CPB Tuesday Seminar

Phantom Cliffs

CPB Tuesday Seminar Series:  WINTER QUARTER 2020

When:  Tuesdays, 4:10 - 5:30PM

Where:  1022 Life Sciences

PBG 290 – CRN 67783

Schedule as of 1/13/20

Interested in presenting? Please contact gradcoordinator.

 

January 7, 2020 – Leslie Decker

Postdoc, Fukami Lab, Stanford

Title:  The indirect effects of elevated CO2 on monarch morphology, sequestration, and tolerance to infection

Host:  Micah Freedman

 

January 14, 2020 – CPB Postdoctoral Fellowship Applicant - Pavitra Muralidhar

Title:  Sex chromosomes and genetic conflict

Hosts:  Graham Coop, Gail Patricelli

 

January 21, 2020 – Kathy Darragh

Postdoc, Ramirez Lab, UC Davis

Title:  Pheromone in Heliconius butterflies: Chemical ecology, genetics and behaviour

Host:  Santiago Ramirez

 

January 28, 2020 – CPB Postdoctoral Fellowship Applicant – John Park

Title:  Life-history evolution in a repetitive world

Hosts:  Jenny Gremer, Louie Yang

 

February 4, 2020 – CPB Postdoctoral Fellowship Applicant – Yusan Yang

Title:  Divergent mating behaviors and the evolution of reproductive isolation

Hosts:  Kate Laskowski, Gail Patricelli, Andy Sih

 

February 11, 2020 – Alexus Roberts

Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, Wainwright Lab, UC Davis

Title:  The effects of morphological innovations on the evolutionary and kinematic patterns of fish feeding structures

Host:  Peter Wainwright

 

February 18, 2020 – No Seminar - PBG/CPB Faculty Meeting (Admissions)

 

February 25, 2020 – Micah Freedman – Exit Seminar

Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, Strauss and Ramirez Labs, UC Davis

Title:  Contemporary evolution during global range expansion in the monarch butterfly

Hosts:  Sharon Strauss and Santiago Ramirez

 

March 3, 2020 – Dale Clement

Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, Schreiber Lab, UC Davis

Title:  When can evolution prevent extinction?

Host:  Sebastian Schreiber

 

March 10, 2020 – Hannah Nelson

Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, Stachowicz Lab, UC Davis

Title:  Biogeographic, phylogenetic, and genomic insights into the convergent evolution of coloniality in ascidians.

Host:  Jay Stachowicz

 

March 17, 2020 – Collin Gross

Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, Stachowicz Lab, UC Davis

Title:  Trait-based and phylogenetic approaches to understanding community assembly processes in a food web context.

Host:  Jay Stachowicz