Warsaw Seminar Series in Ecology & Evolution

Together with Dr Magdalena Niedziałkowska from the Mammal Research Institute PAS Białowieża, the Wild Urban Evolution & Ecology Lab is organising a series of seminars in ecology and evolution. The seminars are held monthly and throughout the academic year, usually every 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1pm (with some rare exceptions!). Everyone is welcome!

Note: additional seminars may appear outside of the regular schedule outlined above.

Our speakers for Autumn 2019: 

Date & Time Speaker Affiliation Talk Title
September 25/09/2019 12:00

(CeNT seminar)

Sarah Knowles University of Oxford, UK What makes a microbiome? Ecological and evolutionary forces shaping the gut microbiota in wild mammals
October 09/10/2019 1pm Wiktor Kotowski Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw Wetlands, Climate & Extinction Rebellion
November 13/11/2018 1pm Jacek Radwan Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań  MHC evolution: benefits of novelty and costs of excess
December 11/12/2019 1pm
Marion Chatelain University of Innsbruck, Austria Metal pollution in the urban mosaic: its effects on bird populations
January 08/01/2020 1pm
Joanna Rutkowska INOŚ, Jagiellonian University, Kraków Family secrets revealed: meta-analytical insights into non-genetic maternal and paternal effects
February 05/2/2020 1pm
Nuria Selva IOP PAS Kraków The importance of keeping natural areas road-free
March 11/03/2020 1pm
Adam Petrusek Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic Crayfish plague from Central Europe to continental scale: distribution, diversity and impact of the pathogen?
April 08/04/2020 1pm
Piotr Łukasik INOŚ, Jagiellonian University, Kraków Genomic evolutionary patterns in heritable bacterial symbionts of insects
May    13/05/2019 1pm
June  10/06/2019

Location: Lecture theatre 0142, Centre of New Technologies, Banacha 2c, University of Warsaw. After entering CeNT, you will find  the lecture theatre 0142 ~10 meters to the right.

The seminar program for past academic years is available here.