Please come celebrate Adam Johnson as he’s awarded the Edward Peck Curtis Award for Excellence in Teaching. Over the course of his graduate career, Adam has mentored undergraduates in the lab, served as the head TA for biology labs, and was instrumental in piloting the new mentoring program for freshman biology majors. Join us at 3pm in the Green Lounge to congratulate Adam on this well-deserved award!
John Jaenike and Vince Martinson’s new paper in Ecology Letters was featured in the Rochester Newscenter this week. The research focuses on the communities of bacteria found in the guts of wild Drosophila. Check out the feature and read the paper!
Join us for hands on workshops on topics in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. The first one is learning the Linux system. Check back at blogs.rochester.edu/compbio for more topics and information!
Join us on Monday at noon to enjoy coffee and a donut and to hear Dr. Peter Svensson discuss “A role of transcription to switch between chromatin states”.
Join us for the E2G2 seminar this Friday at 3pm to hear Dr. Michael Sheehan discuss the “Evolution of Individuality”. Stick around and stay for happy hour after!
Join us for Donuts and Coffee to hear Erica Larschan from Brown Univeristy discuss “X-marks the spot: targeting Drosophila dosage compensation to the male X-chromosome”
Join us for the E2G2 seminar and hear Jacob Russell from Drexel University discuss “Defensive symbiosis in the real world”
Join us for Donuts and Coffee (and maybe a trick or treat!) to hear Elizabeth Grayhack from the UR Medical Center discuss how “Adjacent codons act in concert to modulate translation”
Join us for the EEB seminar and hear Rebecca Rundell from SUNY-ESF discuss “Diversification and conservation of Belau land snails (Republic of Palau, Oceania)”