Past Seminars

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- A100, Sciences II

Anne Osbourn

John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK

Harnessing plant metabolic diversity

Host: PhD Association

- 1S081, Sciences III

Dr. Wojciech P. Galej

EMBL Grenoble

Cryo-EM analysis of the spliceosome

Host: Ramesh Pillai

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- A100, Sciences II

Kun-Liang Guan

Department of Pharmacology, UC San Diego, USA

The Hippo Pathway in Regulating Cell Growth, Organ Size, and Tumorigenesis

Host: Robbie Loewith

- A100, Sciences II

Prof. Yukihide Tomari

University of Tokyo, Japan

Molecular biochemistry of small RNA-guided silencing machineries

Host: Ramesh Pillai

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- A100, Sciences II

Petra Schwille

Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Dept. Cellular and Molecular Biophysics, Martinsried, Germany

How minimal could life be

Host: PhD Association

- 3079, Sciences III

Takashi Hiragi

EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

Symmetry breaking and self-organisation in mouse development

Host: Ramesh Pillai

- 1S059, Sciences III

Martin Eilers

University of Würzburg, Germany

"Myc as a key driver of cellular transformation"

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Mike Sheetz

Mecanobiology Institute, Singapore

Mechanosensing in growth

Host: Sandra Citi

- 1S081, Sciences III

Prof. Michelle Debatisse

Gustave Roussy, France

Common fragile site replication: A race against time.

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Marileen Dogterom

University of Delft, The Netherlands

Minimal systems for studying microtubule-based cell organization

Host: Aurélien Roux

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- A100, Sciences II

Jonathan Jones

The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, UK

Plant intracellular immune receptors, diversity, deployment and dissection

Host: Roman Ulm

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- A100, Sciences II

Charles Weitz

Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

PERIOD complexes of the mammalian circadian clock

Host: David Shore

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- A100, Sciences II

Dominique Bergmann

Stanford University, USA

Making a difference: Asymmetry, fate and renewal in the stomatal lineage

Host: Michael Hothorn

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- A100, Sciences II

Gillian Griffiths

Cambridge U Medical center, UK

Centrosome docking as a mechanism for polarised secretion

Host: Thierry Soldati

- 3079, Sciences III

Dr. Ana Claudia Marques

University of Lausanne

Complex trait-relevant lincRNAs can regulate gene expression by modulating local chromosomal architecture

Host: Ramesh Pillai

- 3079, Sciences III

Martin Kos

Heidelberg University Biochemistry Center (BZH)

Alternative ribosome biogenesis pathways and specialized ribosomes

Host: Robbie Loewith

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- A100, Sciences II

Mike White

Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester, UK

Dynamic control of signalling and transcription

Host: Christoph Bauer

- 3079, Sciences III

Geneviève Thon

Copenhagen University

Interplays between the formation of heterochromatic domains and DNA replication

Host: Thomas Schalch

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- A100, Sciences II

Prof. Michel Steinmetz

Paul Scherrer Institut Villigen, Switzerland

Molecular mechanisms microtubule tip tracking and centriole formation

Host: Paul Guichard

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- A100, Sciences II

Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado

Stowers Institute for Medical Research, Kansas City, USA

Regeneration, plasticity and cell fate

Host: Brigitte Galliot

- 3079, Sciences III

Juergen Plitzko

Max Planck Institue of biochemistry

Enabling and doing in situ structural biology - Recent advances and future directions in cryo-electron microscopy/tomography

Host: Thomas Schalch

- 1S081, Sciences III

George Garinis

Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Foundation for Research and Technology - Greece

"Nucleotide Excision Repair in Development and Disease"

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

- A100, Sciences II

Prof Jacqueline Jacobs

Netherlands Cancer Institute

DNA repair control at telomeres and DNA double-strand breaks.

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

William Martin

Institute Molecular Evolution, Düsseldorf, Germany

Hydrothermal vents and the origin of life

Host: Jean-Claude Martinou

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- A100, Sciences II

Michel Georges

University of Liege, Belgium

Revisiting germ line de novo mutations

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

- 3079, Sciences III

Xin Liu

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA

Gene Regulation By The Polycomb Group Protein Ezh2: A Complex Story"

Host: Ramesh Pillai

- 3079, Sciences III

Atanas Kaykov

Rockefeller University

Checkpoint control over replication origin firing analyzed using single DNA molecules at the scale of full-length chromosomes

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Ralf Sommer

Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, Germany

Mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity: from developmental switch genes and epigenetics to the environment

Host: Florian Steiner

- 3079, Sciences III

Dr. Sergei M. Mirkin

Tufts University Medford USA

From unusual DNA structures to genome instability and human disease

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Niko Geldner

Department of Plant Molecular Biology (DBMV), Université de Lausanne, Switzerland

The endodermis - the green version of a polarised epithelium

Host: Roman Ulm

- 4059, Sciences III

Isabelle Domart-Coulon & Anders Meibom

Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle - Paris & Ecole Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne

Cellular processes in scleractinian coral morphogenesis: Novel NanoSIMS methods to visualize isotopically labeled metabolite exchange between cell types

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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- A100, Sciences II

Kaspar Locher

Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Protein N-glycosylation: Structural basis of transmembrane flipping and transfer of lipid-linked oligosaccharides

Host: Thomas Schalch

- A300, Sciences II

Elena Conti

Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany

The RNA exosome - ribosome connection: coupling RNA synthesis and degradation

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Jan Hoeijmakers

Department of Genetics, Cancer Genomics Center, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The impact of DNA damage on sustained health

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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- A100, Sciences II

Rob Martienssen

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

Recombination, replication, repair … and RNA interference

Host: Thomas Schalch

- 1S081, Sciences III

Joachim Wittbrodt

Universität Heidelberg

"Getting in shape: how the eye takes its form"

Host: Jean Marc Matter

- A100, Sciences II

Dorota Skowronska-Krawczyk

University of California, San Diego

“Molecular Mechanism of Neuronal Degeneration in Glaucoma”

Host: Jean Marc Matter

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- A100, Sciences II

James Briscoe

The Francis Crick Institute, UK

Molecular and Cellular Logic of Cell Fate Decisions in Vertebrate Development

Host: Denis Duboule

- 3079, Sciences III

Sinisa Volarevic

Department of Molecular Medicine and Biotechnology, School of Medicine, University of Rijeka, Croatia.

Monitoring ribosome biogenesis stress during development and in cancer

Host: Robbie Loewith

- A100, Sciences II

Marc Bühler

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel, Switzerland

ncRNA-directed epigenetic gene regulation

Host: Thomas Schalch

- A100, Sciences II

Jeremy Thorner

University of California Berkeley

A Protein Kinase Network Controls Plasma Membrane Lipid Homeostasis

Host: Robbie Loewith