||Schulte|
|March 31||Carol Lee||U Wisconsin||Pumping Ions to rapidly evolve in response to habitat invasions and climate change||Marshall|
|April 7||No seminar - Good Friday|
|April 14||Randall Seminar: Jodie Rummer||James Cook University, Australia||Amazing aquatic athletes, from the Pacific Northwest to the South Pacific and Great Barrier Reef||Brauner|
|April 21||Hochachka Lecture - Grant McClelland||McMaster University||Fueling the fire: conserved patterns and evolved strategies for exercise and thermogenesis||Schulte|
* Venue: Michael Smith Laboratories auditorium, MSL 102