Fall 2011 Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are from 2:00-3:00 PM in Room 113 of the Minerals and Materials Engineering Building.

DateSpeakerInstitutionSeminar Title
Sep 15
3:00 PM, Rekhi Hall G009
Christine ManninenCommunications / GLIN Director, Great Lakes Commission, Ann Arbor, MIState of the Great Lakes 2011: Successes and Continued Challenges
Sep 16John VucetichSchool of Forest Resources and Environmental ScienceIsle Royale wolves and moose: Fifty years of research
Sep 19
10:00 AM, Chem. Sci. 215
Kelly McFarlin(Michigan Tech Grad. ’05) PhD Candidate Department of Biology and Wildlife, University of Alaska FairbanksBiodegradation of Dispersed Oil in Arctic Marine Environments
Sep 23Jeremy GoldmanDepartment of Biomedical EngineeringSecondary lymphedema and the prospects for therapeutic lymphatic regeneration
Oct 7Oliver GailingSchool of Forest Resources and Environmental ScienceAdaptive genetic variation and mapping in oaks
Oct 14Le GuiVisiting ScholarInhibition of SK channels reduces sympathetic innervations in cardiac ventricle and ventricular fibrillation in rat with heart failure
Oct 21Tarun DamDepartment of Chemistry; Laboratory of Mechanistic GlycobiologyGlycosylated proteins and their receptors in cancer and immunity
Oct 28Megan FrostDepartment of Biomedical Engineering 
Nov 4Victor BusovSchool of Forest Resources and Environmental ScienceMolecular mechanisms of trees' growth, development and adaptation to environment
Nov 11Heloise DufourPostdoctoral, Dr. Sean B. Carroll Lab, University of Wisconsin-MadisonWhat can fly pigmentation teach us about evolution? An evo/devo tale where engrailed crosses the line
Dec 2Marty Thompson  
Dec 9John J. DurocherDepartment of Biological SciencesSleep and Cardiovascular Control in Humans