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2019 Fall Seminar Series - Dr. Tania Reis

Nov. 15, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Tina Reis What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Nov. 22nd at Noon Where: NC 3202 Tânia Reis, PhD Associate Professor University of Colorado, Medical School Department of Medicine Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes “How flies get fat: from genes to neurons:” Preventing obesity requires...

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Near-Infrared Chemiluminescent Nanoparticles for In Vivo Optical Imaging

Nov. 5, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Jung-Jae Lee What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 Where: NC 3202 at Noon Imaging techniques are a vital part of clinical diagnostics and biomedical research. Optical molecular imaging makes use of relatively harmless, low-energy light, and technically straightforward instrumentation. Bioluminescence imaging systems,...

Brian Buma weighs in on local fire dynamics and Alaskan logging

Nov. 1, 2019

From an article appearing in Dean's Notes , Oct. 23, 2019 “Logging not only reduces the forest’s ability to store carbon and the number of trees, it disrupts the soil badly,” Brian Buma, Integrative Biology Assistant Professor, recently told VICE News in a conversation about Alaska. He also recently spoke...

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Integrative Biology hosts Mr. Mike Phillips

Oct. 25, 2019

The Department of Integrative Biology and Dr. Diana Tomback were excited to host a Meet & Greet on Wednesday, Oct. 23 rd for Mr. Mike Phillips, Director of the Turner Endangered Species Fund and Author of The Wolves of Yellowstone . Mr. Phillips was also the guest lecturer for the...

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Diversification and speciation in crossbills: the magic of a “charmed life”

Oct. 25, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Craig Benkman What: 2019 Fall Graduate Student Seminar When: Friday, Nov. 1, 2019 Where: NC 3202 at Noon Dr. Craig Benkman Professor and Robert B. Berry Distinguished Chair in Ecology University of Wyoming After providing an overview of the patterns and processes driving crossbill ( Loxia...

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Julie Byle speaks on panel at North American Association for Environmental Education national conference

Oct. 22, 2019

Julie Byle M.S., is doctoral student in Dr. Laurel Hartley's lab with the department of Integrative and Systems Biology and a recipient of the 2019 Fall Graduate Student Travel Award. She has just returned from speaking on the panel at the North American Association for Environmental Education national conference in...

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Politics, Science, and Wildlife Conservation

Oct. 21, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Mike Phillips What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Oct. 25th, at Noon Where: NC 3202 Mr Mike Phillips Director of the Turner Endangered Species Fund Author, The wolves of Yellowstone While working for the Fish & Wildlife Service Mike transferred to the National Park Service...

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2019 Fall Semester IB Graduate Student Travel Awards

Oct. 15, 2019

The Department is pleased to announce and congratulate our 2019 Fall Semester Graduate Student Travel Awardees! David Bertolatus - Dr. Alan Vajda's lab Julie Byle - Dr. Greg Cronin's lab Marianne Davenport - Dr. Greg Ragland's lab Adam Duster - Dr. Hai Lin's lab Katherine Hayes - Dr. Brian Buma's...

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Dr. Sandy Martin: Transcriptome dynamics in hibernation: cause or consequence of physiology?

Oct. 14, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Sandy Martin, Professor Department of Cell and Developmental Biology What: 2019 Fall Graduate Student Seminar When: Monday, Oct. 18th at Noon Where: SI 1086 If many phylogenetically interspersed species of mammals can safely lower their metabolic rate to a few percent of resting, and their body...

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Using RNA-seq to analyze differential gene expression in response to acute thermal challenge in cutthroat trout and closely related species - Oct. 11, 2019

Oct. 3, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Douglas Petcoff What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Oct. 11th at Noon Where: NC 3202 Dr. Douglas Petcoff Professor Metropolitan State University of Denver RNA-seq can be used to analyze the heat shock response at the molecular level. Ectotherms such as the cold-adapted members of...

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