Comparative Physiology Invited Speaker Series

Seminars on Mondays @ 12:00-1:00 pm Biological Sciences Building room 2200

(unless otherwise indicated under the date)

 

Cookies and coffee @ 11:45 am

To update title/speaker changes, please contact
Colin Brauner (
brauner”at”zoology”dot”ubc”dot”ca)

Spring 2019

Date

Speaker

Title of Talk

Host Lab

+Jan. 10

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Mike Gordon

*Jan. 14

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Colin Brauner

+Jan. 17

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Doug Altshuler

*Jan. 21

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Katie Marshall

+Jan. 24

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Katie Marshall

*Jan. 28

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Patricia Schulte

+Jan. 31

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Doug Altshuler

*Feb. 4

TBA

Integrative Organismal Biology Job Search

Colin Brauner

Feb. 11

Yoshio Takei

University of Tokyo

The mechanism for water acquisition and its endocrine control in euryhaline teleosts.

Chris Wood

Feb. 18

No Seminar

Winter Break

 

Mar. 18

John Gosline Memorial Lecture:

Doug Fudge,

Chapman University

Slip, slither, and slime: Comparative biomechanics of hagfishes.

Shadwick/

Altshuler

*Apr. 29

P.W. Hochachka Memorial Lecture:

Gretchen Hofmann

UC Santa Barbara

Marine environmental epigenetics: A new look at physiological plasticity.

Schulte

* Coffee and cookies at 11:30 am in the Black Hole and the seminar is at 12:00 in the Beaty Biodiversity Museum Auditorium

+ (Thursday) Coffee and cookies at 1:30 pm in the Black Hole and the seminar is at 2:00 in the Beaty Biodiversity Museum Auditorium

 

 

Fall 2018

Date

Speaker

Title of Talk

Host Lab

Sept. 10

Michael Yartsev,

UC Berkeley

Neurobiological investigation of vocal production learning in the mammalian brain.

Altshuler

Sept. 17

David Randall Lecture:

George Iwama,

Quest University

Till Death Do Us Part;

Stress, Love and Joy;

Another Day with Dave.

Brauner

Sept. 24

Bill Milsom

UBC

Flying High - multiple strategies for obtaining oxygen at altitude in birds.

 

Oct. 1

Glenn Crossin,

Dalhouise University

Effects of captive breeding: impacts of hatcheries on the physiology, behaviour and survival of Atlantic salmon broodstock when released back into the wild.

Brauner

Oct. 8

No Seminar

Thanksgiving

Oct. 15

Doug Altshuler

UBC

Biomechanics and neural control of complex locomotion.

 

Oct. 22

*William Hoar Lecture:

Roger Seymour

University of Adelaide

(Beaty Auditorium)

The physiology of fossils:

How fossil bones can infer metabolic status of extinct dinosaurs and human ancestors.

Shadwick

Oct. 29

No Seminar

APS Intersociety Meeting

 

Nov. 5

Justin Henry,

Henry Aquaculture Consultant Inc.

Land based salmon farming: Myth or reality?

Brauner

Nov. 12

No Seminar

Remembrance Day

Nov. 19

Marjorie Oleksiak,

RSMAS, U Miami

Adaptation: from among to within populations.

Wood

Nov. 26

Tania Lam

UBC Kinesiology

Using (and improving?) our senses to improve the recovery of walking after neurotrauma.

Brauner