University of Oregon



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

Wednesday, May 29


“Synapse Formation in the Zebrafish Mauthner Circuit”

Cecilia Moens

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Deschutes Hall, Colloquium Room, 11 am

Tuesday, May 28

Streisinger lecture

“Single Cell Analysis in Early Mammalian”

Janet Rossant

Senior Scientist and Chief of Research Lombard Chair in Paediatric Research Research Institute, The Hospital for Sick Children Departments of Molecular Genetics, and Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Toronto
100 Willamette Hall, 4 pm

Tuesday, May 7


“Eukaryotes are microbes too: Environmental diversity and computational challenges for studying microscopic taxa with a nucleus”

Holy Bik

UC Davis
110 Willamette, noon

Tuesday, April 30


“Microbial seed banks: ecological and evolutionary implications of dormancy”

Jay Lennon

Indiana University
110 Willamette, noon

Tuesday, April 23


“Vibro cholera Biofilms: Structural Components and Regulatory Networks”

Fitnat Yildiz

University of California, Santa Cruz
110 Willamette Hall, 4 pm

Tuesday, April 2


“Mainlining the Hologenome Into Biology”


Vanderbilt University
110 Willamette, noon

Tuesday, January 22



Curtis Huttenhower

Harvard School of Public Health
350 Willamette, 4pm

Tuesday, November 20, 2012


“New tools for exploring the human gut microbiome”

Andrew Goodman

Microbiology, Yale University
110 Willamette Hall, noon


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