Seminars & Workshops Archive

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Dr Yann Ravussin will give a seminar, Dec. 5, 2017 in Aud. B, Génopode – 12h15 pm

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SNSF Professorship candidate 
 
Dr Yann Ravussin
Department of Medicine
Columbia University 
 
“Overfeeding and Pathways that Regulate Body Weight” 
 
 
Tuesday December 5, 2017 at 12:15 
 
 

Génopode Building Aud. B 

All the interested people are cordially invited

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Dec 11, 2017 CIG Sem. S. Soyk

CIG Seminars Fall 2017

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

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Monday December 11, 2017
Sebastian Soyk, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory NY, USA
«Tuning stem cell differentiation by genome editing to improve crop productivity»
Host: Christian Fankhauser

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Eric Aeby will give a seminar, Nov. 29, 2017 in Aud. B, Génopode – 12h15 pm

SEMINAR 

SNSF Professorship candidate 
 
Dr Eric Aeby
Department of Molecular Biology (Massachusetts General Hospital)
Harvard Medical School
 

“New RNA-Centric Approaches Reveal the Allelic Control Mechanism of X-Chromosome Inactivation” 

 
 
Wednesday November 29nd, 2017 at 12:15 
 
 

Génopode Building Aud. B 

All the interested people are cordially invited

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19th Swiss RNA Workshop, Feb. 2, 2018 in Bern – deadline Dec. 3, 2017 –

The 19th  Swiss RNA Workshop will take place on Friday, February 2nd, 2018 in Bern

This workshop aims to bring together graduate students, postdocs and principal investigators interested in diverse aspects of RNA research.

This time, Sarah Woodson (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA) and Julius Brennecke (Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, Vienna, Austria) will join us as invited keynote speakers from abroad. The Woodson lab studies the folding of RNAs and the  Brennecke lab focuses on the role of small RNAs in maintaining genome integrity. Together with about 10 selected short talks from the abstracts submitted by you and a poster session that will offer ample time for discussions, we will have an exciting program.

The Swiss RNA Workshop is financed by the NCCR RNA & Disease and the RNA Society. Thanks to this support and additional sponsoring by Haslab and Microsynth the participation to the Swiss RNA Workshop is free of charge.

Further information regarding the workshop can be found on the meeting’s web page: http://www.swissrnaws.dcb.unibe.ch/

As in previous years, we encourage you to submit abstracts of your work. From these, we will select about 10 speakers for oral presentations, while the other abstracts will be presented as posters. Although we encourage group leaders to give young researchers a chance to present their results, group leaders are of course also welcome to speak or present posters.

The deadline for registration and abstract submission is December 3rd, 2017. For logistic reasons, registration is required for everybody (including PIs), even if you do not submit an abstract. For registration, please click on the respective link on the  Swiss RNA Workshop Website.

Please distribute this information to other people interested in RNA, as our mailing list may not reach everyone. We especially ask principal investigators to forward this email to their group members.

For a continuing success of this meeting, we look forward to receiving as many registrations and abstract submissions as last year!

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Nov 27, 2017 CIG Sem. J. Joyce

CIG Seminars Fall 2017

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

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Monday November 27, 2017
Johanna Joyce, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research & University of Lausanne, CH
«
Deconvoluting the cellular complexity of the cancer microenvironment»
Host: Liliane Michalik

 

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Thesis defense of Namrata Sarkar, Nov. 20, 2017 – 13:30 Aud. B, Génopode

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