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2014 Seminar Schedule

The Biological Sciences Department Seminar Series invites to our campus professional scientists to give a lecture on their current research. It is an important weekly event for our program, in which new findings and ideas are shared and discussed within an open and social setting. Department faculty members, staff, post-docs, and graduate and undergraduate students routinely attend the seminar. In addition, interested persons from the campus and greater community are very welcome to participate.

4:00pm          HSCI 102

Seminar Schedule for Fall 2014

Date
Topic and Speaker
Aug. 28 Dr. Eric Haas-Stapleton, Dr. Douglas Pace. Organizational meeting.
Sep. 4 Cascade Sorte, UCI. Predicating impacts of climate changes in marine communities.
Sep. 11 Sean Bignami, Concordia College. Effects of ocean acidification on the otoliths of fishes: Hearing aids or ear plugs?.
Sep. 18

Scott Applebaum, USC TBA.

Sep. 25

Patrice Salome, UCLA.Iron homeostasis in Arabidopsis and Chlamydomonas: lessons from the circadian clock and beyond.

Oct. 2 Suzanne Bohlson, Des Moines University. C1q: a good complement to a great meal!

Oct. 9 Veronica Jiminez, CSU Fullerton. Role of ion channels in Trypanosoma cruzi physiological adaptation
Oct. 16 Joe Bizarro, University of Washington. Niche differentiation in eastern North Pacific skate assemblages
Oct. 23 Chris Clark, Harvey Mudd College. Robotic Systems - Tools for Scientific Sampling Studies
Oct. 30 Paul Micevych, UCLA. TBA.
Nov. 6 Tim Caro, UC Davis. TBA.
Nov. 13 Niles Lehman, Portland State University. A convivial origin of life on the Earth: A cooperative network of RNA replicators
Nov. 20 Jonathan Kelber, CSU Northridge. Developmental oncogenes as key regulators of tissue homeostasis and cancer progression..
Nov. 27 No Speaker. Have a great Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec. 4 Jeff Stein, Trius Therapeutics. TBA.

Dec. 11 Plant Biology. TBA
Dec. 18 Plant Biology.TBA.

Questions about the Bio-Sci Department Seminar series? contact Dr.James Archie (James.Archie@csulb.edu)