2nd Alumni Symposium


  • Overview

    The Alumni Symposium is organized by the Graduate School and HZI Alumni.

    You will soon find here more detailed information.

    Date: 10.11.2016, 11:00


    HZI Braunschweig

    Building and room



    Confirmed Alumni Speakers:  

    H. Dinter (Bayer Pharma AG, Berlin)

    N. Gekara (Umeå University)

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

    S. Hammerschmidt (University of Greifswald)

    K. Kretschmer (Center for Regenerative Therapies, Dresden)

    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)

  • Programme

    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

  • Register



Sabine Kirchhoff 
Management Graduate School
0531 6181-5111 
Hansjörg Hauser 
Coordinator HZI Alumni 
Sylvia Richter 
Project Assistant HZI Alumni 
0531 6181-5001 



2nd Alumni Symposium Poster.pdf