Biological Sciences Events
Wednesday Colloquium Series – Fall 2018
Seminar in Larkin Hall 170 at 4 p.m.
Coffee in Larkin Hall 150 at 5 p.m.
Sara Ruane, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Rutgers University: "Understanding snake phylogenetics in the age of phylogenomics". Host: Dr. Munshi-South
Eduardo Gallo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Fordham University: “Role of dopamine D2 receptors on ventral striatal neurons in motivation”. Host: Dr. Munshi-South
Neha Savant, Ph.D., Lands Connectivity and GIS, The Nature Conservancy: "Population genomics, pipelines, and power: How an amphibian is playing a key role in the fight against a New Jersey pipeline". Host: Dr. Munshi-South
James Lendemer, Ph.D., Assistant Curator of Lichenology, Institute of Systematic Botany, NYBG: "Lichens: Insights into ecologically important symbioses from the field, the genome and beyond". Host: Dr. Munshi-South
Silvia Finnemann, Ph.D., Professor, Bepler Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, Fordham University: "The importance of portion control: how retinal cells renew photoreceptor outer segments". Host: Dr. Munshi-South
Arbel Harpak, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University: "How brown rats adapted to life in NYC's concrete jungle". Host: Dr. Munshi-South
TBA. Host: Dr. Meneses