Date Event Speaker Institution Title Poster
04 Aug 2020 GenEvo Seminar Prof. Björn Schumacher University of Cologne DNA damage responses in Ageing and Cancer Available here
02 Jul 2020 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado Stowers Institute for Medical Research, Kansas City, USA Understanding the source of regenerative potential in animals Available here
09 Jun 2020 Ad Hoc Seminar Prof. Andrew Berglund The RNA Institute, University at Albany, NY Targeting a toxic RNA that causes a common form of muscular dystrophy Available here
27 Feb 2020 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Grant Stewart University of Birmingham Understanding how genome instability contributes to human disease Available here
25 Feb 2020 GenEvo Seminar Prof. Eric Miska University of Cambridge CANCELLED - New biology and therapeutics from RNA structure and modification Available here
11 Feb 2020 Ad Hoc Seminar Prof. Thomas Rigotti JGU Mainz Stress and Health in Academia: When you cannot see clearly now, cause of obstacles in your way? Available here
23 Jan 2020 SFB 1361 seminar Prof. Matthias Peter ETH Zürich Regulation of cell growth and division Available here
12 Dec 2019 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Alejandro Rojas Fernández University of Valdivia, Chile The best of alpacas: from wool to nanobodies Available here
28 Nov 2019 IMB Seminar Dr Jeffrey Chao Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI), Basel Imaging the life and death of mRNAs in single cells Available here
21 Nov 2019 IMB Seminar Prof. Alfred Nordheim Eberhard Karls University Tübingen & Fritz Lipmann Institute Jena Murine liver cancer: insights into metabolic reprogramming and anti‐fibrotic microRNA functions Available here
20 Nov 2019 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Meelad M. Dawlaty Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York Epigenetic regulation of stem cells, development and cancer by Tet enzymes: Lessons from Mice Available here
19 Nov 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Uta Eser Büro für Umweltethik, Tübingen Ethics in the life sciences: How to take responsibility in research practice Available here
14 Nov 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Matthias Altmeyer University of Zurich Evaluating PARP inhibitor activities beyond BRCA mutations Available here
11 Nov 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Thanos Halazonetis University of Geneva DNA replication stress in cancer Available here
07 Nov 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Beat Fierz École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne A synthetic and single-molecule exploration of the dynamic chromatin landscape Available here
24 Oct 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Thomas Kunkel National Institute of Environment Studies of eukaryotic DNA replication fidelity Available here
19 Sep 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Amir Aharoni Ben Gurion University, Israel Live cell measurements of eukaryotic DNA replication kinetics Available here
18 Jun 2019 IMB Seminar Dr. Dorothee Dormann Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich RNA-binding proteins in neurodegeneration – from nuclear transport defects to aberrant phase separation Available here
11 Jun 2019 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Udo Birk University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur Image analysis using deep learning Available here
06 Jun 2019 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Caroline Kisker Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg News from TFIIH − Putting together the pieces Available here
28 May 2019 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Narayana H. Mohan Indian Council of Agricultural Research-National Research Centre on Pig, Assam Climate change: Physiogenomic responses to heat stress Available here
22 May 2019 Ad Hoc Seminar Prof. Martin Michel JGU Mainz The Reproducibility Crisis: Can you trust your data? Available here
09 May 2019 IMB Seminar Prof. Kim Sneppen University of Copenhagen Theoretical tool bridging cell polarities with development of morphologies Available here
07 May 2019 TechTalk Dr. Hannes Arnold / Dr. Thorsten Lemker 10x Genomics, Inc. 10x Genomics Chromium Technology: Multiple Features in Single Cells - Biology at True Resolution Available here
17 Apr 2019 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Leopold Parts Wellcome Sanger Institute, Hinxton Imaging (cancer) stem cell dynamics in living mice Available here