INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY -- WINTER 2015 SEMINAR SERIES
 

MONDAY - JAN. 12, 2015
REBECCA VEGA THURBER
Assistant Professor, Microbiology, Oregon State University

“Tracing the impacts of overfishing, eutrophication, and thermal stress on corals and their microbiomes”     

MONDAY - JAN. 19, 2015
No Seminar -- Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

                                    
MONDAY - JAN. 26, 2015
F. ANDREW JONES
Assistant Professor, Botany & Plant Pathology, Oregon State University
“Unearthing below ground plant interactions in a tropical forest through DNA metabarcoding: Implications for community assembly and species coexistence”
 
MONDAY - FEB. 2, 2015
PATRICK DE LEENHEER
Professor, Mathematics and Integrative Biology, Oregon State University

“Marine Protected Areas: A mathematical  modeling perspective"
 
MONDAY - FEB. 9, 2015
KIM HALSEY
Assistant Professor, Microbiology, Oregon State University

“Is there a common solution for photosynthetic energy use?"
 
MONDAY - FEB. 16, 2015
VIRGINIA WEIS
Professor & Chair, Integrative Biology, Oregon State University

“Sex and symbiosis in cnidarians: updates from the Weis Lab"
 
MONDAY - FEB. 23, 2015
NATHAN SCHUMAKER
Research Ecologist, Environmental Protection Agency

“Mapping Sources, Sinks, and Connectivity using a Simulation Model of Northern Spotted Owls"
 
MONDAY - MARCH 2, 2015
KELLY BENOIT-BIRD
Professor, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University

“Sounding out the secrets of life in the ocean"
 
MONDAY - MARCH 9, 2015
TAAL LEVI
Assistant Professor, Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University

“Trophic cascades and infectious disease"

 

 
Seminars are held in ALS 4001 at 3:30 pm
refreshments will be available prior to seminars
 

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made at least one week ahead of a seminar to Integrative Biology, 541-737-2993.