2015-2016 SEMINARS & EVENTS
All Talks begin at 12:30pm unless otherwise noted.
Lunch is available at 12:15pm.
Oct. 2, 2015 (MBH 220):
Karen Hinkle, Norwich University:
"The Beauty of Molecular Switches: Functional Implications for Newly Identified Phosphorylation Sites in Src Family Kinases"
Oct. 9, 2015 (MBH 220):
Glen Ernstrom, Biology Department & Neuroscience Program, Middlebury College: Regulation of neurotransmitter release by the acidification of synaptic vesicles.
Oct. 29-30, 2015 (MBH 216):
Richard S. Ostfeld, Senior Scientist for the Cary Institute for Ecosystem Studies:
Thurs, 10/29: General talk at 4:30pm: Conventional Wisdom and Reality in the Ecology of Lyme Disease (refreshments)
Friday, 10/30: Science talk at 12:30pm: The Ecology of Pathogen Amplification in Communities of Tick Hosts (lunch at 12:15pm)
SPONSORED BY THE GEORGE B. SAUL II LECTURE FUND
Nov. 6, 2015 (MBH 220):
Leif Richardson, Gund Institute, UVM:
Chemical ecology of multispecies mutualisms: implications for plants, bees and agriculture
Nov. 13, 2015 (MBH 220):
Robert Haney, Post-doctoral Researcher; University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Department of Biological Sciences
Spider venom: new technologies yield insights into an ancient predatory adaptation
Mar. 18, 2016 (room TBA):
David Miller, Vanderbilt
"Decoding genetic programs that drive synaptic remodeling in the developing nervous system"
April 8, 2016 (room TBA):
Melissa Glenn, Colby College