The seminar series developed by BiocSA is intended to bring
light to various aspects of research in the biochemistry field.
By inviting guest speakers from these different areas, students
can see what sort of research is going on at the university, as
well as to see what else is involved with the research process.
When possible, labs may be shown to the audience, where more
specific questions can be asked about the lab setting, the
different roles involved in lab research, etc.
We intend to keep these seminars going and possibly expand them to include graduate students, guests from outside of the University of Guelph, and guests that may be from outside of the research field.
These seminars take place in the New Science Complex, room 3310. Please see the Events page for more information.
Oct.20, 2009 - Dr. David Josephy (Personalized medicine with genetic screening)
Nov.10, 2009 - Dr. John Dawson (Actin monofilaments in the heart)
Jan.26, 2010 - Dr. Steffen Graether (Anti-freeze proteins and NMR)
Feb.9, 2010 - Dr. Matthew Kimber (Cyanobacterium and RuBisCO)