Past Seminars

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- A100, Sciences II

W. James Nelson

Stanford University, USA

Biogenesis of epithelial cell polarity

Host: Sandra Citi

- 3079, Sciences III

Jesper Q. Svejstrup

Cancer Research UK, London Research Institute, Clare Hall Laboratories, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Transcription during DNA damage: collision and destruction

Host: Françoise Stutz

- 3079, Sciences III

Klas Wiman

Karolinska Institute, Department of Oncology-Pathology, Cancer Center Karolinska (CCK), Stockholm, Sweden

p53-induced apoptosis and cancer therapy

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

- 3079, Sciences III

Knud Nierhaus

Max-Planck-Institut, Berlin

LepA, one of the most conserved proteins, is an elongation factor in all bacteria and mitochondria with a new function

Host: Katharina Strub

- 3079, Sciences III

Marc Buehler

Dept. of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School, USA

Studies on the role of RNAi in initiation and maintenance of heterochromatin

Host: David Shore

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Nenad Ban

ETH Zurich, Swizerland

Structure and function of large macromolecular assemblies involved in central cellular processes

Host: Howard Riezman

- 1S059, Sciences III

Philippe Pasero

IGH - Institute of Human Genetics, CNRS UPR 1142, Montpellier, France

Single-molecule analysis of replication fork arrest and recovery in yeast and human cells

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Art Johnson

Texas A&M University, USA

Fluorescence-detected protein trafficking into and out of the ER

Host: Katharina Strub

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- A100, Sciences II

Michael Kastan

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, USA

Molecular controls of the ATM-p53 pathway

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Giulio Superti Furga

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Proten networks and drug action

Host: Katharina Strub

- 3079, Sciences III

Zoi Lygerou

Laboratory of General Biology, School of Medicine, University of Patras, Rio, Patras, Greece

Maintaining genome integrity: the licensing factor Cdt1 and its inhibitor Geminin in cell cycle control and tumorigenesis

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

- 3079, Sciences III

Christophe Carles

Gene Expression and Epigenetics Unit, Laboratory of Integrative Biology and Molecular Genetics, CEA/Saclay, France

Is ribosome synthesis controlled by Pol I transcription ?

Host: David Shore

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- A100, Sciences II

Jacques Pouyssegur

Centre A. Lacassagne CNRS Nice, France

Hypoxia signalling, metabolism and tumor regression

Host: Jean-Claude Martinou

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Asifa Akhtar

EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

Dosage compensation: old complex new facts

Host: Ueli Schibler

- 3079, Sciences III

Benedikt Westermann

Zellbiologie, NWI, Universität Bayreut, Germany

Molecular and cellular basis of mitochondrial dynamics

Host: Jean-Claude Martinou

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Jane Mellor

Oxford University, UK

Deciphering the histone code for transcription

Host: David Shore

- 3079, Sciences III

Jürgen Brosius

University of Münster, Germany

The pervasive role of RNA in genome evolution and cellular function

Host: Katharina Strub

- 3079, Sciences III

Iliana Ferrero

Department of Genetics, Anthropology & Evolution, University of Parma, Italy

Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model organism for mitochondrial diseases

Host: David Shore

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Walter Gehring

Biozentrum, Basel, Switzerland

Development and evolution of eyes and photoreceptors

Host: Francois Karch

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- A150, Sciences II

David Holden

Imperial College, London, UK

Intracellular activities of Salmonella

Host: Thierry Soldati

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Jiri Bartek

Institute of Cancer Biology, Copenhagen, Denmark

DNA damage responses and human cancer

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- 1S081, Sciences III

Suzanne Pfeffer

Stanford University, USA

Regulation of receptor trafficking by Rab GTPases

Host: Thierry Soldati

- 3079, Sciences III

Javier Caceres

MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh, UK

Identification of RNA targets for SF2/ASF and hnRNP A1

Host: Angela Kraemer

- 3079, Sciences III

Stan Fakan

Centre de Microscopie électronique, Université de Lausanne

Ultrastructural analyses of functional nuclear architecture

Host: Françoise Stutz