News & Events
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|08/23/2017||Biology Faculty||Meet the Biology Faculty||Dr. Paul Steimle|
|08/30/2017||Biology Faculty||Meet the Biology Faculty||Dr. Paul Steimle|
|09/13/2017||Alex Feltus||Finding Novel Genetic Patterns in Mixed Condition Gene Expression Datasets Using Contemporary Algorithms & Cyberinfrastructure||Dr. Josh Vandenbrink|
|09/20/2017||Jacqueline Gerson||Mercury, methylation, and mountains: Do mercury patterns differ across elevational gradients?||Dr. Martin Tsui|
|09/27/2017||Dr. Keri Donohue||Adventures in Cell Biology: Addressing Limitations of In Vitro Screening||Dr. Ramji Bhandari|
|10/04/2017||Dr. Bryan McLean||TBA||Dr. Malcolm Schug|
|10/11/2017||Dr. James Porter||The Environmental Legacy of War: Human and Environmental Health Concerns on Vieques, Puerto Rico||Dr. Ramji Bhandari|
|10/18/2017||Dr. Thomas Jordan||Effects of confined poultry operations on antimicrobial-resistance in Escherichia coli and nutrient pollution in Chesapeake Bay watersheds||Dr. Parke Rublee|
|10/25/2017||Dr. Caren Weinhouse||Identifying mechanisms for toxicant-induced epigenetic change: towards “bench to community” translation of environmental epigenetics||Dr. Ramji Bhandari|
|11/01/2017||Dr. Ed Rowton||Colonization of sand flies (Phlebotomus argentipes) for Xenodiagnosis of Kala Azar patients in Muzaffarpur, India||Dr. Gideon Wasserberg|
|11/08/2017||Lorenza Beati Ziegler||Hard tick evolution and phytogeography||Dr. Gideon Wasserberg|
|11/15/2017||Dr. Esmaeil Amiri||How to become infected by viruses and how to pass the infection to the next generation by honey bee queen?||Dr. Olav Rueppell|
|11/22/2017||NO SEMINAR||Thanksgiving Holiday|
|11/29/2017||Josh Vandenbrink||Transcriptome analysis of plant tropistic responses observed during spaceflight||Dr. Malcolm Schug|