Date Event Speaker Institution Title Poster
09 Dec 2021 Seminar Prof. Johannes Walter Harvard Medical School, Boston Transcription-coupled DNA repair in a test tube Available here
08 Dec 2021 Seminar Maria Placentino, IMB Alumna ICON plc Career Café Live - Life after PhD Available here
27 Oct 2021 IMB Green Seminar Dr Kerstin Hermuth-Kleinschmidt NIUB Sustainability Consulting The EcomappingTM -Method: a practical approach to make your lab more sustainable Available here
14 Oct 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Andrew Deans St Vincent's Institute, Melbourne, Australia Biochemical reconstitution of the Fanconi Anaemia pathway and its role in genome stability Available here
05 Oct 2021 GenEvo Seminar Dr David Gokhman Weizmann Institute of Science Human evolution through the lens of gene regulation Available here
28 Sep 2021 GenEvo Seminar Prof. Bill Wickstead University of Nottingham Different kit, same rules? Evolution and regulation of the non-canonical kinetochores of trypanosomes Available here
16 Sep 2021 IMB Seminar Prof. Alexei Aravin California Institute of Technology (Caltech), USA Ancient Argonautes Available here
09 Sep 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Kyle Miller The University of Texas at Austin, US Protecting Genome Integrity: Chromatin, Cancer and the DNA Damage Response Available here
07 Sep 2021 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Hendrik Huthoff Jena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena Looking after your mental health in academia Available here
22 Jul 2021 IMB Seminar Prof. Christopher Burge Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA CANCELLED: Interpreting non-coding genetic variation through the lens of RNA-binding proteins Available here
19 Jul 2021 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Zoë Ayres Analytical Scientist & Mental Health Advocate The human element: Managing mental health and why we are more than just our research Available here
21 Jun 2021 IMB Seminar Prof. Brenda Schulman Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried Dynamic E3 ubiquitin ligase mechanisms Available here
01 Jun 2021 GenEvo Seminar Dr Marie-Anne Félix Institut de Biologie de l'École Normale Supérieure A model organism in the wild: C. elegans in an evolutionary and ecological context Available here
20 May 2021 IMB Seminar Prof. Rudolf Jaenisch Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Cambridge, USA Reverse - transcribed SARS-CoV-2 RNA can integrate into the human genome and can be transcribed in patient-derived tissues Available here
12 May 2021 IMB Seminar Dr Núria López-Bigas Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Barcelona Tumor genomes shed light into somatic mutational processes and cancer vulnerabilities Available here
10 May 2021 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Desiree Dickerson Academic Mental Health & Well-being Consultant Navigating uncertainty during COVID times Available here
06 May 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Dipanjan Chowdhury Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston Expanding the scope of DNA repair factors - replication and beyond Available here
29 Apr 2021 IMB Seminar Dr Jan-Michael Peters Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna How cohesin folds the genome by loop extrusion Available here
27 Apr 2021 IMB Green Seminar Patrick Frick PAN-Biotech Cell Culture For Future Available here
22 Apr 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Agnel Sfeir Sloan Kettering Institute / MSKCC, New York City DNA repair: A tale of two genomes Available here
21 Apr 2021 Ad Hoc Seminar Prof. Thomas Rigotti Institute of Psychology, JGU/ Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research How the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacts Scientists – About Risks and Coping Options Available here
15 Apr 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Nick Gilbert University of Edinburgh Regulation of large scale chromatin architecture in human cells Available here
13 Apr 2021 GenEvo Seminar Prof. Jacintha Ellers Free University of Amsterdam Genome evolution during symbiosis: a tale of loss and expansion Available here
18 Mar 2021 IMB Seminar Dr Myriam Gorospe National Institute on Aging, NIH, Baltimore, USA Regulatory RNA in Cellular Senescence Available here
11 Mar 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Dominik Boos University of Duisburg-Essen A regulation platform of vertebrate replication origin firing – the MTBP-Treslin complex Available here