Current Studies in Evolutionary Biology

The "Research Seminar" of DUW Zoology

Fall Term 2019

Research Seminars take place every Tuesday during term time at 12:15 to 13:30 in the small lecture hall of Zoology (Vesalgasse 1, first floor).
If not mentioned otherwise speakers are members of DUW Zoology.

Week Date Speaker Title Group
1 17.9.
2 24.9. Michel Montagner Identification of bird species in radar by multivariate GMM Valentin Amrhein
3 1.10.
4 8.10.
5 15.10. Paul Hamilton Algae with metals, scavenging, mining and economics; where do they meet? Walter Salzburger
6 22.10.
7 29.10. Michael Rechsteiner Novel genes in the cichlid radiation of Lake Tanganyika Astrid Böhne
8 5.11. Maridel Fredericksen* QTL and fine mapping parasite resistance in Daphnia magna Dieter Ebert
9 12.11. Christian Feregrino* Convergent cell fate specification in the developing vertebrate skeleton Patrick Tschopp
10 19.11. Quiterie Haenel* Whole-genome clinal analysis of lake-stream divergence on a small spatial scale in stickleback fish Daniel Berner
11 26.11. Fabio Sacher Evolutionary conserved cell fate specification networks Patrick Tschopp
12 3.12. Bianka Berki* Plasticity in the limb nervous system in response to supernumerary digits Patrick Tschopp
13 10.12. Telma Laurentino* Studying the tempo and mode of adaptation through wild tests and bony plates Daniel Berner
14 17.12. Elena Menéndez Tail plate and stylet regeneration in Macrostomum flatworms Lukas Schärer

Credit points

To obtain credit points for participation in this seminar, it is necessary to 1) attend the seminar regulary (sign the list) and 2) take part in 5 post-seminar discussions (about 30 minutes). The seminars where the name of the speaker is printed in bold type and marked with * will have a post-seminar discussion. During these discussions the quality of the talk will be discussed (in the obligatory absense of the speaker). The speaker will later receive feedback from one participant of the discussion.

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