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Just a reminder that we will be having our third journal club of the semester this coming Tuesday, February 9th from 9-10 am in W-201 of MSC. This week’s paper is from Britt Glausinger‘s lab and can be found here. … Continue reading
Just a reminder that we will be having our second journal club of the semester this coming Tuesday, February 2nd from 9-10 am in W-201 of MSC. This week’s paper is from David Pride‘s group and can be found here. … Continue reading
CIDD grads and post-docs, Please join us for lunch with Dr. Nels Elde, Assistant Professor of Human Genetics at The University of Utah following his seminar titled “The generosity of selfish genes.” When: Thursday, February 4th, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm … Continue reading
Hey all, Before the summer symposium on “Living with our Viromes” (May 24-25), you are invited to join in a semester-long journal club on papers by each of the invited symposium speakers. This will be Tuesdays 9:00-10:00 am, in W201 … Continue reading
CIDD grads and post-docs, Please join us for lunch with Dr. Janis Antonovics, Lewis and Clarke Professor of Biology, University of Virginia directly after his seminar titled “Vector-based disease transmission across host density gradients; from field studies to theory.” When: Thursday, … Continue reading
CIDD grads and post-docs, Please join us for lunch with Dr. Aaron King, Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Mathematics at University of Michigan immediately following his CIDD seminar: “Process from pattern in diseases with complex ecologies” When: … Continue reading