Dr. Michael Huston, professor in the Biology Department at Texas State University - San Marcos
Dirt is Destiny: Environmental Controls on Ecology, Evolution, Economics, and Human Cultural Diversity
Dr. Boyce Drummond, visiting professor, Biology, Colorado College. Also affiliated with: (1) the Denver Museum of Nature and Science; (2) Research Associate in Zoology; Colorado State University; (3) Faculty Affiliate in Bioagricultural Sciences and Research Associate, Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity; Florida State Museum; and (4) Research Associate, McGuire Center for Lepidoptera Research.
Life on the Edge: Population Ecology of the Pawnee Montane Skipper Butterfly
Claire Birkenheuer, PhD student, Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University
Retroviral-induced tumors in wild animals and their importance
Dr. Shannon Murphy, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Denver
Insect-plant interactions in a changing world: how insects form associations with novel host plants
Dr. A. Malcolm Campbell, Professor of Biology and Director of James G. Martin Genomics Program, Davidson College.
Re-engineering natural selection with synthetic biology.
Dr. James D. Murdoch (Jed), Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology, The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont.
Carnivore conservation in a changing world – challenges and opportunities
Joe Koke, Colorado College, Department of Biology
DNA aptamer technology and Cancer Therapeutics: the silver bullet?
Dr. Paul Lombroso, Child Study Center and Neurobiology and Psychiatry, Yale University
How we learn . . . and how we don't: One STEP at a time
Dana M. Garcia, Department of Biology, Texas State University-San Marcos.
Working on the Night Movements: cAMP as an extracellular signal in the retina.
Joaquin Espinosa, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado at Boulder
The War on Cancer in the XXI Century: A Report from the Trenches
Sarah Kane, Colorado State University-Fort Collins, Program of Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Neurosciences.
Astrocytes, Cell Signaling, and The Makings of a Graduate Student.
Allyson Hindle,UC Denver, School of Medicine, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology.
Weddell seals of Antarctica: a model species for field physiology.
Martha Bhattacharya, Washington University, St. Louis, Department of Developmental Biology.
Using Fruit Flies to Understand Neurodegenerative Disease
Thursday, March 28. (Block 7). Bruce Byers, Independent Consultant.
Title: Integrating climate change and biodiversity conservation: perspectives from a practicing ecologist.
Jessica Metcalf, University of Colorado, Boulder
The Journey of Cutthroat Trout in Colorado
David Epel, Professor Emeritus, Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University
Ecological developmental biology: integrating epigenetics, medicine, and evolution.
Dr. Phoebe Lostroh, Department of Biology, The Colorado College
Starvation in a Bacterial World
Dr. Brian Vandenheuvel, Department of Biology, Colorado State University-Pueblo
Insights into the evolution of an actinorhizal symbiosis through new genome sequences
Dr. Jeremy Bono, Department of Biology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Adaptation and Speciation in Cactus-Breeding Drosophila
Climatic drivers of American pika (Ochotona princeps) distribution and population density
Dr. Terri Holzen, Department of Biochemistry/Molecular Genetics, University of Colorado School of Medicine Aurora
Genetic interaction of the RAD53 checkpoint protein kinase with histones is important for DNA replication
Dr. Charles Sullivan, Department of Biology, Grinnell College
Lens Induction: More than meets the Eye . . . Ear, Nose and Throat
Cerebral Oxygenation at High Altitude: Implications for Exercise Performance
Insights from a long term study of a long lived species: population structure and demography of African elephants
Molecular Epidemiology of Infection-Associated Cancers
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