Date Event Speaker Institution Title Poster
15 Oct 2018 Ad Hoc Seminar Prof. Yukihide Tomari University of Tokyo Biochemical and biophysical dissection of RNA silencing Available here
15 Oct 2018 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Andrew Moore Wiley-VCH Reaching your readers better in the digital age: From cognitive psychology to practical measures Available here
01 Oct 2018 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Anna Campalans Institute of Cellular and Molecular Radiobiology, CEA Fontenay aux Roses, France New role of chromatin organizers in the recognition and repair of oxidative DNA damage Available here
13 Sep 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Ann Ehrenhofer-Murray Humboldt University of Berlin Nutritional control of eukaryotic translation by queuosine and Dnmt2 Available here
03 Sep 2018 Ad Hoc Seminar Helga Nolte Freelance Coach Good scientific practice and its pitfalls in everyday research Available here
05 Jul 2018 IMB Seminar Dr Johannes Graumann Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Bad Nauheim Towards the whole sample spectrum: Extending proteomics from tissue culture to clinical samples Available here
07 Jun 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Ana Pombo MDC, Berlin Genome architecture: mechanisms of 3D chromatin folding Available here
28 May 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Ronald Hay University of Dundee Harnessing the PML-SUMO-RNF4 axis for cancer therapy Available here
18 May 2018 IMB Seminar Dr Stella Hurtley Science, Cambridge Science publishing and publishing in Science Available here
17 May 2018 IMB Seminar Dr Jop Kind Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht Untangling spatial genome organisation: Detailed insights from single-cell DamID Available here
03 May 2018 IMB Seminar Dr Jan Korbel EMBL Heidelberg From genomic variation to molecular mechanism Available here
23 Apr 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Utz Fischer University of Würzburg RNA biology and its role in human disease Available here
19 Apr 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Catherine Dargemont Paris Diderot University The journey of mRNA from chromatin to the nuclear pore complex Available here
23 Mar 2018 Ad Hoc Seminar Prof. Vilhelm Bohr National Institute on Aging (NIH), Baltimore, USA Nuclear to mitochondrial DNA damage signalling in neurodegeneration and aging: mechanisms and intervention Available here
22 Mar 2018 IMB Seminar Dr Matthias Soller University of Birmingham Orchestrating mRNA processing in sex determination, neuronal development and function Available here
26 Feb 2018 IMB TechTalk Dr Jörg Hildmann BD Biosciences Heidelberg Overview of Flow Cytometry Techniques for Cell Cycle, Proliferation, Live/Dead, DNA staining and more - An Inspiration for Apoptosis and Cell Activation applications Available here
22 Feb 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Niels Mailand University of Copenhagen Ubiquitin- and SUMO-mediated signalling in genome stability maintenance Available here
19 Feb 2018 IMB Tech Talk Dr Klaus Herick ChromoTek Smaller is better – ChromoTek’s Nanobodies for Immunoprecipitation, ChIP, MS, and Imaging Available here
08 Feb 2018 IMB Seminar Prof. Alfonso Valencia Barcelona Supercomputing Center Networks in proteins, diseases and (epi)genetics Available here
14 Dec 2017 IMB Seminar Prof. Cedric Notredame CRG, Barcelona Large scale in-silico biology: costly, non-reproducible and complicated. Why bother? Available here
07 Dec 2017 IMB Seminar Prof. Thomas Carell LMU, Munich DNA bases beyond Watson and Crick Available here
05 Dec 2017 IMB Seminar Prof. Tanja Weil MPI for Polymer Research, Mainz Polymer chemistry meets biology - new concepts in drug delivery, bioimaging and sensing Available here
21 Nov 2017 IMB Seminar Dr Fyodor Kondrashov Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) Experimental characterization of the genotype to phenotype connection on a macroevolutionary scale Available here
07 Nov 2017 IMB Seminar Prof. Josef Jiricny Institute of Biochemistry (ETH), Zurich FAN1 - nuclease with a phenotype but without a function? Available here
26 Oct 2017 IMB Seminar Prof. Carl Petersen Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne Neural circuits for goal-directed sensorimotor transformation Available here