Whitney Sip 'N Science Free Webinar March 11 - Dr. Elaine Seaver, Tracking Cells Through Space and Time
Published: Monday, March 8, 2021
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We miss all of you and as we prepare to be able to deliver our lifelong learning safely at Whitney's Lohman Auditorium, we have launched a short science series virtually to join together!
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March 11 - Dr. Elaine Seaver | Tracking Cells Through Space and Time
Join us for our March Webinar! Tracking animals has historically been a major focus throughout the millennia, whether for obtaining food or understanding environmental fluctuations, and much has been learned by merely watching. The same can be said about looking at small things, such as cells in an embryo. Dr. Elaine Seaver will give examples of important principles of normal embryo development by simply ‘watching’ cells move through space and time.
Dr. Seaver obtained a B.S. in biology at McGill University and earned her Ph.D. in biology at the University of Utah. She was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Seaver held a tenure-track position at the Kewalo Marine Lab at the University of Hawaii for 10 years as an assistant and associate professor. She has been at the University of Florida as a full professor of Biology since 2013.
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