Biology's Saul Lectures: "How and Why Viruses Evolve", Dr. Paul Turner, Yale University
Open to the Public
Please register in advance for this public talk at go.middlebury.edu/BioTurnerPublic
Dr. Paul Turner is the Rachel Carson Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, and Microbiology faculty member at Yale School of Medicine. He is an African-American scientist, who grew up mostly nearby the city of Syracuse, NY. Dr. Turner studies evolutionary genetics of viruses, particularly phages that infect bacterial pathogens and RNA viruses transmitted by arthropods, and researches the use of phages to treat antibiotic-resistant bacterial diseases.
Dr. Taylor will also give a science-oriented talk Friday, 3/26 at 12:40pm EST. See separate calendar listing and register in advance for Friday’s talk at: go.middlebury.edu/BioTurnerScience
Sponsored by the George B. Saul II Lecture Fund.
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