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ION SEMINAR SERIES

Willamette Hall

ION seminars are held in Room 110 Willamette Hall at 4:00 p.m. on Thursdays unless otherwise specified. A reception follows; location announced at the seminar.

Contact Peg Morrow for scheduling speakers.

Other seminar series of interest to neuroscientists:
Institute of Molecular Biology
Institue of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

 

Winter 2016

Clicking on a Speaker's name will take you to their website or a recent publication

01/07/16

TBA Biology / E2 Faculty Search Patrick Phillips
01/14/16 TBA Biology / E2 Faculty Search Patrick Phillips
01/21/16 TBA Biology / E2 Faculty Search Patrick Phillips
01/28/16 TBA Biology / E2 Faculty Search Patrick Phillips
02/04/16
TBA Biology Genome Function Search Shelley Elliott
02/11/16

Claude Desplan
New York Univ.

Evolution of color and motion vision

Luis Sullivan
Doe Lab

02/18/16
TBA Biology Genome Function Search Shelley Elliott
02/25/16 TBA Biology Genome Function Search Shelley Elliott
03/03/16

Richard Mann
Columbia Univ.

Linking development and function in the Drosophila adult motor system
Chris Doe
03/10/16

TBA

Biology Genome Function Seach

Shelley Elliott

Spring 2016

03/31/16

John Tuthill
University of Washington

Research Interest: The goal of the lab is to understand the fundamental computations that underlie the neural coding of sensory information, and to figure out how sensory signals are used to guide movement and behavior.
Matt Smear
04/07/16

Janis Weeks
Univeristy of Oregon

"Using microfluidics and electrophysiology to combat ancient parasitic diseases"
Bill Roberts
04/14/16

Xaq Pitkow
Rice Univ. and
Baylor College of Medicine

Research Interest: Computational Neuroscience
Yashar Ahmadian
04/21/16 Lucy Shapiro Streisinger Lecture Bruce Bowerman
04/28/16

Danny Reinberg
HHMI
NYU Langone School of Medicine

Developmental Training Grant Symposium: Epigenetics: One Genome, Multiple Phenotypes
Gabriel Yette
05/05/16

Veronica Di Stilio
University of Washginton

Developmental Training Grant Symposium:
Research Interest: The Di Stilio lab investigates the evolution and development of plants, focusing on the genetic basis of key innovations

Angie Michaiel
05/10 or 5/11

Hugo Bellen
HHMI
Baylor College of Medicine

Research Interest: Undiagnosed Disease
Monte Westerfield
05/12/16

Mike Shapiro
University of Utah

Developmental Training Grant Symposium: Feathered feet and fancy features: genetic and developmental diversity in Darwin’s pigeons
Allison Fuiten
05/19/16

Bob Goldstein
UNC Chapel Hill

Developmental Training Grant Symposium: Water bears: probing how animal body plans evolve and how life can survive extremes

Kimberly Jones
05/26/16

Mike Levine
Lewis-Sigler Institute
Princeton Univ.

Developmental Training Grant Symposium: Visualization and evolution of transcriptional enhancers controlling animal development
Johanna Tomorsky
06/02/16 TBA CSN-fest Shawn Lockery

 

 

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