Current Biology Seminar March 22, 2022

 

The Basic Sciences Division hosts a weekly Current Biology Seminar series where leading-edge researchers are invited from around the world to share their latest scientific breakthroughs. Lectures are typically every Tuesday and are held as virtual events.

 

Sharlene Santana, Ph.D.

Speaker

Sharlene Santana, Ph.D.
University of Washington, Department of Biology
Curator of Mammals, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Washington

The Santana Lab research integrates studies of the morphology, performance, behavior and ecology of mammals to understand the processes that drive their diversification. Their work involves collection of data in the field from free-ranging animals, including bite force and feeding behavior, along with lab techniques to study morphology and function, such as micro-CT scanning, laser scanning, dissections, geometric morphometrics, biomechanical modeling, finite element analyses, and phylogenetic comparative methods.

Seminar Title: From molecules to clades: Integrative studies of bat diversification

Join Us at Our Virtual Lecture

Zoom:

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87929318013?pwd=aFZKZ0x6aU5aSG5GOElRd0Z6UkVxZz09

Meeting ID: 879 2931 8013
Passcode: cbs

Date:
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
Start Time:
12 p.m. PDT
Location:
Virtual
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Last Modified, March 21, 2022