Fall 2019 Comparative Physiology Seminar Series
The Seminar Series in Comparative Physiology presents current research on fundamental and applied aspects of animal physiology. Our weekly seminars feature one or two speakers who are primarily graduate students in the Department of Integrative Biology or visiting early-career scientists from a local university.
We meet Monday's in SSC 3317 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm. All are welcome.
September 30 - Dr. Nick Bernier
Can scale cortisol content be used as a bio-indicator of chronic stress in fish?
October 7 - Dr. Georgina Cox
No oxygen? No problem! Cardiac function in anoxic hagfish.
October 14 - Break for Thanksgiving
October 21 - Hayley Wilson
Effects of Early, Elevated Prenatal Testosterone on the HPA Axis and Hormone Responsiveness in Mice
October 28 - Sheridan Baker
The role of prostaglandin receptor EP4b in zebrafish ovulation
November 4- Giulia Rossi
Frogs seek hypoxic microhabitats to accentuate metabolic depression during dormancy
November 11 - Jordan Roszell
UV-C as a potential pre-treatment option against microalge
November 18 - Dr. Andy Turko
Conservation physiology of endangered Canadian stream fishes
November 25 - Hannah Reynolds - *In SSC 1511
Fishing for physiology in big data: A machine learning roadmap from transcriptome to physiology in the tilapia
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