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Fall 2018 Departmental Seminar Series

Seminars start at 11:00 AM unless otherwise noted.

January 25

DISSERTATION DEFENSE OF PETER TELLEZ


Tropical plants and fungal symbionts: leaf functional traits as drivers of plant-fungal interactions

Advisor: Dr. Sunshine Van Bael

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

February 1

Title TBA

Speaker TBA

Location: 213 LBC – Kendall-Cram Lecture Hall

February 8

Using integrative Bayesian approaches to examine ecological and evolutionary influences on disease dynamics

Dr. Graziella DiRenzoUniversity of California - Santa Barbara

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

February 15

Spatial structure as a mechanism for diversity: coexistence, coinfection, and invasion

Dr. Senay YitbarekUniversity of California -Berkeley

Location: TBA

February 22

Ecology, Evolution and Disease Risks of Bats in a Changing World

Dr. Hannah FrankStanford University

Location: 213 LBC – Kendall-Cram Lecture Hall

March 15

Disease, diversity, and alternative escape routes: experimentally untangling the coevolutionary process

Dr. Amanda GibsonEmory University

Location: 251 Weinmann Hall (Law School)

March 22

DISSERTATION DEFENSE OF LYDIA CRAWFORD


Seminar begins 10:00am

Origin, Form, and Function of Follicle Cell Processes in Chondrichthyan Fishes

Advisor: Dr. Hank Bart

Location: 213 LBC – Kendall-Cram Lecture Hall

Thurs., March 28
Seminar begins at 6pm

Darwin and His Children: His Other Legacy

Dr. Tim BerraThe Ohio State University

Location: Freeman Auditorium

Book signing and catered reception to immediately follow in LBC 203 - Stibbs Conference Room

March 29

Chasing Nurseryfish and Avoiding Crocodiles in Northern Australia

Dr. Tim BerraThe Ohio State University

Location: 102 Dinwiddie Hall

April 26

Cradle and museum: A tropical perspective on the evolution of specialization and coexistence in biotic communities

Dr. Thomas SherryTulane University

Location: 102 Dinwiddie Hall

Lindy Boggs Building, Room 400, New Orleans, LA 70118-5698, 504-865-5191 eebiol@tulane.edu