Seminar series

We run a regular programme of seminars for staff and students.

The programme covers a variety of topics and themes and are part of the vibrant culture within the School.

All seminars commence at 13:10 except where marked.

DateSpeakerTitleLocationDivision

13/12/2018

Starts at 13:10

John Pickett - Cardiff University

Manipulating Chemical Communication between Organisms for Protection of the Environment

Preparatory Reading Material 1

Preparatory Reading Material 2

E/0.09

OnE

10/01/2019

Starts at 13:10

Barbara Tschirren - University of Exeter

Evolution in Action in a Natural Rodent-Borrelia System

E/0.09

OnE

17/01/2019

Starts at 13:10

Tom Williams - University of Bristol

Where do eukaryotes go in the tree of life?

E/0.09

OnE

24/01/2019

Starts at 13:10

Rob Ogden - Edinburgh University, Roslin Institute

Wildlife Conservation Genetics: Applications of molecular data to management and law enforcement

E/0.09

OnE

25/01/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Carolina Rezaval - University of Birmingham

Neural basis of sexual behaviours in fruit flies

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

31/01/2019

Starts at 13:10

Rosemary Moorhouse-Gann - Cardiff University

DNA metabarcoding to inform ecosystem restoration and rewilding: Aldabra giant tortoises in Mauritius

E/0.09

OnE

01/02/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Jonathan Mill - University of Exeter

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

07/02/2019

Starts at 13:10

Jenny MacPherson - Vincent Wildlife Trust

The return of the native: how pine marten reinforcement in Wales may inform species recovery in the UK more widely

E/0.09

OnE

08/02/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Stefan Przyborski - Durham University

Advanced Cell Culture Technology for Generation of In Vivo-like Tissue Models

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

12/02/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Dr Hans-Wilhelm Nutzmann - University of Bath

Cell plasticity in development and disease

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

14/02/2019

Starts at 13:10

Darren Evans - Newcastle University

Merging DNA metabarcoding and ecological network analysis to understand and build resilient terrestrial ecosystems

E/0.09

OnE

15/02/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Paul Lucassen - Universiteit Van Amsterdam

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

28/02/2019

Starts at 13:10

Robyn Shaw - Cardiff University

To be confirmed

E/0.09

OnE

01/03/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Robert Hindges - MRC Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Kings College London

To be confirmed

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

07/03/2019

Starts at 13:10

Camille Bonneaud - University of Exeter

To be confirmed

E/0.09

OnE

08/03/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Mark O Collins - University of Sheffield

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

12/03/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Maria Angela Nieto Toledano -Universitas Miguel Hernandez, Spain

To be confirmed

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

21/03/2019

Starts at 13:10

Araxi Urrrutia - University of Bath

Genomic signatures of sexual selection in mammals

E/0.09

OnE

22/03/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Angelica Zepeda - Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Do new neurons contribute to adult brain repair?

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

29/03/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Federico Dajas-Bailador - University of Nottingham

Role of microRNAs in axon development and neuron connectivity

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

11/04/2019

Starts at 13:10

Hugh D. Loxdale - Honorary Professor, Cardiff University

What aphids teach us about cutting edge ecological-evolutionary processes

E/0.09

OnE

17/05/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Robert Taylor - Newcastle University

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

07/06/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Ted Abel - University of Iowa

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

14/06/2019

Stephan von Hörsten - Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Neurodevelopmental and stress-related aspects in models of Huntington and Alzheimer´s disease

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO