10.11.2016, 11:00

2. Alumni Symposium

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Das Alumni Symposium wird organisiert von der Graduiertenschule und den HZI-Alumni.

Datum

10.11.2016, 11:00

Veranstaltungsort

HZI Braunschweig

Gebäude und Raum

Forum

Referent

Bereits zugesagt haben folgende Alumni Sprecher:

H. Dinter (Bayer Pharma AG, Berlin)

N. Gekara (Umeå University)

M. G. Gutierrez (The Francis Crick Institute, London)

S. Hammerschmidt (University of Greifswald)

W. Müller (The University of Manchester)

H. Niemann (Bielefeld University)

W.-D. Schubert (University of Pretoria)

D. Schübeler (Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel)

10:00-11:00    Registration
        
11:00-11:10    Welcome: Carlos Guzmán    
        
11:10-11:40    Wolf-Dieter Schubert, University of Pretoria   
Structural Biology in (South) Africa

11:40-12:10    Harald Dinter, Bayer Pharma AG, Berlin
Research in Pharma Industry

12:10-12:40    Werner Müller, University of Manchester
CRISPR/CAS technology: What does it mean for the 3R principle in animal research?

12:40-13:45    Lunch

        
13:45-14:15    Maximiliano Gutierrez, The Francis Crick Institute, London
The intracellular lifestyle of the tubercle bacillus

14:15-14:45    Sven Hammerschmidt, University of Greifswald
The complex and versatile interaction of Streptococcus pneumoniae with the host

14:45-15:15    Hartmut Niemann, Bielefeld University
Structure-based identification of a receptor for the Helicobacter pylori type IV secretion system
        
15:15-15:45    Coffee Break
        
15:45-16:15    Dirk Schübeler, Friedrich Miescher Institute, Basel
Gene regulation in chromatin

16:15-16:45    Nelson Gekara, Umeå University
Role of DNA damage in innate immune regulation

Daten

Kontakt

Sabine Kirchhoff
Leitung Graduiertenschule
0531 6181-5111
 
Hansjörg Hauser
Koordinator HZI-Alumni
alumni@helmholtz-hzi.de
 
Sylvia Richter
Projektassistentin HZI-Alumni
0531 6181-5001
alumni@helmholtz-hzi.de

 

Download:

2nd Alumni Symposium Poster.pdf

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