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Fall 2017 Colloquium

Thursday 3:40-4:55 pm in WLS M307

Instructor: Jeremiah Johnson, Office WLS  F419

Microbiology 615 (colloquium) will serve the following learning objectives:

  • Demonstrate a broad-based knowledge of principles and processes associated with microbiology
  • Demonstrate critical thinking through the integration of multidisciplinary concepts
  • Demonstrate communication skills through both writing and oral presentation

Fall 2017 Colloquium Schedule

Date

Slot

Presenter

Title

Evaluation Link

10/12/17

1

Jeanine Williamson

EndNote Refresher

 

 

2

Counseling Center

Mental Health During Graduate School

 

10/19/17

1

Richard Kevorkian

Fantastic Microbes and Where to Find Them

Evaluation

 

2

Katherine Moccia

Biodiversity Drivers of the Alfalfa Holobiont

Evaluation

 

3

Katie McBride

Microbial Memory: Long-Term Exposure Dependence to Emulsified Vegetable Oil

Evaluation

10/26/17

1

Brittni Kelley

Isolation and Source Tracking of Campylobacters from Environmental Sources

Evaluation

 

2

Kate Fullerton

Biology Meets Subduction: Exploration of Microbial Diversity of Costa Rican Convergent Margin

Evaluation

 

3

Janette Shank

The effects of Calgranulin C on Campylobacter jejuni infection in vivo

Evaluation

11/2/17

1

Katie Sipes

The Cold Never Bothered Them Anyway

Evaluation

 

2

Jose Liquet y Gonzalez

On the biodegradation of biobased plastic films: Let's step back for a second

Evaluation

 

3

Hunter Rice

In silico modelling of in vitro granuloma formation during paratuberculosis infection

Evaluation

11/9/17

1

Jackson Gainer

Seasonal and Spatial Analysis of Bacterial Co-occurrences in the North Pacific Basin

Evaluation

 

2

Robbie Martin

Temperature drives microcystin production in Microcystis aeruginosa

Evaluation

11/16/17

1

April Armes

ORISE Summer Fellowship Program: Method Validation for Anthrax Lethal Toxin at the CDC

 

 

2

John Harp

The role of cardiolipin in protecting Enterococcus faecalis from membrane damaging agents

Evaluation

11/23/17

Happy Thanksgiving!

11/30/17

1

Kyle Bonifer

Quantifying and Characterizing Poly-Lactic Acid Degradation by Soil Microbes

Evaluation

 

2

Tian Chen

Regulation of ß(1,3)-glucan unmasking by cell wall signaling proteins

Evaluation

 


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