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BII-MCE lab meetings

Our BII-MCE lab meetings focus on presentations of current research from all laboratories across the BII-MCE. These sessions allow for cross-lab interactions about various research projects that foster opportunities for collaborations and mentoring. These meetings also hold space for our professional development seminars, which directly contribute to the career development of graduate students, postdocs, and other research staff.

These lab meetings are open to collaborators and others interested in evolutionary cell biology. If you would like to join the mailing list for journal club, please contact Josh Hoskinson.

Fall 2022

DatePresenterBII-MCE Host LabTitle
Aug. 8Isadonna Tengganu, (PhD student, CME)
Jonathan Munera Lopez
(Postdoc, CME)
Hu LabAdvice to parasites: Don’t hesitate to invade
Sept. 12Doug Shepherd,
Professor, Center for Biological Physics
Hu LabMicroscopic motility of isolated E.coli flagella
Oct. 17Dagmar Jirsova
(Postdoc, CME)
Yu-Ping Poh
(Postdoc, CME)
Wideman LabDeveloping high-throughput pipelines to identify undiscovered diversity in the Sonoran Desert
Dec. 12Jordan Bell and Patricia Stepp, Skysong Innovations, LLCBII-MCEProfessional Development Seminar: Intellectual Property and Patents

Spring 2022

DatePresenterBII-MCE Host LabTitle
Feb. 7Jeremy Wideman
(Assistant professor, CME)
Ke Hu
(Professor, CME)
BII-MCEProfessional Development Seminar: Fostering Interdisciplinary and Diverse Collaborations
March 14Yue Hao
(Postdoc, CME)
Timothy Licknack
(PhD student, CME)
Lynch LabParamecium population genomics and proteomics
April 11Sam Apodaca
(Lab technician, CME)
Kara Schmidlin
(Postdoc, CME)
Geiler-Samerotte LabA deep screen for drug-resistant mutations in S. cerevisiae using molecular barcodes
May 9Po-Lin Chiu,
Biodesign Center for Applied Structural Discovery,
assistant professor
Lynch LabExploring the windows of selection for insecticide and drug resistance evolution

Fall 2021

DatePresenterBII-MCE Host LabTitle
Sept. 13Jeremy Wideman, Biodesign Center for Mechanisms of Evolution,
Wideman LabThe Persistence of Homology: Making sense of the unity and diversity of eukaryotic ATP synthases
Oct. 4Dewight Williams, School of Life Sciences,
research scientist
Hu LabStructural investigations of DNA double strand break repair by non-homologues end joining through cryogenic TEM and single particle image reconstruction methods
Nov. 1Elizabeth Trembath-Reichert,
School of Earth and Space Exploration,
assistant professor
Wideman LabA single cell perspective on subsurface life
Dec. 6Silvie Huijben,
School of Life Sciences,
assistant professor
Geiler-Samerotte LabExploring the windows of selection for insecticide and drug resistance evolution