Past Seminars

Part of Life Science Seminar Series (more on )

- A150, Sciences II

Henrik Kaessmann

ZMBH, University of Heidelberg, Germany

The evolution of mammalian gene expression programs

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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- A150, Sciences II

Jennifer Lippincott- Schwartz

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA

Pathways of organelle-organelle cross-talk and their role(s) in cell metabolism and homeostasis

Host: Jean Gruenberg

- A100, Sciences II

Sophie Martin

UNIL

“Actin-independent internalisation of sterol-rich membrane in yeast”.

Host: Robbie Loewith

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- A150, Sciences II

Carien Niessen

Department of Dermatology and CECAD, University of Cologne. Germany

Cell adhesion and polarity signaling in making, maintaining and breaking epithelial barriers

Host: Sandra Citi

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- A150, Sciences II

Manjit Hayer-Hartl

MPI Munich

Chaperone machineries for the biogenesis and metabolic repair of RuBisCO, the most abundant enzyme in nature

Host: Michael Hothorn

- 3079, Sciences III

Dr. Orsolya Barabas

EMBL, Heidelberg

Structural insights into jumping genes: from antibiotic resistance spreading to genetic tools

Host: Ramesh Pillai

- 3079, Sciences III

Yunsun Nam

University of Texas Southwestern, USA

Structural molecular biology of RNA processing machines

Host: Ramesh Pillai

Part of Life Science Seminar Series (more on )

- A150, Sciences II

David Agard

University of California, San Francisco

Structural mechanisms of microtubule nucleation and centrosome assembly

Host: Didier Picard

Part of Life Science Seminar Series (more on )

- A150, Sciences II

Pamela Ronald

University of California Davis, Berkeley, CA, USA

Serving up Science: Plant Genetics and the Future of Food

Host: Michael Hothorn

- 1S059, Sciences III

Chunaram Choudhary

The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research University of Copenhagen

Global analysis of the endogenous DNA repair networks and identification of the Shieldin complex

Host: Thanos Halazonetis