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Summer 2017 FHL Seminar Series begins today

We start the FHL Seminar Series for the summer with:
John Wares, University of Georgia
“RNA expression and disease tolerance are associated with a “keystone mutation” in the ochre sea star Pisaster ochraceus”
William Kem, University of Florida
“Paranemertes Toxin as a Template for Designing New Drugs?”
Join us every Wenesday at 7:00 pm in the Commons. 

Summer 2017 FHL Seminar Series

Upcoming Summer Events at FHL

Paul Illg Distinguished Lectureship
Dr. Lauren Mullineaux, a biological oceanographer, Senior Scientist and Chair of the Biology Department at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, will present two lectures.

Public lecture: Monday June 26, 7pm San Juan Community Theater, “Are deep-sea hydrothermal vent communities resilient to disturbance?”
Scientific lecture: Wednesday June 28, 7pm FHL Commons, “Larval behavior in response to cues in a dynamic ocean.”

Koz Fest
Please join us for a memorial celebration of Gene Kozloff at FHL on Saturday July 29, 3pm-6. 

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May 2017 Tide Bite

Happy May Day to our FHL friends and family!
On Friday night, we had a lovely meal celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the FHL Advancement Board. This enthusiastic group of FHL supporters was the brilliant foresight of previous Director Dennis Willows and friend and supporter Bob Lundeen. 

FHL Tide Bite

Spring Seminars begin TODAY

Welcome to FHL, for those who have just arrived!
This spring we will have seminars every Weds at 4 pm in the Commons, except for one week when the talk will be on Monday, and for the last week of the quarter when we will have student project talks instead (TBD). 

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50th Anniversary NWDBC at FHL

This week we have the 50th Anniversary of the Northwest Developmental Biology Conference at FHL.  The regional conference was started in 1967, by Arthur Whiteley, a UW Biology Professor,  continued for nearly 30 years by Lynn Riddifiord (UW Biology) with a Developmental Biology Training Grant from NIH, and has been continued by the Seattle Developmental Biology Group since then. 

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