Département de biologie moléculaire
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Passed seminars

16:00
Friday

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Life Science Seminar Series

W. James Nelson

Stanford University, USA

Biogenesis of epithelial cell polarity

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Sandra Citi
12:15
Tuesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Jesper Q. Svejstrup

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

Transcription during DNA damage: collision and destruction

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Françoise Stutz
16:00
Tuesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Klas Wiman

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

p53-induced apoptosis and cancer therapy

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
16:00
Monday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

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

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Katharina Strub
12:15
Monday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Marc Buehler

Dept. of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School, USA

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

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: David Shore
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

Nenad Ban

ETH Zurich, Swizerland

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

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: Howard Riezman
16:00
Thursday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

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

1S059, Sciences III
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
16:00
Tuesday

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Art Johnson

Texas A&M University, USA

Fluorescence-detected protein trafficking into and out of the ER

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Katharina Strub
16:00
Tuesday

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Michael Kastan

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

Molecular controls of the ATM-p53 pathway

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
16:00
Tuesday

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Giulio Superti Furga

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Proten networks and drug action

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: Katharina Strub
16:00
Tuesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

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

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
14:00
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

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 ?

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: David Shore
16:00
Wednesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

Jacques Pouyssegur

Centre A. Lacassagne CNRS Nice, France

Hypoxia signalling, metabolism and tumor regression

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Jean-Claude Martinou
16:00
Tuesday

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Asifa Akhtar

EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

Dosage compensation: old complex new facts

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: Ueli Schibler
12:15
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Benedikt Westermann

Zellbiologie, NWI, Universität Bayreut, Germany

Molecular and cellular basis of mitochondrial dynamics

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Jean-Claude Martinou
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

Jane Mellor

Oxford University, UK

Deciphering the histone code for transcription

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: David Shore
16:00
Thursday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Jürgen Brosius

University of Münster, Germany

The pervasive role of RNA in genome evolution and cellular function

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Katharina Strub
10:00
Thursday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Iliana Ferrero

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

Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model organism for mitochondrial diseases

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: David Shore
16:00
Tuesday

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Walter Gehring

Biozentrum, Basel, Switzerland

Development and evolution of eyes and photoreceptors

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: Francois Karch
16:00
Tuesday

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David Holden

Imperial College, London, UK

Intracellular activities of Salmonella

A150, Sciences II
Hosted by: Thierry Soldati
16:00
Monday

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Jiri Bartek

Institute of Cancer Biology, Copenhagen, Denmark

DNA damage responses and human cancer

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

Suzanne Pfeffer

Stanford University, USA

Regulation of receptor trafficking by Rab GTPases

1S081, Sciences III
Hosted by: Thierry Soldati
12:15
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Javier Caceres

MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh, UK

Identification of RNA targets for SF2/ASF and hnRNP A1

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Angela Kraemer
12:15
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Stan Fakan

Centre de Microscopie électronique, Université de Lausanne

Ultrastructural analyses of functional nuclear architecture

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Françoise Stutz