Caroline’s Major October Goals
Submit sockeye SNPs manuscript. Validate sockeye senescence SNPs. Be a good TA for Integrative Environmental Physiology. Figure out how to proceed with Hansen Creek sockeye samples, which should arrive in about 2 weeks. Write essays for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship application. Keep on keeping on.
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Tired of listenings to Steven’s mumblings on genes and blasts? Check out NCBI’s own renditions.
1. Glare at Mac for gloating. 2. Prepare manuscript for C. gigas environmental response gene/pathway discovery. (This includes all labwork required for manuscript.) 3. Apply for grants: EPA-STAR, NDSEG, SICB research grant 4. Schedule written and oral exams for winter quarter. 5. Mentor a student doing a capstone. 6. Submit rockfish phylogeography manuscript.
“The Biological Effects of Climate Change: A...
BIOLOGY SEMINAR 4:00 PM SEMINAR PHYSICS/ASTRONOMY AUD. A102 REFRESHMENTS IN FOYER 3:45 PM AND FOL LOWING SEMINAR Tuesday, October 05, 2010 Climate change has already shifted species’ distribution ranges over the last decades, yet we know little about the underlying physiological mechanisms that determine these shifts. Several environmental factors contribute to these shifts: higher...
Mac's Goals for October:
1. be the first person to post October goals (check that one off) 2. then gloat about it (oh, check that one off too!) 3. write proposal for EPA-STAR Fellowship: Effects of endocrine disrupting compounds in the Pacific oyster: a systems biology approach (working title) 4. characterize DNMT1 gene in C.gigas: a. gene expression across tissue types b. ...
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Have a read of Amanda’s research on the subject. Amanda is starting a real job looking a muscle proteins! Congratulations and best wishes to her - we all enjoyed having her in the lab.
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FTR Meeting: Sept. 16th 1pm
The Roberts Lab is kicking off the beginning of another school year with our monthly FTR meeting. We will host, provide some snacks/beverages, and provide entertainment, er, I mean, practice talks for PGSC from some graduate students. We’re also inviting Lisa and Elene from that other building to participate and get some feedback on their talks/data, so please try to be welcoming and...
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