Monday Lectures 2016

 

Organizer: Daniel N. Wilson

Place: Lynen lecture hall (A 0.75)

Time: 5 - 6 pm

 

 

Date Speaker Institution Talk Title Host
05-30-2016 G. Meister Universität Regensburg tba K. Förstemann
06-06-2016 Bernd Bukau ZMBH, Heidelberg tba QBM
06-20-2016 Sunney Xie Harvard University tba QBM
10-10-2016 Marisa Jaconi University of Geneva tba QBM
 
In the Past
Date Speaker Institution Talk Title Host
01-12-2015 Johan Elf University of Uppsala Probing intracellular kinetics at the level of single molecules (Note: Lecture at 4pm not 5pm!!) QBM
01-19-2015 Liedewij Laan Delft University of Technology (TU Delft, NL) How yeast fixes a broken polarization machine: towards a mechanistic understanding of evolutionary change QBM
02-02-2015 Thorsten Friedrich Universität Freiburg On the mechanism of respiratory complex I K.-P. Hopfner
02-09-2015 Lotte Sogaard-Andersen MPI für terrestrische Mikrobiologie, Marburg, Germany Regulation of cell division in bacteria QBM
03-16-2015 Stefan Raunser Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie, Dortmund, Germany How to kill a mocking bug - Structural Insights into Tc toxin complex action R. Beckmann
03-23-2015 Kathrin Lang Technische Universität München Applications of an expanded genetic code - novel methods for labelling proteins GRK1721
04-13-2015 Ralf Erdmann Ruhr-Universität Bochum Peroxisomes P. Wendler
04-20-2015 Andres Leschziner Harvard University, Boston, USA Mechanism and regulation of cytoplasmic dynein QBM
04-27-2015 Michael Groll Technische Universität München Exploiting Nature's Rich Source of Proteasome Inhibitors as Starting Points in Drug Development. P. Wendler
05-04-2015 Jasmin Fisher Microsoft Res. Cambridge Computing Cancer QBM
05-18-2015 Ed Hurt Biochemistry Center (BZH), University of Heidelberg, Germany tba R. Beckmann
06-08-2015 Karsten Borgwardt ETH Zürich, Switzerland Data Mining for Personalized Medicine U. Gaul
06-15-2015 Caroline Kisker Rudolf-Virchow-Zentrum, Universität Würzburg The double edged sword of DNA repair GRK1721
06-29-2015 Oliver Stegle EMBL Outstation Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom Modeling transcriptional heterogeneity between people and single cells U. Gaul
07-06-2015 Anton Enright EMBL Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom Computational discovery and analysis of long non-coding RNAs in the Murine germline and Drosophila mesoderm U. Gaul
07-20-2015 Toshifumi Inada Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan Novel Roles Of Ribosome Ubiquitination In Quality Control Systems R. Beckmann
09-14-2015 Werner Kühlbrandt Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysik, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Cryo-EM of membrane protein complexes R. Beckmann
09-21-2015 Ewan Birney EMBL-EBI, Cambridge Big data in biology: impact in basic and translational research QBM
09-28-2015 Danesh Moazed Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA tba M. Halic
10-12-2015 Boris Shraiman KITP Santa Barbara Mechanics and Growth Control in Animal Development U. Gaul
11-09-2015 Andrea Sinz Institute of Pharmacy, Martin Luther University, Halle The Advancement of Chemical Cross-linking / Mass Spectrometry for Studying Protein-Protein Interactions SFB646
11-16-2015 Nina Henriette Uhlenhaut Helmholtz Zentrum München Nuclear receptor cistromes: how hormones touch the genome K.-P. Hopfner
11-30-2015 Petr Cejka University of Zürich tba K.-P. Hopfner
12-14-2015 Susan Gasser Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel, Switzerland tba QBM
01-11-2016 Andrej Sali University of California, San Francisco Integrative modeling of biomolecular assemblies and pathways QBM
01-25-2016 Richard Neher MPI Tübingen tba QBM
02-01-2016 Bas van Steensel NKI tba QBM
02-15-2016 Ralf Jungmann MPI for biochemistry, Munich Super-Resolution Microscopy with DNA Molecules QBM
02-29-2016 Roland Kontermann University of Stuttgart tba QBM
03-14-2016 Vincent Noireaux University of Minnesota Cell-free TX-TL: from gene circuit to self-assembly in a test tube QBM
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