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Weekly Schedule

Week 19(6 - 10May 2019)

Weekly schedule by email: Every Friday afternoon the weekly schedule for the coming week is distributed by email. If you also want to receive our weekly schedules, please send an email to your expertise group secretary or to the GELIFES Office and you will be added to the mailing list.

Announcements for the weekly schedule: If you have anything to announce that is of interest to all institute members, including literature / book discussions, please send an email to GELIFES Office before 12:00 hr on Thursday.

Monday 6

Room

09:30

LAB/OBP Noord – Weekly meeting

5171.0340

12:15

NEUROBIOLOGY – Molecular Neurobiology Group Meeting

Doortje Dekens will have a rehearsal for her PhD defense (May 15)

5171.0504

13:00

GREEN Marine Biology

Titus Hielkema : The non-replicability of STRUCTURE software-based studies
5172.0571

Tuesday 7

Room

09:15

GREEN – Microbial Ecology Weekly meeting & presentation

Xuhui Deng : Responsiveness of suppressive rhizopshere microbiome under Ralstonia solanacearum invasion

5171.0504
12:00

NEUROBIOLOGY – CHRONO – Lunch Meeting

Maura Terpstra : planning research project

5171.0504
12:00

Conseco Lunchmeeting

Alessia Prospero : First-time study on the physiological interaction between seagrass and potential pathogenic oomycetes

5172.0571
12:30

EGDB

Natalie van Dis (PhD introductory talk): Mechanism of adaptation to climate change in Winter moth

5172.0679

Wednesday 8

Room

12:00

GREEN – Plant Ecophysiology Weekly meeting & presentation

Christa Robbe : The origin and prevalence of systemin in Solanaceae

5173.0347
12:00

NEUROBIOLOGY - Behavioral Neuroscience Lab meeting

Jocelien Olivier : Transmission of antidepressants from mother to offspring: role of the gut microbiome

Anouk Willems : Practice National Famelab Final

5171.0504

Thursday 9

Room

12:00

NEUROBIOLOGY – CHRONO – Journal Club

Roelof Hut: Qu et al. 2018 PNAS

5171.0504
12:00

GREEN – lunchmeeting

Luke Rendell

5173.0050
16:00

GELIFES Seminars

Luke Rendell (University of St. Andrews): The cultural lives of cetaceans and the reach of gene-culture co-evolution outside humans

5171.0415

Friday

Room

No announcements

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