[Ocees] Sharlene Santana visit and seminar - Nov 6: "Bat Cranial Diversity: From Ontogeny to Macroevolution"
willias7 at ohio.edu
Mon Oct 23 10:48:47 EDT 2017
Sharlene Santana (http://faculty.washington.edu/ssantana/wordpress/ ) will be speaking in the BIOS/BMS Seminar Series on Nov 6 from 2-3 PM in Stocker 103. Sharlene's research integrates experiments and biomechanical modeling of the mammalian feeding system with evolutionary and ecological studies to understand factors contributing to phenotypic diversity. Her talk is titled "Bat Cranial Diversity: From Ontogeny to Macroevolution." Sharlene has recently published her work in journals such as Evolution, Functional Ecology, Infection Ecology and Epidemiology, Nature Scientific Reports and Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. She currently has active NSF grants totaling close to $2 million.
For those of you in the Fundamentals in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology grad seminar, Sharlene's research and talk dovetails very nicely with the section I will leading starting that week on Morphology, Mechanics and Performance.
If you would like to meet with Sharlene, please email me your preferred time from the available timeslot(s) below. If you think you need more than 30 minutes, please let me know.
Monday, Nov 6
8:00-10:00 AM Breakfast, OU Inn - Susan Williams (with visit to biomechanics lab)
11:30 AM-12:00 PM
12:00-1:00PM Lunch with BIOS grad students
1:30-2:00 PM Break/Talk setup
2:00-3:00 Seminar Stocker 103
3:30-4:00 Break or will fill with a meeting if we need the time
5:00- Drinks/Dinner Location TBD
Tuesday, Nov 7
8:00-9:00 AM Breakfast at OU Inn or on campus
11:00 AM Leave for the airport
Susan H. Williams, PhD
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
Department of Biomedical Sciences
228 Irvine Hall
Athens, OH 45701
Tel: 740.593.2363 * Fax: 740.593.2400
Office: Life Sciences Building Rm. 121
Lab: Life Sciences Building Rm. 110
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