CIG Seminars Spring 2019 Program

CIG Seminars Spring 2019

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

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Monday January 21, 2019
Paola Picotti, ETHZ, CH
«To be announced»
Host: Manfredo Quadroni

Monday February 11, 2019
Guillaume Andrey, University of Geneva, CH
«The dynamics of 3D chromatin structures influence transcription and morphogenesis»
Host: Alexandre Reymond

Monday February 25, 2019
Jolanda van Leeuwen, CIG, University of Lausanne, CH
«Systematic assessment of genetic suppression interactions»
Host: Paul Franken

Monday March 11, 2019
Louis John Ptacek, University of California San Francisco, USA
«Genetics and biology of human circadian rhythms»
Host: Paul Franken

Monday March 18, 2019
Kent Duncan, University of Hamburg, DE
«Translational control in neuronal development, function, and disease»
Host: David Gatfield

Monday March 25, 2019
Sascha Hoogendoorn, University of Geneva, CH
«A CRISPR-based screen for Hedgehog signaling: insights into ciliary function and ciliopathies»
Host: Jolanda van Leeuwen

Monday April 8, 2019
Manuel Serrano, Institute of Research in Biomedicine, Barcelona, ES
«Tissue repair: An integrated view of senescence and reprogramming»
Host: Lluis Fajas

Monday May 13, 2019
Melanie Blokesch, EPFL, CH
«Ecology and evolution of the cholera-causing pathogen Vibrio cholerae»
Host: Richard Benton

Monday May 20, 2019
Manuel Irimia, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, ES
«How can hundreds of cell types be built from a single genome? Evolutionary mechanisms for proteome specialization»
Hosts: PhD students and Postdocs

Monday May 27, 2019
Justin Crocker, EMBL Heidelberg, DE
«Decoding evolution and development: From gene-regulatory structure to function»
Host: Richard Benton

Monday June 17, 2019
Martine Collart, University of Geneva, CH
«Co-translational assembly of proteasome in Not1 granules»
Host: David Gatfield

Monday June 24, 2019
Mihaela Zavolan, University of Basel, CH
«Regulation of RNA processing in relation to the cellular state»
Hosts: PhD students and Postdocs