Date Event Speaker Institution Title Poster
20 Apr 2023 IMB Green Seminar Pamela Ornelas Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt Can we make wet labs sustainable? Available here
13 Apr 2023 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Günter Schneider University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany Frameworks for novel pancreatic cancer therapies Available here
23 Mar 2023 IPP-hosted Seminar Prof. Wolf Reik Altos Labs, Cambridge, UK Single cell multi-omics landscape of development and ageing Available here
09 Mar 2023 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Tomoyuki Tanaka University of Dundee, Scotland How chromosomes become prepared for segregation in mitosis Available here
16 Feb 2023 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Patrick Matthias The Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Switzerland Role of the deacetylase HDAC6 and ubiquitin chains in stress response and viral infection Available here
26 Jan 2023 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Stephanie Panier Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Cologne The good, the bad and the ugly: SLX4IP-dependent regulation of the Alternative Lengthening of Telomeres Pathway Available here
19 Jan 2023 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Martijn Luijsterburg Leiden University Medical Center, the Netherlands Molecular mechanisms in transcription-coupled DNA repair Available here
11 Jan 2023 IMB Green Seminar Dr Elmar Uherek Office of Environment and Climate Protection, Rüsselsheim am Main Rethinking our daily energy consumption Available here
06 Dec 2022 IMB Seminar Dr Siyao Wang CECAD Cologne, DE Deciphering the epigenetic code of genome stability, from soma to germline Available here
01 Dec 2022 IMB Seminar Prof. Anne Brunet Stanford University, USA Understanding and modeling aging Available here
24 Nov 2022 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Gaëlle Legube Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France Chromosome and chromatin dynamics at DNA Double Strand breaks Available here
17 Nov 2022 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Joachim Lingner EPFL, Switzerland Challenges of telomere maintenance and TERRA long noncoding RNA Available here
08 Nov 2022 Seminar Prof. Michael Meyer-Hermann Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig Digital immunology in the context of physiology and aging Available here
03 Nov 2022 Seminar Prof. Jolanda van Leeuwen Center for Integrative Genomics, University of Lausanne Systematic analysis of genotype-to-phenotype relationships: from yeast to human Available here
29 Aug 2022 Seminar Prof. Maria Hondele University of Basel, Switzerland DEAD-box ATPases are global regulators of RNA-containing membrane less organelles Available here
14 Jul 2022 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Keith Caldecott University of Sussex, United Kingdom DNA single-strand breakage and human disease Available here
14 Jun 2022 Ad Hoc Seminar Dr Elliot Brown Arden University, Berlin Burnout and digital wellbeing in a post pandemic world Available here
02 Jun 2022 IMB Green Seminar Noemi Bender & Hollyn Hartlep German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) The DKFZ and Helmholtz: on their way to sustainable research Available here
19 May 2022 SFB 1361 Seminar Prof. Helen Walden Institute of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology, University of Glasgow Regulation of DNA interstrand crosslink repair by monoubiquitin Available here
28 Apr 2022 SFB 1361 Seminar Dr Olivier Hyrien Institut de Biologie de l'École Normale Supérieure, Paris Spatiotemporal programme of DNA replication in yeast and human cells Available here
25 Apr 2022 IMB Seminar Prof. Ruth Lehmann Whitehead Institute, Cambridge, USA Guiding germ cells toward immortality Available here
07 Apr 2022 IMB Seminar Prof. Oded Rechavi Tel Aviv University, Israel Long and really long molecular memories in C. elegans Available here
31 Mar 2022 IMB Seminar Prof. Ian Hickson Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Mechanisms to copy difficult-to-replicate regions of the human genome Available here
24 Mar 2022 IMB Green Seminar Joan Suris Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) Nobody is against sustainability – Greening EPFL’s School of Life Sciences Available here
10 Mar 2022 IMB Seminar Dr Tugce Aktas Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin To splice or not to splice? That is not the only question Available here