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MEETINGS & UPCOMING EVENTS

CRB/SBS joint seminar
Dr. Andrew Kasarskis, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
"Drugs as goals and drugs as tools in a multiscale genomics world"
October 3, 2014; Abelson 201; 3:00PM
Hosted by Dr. Michael Skinner, SBS

This talk will take a genomics approach to sleep, stress and brain function with a focus on animal photoperiod and relations to cancer genomics as well. Some of the most state of the art approaches to genomics and systems biology will be discussed.

Dr. Timothy Linksvayer, University of Pennsylvania
"Social regulation of social insect reproductive caste"
Wednesday, October 15, 2014; Todd 430; 4:10pm
Hosted by: Dr. Jeremiah Busch, School of Biological Sciences

ASHG 2014, San Diego, CA, October 18-22, 2014

1st Annual CRB Trainee Symposium
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
1:00pm-6:30pm
BLS402 & VBR 305 (Science Forum)

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2014 SEMINAR CALENDAR

Friday October 3 @ 4:10 PM
CRB/SBS joint seminar
Dr. Andrew Kasarskis, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
"Drugs as goals and drugs as tools in a multiscale genomics world"
October 3, 2014; Abelson 201; 3:00PM
Hosted by Dr. Michael Skinner, SBS

This talk will take a genomics approach to sleep, stress and brain function with a focus on animal photoperiod and relations to cancer genomics as well. Some of the most state of the art approaches to genomics and systems biology will be discussed.

Wednesday October 15 @ 4:10 PM
Dr. Timothy Linksvayer, University of Pennsylvania
"Social regulation of social insect reproductive caste"
Wednesday, October 15, 2014; Todd 430; 4:10pm
Hosted by: Dr. Jeremiah Busch, School of Biological Sciences

Wednesday October 29 @ 4:10 PM
Dr. Ryan Earley, University of Alabama
"Sex, brains, and aggression: phenotypic plasticity in a self-fertilizing hermaphroditic fish"
October 29, 2014; BLS 402; 4:10pm
Hosted by Dr. Joanna Kelley, SBS

Wednesday November 19 @ 4:10 PM
Dr. Carey Satterfield, Texas A&M University
"Understanding Placental Adaptation to Maternal Malnutrition"
November 19, 2014; BLS402; 4:10PM
Hosted by Dr. Tom Spencer, Animal Science

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