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2019 CIG research progress seminars

Schedule of our CIG research progress seminars in Spring 2019 from 16h-17h.

Génopode room 2020 (or GEN B, will be announced depending on the progress of the work in the building)

CIG Seminars Fall 2018 Program

CIG Seminars Fall 2018

Monday 12:15, Génopode, auditorium A, followed by sandwiches

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Monday September 24, 2018
Mark Herman, Duke University, USA
«The role of ChREBP in sugar-induced metabolic disease»
Host: Frédéric Preitner

Monday October 8, 2018
Gregory Jefferis, University of Cambridge, UK
«Learning from connectomics on the fly»
Host: Richard Benton

Monday October 15, 2018 at 16h15
Beverly Davidson, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA
«Emerging therapies for neurological diseases»
Host: Vincent Dion

Monday October 22, 2018
Lesley Jones, Cardiff University, UK
«Genetic modifiers in Huntington’s disease»
Host: Vincent Dion

Monday October 29, 2018
Michael S. Levine, Princeton University, USA
«Transcription networks in animal development and evolution»
Host: Maria Cristina Gambetta

Monday November 12, 2018
Katja Lamia, The Scripps Research Institute, USA
«Cryptochromes integrate circadian rhythms with metabolism and genome protection»
Host: David Gatfield

Monday November 19, 2018
Stephan Gruber, DMF, University of Lausanne, CH
«Getting chromosomes organized: The power of DNA looping motors»
Host: Andrzej Stasiak

Monday November 26, 2018 CANCELLED
Jody Rosenblatt, University of Utah, USA
«Epithelial cell extrusion and its misregulation in disease»
Host: Fisun Hamaratoglu

Monday December 10, 2018 Postponed at 16:15
Matthias Hentze, EMBL Heidelberg, DE
«Hidden treasures of the RNA world: RBPs from moonlighting to riboregulation»
Host: David Gatfield

Monday December 17, 2018
Aleksandar Vjestica, DMF, University of Lausanne, CH
«1+1=1 The formula of fateful sexual reproduction»
Host: Paul Franken


BIG SEMINARS 2018-2019

BIG seminars 2018-2019 (Download the poster)

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CIG Biennial Report 2015-2016

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