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Center for Population Biology (CPB)


Images courtesy C. Boettiger (left) and A. Perkins (right).

CPB Seminar Series: Fall 2014

When: Tuesdays, 4:10 - 5:30PM

Where: 1022 Life Sciences Building (campus map)

PBG 290 - CRN 54435

 

  • September 30: Jonathan Pruitt
    Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
    Title: “The ecology of a silken reef: how personality shapes the ecology of spider societies”
    Host: Andy Sih

  • October 7: Matthew McGee
    Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, UC Davis
    Title: “The ecological consequences of evolutionary innovation”
    Host: Peter Wainwright

  • October 14: Sebastian Hohna
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Miller Institute, UC Berkeley
    Title: “TBD”
    Host: Brian Moore

  • October 21: Michael Savageau
    Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, UC Davis
    Title: “Evolution of populations by selection on phenotypes in the design space of biochemical systems”
    Host: Sebastian Schreiber

  • October 28: Adam Lampert
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis
    Title: “Understanding the role of space and noise in ecosystem dynamics and management”
    Host: Alan Hastings

  • November 4: Noah Reid
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Environmental Toxicology, UC Davis
    Title: “Parallelism and divergence in the genomic basis of contemporary adaptation to chronic hydrocarbon pollution by four populations of Atlantic killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus)”
    Host: Andrew Whitehead

  • November 12: Dustin Marshall
    Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Monash University
    Title: “Are sperm just packages for genes? Environmentally induced(co)variance in sperm and offspring phenotypes as a source of epigenetic effects ”
    Host: Rick Grosberg

  • November 18: David Spiller
    Project Scientist, Department of Evolution and Ecology, UC Davis
    Title: “Interplay between ecological and evolutionary processes following disturbance in a natural metacommunity”

  • November 25: Juan Carlos Ruiz Guajardo
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Evolution and Ecology, UC Davis
    Title: “TBD”
    Host:"TBD"

  • December 2: Nicholas Fabina (PhD Exit Seminar)
    Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, UC Davis
    Title: “TBD”
    Host: Sebastian Schreiber

  • December 9: David Hembry
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley
    Title: “TBD”
    Host: Marjorie Weber

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    Interested in presenting? Please contact gradcoordinator.