The Institute for Conservation Research 2017 Seminar Series

Beckman Center for Conservation Research
15600 San Pasqual Valley Road
Escondido, CA 92027

Location: Main Conference Room, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Refreshments Provided
Public Welcome

May 24: Samantha Young, Institute for Conservation Research

May 17: John Clark, Ph.D., San Diego Zoo Global and Center for Plant Conservation
“Ending Plant Extinction: An Update on the San Diego Zoo Global and Center for Plant Conservation Partnership"

May 10: Lynn Cullens, Mountain Lion Foundation
“People, Pens, and Puma Concolor"

May 3: Shannon Randolph, Ph.D., Institute for Conservation Research

April 26: Adi Barocas, Ph.D., Institute for Conservation Research
“Investigating the Movement, Sociality, and Demography of Carnivores and Their Implications for Conservation"

April 19: Mathias Tobler, Ph.D., Institute for Conservation Research
“Preserving Peruvian Plant Specimens for Future Generations; Herbarium Digitalization in Peru"

April 12: Gary Albyn
“Manzovo - Place of the Elephants"

April 5: Rocio Palacios, Ph.D., Andean Cat Alliance, and Rodrigo Villalobos, Conflict Mitigation Program
“Conservation in Action: a Multinational Effort to Save the Soul of the Andes, the Andean Cat"

March 27: Thomas Mueller, Ph.D., Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Institute/Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany/Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
“Animal Movements: From Individual Behavior to Conservation Applications"

March 16: Stephanie Steele, Ph.D., Institute for Conservation Research
“Genome-wide Transcriptional Response to Water Deficit in a California Endemic Oak, Quercus Douglasii"

March 1: Ken-ichiro Kamei, Ph.D., Kyoto University
“Solving the Environmental Issues for Cells: Towards Precise Regulation of Stem Cell Functions"

January 25: Daniel T. Blumstein, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
“Can In Situ Predator Training Improve Reintroduction Success?"