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The Department of Biological Sciences is committed to the discovery and sharing of scientific knowledge. We host monthly seminars to provide a forum to showcase the career journeys and current work of CSH faculty and students, investigators at area institutions, and collaborators nationwide. We invite everyone in the DePaul community to attend. Contact the Seminar Committee with questions or suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Seminars are held Fridays at 2pm in McGowan South 105 and on Zoom.
Dr. Thiru Ramaraj: Graph-Based Machine Learning Approaches to Pangenomics. 1/20/23
Dr. Windsor Aguirre: The fishes of my father's river - A journey across continents, biomes, and cultures to DePaul. 11/11/22
Dr. Michele Morgan: On being useful :Perspectives on DEI in psychological research and practice. 10/14/22
Meet and Greet. 9/16/22
Dr. Jesus Pando: My Winding Path to Astrophysics (oh, and Protein Folding). 5/20/22
Dr. Christie Klimas: Conservation and development in the Amazon and beyond - Promoting Alternatives to Deforestation through Individual and Collective Action. 4/22/22
Dr. Ramiah Jacks: My Journey from Undergraduate Researcher to Postdoctoral Fellow. 3/11/22
Dr. Yoel Stuart: Understanding Evolution by Observing What Darwin Couldn't, or Wouldn't. 2/11/22
Drs. Doug Bell and Bridget Cotti-Rausch: A Federal Perspective on Applying a STEM Degree. 1/11/22
Dr. Sara Gushgari-Doyle: Genotype to Ecotype in the Terrestrial Subsurface.
Dr. Tim Sparkes: Journey to Aquatic Biology & Education: First Gen, Foreign, & a Little Bit Fishy. 10/15/21