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Upcoming activities

Weekly tea breaks will be held on Thursday at 15.30; followed by an inspirational seminar (details below) at 16.00.

Date Activity
12 Jan 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Staffan Bensch (Lund university): Genetics of migration in long-distance migratory songbirds
13 Jan 2017 PhD defence (16:15 - Academy Building)
Els Atema (Behavioural & Physiological Ecology): Telomeres, workload and life-history in great tits
23 Jan 2017 PhD defence (14:30 - Academy Building)
Stephanie Jurburg (Microbial Ecology): Ecological resilience of soil microbial communities
26 Jan 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Ronnie de Jonge (Utrecht University): The root microbiome and plant health
02 Feb 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Ally Phillimore (University of Edinburgh): Plasticity and temperature-mediated shifts in the optimum lay date in birds
10 Feb 2017 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Martin Hinsch (Behavioural Ecology/Theoretical Biology) Why do animals have territories?
10 Feb 2017 PhD defence (14:30 - Academy Building)
Helene de Paoli (Conservation Ecology): Restoring mussel beds - A guide on how to survive on an intertidal mudflat
16 Feb 2017 Groningen Lectures in Theoretical Biology (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Magnus Enquist (Stockholm University): A potentially important difference between humans and other animals
02 Mar 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Troy Murphy (Trinity University, USA): The aggressive hue of territorial females - The evolution of female competition and coloration
09 Mar 2017 Groningen Lectures in Theoretical Biology (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Mikael Puurtinen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland): Evolution of male and female mate choice for inclusive and direct benefits
13 Mar 2017 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Ewelina Kurtys (Molecular Neurobiology): The impact of nutrition on neuroinflammation in vitro and in vivo
16 Mar 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Jan Komdeur (GELIFES - BPE): Implications of adult sex ratio variation for sociality and population demography
22 Mar 2017 Symposium (11:00 - 5171.0415)
Domien Beersma (GELIFES - Chronobiology): Sleep
23 Mar 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Peter Kappeler (Universität Göttingen & Deutsches Primatenzentrum): The evolution of sex roles in primates
24 Mar 2017 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Elzemiek Geuverink (Evolutionary Genetics, Development & Behaviour) Parental and endosymbiont effects on sex determination in haplodiploid wasps - Who is in control?
27 Mar 2017 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Jeanine Kamphuis (Neurobiology) The relation between sleep and violent aggression
30 Mar 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5172.0571)
Nicolas Gompel (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich): Regulatory evolution and the diversification of pigmentation patterns in Drosophila
20 Apr 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Roelof Hut (GELIFES - Neurobiology): Clock systems - Bridging neurobiology, ecology, and evolution
21 Apr 2017 PhD defence (09:00 - Academy Building)
Joao Leite Gusmao Junior (Marine Biology): Sediments and functional traits - Applying a functional trait approach to assess marine macrobenthic function
28 Apr 2017 PhD defence (16:15 - Academy Building)
Enrique Gil Ponce (Chronobiology): Ambulatory assessment of human circadian phase and related sleep disorders from heart rate variability and other non-invasive physiological measurements
04 May 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Rob Barton (Durham University): Brains growing on the tree of life - A phylogenetic approach to brain structure & function
11 May 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Bernard Thierry (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert CURIEN, Strasbourg): Female mate choice and male–male competition in primates: Who decides? - The case of Tonkean macaques
18 May 2017 Groningen Lectures in Theoretical Biology (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Yoh Iwasa (Kyushu University, Japan): Will theoretical studies contribute to biology and life sciences?
01 June 2017 Mini Symposium NIOZ/ConsEco: "Animal behaviour in a changing environment - Ecological causes and consequences of food choice" (13:05, NIOZ Texel)
Speakers: Melissa Bateson (University of Newcastle), André de Roos (UvA), Mo Verhoeven, Thomas Oudman, Theunis Piersma
02 June 2017 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Thomas Oudman (Conservation Ecology): Red knot habits - An optimal foraging perspective on tidal life at Banc d’Arguin, Mauritania
Wednesday
14 June 2017
GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5172.0571)
Sara Aton (University of Michigan): Sleep-dependent memory formation - Brain rhythms make new information stick
16 June 2017 Mini Symposium NIOO/Chronobiology: "Time management in a changing world" (11:00 - 5172.0571)
Speakers: Bill Schwartz (University of Texas), Christiaan Both, Barbara Tomotani
16 June2017 PhD defence (16:15 - Academy Building)
Barbara Mizumo Tomotani (Chronobiology): "Managing time in a changing world - Timing of avian annual cycle stages under climate change
21 June 2017 Energie: meer dan elektriciteit (18:30 - Energy Academy Europe, Nijenborgh 6)
29 June 2017 GELIFES Seminars (16:00 - 5172.0571)
Markus Schmidt (Universitätsklinik für Neurologie, Hopital Universitaire de Berne): The energy allocation model of sleep function
30 June 2017

PhD defence (14:30 - Academy Building)
Erin van Buel (Neurobiology): Towards a neurobiological view of depression - Search for diagnostic biomarkers and alterations by electroconvulsive therapy

11 July 2017

PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Yun Dong (Neurobiology): Therapeutic strategies for neurodegenerative disorders

14 July 2017

PhD defence (9:00 - Academy Building)
Katharina Fietz (Marine Biology): Divergence and adaptive capacity of marine keystone species

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