2022 School of Biological Sciences Trainee Talks

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Join the School of Biological Sciences as we host two SoBS Trainee Talk Days this semester, Thursdays, March 31st and April 28th. Seven (7) speakers, including four (4) Ph.D.students and three (3) Postdocs will give the talks. Lunch will be available at the conclusion of the talks. RSVP for lunch. We look forward to seeing you at both events!

Livestream via BlueJeans

Thursday, March 31, 2022

  • Distinct TNF Signaling Pathways in Human Bone Marrow Long-lived Plasma Cell Maturation Revealed by Single Cell Analyses.
    Meixue Duan, Ph.D. Student, Gibson lab
  • Investigating Complex Social Behaviors with Brain Single Nuclei Sequencing
    Zachary Johnson, Postdoctoral Researcher, Streelman lab
  • The Convergent Evolution of Blinking in Tetrapods and Mudskipper Fish
    Brett Aiello
    , Postdoctoral Researcher, Sponberg lab

Thursday, April 28, 2022

  • Evolution of a Cis-acting SNP that Controls Type VI Secretion in Vibrio Cholerae
    Siu Lung Ng (Michael), PhD student, Hammer lab
  • Emergence and Maintenance of Coexistence of Snowflake Yeast in Long Term Evolution Experiment
    Rozenn Pineau, PhD student, Ratcliff lab
  • Insights into Genome-wide Gene Regulatory Differences from Wild C. elegans Strains
    Avery Davis Bell, Postdoctoral researcher, Paaby lab
  • Hot and Sour: Physiological Responses of Blue Crabs (Callinectes sapidus) and Mud Crabs (Panopeus herbstii) to Global Warming and Ocean Acidification
    Alex Draper, PhD student, Weissburg lab


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