Peter Ralph – University of Oregon - “Lanscapes of genetic variation and linked selection”
1111 Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
Assembly of the Native Flora of the Southeastern United States: an Evolutionary Tale
B302 Birge Hall
Noelle Dwyer – University of Virginia – “How Neural Stem Cells Divide to Build the Cerebral Cortex”
Biotechnology Auditorium Room 1111 (425 Henry Mall), Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
Nuclear phylogenomic analyses of the Rose family and implications on evolutionary history of distinct fleshy fruit types.
Yukiko Yamashita – University of Michigan – “Asymmetric stem cell division and germ cell immortality”
P-GMO crops and pesticide use-unexpected relationships
Xuehua Zhong – University of Wisconsin, Madison – “Epigenetic regulation in plants”
Assessing bonobo and forest elephant populations in the Salonga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo
Jikui Song – University of California, Riverside – “Mechanistic Insights into Mammalian DNA Methylation”
Applying phylogenomic datasets to multiple scales in diverse organisms, from Onagraceae to mosses to diatoms
Neena Haider – Harvard University - “Gene Identification to Gene Therapy: Development of the First Broad Spectrum Therapy for Inherited Retinal Disease”
Ponderosa pine survival to mountain pine beetle: growth rate tradeoffs, resin duct defenses and genetic drought predisposition
John Postlethwait – University of Oregon - “The puzzle of sex determination in zebrafish”
Ion signaling and reproduction: molecular basis and integrative mechanisms
Helen Salz – Case Western Reserve University – “Sexual identity maintenance in Drosophila female germ cells”
The plant danger zone: assessing different strategies to deal with abiotic stresses
Shen Yang He – Michigan State University – “Toward understanding the "disease-climate-microbiome" interactions in plants”
Another round of metazoan phylogeny: current progress and future directions
Alan Shuldiner – University Maryland – “The Path to Precision Medicine: From Discovery to Patient Care”
The evolution and diversity of sea anemones
Nick Rohner – Stowers Institute – “Metabolic Evolution in Cavefish”
Identifying cattail species and their hybrids using molecular markers: lessons learned
Caitlin Pepperell – University of Wisconsin, Madison - “Adaptation of Mycobacteria”
Brian Parks – University of Wisconsin, Madison – “Non-additive inheritance of obesity”
Jayshree Samanta – University of Wisconsin, Madison - “Enhancing Remyelination by Neural Stem Cells”
Dana Opulente – University of Wisconsin, Madison - “Evolution of metabolic diversity in the budding yeast subphylum Saccharomycotina”
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