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Life Sciences Cafe: New Faculty Seminar

Kerry Geiler-Samerotte, assistant professor for the School of Life Sciences at ASU presents, "How Many Traits Can You Measure in a Single Cell?"

Modern technologies measure thousands of molecular-level phenotypes. Geiler-Samerotte traces the impact of a single genetic change through myriad molecular-level changes.

Silvie Huijben, assistant professor for the School of Life Sciences, will also present "Outsmarting Insecticide- and Drug-Resistance Evolution."

Insecticide-resistant mosquitoes and drug-resistant parasites are a major hurdle for malaria control and eradication. Can we incorporate evolutionary principles to get ahead of the game?

Meet the presenters and enjoy coffee and dessert.

This seminar is part of the Life Sciences Cafe seminar series. Seminars are presented every Friday through Nov. 16, 2018.

Department: 
School of Life Sciences
Contact: 
Heather Bean
Location: 
Life Sciences C 202
Campus: 
Tempe campus
Price: 
Free