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Weekly student talks

This series features graduate student talks. Each week, one student from a cell/molecular laboratory and one from an ecology laboratory will deliver a 15 minute presentation (with 5 to 10 minutes for discussion) on some aspect of their work. On occasion, students in the PhD program will present a seminar of no more than 30 minutes in fulfillment of the requirement for BIOL 802.

 

When: Mondays at noon
Where: GE-110 and on Zoom

 

Fall/Winter 2021-2022 schedule

September

  • 13: Brett and Dayanandan labs
  • 20: Gelber and Despland labs
  • 27: Gulick and Fraser labs

October

  • 18: Piekny (Imge Ozugergin, BIOL802) and Lessard labs
  • 25: Kwan (Mohamed Nasr, BIOL802) and Pederson labs

November

  • 1: Kachroo and Peres-Neto labs
  • 8: Kuzmin and Brown (Laurence Feyten, BIOL802) labs
  • 15: Lee and Weladji labs
  • 22: Martin and Walsj (Thomas Grevesse, BIOL802) labs
  • 29: Helfield and Ziter labs

December

  • 6: Potvin-Trottier and Brown labs
  • 13: Sacher and Dayanandan labs

January

  • 10: Shih (James Perry, BIOL802) and Despland (Anne-Sophie Caron, BIOL802) labs
  • 17: Titorenko and Fraser labs
  • 24: Tsang and Grant labs
  • 31: Whiteway and Lessard labs

February

  • 7: Zerges and Pederson labs
  • 14: Brett and Peres-Neto labs
  • 21: Gelber and Walsh labs

March

  • 7: Gulick and Weladji labs
  • 14: Hallett and Ziter labs
  • 21: Helfield and Brown labs
  • 28: Kachroo and Dayanandan labs

April

  • 4: Kuzmin and Despland labs
  • 11: Kwan an Fraser labs
  • 25: Lee and Grant labs

May

  • 2: Martin and Lessard labs9: Piekny and Pederson labs
  • 9: Piekny and Pederson labs
  • 16: Potvin-Trottier and Peres-Neto labs
  • 23: Sacher and Walsh labs
  • 30: Shih and Titorenko labs

June

  • 6: Tsang and Whiteway labs
  • 13: Zerges lab

 

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