Each week, the Duquesne Department of Biological Sciences host seminar speakers including many external speakers. Our Ph.D. students write blogs about these speakers to report on their interpreation of the seminar and it's impact on biology and society.
By: Brandon Dimick (Edited by Marisa Guido); Seminar February 8, 2019 by Dr. Shannon Stephens, University of California, San Diego
By: Kyle Emerson (Edited by Victoria Hrach); Seminar February 1, 2019 by Dr. Brittany Belin, California Institute of Technology
By: Barathi Balasubramonian (Edited by Catherine Bruno); Seminar January 25, 2019 by Dr. Julia Halo, Bowling Green State University
Linking Genotype, Phenotype, and Fitness: Comparing Genetic, Behavioral, Ecological, and Morphological Data in Primatology
By: David Macar (Edited by Briana Ports); Seminar April 6, 2018 by Dr. Brenda Bradley, The George Washington University
By: Emine Kahveci (Edited by Will King); Seminar March 23, 2018 by Dr. Nikki Shariat, Gettysburg College
By: Brooke Deal (Edited by Anton Evans); Seminar March 16, 2018 by Dr. Antoinette M. Maldonado-Devincci, North Carolina A&T State University
By: Brianna Ports (Edited by Harley Bobnar); Seminar February 14, 2018 by Drs. Rosemary Grant and Peter Grant, Princeton University
By: Will King (Edited by Dave Macar); Seminar February 9, 2018 by Dr. Joel Vega-Rodriquez, John Hopkins University
By: Anton Evans (edited by Emine Kahveci); Seminar February 2, 2018 by Dr. Michael Baum, Boston University
By: Harley Bobnar (edited by Brooke Deal); Seminar January 26, 2018 by Dr. Kathleen Sluka, University of Iowa
From Flicker to Fire: novel research program leads to increase retention in STEM and exciting discoveries in prophage-mediated defense strategies
By: Michelle Valkanas (edited by Charlotte Hacker); Seminar Mar 31, 2017 by Dr. Graham Hatfull, University of Pittsburgh
By: Thomas Kelly (edited by Heather Allen); Seminar Mar 24, 2017 by Dr. Gregory Dussor, University of Texas at Dallas
TAG!! You're it!! Increasing the production of triacylglycerol in oleaginous yeast and sparking a revolution in biofuels???
By: Alexiy Nikiforov (edited by Collin Kessler); Seminar Mar 17, 2017 by Dr. Stylianos Fakas, Alabama A&M University
By: Charlotte Hacker (edited by Natalie Hager); Seminar Feb 21, 2017 by Dr. Nick Lane, University College London
By: Heather Allen (edited by Brandon Hoening); Seminar Feb 17, 2017 by Dr. Vaughn Cooper, University of Pittsburgh
By: Collin Kessler (edited by Michelle Valkanas); Seminar Feb 10, 2017 by Dr. Heather Szabo-Rogers, University of Pittsburgh
By: Brandon Hoenig (edited by Thomas Kelly); Seminar Jan 27, 2017 by Dr. Sarah States, Phipps Conservatory
By: Natalie Hager (edited by Alexiy Nikiforov); Seminar Jan 20, 2017 by Dr. Chris Burd, Yale University
Game changing science in Pittsburgh - Oct 2017
Pittsburgh is a great hub for science. It is home to numerous institutions that present a world-class platform for interactive research and education, and an international portal for scientists to share their ground-breaking work. One such example is the annual Science event held at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Department of Biological Sciences at Duquesne University attracts PhD candidates of diverse scientific backgrounds. Our new graduate class this year comprises students with research experience that range from animal behavior and ecology to microbiomes and clinical research. Here, our new students report on their experiences attending the Game Changers talks at the recent Science 2017 event.
David A. Macar
Emine F. Kahveci