University of Oregon



Tuesday, September 27

IMB Seminar

Macrophage-dependent cytoplasmic transfer drives melanoma metastasis in vivo

Minna Roh-Johnson

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA
110 Willamette, 4pm

Tuesday, May 24

Keaton Stagaman Thesis Defense

Title: “Investigating the role of immunity and other selective pressures on the assembly of the gut microbiota in zebrafish and humans”

30 Pacific, 2pm

Tuesday, May 17

IE2 Seminar

Stephen Giovannoni, “Predicting Long-Term Impacts of Ocean Desertification on Microbial Plankton Communities”

Department of Microbiology, Oregon State University

110 Willamette, 1pm

Wednesday, March 2

Special Seminar

Dr. Daniel Schultz: “Rapid expression of transcription repressor is critical for early dynamics of antibiotic resistance”

Harvard University

350 Willamette, 4pm

Tuesday, February 16

IMB Seminar

Dr. Pamela Silver: “Designing Biological Systems for Health and Sustainability”

Harvard University

110 Willamette, 4pm

Tuesday, May 26

IMB Seminar

“Growth and Shape Control in Bacteria”

Tristan Ursell

University of Oregon, Department of Physics

Host: Karen Guillemin

110 Willamette, 4 pm

Monday, February 2

Special Seminar

“The right place at the right time: uncovering the mechanisms that lead to spatiotemporal structure and organization in the bacterial cell.”

Nathan J. Kuwada

Department of Physics and Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington
240D Willamette, 4 pm

Tuesday, January 20

IMB Seminar

“Metals and Immunity”

Elizabeth Nolan

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry

Host: Vickie De Rose

110 Willamette Hall, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Friday, October 17

Seminar Fall 2014

“Structure, Function, and Inhibition of Bacterial Biofilms: Lessons from Small Molecules and a Big Magnet”

Lynette Cegelski, Stanford University

Cegelski Lab
331 Klamath Hall, 2:30-3:30 pm

Tuesday, October 14

Seminar Fall 2014

“Bacterial Adaptations to Life in the Stomach”

Nina Salama

Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center
110 Willamette Hall, 4-5 pm

Tuesday, May 20


“Earthworm nephridial bacteria: diversity and host interactions”

Seana Davidson

University of Washington
331 Klamath Hall, 9:00-9:30am

Tuesday, May 13

Seminar – Streisinger Lecture

“How Do Zebrafish Decide to Develop as a Male or Female?”

John Postlethwait

Department of Biology, University of Oregon
100 Willamette Hall, 4-5pm

Tuesday, April 29


“Programmed Cell Death and the Microbial Loop”

Monica Orellana

Institute for Systems Biology, University of Washington
110 Willamette Hall, noon

Tuesday, November 5


“Genome-Enabled testing of the Evolutionary Arms Race in Plant-Mutualistic and Plant-Gram-Positive Pathogen Interactions”

Jeff Chang

Botany & Plant Pathology, Oregon State University
110 Willamette Hall, noon

Tuesday, June 4


“Speciation, dispersal, and invasion patterns in microalgae”

Karin Rengefors

Lund University
110 Willamette, noon


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