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UC Davis seminars this week…

 

Monday, February 20th-PRESIDENTS’ DAY

 

Tuesday, February 21st

Department of Chemistry 4:00-5:00pm Chem 179-Courtney Aldrich, University of Minnesota Center for Drug Design (Tantillo host)

Center for Population Biology (CPB) Seminar Series 4:10 – 5:30PM 1022 Life Sciences Building-CPB Postdoctoral Fellow Search

Plant Biology Student Seminar Series 12:10 p.m. 2005 PES-Dan Park (Professor Potter) A molecular phylogenetic approach to Darwin’s Naturalization Hypothesis

Wednesday, February 22nd

Biotechnology Training Seminar 12:10 – 1 PM 1022 Life Sciences (free pizza) (biweekly)-Professor Kent Bradford, Plant Sciences & FeiYian Yoong, Plant Biology “QTL Mapping on Seed Thermodormancy and other Breeding Traits”

BMCDB Student Seminars – 1:00 – 1022 LSA (free pizza) (biweekly)-Haifeng Wang

Department of Statistics Seminars 4:10 – 5:30pm, Colloquium Room 1147 Mathematical Sciences (Refreshments at 3.30pm in Statistics Lounge, 4110 Mathematical Sciences)-(Wed, MSB 1143) Yun Song Dept EECS / Dept Statistics, UC Berkeley

Entomology Departmental Seminar ENT 297N- 12:10-1:00 pm, 122 Briggs-Jennifer Thaler, associate professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

Epigenomics Focus Group-Coffee at 9:30 am, Talks 10:00 -11:00 am 4202 of GBSF (monthly-every 3rd Wednesday)

Food Science & Technology Seminar 4:10 – 5:00 pm, Room 1207, RMI South Sensory Theater (occasionally has snacks)-Dr. TC Chadderton, New Zealand Plant & Food Research

Plant Sciences Departmental Seminar 12pm-1pm PES 3001-Jennifer Petersen (Ph.D. Recipient, Potter Lab): Starapples and Zapotes: Evolutionary Processes in Tropical Fruit Domestication

Thursday, February 23rd

Exit seminar-Do Natural Plant Communities Occur in Created Vernal Pools?  Virginia Meyer, Grad Group in Ecology

Perspectives in Neuroscience Seminar Series-12 pm-1 pm CNS Conference Room 113 (1544 Newton Ct., Research Park)(11:30am reception)-Kenneth Catania, Vanderbilt University

Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 p.m 1001 Giedt-Susan Dudley “Plant Responses to the Relatedness of Belowground Neighbors: Testing For Kin Recognition in Plants”

MCB Joint Seminar Series 4:10pm 1022 LSA (snacks)-Sue Biggins (Univ Washington; Jawdat Al-Bassam)“How do cells get the right chromosomes?”

Department of Statistics Seminars 4:10 – 5:30pm, Colloquium Room 1147 Mathematical Sciences (Refreshments at 3.30pm in Statistics Lounge, 4110 Mathematical Sciences)-(Wed, MSB 1143) Yun Song Dept EECS / Dept Statistics, UC Berkeley

Friday, February 24th

David Mackill “Recent advances in submergence tolerant rice development and deployment”-3001 PES at 12PM

Biotechnology Program Seminar (MCB/ECH 294) 11:00 AM 1022 LSA- Biotech/Pharma/Devices/Digital Health… The “New” Healthcare World, Steven Burrill

Emerging Challenges in Microbiology and Immunology 12:10 1005 GBSF (often has snacks)-Margaret E. Feeney, M.D. “TBA” UC San Francisco

Plant Biology Seminar Series 12:10pm 1022 Life Sciences-Chelsea Specht (UC Berkely) “Evolution and adaptation in the age of genomics: data from gingers and carnivores.” Host: Jeff Ross-Ibarra

 


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