DNA Repair & Genome Stability

In the summer semester 2019, the SFB 1361 hosts the Lecture Series "DNA Repair & Genome Stability". The lectures are primarily aimed at Master's and early stage PhD students, but are open to anyone who may be interested and wishes to attend.

Lectures will take place during the summer semester on Tuesdays, 9:00-10:30 am at IMB. They will be given by representatives from IMB, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, the University Medical Center Mainz and the Technical University of Darmstadt.

The full schedule of the 2019 Lecture Series can be found below.

To download a copy of the poster announcing the "DNA Repair & Genome Stability" Lecture Series, please click here.

Lecturer Title Date Slides

Helle Ulrich

Introduction to DNA repair and genome maintenance / Genome maintenance during DNA replication 16.04.2019 Click here

Peter Baumann

Capping the ends of chromosomes 23.04.2019 Click here

Thomas Hofmann

DNA damage signaling 30.04.2019 Click here

Markus Löbrich

DNA double strand break repair pathways 07.05.2019 Click here

Eva Wolf

Interconnection of cell cycle, genome maintenance and circadian clocks 14.05.2019 Click here

Vassilis Roukos

Biogenesis of chromosome translocations 14.05.2019 Click here

Andriy Khobta

Excision repair pathways: safeguarding DNA integrity and maintaining gene function 21.05.2019 Click here

Cristina Cardoso

(Spatio-temporal) organization of mammalian DNA replication and its epigenetic regulation 28.05.2019 Coming soon

Lars Schomacher*

Active DNA demethylation by DNA repair mechanisms 04.06.2019 Coming soon

Petra Beli

Regulation of DNA damage response by posttranslational modifications 11.06.2019 Coming soon

Falk Butter

DNA-binding proteins and MS methods to study DNA damage 11.06.2019 Coming soon

Alexander Löwer*

Dynamics of the DNA damage response in individual living cells 25.06.2019 Coming soon

Brian Luke

RNA-DNA hybrids 02.07.2019 Coming soon

* Change of location! This lecture will take place at Biozentrum 1, Lecture Hall (room 00.187), Hanns-Dieter-Hüsch-Weg 15, JGU campus