Département de biologie moléculaire
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Passed seminars

16:00
Tuesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Yossi Shiloh

The David and Inez Myers Chair in Cancer Research, Human Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel

The ATM-mediated DNA damage response: from pathways to systems - and back

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

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Life Science Seminar Series

S. Emr

Cornell University, Ithaca

Receptor Down-Regulation: ESCRTs and the ART of Endocytosis

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Howard Riezman
16:15
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Rauscher Frank Professor

Wistar Institute, Philadelphia, USA

How Transcriptional Repressors Control Tumor Metastases:New Targets for Therapeutics Directed Specifically at the Metastatic Epigenome

A150, Sciences II
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
12:00
Monday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Professeur David Toczyski

Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics University of California San Francisco

How to not get fired: control of origin use by the DNA damage checkpoint

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

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Life Science Seminar Series

A. Amon

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

Consequences of aneuploidy

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Robbie Loewith
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

J. Sheen

Harvad Medical School, Boston

Connecting Plant Signaling Networks

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Jean-David Rochaix
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

G. Almouzni

Institut Curie, Paris

Variation on the theme of chromatin assembly

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Françoise Stutz
16:00
Thursday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Juha Rantala

Olli Kallioniemi's lab (Turku, Finland)

High throughput biology using siRNA microarrays

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

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Bernd Bodenmiller

Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

Signaling Network Analysis by Single Cell Mass Spectrometry

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

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Simon Hippenmeyer

HHMI & Department of Biology, Stanford University

"Genetics Dissection of Cerebral Cortex Development Using Mosaic Analysis with Double Markers (MADM)"

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

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Thomas Schalch

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York

"Coupling RNAi to Heterochromatin: Insights into the Structure of the RITS Complex"

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

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Florian Oberstrass

Stanford University, Department of Bioengineering, Stanford, USA

Sequence dependent structural transitions in DNA induced by torque

2024, Sciences III
Hosted by: Stephane Thore
11:00
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Serge Pellet

Institute of Biochemistry, ETHZ Zürich

"Development of single cell techniques using flow cytometry and microscopy to quantify MAP kinase signaling in yeast"

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

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Life Science Seminar Series

Mario Capecchi

University of Utah, Salt Lake City

Mario Capecchi LSSS seminar

A150, Sciences II
Hosted by: Silvia Ramundo
14:00
Tuesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Markus Seeger

Department of Biochemistry, University of Zurich

"ABC transporters studied by X-ray crystallography and in vitro selected binding proteins"

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

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Life Science Seminar Series

H. Saibil

University of London

Hsp104 and yeast prions

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Katarina Strub
14:00
Monday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Alfonso Martinez Arias

Department of Genetics in Cambridge

Wntch signalling and information processing during development

352, Sciences II
Hosted by: Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

T. Lecuit

Institut de Biologie du Développement de Marseille-Luminy

Orchestrating size and shape during morphogenesis

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: unknown
10:00
Wednesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Petr Cejka

UC Davis, USA

Function of the RecQ helicase Sgs1 in the DNA damage response

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

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Life Science Seminar Series

A M. Cuervo

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx

Selective autophagy: cleaning and fuelling in the same compartment

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Brigitte Galliot
12:00
Monday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Kristin Brogaard

Northwestern University

A chemical biology approach to mapping nucleosomes at base pair resolution

3070, Sciences III
Hosted by: David Shore
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

S. Tooze

London Research Institute

Molecular insights into autophagy

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Thierry Soldati
12:00
Tuesday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Eva Petermann

School of Cancer Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK

Control of replication initiation promotes replication fork progression and genomic integrity

3079, Sciences III
Hosted by: Thanos Halazonetis
17:15
Thursday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Steven Mc Knight

Department of Biochemistry, Southwestern Medical Center, University of Texas

Discovery of a pro-neurogenic, neuroprotective chemical

A300, Sciences II
Hosted by: Ueli Schibler, Thanos Halazonetis
16:00
Monday

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Dpt of Molecular Biology

Brian Freeman

Institute of Genomic Biology, University of Ilinois, Urbana, USA

Molecular Chaperone Mediated Protein DNA Dynamics

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

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Life Science Seminar Series

J. Widom

Northwestern University

A genomic code for nucleosome positioning from archaebacteria to man

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: David Shore
16:00
Tuesday

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Life Science Seminar Series

J. Takahashi

University of Texas

Genetic Analysis of Circadian Clocks in Mammals

A100, Sciences II
Hosted by: Ueli Schibler