University College Biology Seminar Series

BIOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES       

SPRING 2018       THURSDAY 5:25-6:15PM        DICKINSON HALL  RM. 4468

The public is invited         Refreshments                      

For information call (201) 692-2389

1/25
Shrimp Mind Control: Feeding and Desire in nedcaridina davidi (cherry shrimp)
Joseph Stout Ph.D., Lecturer of Biology, SONS, FDU
2/1
Steps Toward Career Paths in Science
Ms. Christine Vitale, Career Development Specialist, Career Development, FDU
2/8
Using Caenorhabditis elegans to Research Polycystic Kidney Disease
Deanna De Vore, Ph.D, Cell & Developmental Biologist, Rutgers University
2/15
Characterization of a Mersacidin Biosynthesis Pathway in the Bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens
Marshall Hayes Ph.D., Lecturer II, Kean University
2/22
In Vivo Assessment of Osteocyte Oxidative Metabolism
Dorra Frikha-Benayed, Ph.D., Post-doctoral Research Associate, CUNY
3/1
The Influence of Exercise During Pregnancy on Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes
Melisa Salsali, Ph.D., Program Director and Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, Georgian Court University
3/8
Green Processes to Enhance Oxidoreductases
Mihaela Leonida, Professor of Chemistry, School of Natural Sciences, FDU
3/22
M-Type (KNCQ) Potassium Channels as Novel Strategy to Reduce Stroke-Induced Brain Injury
M. Sonya Bierbower Ph.D., Asst. Professor, William Patterson
3/29
Efficiency of Information Transmission in Vision
Alexander Casti, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, FDU
4/5
From Inhibitors to Probes: The Therapeutic Potential of Protein Arginine Deiminases in Autoimmune Diseases
Venkatesh V Nemmara Ph.D., Postdoctoral Associate, Thompson Laboratories, UMASS Medical School
4/12
Sequential Folding of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor, BPTI
Robert Craig, Ph.D., Organic Chemistry Instructor, CSI City University of New York
4/19
Roles of ESCRT-III polymers during endocytosis of membrane proteins
Sudeep Banjade Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University
4/26
SONS Student Presentations
5/5
SONS Student Presentations