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167 Castetter Hall
Telephone: (505) 277-3411

UNM Biology, Castetter Hall 1480
MSC03-2020, 219 Yale Blvd NE
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

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UNM Biology Seminars

UNM Biology Spring 2017 Seminar Schedules

Department of Biology seminars are held on Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. (until 4:45 p.m.)
in Castetter Hall 100, except where noted.

*** Coffee, tea and cookies are served in the Public Greenhouse at 3:10 p.m. ***

If you would like to host a Thursday seminar speaker,
please contact Cristina Takacs-Vesbach

Updated: January 3, 2017

ALSO Wednesday Noon Brown Bag Seminars

Date Speaker Title
January 19 open  
January 26 open  
February 2 open  
February 9 open  
February 16 open  
February 23 open  
March 2 open  
March 9 open  
March 16 —Spring Break—
March 23 open  
March 30 Michael Andersen Annual Research Day: Departmental Research Presentation (title TBD)
April 6 Alistair Rogers TBA.
April 13 open  
April 20 open  
April 27 open  
May 4 open  


Brown Bag Seminars
Noon, Wednesdays, 100 Castetter Hall

Brown Bag Seminars are coordinated by Christopher Witt, but scheduled by Erika Gendron

Date Speaker Title
January 18 open  
January 25 Meghan Balk &
Catalina Tome
Women in Science (title TBD)
February 1 Amanda Liebrecht Extreme Climatic Events Drive Physiological Changes in a Piñon–Juniper Woodland.
February 8 Brian Alfaro Environmental Predictors of Regional Invasive Plant species Richness in Wildlands of Western United States.
February 15 open  
February 22 open  
March 1 Noah Silva Modeling Dengue Fever and Zika Virus, Immunogenic Cross Talk and Vaccine Effects.
March 8 Ali Fretz Growth Differences in Piñon Pine Can Predict Tree Mortality Patterns.
March 22 open  
March 29 Samantha Cordova Genetics of the Jemez Mountains Salamander and Sacramento Mountain Salamander.
April 5 open  
April 12 Joshua Lynn Biotic Interactions Are Key in Predicting Plant Species Elevation Distributions.
April 19 open  
April 26 Larissa Anderson Modeling the Within-host Dynamics of Schistosoma Mansoni: The Consequences of Inconsistent Treatment Efficacy for Disease Control.
May 3 Diana Northup, Marie Westover & Jason Kimble Explaining Your Research Project to Granny and Gramps.

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