Department of Biology Hosts Bodenstein Lecture Series

chris-doe
May 17, 2017

On May 11th, the Department of Biology held the Deitrich Bodenstein Distinguished Lecture Series in Developmental Biology.  Hosted by Dr. Sarah Siegrist, this year’s talk, entitled “Development and function of a locomotor circuit in Drosphila”, was presented by Dr. Chris Q. Doe.  Dr. Doe is a Professor of Biology at the University of Oregon, as well as a member and co-director of the institution’s Institute of Neuroscience.  His main research interest is “Drosophila Neuro Development: From Stem Cells to Circuits.”  The Bodenstein lecture series has been held at the University of Virginia for decades, and has become an annual occurrence within the Department.

To learn more about Dr. Doe’s research, click here.