OEB Seminar Archive Fall 2009 Seminars

September 10
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
L. Mahadevan
SEAS, OEB Faculty Affiliate, Harvard University
Simple aspects of growth and form
Biewener, Holbrook, Lauder Labs

September 17
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Kenji Matsuura
Okayama University, Japan
A new epoch in termite biology
Pierce Lab

October 1
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Sue Healy
University of St. Andrews
Why are males better than females at spatial cognition?
Pierce Lab

October 8
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Eric Haag
University of Maryland
Genetic causes and genomic consequences of the evolution of nematode hermaphroditism
Extavour Lab

October 14 **Wednesday date this week**
*5:00 PM*
Sherman Fairchild Lecture Hall (SF 102)
7 Divinity Ave.

OEB Weekly Seminar Series/ Harvard University Center for the Environment "Biodiversity, Ecology, and Global Change" Series
Mark McPeek
Dartmouth College
Climate Change and How We Got the Fauna We Have Today
Losos Lab

October 20
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall

Biolabs Building
 

OEB Special Seminar
Jim Lake
University of California, Los Angeles
Symbioses and Early Prokaryotic Evolution

Hartl Lab

October 22
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Stuart Davies
Arnold Arboretum, CTFS, Harvard University
On the diversity and dynamics of tropical forests. Results from a global network of large-scale forest plots.
Holbrook Lab

October 29
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Dennis Pearl
The Ohio State University
Phylogenetics: The BEST way to sort out incongruent gene phylogenies
Edwards Lab

November 5
12:00 PM
Room 52H
Peabody Museum

HEB Colloquium Series
Mark Coleman
Midwestern University
Fossil evidence for the evolution of hearing in mammals throughout the Cenozoic

November 5
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
H. Bradley Shaffer
OEB Sarah and Daniel Hrdy Fellow in Conservation Biology
Making population biology relevant to conservation: The California tiger salamander as a test case.
Losos Lab

November 12
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Antonia Monteiro
Yale University
The evolution of novel, serially homologous, complex traits: butterfly eyespots
Extavour Lab

November 19
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series/Dudley Herschbach Education Lecture
Jo Handelsman
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Phalanx or Traitors? Role of the gut microbial community in the health of lepidopteran insects
Cavanaugh Lab

December 3
4:00 PM
Main Lecture Hall
BioLabs Building

OEB Weekly Seminar Series
Hopi Hoekstra
Harvard University
From mice to molecules: the genetic basis of adaptation.
Hanken Lab