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Elk in California: History, current status, and future of California’s largest land mammal

Tom Batter PhD Student Mammalian Ecology and Conversation Unit University of California Tom Batter, University of California, Davis, Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit, shares his California…

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A New Platform for Discovery of Novel HIV Host-Pathogen Interactions

Joe Hiatt, MSTP V, University of California, San Francisco Lab of Alex Marson MD, PhD Joe Hiatt explains the basic background, lifecycle, and risk levels for HIV. This worldwide epidemic starting in…

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From Micro to Macro: The Trophic Regulation of a Multispecies Protective Mutualism

Dr. Elizabeth Pringle Faculty, University of Nevada, Reno In this presentation, Dr. Elizabeth Pringle explains – and provides examples of – mutualism in the natural world. She…

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Low 25-Hydroxyvitamin D, Myofascial Pain, Low Magnesium, and Soft Water

Jane M. Hightower, MD California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco Dr. Jane Hightower, a CSU Chico alum, has been researching a possible relationship between soft water and myofascial pain.…

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The Role of MUTYH in Cancer Progression

Dr. Alan Raetz Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Dr. Raetz, a graduate of the CSU, Chico biological sciences master’s degree program, discusses how DNA damage and repair relates to…

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E.coli, the Uninvited Dinner Guest

Dr. Susanne Lindgren Faculty, Department of Biological Sciences, CSU, Sacramento Dr. Lindgren talks about E.coli, the bacteria responsible for many cases of food poisoning, which often causes…

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Digestive physiology of the Phasmatodea

Matan Shelomi PhD Candidate Department of Entomology, UC Davis Matan Shelomi provides insight into the remarkably complex digestive system of the phasmatodea, an insect also known as the…

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Gliding Motility in Filamentous Cyanobacteria

Dr. Doug Risser Faculty, University of the Pacific Cyanobacteria are a phylum of bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. They are very versatile organisms. Dr. Risser’s…

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The Role of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science in Bioinformatics

Dr. Todd A. Gibson Faculty, CSU, Chico Computer Science Department As an example to introduce the field of bioinformatics, Dr. Gibson discusses the Human Genome Project, a 13-year, $3 billion…

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Microtubules in growth and morphogenesis

Dr. Jessica Lucas Plant Biologist, Assistant Professor, Santa Clara University One of the main differences between plant and animal cells lies with tiny structures within cells that are made of…

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Diet-Genome Interactions: An Example of Multi-Scale Biology and Cross-Kingdom Regulation

Dr. Raymond L. Rodriguez Professor, UC, Davis The focus of Dr. Rodriguez’ presentation is the interaction between human genes and our dietary environment. He asserts that this interaction is…

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Biological Sciences Career Day - Applied and Lab Sciences Panel

Applied and Lab Sciences Panel Four professionals talk about the varied careers they have pursued after earning degrees in the biological sciences. They each give presentations about their work…

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