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This year ALL EEB seminars will be virtual via Zoom on one meeting link (unless stated otherwise).

For the zoom link and password for the seminars below, please contact Sally Blinn.
 

EEB seminars usually take place on Mondays @ 12:20pm
A106 Morison Rm., Corson Hall, Cornell University campus. Fall 2020 is an exception.

* Indicates special day, time, and/or location

DATE

NAME / AFFILIATION / TOPIC

HOST

09/07/20

Labor Day - NO SEMINAR  

*09/11/20*
Friday 4pm

Neelima Sinha, UC Davis (Barbara McClintock Life Sciences Lecture Series)
https://cornell.zoom.us/j/95367216360?pwd=dFVZNDcrNFlRN292VWtHTVlpYzVpZz09  
Passcode: 966867

Adrienne Roader (SIPS) &
Mariana Wolfner (MBG)

09/14/20 EEB TOWN HALL
Zoom link will be sent via email 
 
09/21/20 Tory Hendry, Cornell University
Title: Evolutionary and ecological genomics of bacteria in host associations
Geber
09/28/20 Martha Muñoz, Yale University
Title: Behavior is a motor and a brake for evolution
Zamudio

10/05/20

Ricardo Mallarino, Princeton University
Title: The developmental basis of biological diversity: insights from mammalian skin
Reed
10/12/20 Daniel Matute, UNC Chapel Hill
Title: The natural history and genomics of hybridization in Drosophila 
Searle
10/19/20 Xi Yang, University of Virginia
Title: From leaves to ecosystems: what can we learn about plants using novel remote sensing techniques?
Xu
10/26/20 Vivek Shandas, Portland State University
Title: Inequitable ecologies: the role of historical urban planning practices in managing today's urban forests
Flecker
11/02/20 Catherine Hulshof, Virginia Commonwealth University
Title: Variability matters: advancing a trait scaling theory to predict variance in space and time
Xu and Agrawal

11/09/20

Allison Shultz, Ornithology at the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County
Title: Evolution across timescales: comparative and population genomics studies of host-pathogen co-evolution in birds  
Lovette and Demery

   *11/12/20
Thursday at 12:20pm

Claire Fox, Cornell University
Dissertation Seminar Title: Evolutionary Morphology of Pleuronectiforms: Why flatfishes look funny and walk weirdly
Bemis

11/16/20

EEB TOWN HALL
Zoom link will be sent via email
 
*11/18/20*
Wednesday Time TBA
Li-Huei Tsai, MIT (Barbara McClintock Life Sciences Lecture Series)
Title: TBA Zoom link: TBA
Paul Soloway and Chris Xu
11/23/20 Rebecca Asch, East Carolina University
Title: Responses of marine fishes to climate change under extreme and less extreme conditions
McIntyre
11/30/20 Esther Ngumbi, University of Illinois - Champagne Urbana
Title: Beneficial soil microbes: powerful drivers of chemically mediated insect-plant interactions
Sparks

12/07/20

EEB TOWN HALL
Zoom link will be sent via email 

 
12/14/20 Caitlin McDonald, Cornell University
Dissertation Seminar, Title: Too little, too late: amphibian responses to infectious disease across time and space
Zamudio
*12/16/20*
Thursday at 2:00pm
Karin van der Burg, Cornell University
Dissertation Seminar, Title: The genetic basis of variation in phenotypic plasticity
Reed

 


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