Antarctic research
Microbiology at Miami

Microbiology Seminar Series

Spring 2018

218 Pearson Hall
Wednesdays@4:15 pm


March 14

Fuzhong Zhang, PhD
Washington University, St. Louis
Title: Regulating metabolic pathways and microbial subpopulations for chemical and biofuel production

March 22

SPRING BREAK

March 28 (Note: 112 Pearson Hall)

Norman Hüner, PhD- Distinguished Microbiology Lecturer
Canada Research Chair
Department of Biology
Western University - London, Ontario
Title: A salty tale of life in the cold: heat shock in a psychrophile?

Monday, April 2 

David Guangyi Wang, PhD
Tianjin University, China
Title: Unraveling marine microbial food web: an ecological story of unicellular heterotrophic marine protists

April 4 

Steven Lindemann, PhD
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Title: Of niches, interactions, and maintenance of microbial diversity: lessons from environmental and host-associated model communities

Thursday, April 26 (4:15 pm, 116 Pearson Hall)

Helen Blackwell, PhD - Orton K. Stark General Public Lecture
Professor of Chemistry / Blackwell Research Group
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Title: Bacterial cell-cell communication: who is talking, what are they talking about, and why would a chemist care?

Friday, April 27 (10:00 am, 218 Pearson Hall)

Helen Blackwell, PhD - Orton K. Stark Research Lecture
Professor of Chemistry / Blackwell Research Group
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Title: Synthetic ligands for the interception of bacterial communication: new languages, new outcomes