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SFSU Brown Bag Research Lunch Series

SFSU Brown Bag Research Lunch Series

Fall 2017 and Spring 2018
Time: 12:30-1:30
Location: HH 501

Monthly presentations of current scientific research in Biology and throughout the College of Science and Engineering (CoSE) at San Francisco State University

What is brown bag research lunch? It is a monthly meeting in Hensill Hall 501 designed to increase our knowledge of the current and proposed research-taking place the Biology Department and throughout the CoSE. Most presentations are short (20 min) and are meant to be low-key and open for discussions. Chalk talks (no slides) welcome. This research series is also available for full-length research talks (40 min + questions; e.g. pre-tenure talks), or graduate student research talks. Everyone is welcome!!


Date: 9/12/2017
Presentor: Dr. Scott Roy
Affiliation: SF State - Biology
Title: Understanding Weird Biology: The Cases of Introns and Atypical Sex Chromosomes

Date: 10/10/2017
Presentor: Dr. Jose de la Torre
Affiliation: SF State - Biology
Title: The Archaea

Presentor: Dr. Yadira Ibarra
Affiliation: SF State - Earth and Climate Sciences
Title: Geomicrobiology of freshwater carbonate springs

To Be Announced

ARE YOU writing a grant? Or do you have a really new set of data you want to get feedback on? This is the series for you! Please join us! Contact Vance for more details (

Vance T. Vredenburg
Department of Biology, SFSU