Virtual Open House - November 23, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
See where a Ph.D. in Biology can take you!
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When you attend our Virtual Open House you will receive an application fee waiver -- a $75 value!
2:00 p.m. - Led by Amber Rice, Ph.D. and Greg Lang, Ph.D.
- Program Overview
- Introduction of Faculty in Attendance
- Registration information
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Drop in Q&A with faculty and grad student representatives
- Cell & Molecular Biology
- Evolution and Behavior
- Current graduate students
3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Drop-in posters from current graduate students
Daniel Babcock, Ph.D., Assistant Professor | Neuroscience
R. Michael Burger, Ph.D., Professor | Neuroscience
Matthias Falk, Ph.D., Professor | Cell Biology
Julie Haas, Ph.D., Associate Professor | Neuroscience
Wonpil Im, Ph.D., Professor | Biochemistry and Computational Biology
M. Kathryn Iovine, Ph.D., Professor | Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Greg Lang, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Graduate Program Co-Director | Molecular Biology and Evolution
Linda Lowe-Krentz, Ph.D., Professor and Chair | Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Robert Skibbens, Ph.D., Professor | Cell and Molecular Biology
Wynn Meyer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor | Genomics
Julie Miwa, Ph.D., Associate Professor | Neuroscience
Amber Rice, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Graduate Program Co-Director | Evolution
Vassie Ware, Ph.D., Professor | Molecular Biology
Graduate Student Poster Presentations:
Dylan Faltine-Gonzalez, Ph.D. Candidate in the Layden Lab - "Wnt regulates neuronal subtype patterning in the cnidarian, Nematostella vectensis"
Shasha Feng, Graduate Student in the Im Lab - "Understanding TRPV2 ion channel function and allosteric network by computational approach"
Luke McCartin, Graduate Student in the Herrera Lab - "Applying Environmental DNA Methods for the Study of Deepwater Coral Communities"
Joan Marie Spinelli, Graduate Student in the Rice Lab- "Learning the "chick-a-dee" call: Implications for reproductive isolation in sympatry"
Mitchell Vaughn, Graduate Student in the Haas Lab - "Dopaminergic modulation of excitability and electrical synapses in the thalamic reticular nucleus"
Ryan Vignogna, Ph.D. Candidate in the Lang Lab - "Experimental evolution of yeast models of congenital disorders of glycosylation"