Discussion Groups & Journal Clubs
- Chromosome and Genome Biology Research Group
Brian Calvi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
12:15 p.m. every other Tuesday (fall semester)
Biology Bldg. 001
- Club Endo
Greg Demas (email@example.com)
10:00 a.m. every other Monday (fall semester)
Biology Bldg. 123 (Lieber Room); Fall 2021 meetings also available on Zoom
Club Endo is an informal journal club focusing on all things hormonal. Anyone interested in hormones, regardless of reason (teaching, research, other), regardless of species (plants, insects, vertebrates, whatever), and regardless of levels of action (cellular, molecular, organismal, behavioral, etc.) is welcome to attend the journal club.
Fall 2021 schedule: Sep. 20; Oct. 4, 18; Nov. 1, 15, 29; and Dec. 13. Contact Greg Demas to be added to the Club Endo Canvas site to receive announcements and updates.
Rich Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org)
12:00 noon on Mondays
The Ecolunch forum is an Ecology lunchtime discussion group. It brings together people on the IU Bloomington campus who study ecology at a variety of levels of biological organization—from genetics to populations and community ecology to ecosystems.
We typically have one or two people present some of their current research, with the aim of sharing ideas and results, getting feedback from the diverse group, and thinking about ecology and our research in new and broader ways.
We encourage interaction among researchers of all ecological disciplines. Recent presentations have focused on molecular, population, disease, ecotoxicology, and community ecology. We invite researchers with diverse interests to expand the breadth of our discussions.
Check the IU Biology events calendar for Ecolunch dates and topics.
Because Ecolunch is about circulating scientific ideas and professionalism, we offer guidance on how to give a presentation. See “How to give a seminar (or lecture)” by Curt Lively and Lynda Delph.
- EDG – Evolution Discussion Group
This group is focused on the topic of evolution, covering topics of general evolutionary interest and driven by diverse speakers from our department. The format is completely open, and will include general research/data talks, presentations on research ideas and developing questions, practice talks for conferences, and concept/discussion-driven presentations.
- EEB Brown Bag Seminar (BIOL-L 570)
- Evolutionary Cell Biology Journal Club
Tom Doak (email@example.com)
11:00 a.m. on Mondays
Biology Bldg. 123 (Lieber Room)
- Microphiles – Microbiology Research Discussions
Jake McKinlay (firstname.lastname@example.org)
12:20 p.m. on Fridays
Simon Hall 001
- SMURLAS – Physiology and Behavior Journal Club
Laura Hurley (email@example.com)
9:00 a.m. every other Monday (summer and fall semester)