Date Event Speaker Institution Title Poster
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
25 Feb 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Dan Durocher University of Toronto Synthetic lethality and DNA repair Available here
23 Feb 2021 GenEvo Seminar Dr Yannick Wurm Queen Mary University London Evolutionary innovations in ants & bees: genetic architectures & constraints Available here
18 Feb 2021 IMB Seminar Prof. Peter Becker Biomedical Center Munich, LMU Munich Snapshots of divergent evolution towards sex chromosome-specific gene regulation Available here
11 Feb 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Susan M. Gasser FMI Basel Remodeling the chromatin landscape in response to damage: dynamics and degradation Available here
03 Feb 2021 SFB 1361 Tech Talk Dr Bärbel Lorenz / Dr Philipp Rauch LUMICKS Single-molecule studies of DNA repair and gene regulation Available here
28 Jan 2021 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Alessandro Costa The Francis Crick Insitute Eukaryotic DNA replication visualised by cryo-EM Available here
21 Jan 2021 IMB Green Seminar Nikoline Borgermann Ava Sustain How to go green in a wet lab Available here
19 Jan 2021 GenEvo Seminar Prof. Bernhard Horsthemke University of Duisburg-Essen Whole genome DNA methylation analysis of male germ cells in fertile, infertile and aging men Available here
10 Dec 2020 IMB Seminar Dr Edda Schulz Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics (MPIMG), Berlin Input decoding by the cis-regulatory landscape controlling Xist at the onset of random X-chromosome inactivation Available here
24 Nov 2020 GenEvo Seminar Prof. Michael Hiller MPI Dresden/Senckenberg Society Frankfurt Linking phenotypic differences between species to differences in genes and cis-regulatory elements Available here
10 Nov 2020 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Gerhard Weinzierl European Patent Attorney All you need to know about patenting Available here
05 Nov 2020 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Andrew Jackson University of Edinburgh Being the right size: a human story of cell number Available here