Biological Science Seminar Series

The University of Tulsa Department of Biological Science hosts a seminar series each semester.

All seminars are held in Oliphant Hall (OH 300) from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm unless otherwise specified.

Seminars are free and open to the public.

Biological Science Seminar Series Spring 2013

DateSpeaker InstitutionTitle
02/07 Andrew jackson, PhD UC at Berkeley Barley Stripe Mosaic Virus Virus interactions with a Resistance Gene from the new model grass host Brachypodium distachyon
02/21 Jason Avery, PhD TU doctoral seminar

Integrated gustatory and visceral sensory processing within the human insular cortex

02/28 Jonathan Pruitt, PhD University of Pittsburgh From individuals, to populations to communities: when does personality matter?
03/07 R. Alexander Pryon, PhD George Washington University Species and trait diversity in reptiles and amphibians
03/14 No Seminar
03/21 Spring Break
03/28 Michael Kaspari, PhD OU Thermal performance in a warming world: insights from the ants of Barro Colorado Island, Panama.

Coby Schal, PhD

04/10 Lewis H. Ziska, PhD* USDA-ARS Climate, CO2 and Plant Biology: Exploring the links to public health
04/11 Lewis H. Ziska USDA-ARS Climate Change and Food Security
04/18 William Murphy, PhD University of Texas A&M Genomic Dissection of Haldane's Rule in interspecies cat hybrids
04/25 Walter  Piper, PhD Chapman University The Foothold Model: Do Common Loons use Footholds to Acquire Territories

 * Paul Buck Memorial Lecture - 7:30 pm in Helmerich Hall