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Biology Seminar Series

The department of Biology offers a bi-weekly seminar series where all undergraduate, post-doctoral fellows, and instructors are welcome.  All seminars reflect the integrative nature of the biological research undertaken in the department.  

All graduate and senior honours Biology students are expected to attend the virtual seminar series.

2021-2022 Schedule

Fall 2021

Day(s)

Date

Time

Activity

Title

Friday

Sept 17

2:30

Dr. Katherine R. Amato (Northwestern University)

TBA
Research: Priate gut microbiota

Friday

Sept 24

2:30

BI601 Integrative Biology Presentations

TBA

 

Friday

Oct 1

2:30

Dr. Andrew Judge/Mkomose(Algoma University)
@akomose

TBA
Research: Anishinaabe cultural knowledge, ethno-medicine, and land-based learning

Friday

Oct 22

2:30

Dr. Aaron R. Koning (University of Nevada, Reno)
@akoning

TBA
Research: Tropical freshwater ecosystems and biodiversity

Friday

Nov 5

2:30

Dr. Beronda Montgomery (Michegan State University)
@BerondaM

TBA
Research: Photosynthetic organisms (plant and cyanobacteria); Mentoring and leadership

Friday

Nov 19

2:30

Dr. Jessica Ware (American Museum of Natural History)
@JessicaLWareLab

TBA
Research: Systematics, behaviour, biomechanics, ecology

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter 2022

Day(s)

Date

Time

Activity

Title

Friday

Jan 14

2:30

Dr. Scott Ramsay (Wilfrid Laurier University)
@wtspman

TBA
Research: Behavioural ecology, song variation in birds

Friday

Jan 28

2:30

Dr. Joanna Wilson (McMaster University, live from Norway)
@WilsonToxLab

TBA
Research: Toxicology on aquatic organisms

Friday

Feb 11

2:30

Dr. Xi Huang (The Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto)
@XiHuang18

TBA
Research: Mechanoelectrical-chemical signaling in cancer

Friday

Mar 4

2:30

Dr. Jennifer Geddes-McAlister (University of Guelph)
@JGMProteomics

TBA
Research: Proteomics of host-pathogen interactions

Friday

Mar 18

2:30

Dr. Jacqueline Monaghan (Queen's University)
@jacquimonaghan

TBA
Research: Plant immune signalling and homeostasis

Tues/Wed

Apr 5 or 6?

 

Biology Colloquium