Episode 35 – Idioms of Normality hosted by Dr. Paul H. Mason
WE ARE DEALING WITH AN INVISIBLE ENEMY | Is normality a good way to think about evolutionary biology
Is normality a good way to think about evolutionary biology? This is podcast episode 35 of Idioms of Normality. A series hosted by Dr. Paul Mason for #futureframedTV.
In this episode, Paul speaks with Professor Ryszard Maleszka from the Australian National University.
Ryszard Maleszka received his MSc and a PhD from the Department of Genetics, University of Warsaw and has done postdoctoral work at the National Research Council of Canada before moving to Australia in 1987. Since 1998 he has been spearheading a research theme called ‘From Molecules to Memory’ that uses invertebrate model systems to study the genotype to phenotype link, and to understand how epigenetic modifications contribute to environmentally-driven phenotypic plasticity and the maintenance of memory. He is a member of several genomic consortia and advisor to genomic databases. He has published over 100 papers including research and popular articles, reviews and book chapters.