Department Seminars

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Fall 2019:

Department Seminars held in A106 Morison Room; 12:30PM-1:30PM, unless otherwise noted.

Date Speaker
August 22, 2019 Geoffrey Broadhead, PhD Defense; Host: Robert Raguso - From Signals to Fitness: behavioral responses to floral signals of nectar quality affect hawkmoth fitness
August 29, 2019

Kevin Daly, West Virginia University; Host: Robert Raguso - Keeping a clear mind: How predictive motor signaling facilitates sensory processing and perception

September 5, 2019 Marcos Simoes-Costa, Cornell University; Host: David Deitcher - "Cell fate commitment in three dimensions: the spatial regulation of the neural crest genome"
September 19, 2019 Carrie Branch, Cornell University; Host: Mike Webster - "Sexual selection, female choice, and cognitive adaptation"
September 26, 2019 Marco Gallio, Northwestern University; Host: Nilay Yapici - "Temperature sensing and preference in Drosophila"
October 10, 2019 Michael Dickinson,CalTech; Host: Graduate Students
October 17, 2019 Joshua Berke, University of California of San Francisco; Host: Graduate Students - Dopamine Dynamics for Learning and Motivation
October 24, 2019 Dragan Rogulja,  Harvard University; Host: Jesse Goldberg
November 7, 2019 Gul Dolen, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; Host: Jesse Goldberg
November 14, 2019 James Nieh, University of California, San Diego; Host: Graduate Students - The role of information and decision-making in the evolution of predator and prey signaling between Asian honey bees and hornets.
November 21, 2019 Benjamin de Bivort, Harvard University; Host: Nilay Yapici
November 28, 2019 Thanksgiving Recess

December 5, 2019

Donald Katz, Brandeis University; Host: Christiane Linsters