Evolutionary perspectives on malaria: humans, primates, and the parasites we share.
Amy Goldberg, Duke University
Tuesday September 27, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures
Innate immunity at the interface of host defense and immune disease
Naeha Subramanian, University of Washington
Tuesday September 13, 12-1pmQC, CA/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures
Topics in Neurogenomics & Genomic Privacy...
From Neanderthals to COVID-19: genetic and evolutionary sources of immune response variation in humans...
Mega-Meta with covSTATIS: or How to Perform Multivariate Factor Meta-Analysis
Herve Abdi - University of Texas at Dallas
Tuesday May 3, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures
Structure, Function, and Learning in Distributed Neuronal Networks
SueYeon Chung - NYU / Flatiron Institute
Tuesday April 19, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures
The riddle of dopamine
Sam Gershman - Harvard University
Tuesday April 12, 12-1pm
Zoom Link: https://mcgill.zoom.us/j/85428056343/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures
Parasites, animal migration, and how perspective shapes science
Allison Shaw, University of Minnesota
Tuesday April 5, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures
Contact Network Epidemiology: Heterogeneity and Stochasticity of Disease Spread
Antoine Allard, University of Laval
Tuesday March 22, 12-1pmQC, CA/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures