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Biology Seminars

Seminars are held on Thursdays at 4:00pm in Henson 243 unless otherwise indicated.
Please join us for pre-seminar coffee and cookies at 3:30 in Henson 213. For more info, please contact Dr. Ann Barse.

Spring 2018 Seminar Schedule





Feb 8

Michael Carter

Dept. Biological Sciences

Salisbury University

Identification of Novel Metabolic Pathways: L-Ascorbate Catabolism in Bacterium Ralstonia eutropah H16.

Ann Barse

Feb 15




Feb 22

Stephanie Lamb

Masters thesis defense

Using population and habitat parameters, and genetic factors, to assess populations of an endangered species, the Spotted Turtle, Clemmys guttata, on the Delmarva Peninsula​

Eric Liebgold

Mar 1




Mar 8

David Narum

U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services/ National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Malaria vaccine development for human clinical trials

Ann Barse

Mar 15

Naden Krogan

Dept. of Biology

American University

Title: TBA

Mark Holland

Mar 29

Dana Price
Dept. Biological Sciences Salisbury University

Title TBA

Ann Barse

Apr 5

Greg Burzynski
Department of Geography and Geosciences, Salisbury University

All about that base: Ediacaran holdfast discs from the bottom to the top

Mark Holland

Tuesday April 10

Andrew Cronin

Master's Thesis Defense

Title: TBA

Ryan Taylor, Kim Hunter

Apr 12

William A. Powell

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Title: TBA

Topic: American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project

Ann Barse

Apr 19

Jeff Pettis
Entomologist / Pollination Consultant,
Pettis and Assoc. LLC

Title: TBA

Steve Gehnrich

Apr 26

Hartmut Doebel
The George Washington University
Department of Biological Sciences

Title: TBA

Karen Olmstead

May 3

José A. Feijó
University of Maryland
Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics

Title: TBA

Mark Holland

May 10

Ilya Raskin, Distinguished Professor,

Department of Plant Biology, Rutgers University

Mark Holland

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