Seminars and Events

Seminars

25th January 2016

Departmental Seminar: Biological markets and the evolution of human cooperation

Professor Pat Barclay (University of Guelph, Canada)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

1st February 2016

Departmental Seminar: Slow speciation rates in land vertebrates on long timescales

Dr Roger Benson (University of Oxford)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

8th February 2016

Departmental Seminar: The impact of immunogenetic variation on HIV disease

Professor Mary Carrington (NIH National Cancer Institute, USA)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

10th February 2016

Seminar: Whole genome sequencing from clinical material provides insights into pathogen evolution and disease

Professor Judith Breuer (Professor of Virology, University College London, Division of Infection & Immunity)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm

15th February 2016

Departmental Seminar: Ecological implications of individual variation in demography, growth, and dispersal

Professor Bruce Kendall (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

22nd February 2016

Departmental Seminar: Energetics and mechanics of predator prey interaction in large African mammals

Professor Alan Wilson (Royal Veterinary College)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

29th February 2016

Departmental Seminar: The salmon of Knowledge: from food to genome biology

Dr Daniel Macqueen (University of Aberdeen)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

2nd March 2016

Seminar:A systems’ approach into mathematical modelling of T-cell immunity

Dr Barbara Szomolay (Systems Immunity Research Institute, Cardiff University)
Venue: D37, Department of Zoology, 1pm.

7th March 2016

Departmental Seminar: What makes a successful parasite? Evolution of strategies for survival and reproduction

Professor Sarah Reece (University of Edinburgh)
Venue: Lecture Theatre B, Department of Zoology, 4pm.

Please note that access to the Department of Zoology's seminar rooms and the lecture theatres in the Tinbergen Building is only allowed to those who hold a valid University card. You will be required to show your card on entry to the building.