Presentations

Our members and affiliates have presented innovative research to interdisciplinary audiences around the world.

Collins, James

2020 (Feb) (speaker and session organizer) w/ Frederick R. Davis, “Ecosystem Regeneration,” Regeneration Workshop, Indianapolis, IN

Davis, Frederick R.

2020 (Feb) (speaker and session organizer) w/ Jim Collins, “Ecosystem Regeneration,” Regeneration Workshop, Indianapolis, IN

2019 (Jul) (speaker and session organizer), “Implications of Shifting Baselines for Species Recovery and Ecosystems Regeneration,” International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB), Oslo, Norway

2019 (May) (speaker and organizer) w/ John Huss, “Refaunation in the Florida Keys and Krakatoa,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

De Sio, Fabio

2021 (July) (w/ Pamela Imperadore) “Deciphering regeneration through non‐model animals: A century of experiments on cephalopod mollusks and an outlook at the future,” Traditional Session: “Aquatic Organisms, regeneration, and the utility of ‘non-traditional’ model species” (Chair and organizer: Kathryn Maxson Jones), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2020 (Sept) (Paper presenter) “Centre and Periphery: Early Regeneration Experiments on cephalopods,” part of Panel: “Cephalopod Regeneration: Past, present, and future” (Organizer: Pamela Imperadore), Biology and Life History of Cephalopods. Behavior, cognition, evolution, ecology, fisheries, genomics, neuroscience, taxonomy,” an interim meeting of the international cephalopod community, CephRes2020 Virtual Event, Naples, Italy

2019 (Oct) “Neurons in context: Neuronal regeneration and disciplinary struggles in the first half of the XX Century,” Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL

2019 (May) “European regeneration research in vertebrates, 1900-1945,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

Doolittle, W. Ford

2021 (July) Diverse format Session, “Reconsidering Gaia” (Chair: S. Andrew Inkpen), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

Fangerau, Heiner M.

2021 (July) “Democratizing methods? Rhoda Erdmann (1870-1935) and the penumbra of early tissue culture research,” Traditional session: “Regeneration from cells to limbs” (Chair: Heiner Fangerau, Organizer: Kathryn Maxson Jones), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

Gazave, Eve

2020 (Oct) “Posterior regeneration in the annelid Platynereis dumerilii (invited speaker),” 1st Platynereis virtual meeting, online.

2019 (Nov) “Posterior regeneration in the annelid Platynereis dumerilii (invited speaker),” Roscoff Marine station, France.

2019 (Oct) “Posterior regeneration in the annelid Platynereis dumerilii,” Cost Meeting, Aquatic research models to study regeneration and aging, Nice, France.

2019 (Oct) “Posterior regeneration in the annelid Platynereis dumerilii” (invited speaker), Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.2019 (Sept) “Posterior regeneration in the annelid Platynereis dumerilii (invited speaker),” Villefranche sur mer Marine station, LBDV, France.

Guerrero, Anna

2019 (Jul) “How Images Shape the Concept of Regeneration in Microbial Communities,” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway

Huss, John

2019 (May) (speaker and organizer) w/ Fritz Davis, “Refaunation in the Florida Keys and Krakatoa,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

Inkpen, S. Andrew

2021 (July) Diverse format session, “How can living systems persist: Regeneration, failure, and the future” (Chair: Susan Fitzpatrick), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2021 (Apr) Invited Lecture, “What We’re Talking About When We’re Talking About Heath and Microbes,” Dalhousie University

2020 (Apr) “Patterns of Interaction as Units of Selection,” Integrated Bioscience (IB) Program, University of Akron, OH

2020 (Apr) “Functional Normativity and the Healthy Microbiome,” The Immunological Recognition of the Microbiota Approaching the Assymptote, Bordeaux, France

2020 (Feb) “Thinking About Regeneration in Microbial Systems,” Regeneration Mini-Conference, Indianapolis, IN

2019 (Oct) (refereed) “Health and Ecology,” Philosophy in Biology and Medicine (PhilInBioMed) Meeting, Bordeaux, France (could not attend—weather-related flight cancellation)

2019 (Oct) “Health and Ecology,” Atlantic Regional Philosophers Association (ARPA), Sydney, Nova Scotia

2019 (Jul) “Health and Ecology,” International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB), Oslo, Norway

2019 (May) (speaker and organizer) w/ Derek Skillings, “Microbiome Regeneration? For and Against” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA

2019 (Mar) (invited) “Health and Ecology,” Faculty of Arts Speaker Series, Brandon University, Manitoba, Canada

2019 (Feb) “The Artificial-Natural Distinction and Ecosystem Health,” Environmental Humanities, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Imperadore, Pamela

2021 (July) (w/ Fabio de Sio) “Deciphering regeneration through non‐model animals: A century of experiments on cephalopod mollusks and an outlook at the future,” Traditional Session: “Aquatic Organisms, regeneration, and the utility of ‘non-traditional’ model species” (Chair and organizer: Kathryn Maxson Jones), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2019 (Oct) w/ Graziano Fiorito, “Tissue regeneration: Cephalopod contribution over more than a century,” Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL

2019 (May) “Neural Regeneration Research After WWII: The Contributions of Cephalopods,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

Laplane, Lucie

2021 (July) “Clonal evolution: Toward a new view of clones,” Traditional Session: “Philosophy of Cancer, Part II” (Chair: Lucie Laplane), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2021 (May) “Clonal Evolution: a conceptual turn,” Les séminaires de la recherche, Gustave Roussy, Paris, France

2021 (April) “L’évolution clonale : le problème de l’identité cellulaire », A quoi sert un grand programme de génomique pour la cancérologie?, Le SIRIC LYriCAN, l’Institut François Rabelais pour la Recherche multidisciplinaire sur le cancer, le Centre Léon Bérard et le Cancéropole Lyon Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

2021 (Jan) With A. Jourdain “Clonal evolution, of what clones?”, Mini-workshop “Cancer and Evolution” co-organized with T. Pradeu, Virtual

2020 (Dec) “TCGA: data driven science, hypothesis free, assumption loaded?,” Curie, Perié lab.

2020 (Oct) “Stem cell: Between philosophy and biology,” Workshop: “Conceptual and Methodological Aspects of Biomedical Research,” Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague (virtual).

2020 (Oct) “The STEM project: integrating philosophy, phylogeny, and experimental biology to better understand stem cells,” Virtual Kick-off meeting of the ANR STEM Project.

2020 (Sept) (invited speaker) “Stemness,” Institut du Thorax, Nantes (virtual).

2020 (July) (invited speaker) “To portray clonal evolution in blood cancer, count your stem cells,”  ImmunoConcept, Bordeaux (virtual).

2020 (June) (with Jourdain, A. and Perié, L.) “A Philosophical Appraisal Of Clonal Evolution: Unlocking Conceptual Barriers To The Transition From Bench To Bedside,” European Hematology Association (EHA) annual meeting, Poster EP1773, Frankfurt (virtual).

2020 (April) “Cell lineage: how special is the germline,” Curie, Perié lab (discussed some of Kate MacCord’s work as well as other topics).

2020 (Feb) “Les dessous de l’évolution clonale, journées en hommage à Michel Morange,” Paris, France

2020 (Jan) “Dirty little secrets of clonal evolution,” Lab meeting, Leïla Perié’s lab, Instit Curie, Paris, France

2020 (Jan) “Cancer and stem cells,” Philosophy of Cancer Conference, Bristol, UK

2020 (Jan) “What is a clone?” Second workshop, Philosophy of Cancer Biology, Bordeaux, France

2019 (Dec) (invited) w/ Kate MacCord, “From Stemness identity in Cancers to Germline Identity in Metazoans,” KLI seminar, Vienna, Austria

2019 (Dec) “What is a clone?” New Technologies Empowering Biomedical Research, XIIè symposium for Jeunes Chercheurs de l’Institut Cochin (JeCCo), Paris, France

2019 (Oct) “Biological properties: the case of stemness.” Centre for Advanced Study, Oslo, Norway

2019 (Oct) “Clones: Time to take a look at assumptions?” Club Hematopoiesis and Oncogenesis (CHO), Giens, France

2019 (Oct) “PhiLabo: Why science needs philosophy and vice versa,” Department of Philosophy, Oslo, Norway

2019 (Oct) “PhiLabo: Philosophy ‘by other means,’” PhilInBioMed 2nd meeting, Bordeaux, France

2019 (Sept) “PhiLabo: How experimental work can help do better PinS,” European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA) annual meeting, Geneva, Switzerland

2019 (Sept) “What is stemness?” seminar of the Department of Biophysics, Institut Curie, Paris, France

2019 (July) (speaker and organizer) “Stemness in Homeostasis, Regeneration, and Cancer,” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway 

2019 (May) “Stem cells in regeneration and cancer,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA

2019 (Apr) “Cellules souches: philosophie et thérapies,” Neuroschool, Marseille, France

2019 (Mar) “Cellules souches normales et cancéreuses: une analyse conceptuelle,” Centre Léon Bérard, Lyon, France

2019 (Feb) “What is stemness and how does that matter?” Philosophy & Biology Seminar, Bordeaux, France

2019 (Feb) w/ Eric Solary, “Game of clones: stem cells and cancer,” Institute for Cancer Research, London, UK

Laubichler, Manfred

2021 (July) Diverse format session, “How can living systems persist: Regeneration, failure, and the future” (Chair: Susan Fitzpatrick), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

MacCord, Kate

2021 (July) Diverse format session, “How can living systems persist: Regeneration, failure, and the future” (Chair: Susan Fitzpatrick), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2020 (Nov) (invited instructor) Ethics and Philosophy of Biology Course. “Conceptualizing Development.” Strasbourg, France.

2020 (Jan) (invited) w/ B. Duygu Özpolat, “History and Philosophy and Germline,” Center for Biology and Society Conversation Series, Center for Biology and Society, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2019 (Dec) (invited) w/ B. Duygu Özpolat and Lucie Laplane, “Germline Identification in Metazoans,” Konrad Lorenz Institute Seminar, Vienna, Austria

2019 (Dec) (invited) w/ Lucie Laplane, “From Stemness identity in Cancers to Germline Identity in Metazoans,” Konrad Lorenz Institute Seminar, Vienna, Austria.

2019 (Nov) (panelist) w/ Jane Maienschein, Kathryn Maxson Jones, M. Susan Lindee, Betty Smocovitis, and Aaron Novick, “Biology Roundtable,” Science and Technology in the Long 20th Century, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

2019 (Oct) (invited speaker, session chair, and roundtable panelist) w/ B. Duygu Özpolat, “Germline Regeneration in Metazoans,” PhilInBioMed, Bordeaux, France

2019 (Jul) (speaker and organizer) w/ B. Duygu Özpolat, “Germline Regeneration in Metazoans,” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway

2019 (May) (speaker and organizer)  “History and Philosophy of Germ Cells,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

Maienschein, Jane

2021 (July) Diverse format session, “How can living systems persist: Regeneration, failure, and the future” (Chair: Susan Fitzpatrick), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2019 (Nov) (panelist) w/ Kate MacCord, Kathryn Maxson Jones, M. Susan Lindee, Betty Smocovitis, and Aaron Novick, “Biology Roundtable,” Science and Technology in the Long 20th Century, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

2019 (July) “Regeneration Across Scales,” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway

2019 (Apr) “130 Years of Biology at the MBL,” Northeastern Society for Developmental Biology Meeting

2019 (Feb) “History and Philosophy of Science Really Do Matter for Policy and Law,” American Philosophical Association, Central Division Meeting

2019 “Embryos and the Context of Life and Death,” Rutgers University History Seminar

2019 “Embryos in History: Diverging Meanings of Life,” University of California, Irvine

Maxson Jones, Kathryn

2021 (July) “Experimental organisms, neuron regeneration, and the curious case of the lamprey in the history of the neurosciences, 1870s-present,” Traditional Session: “Aquatic Organisms, regeneration, and the utility of ‘non-traditional’ model species” (Chair and organizer: Kathryn Maxson Jones), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

2021 (April) Invited Lecture, “Neuron Regeneration, Experimental Organisms, and the Curious Case of the Lamprey in the History of the Neurosciences, 1870s-Present,” HPSM Lecture, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

2020 (Oct) (session organizer and presenter) “Neuron Regeneration, Experimental Organisms, and the Curious Case of the Lamprey in 20th-Century Neurobiology,” History of Science Society (HSS) Annual Meeting, 8-11 Oct 2020 (postponed to 2021) (Session title: “Regeneration as a Boundary Concept: Dialogues between Basic and Applied Biology in the Long Twentieth Century,” w/ Kate MacCord, Jane Maienschein, and Frederick R. Davis), New Orleans, LA

2019 (Nov) (organizer) w/ Kate MacCord, Jane Maienschein, M. Susan Lindee, Betty Smocovitis, and Aaron Novick, “Biology Roundtable,” Science and Technology in the Long 20th Century, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

2019 (Oct) (poster presenter) w/ Jennifer R. Morgan, “Experimental organisms, neuron regeneration, and the curious case of the lamprey in the history of the neurosciences, 1960-present,” Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Chicago, IL

2019 (June) “Neurobiology @ the MBL: A History in Sources from the MBL-WHOI Library, Rare Books, & Archives,” MBL-WHOI Library Talk, Woods Hole, MA

2019 (May) (speaker and organizer) “ALamprey and Neuron Regeneration Research, 1975-Present,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

Matlin, Karl

2019 (Jul) “Functional Epithelial Cells in Culture,” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway

Özpolat, B. Duygu

2019 (May) “Germ Line Regeneration Across Metazoa,” MBL-ASU History of Biology Summer Seminar, Woods Hole, MA

Perié, Leïla

2019 (Jul) “Comparing Regeneration and Steady State Dynamics of Hematopoietic Stem Cells: What is the Data Telling Us?” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway

Reiß, Christian

2021 (July) “Cut and paste: The Mexican Axolotl, experimental practices, and the long history of regeneration research in amphibians, 1864-present,” Traditional Session: “Aquatic Organisms, regeneration, and the utility of ‘non-traditional’ model species” (Chair and organizer: Kathryn Maxson Jones), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

Santana, Carlos

2019 (Jul) “Restoration, Regeneration, and Novel Ecosystems,” ISHPSSB, Oslo, Norway

Stahnisch, Frank W.

2021 (Jul) “Brain regeneration phenomena, morphological research advances, and the practical implications of theory dynamics in modern bio-medicine,” Traditional session: “Regeneration from cells to limbs” (Chair: Heiner Fangerau, Organizer: Kathryn Maxson Jones), ISHPSSB virtual meeting, hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

Vervoort, Michel

2020 (Nov) “Epigenetic view of regeneration in the annelid worm Platynereis dumerilii,” Meeting “From cells to embryos,” Paris, France.2020 (Oct) “Epigenetic view of regeneration in the annelid worm Platynereis dumerilii,” 1st Platynereis virtual meeting, online.

2019 (Oct) w/ Eve Gazave, Anabelle Planques, Hsien-chao Chou, Loïc Bideau, Luis Carlos Carreira, Stephan Q. Schneider “Molecular and Cellular Events Underlying Posterior Regeneration in the Annelid Platynereis Dumerili,” European Developmental Biology Congress (EBDC), Alicante, Spain.

2019 (May) “Transcriptomic analysis of Platynereis dumerilii regeneration,” 9th meeting of the EFOR network, Paris, France.

Worliczek, Hanna

2019 (Jul) “Entangling Morphology and Physiology: The Trajectory of Simple and Complex Systems of Cultured Cells in 1980s Research on Cytoskeleton-Environment Interactions,” MBL-WHOI Library Talk, Woods Hole, MA