The Génopode retreat is scheduled September 29 and 30, 2011
Please note that the departure of the bus (Thursday + Friday morning) is scheduled at 8:45 on the East side of the Génopode building (1st floor near the “magasin”). Return trips : on Thursday the bus will pick us up on the parc place at 21:45 and on Friday at 14:30.
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SKMB Gene Regulation Workshop
Wendy Bickmore (MRC, Edinburgh)
James Goodrich (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Edith Heard (Institut Curie, Paris)
Tom Maniatis (Columbia University Medical Center, New York)
Danesh Moazed (Harvard Medical School, University, Boston)
Steve Smale (University of California, Los Angeles)
Didier Trono (EPFL, Lausanne)
see also : http://www.medecine.unige.ch/skmb/
GEN Auditorium C
Event: Lausanne – Marie Curie Applicant Workshop
Regular price: 0 CHF
Registration: Register for this event following this link: quick registration (or login if you have an account with Euresearch)
This workshop is dedicated to researchers who intend to submit an individual Marie Curie fellowship in Auhust 2010.
Organizers: Euresearch Lausanne
This workshop, to be held on Friday 30th April 2010 (2nd time: May 7), is dedicated to
protein identification by mass spectrometry. Its goal is to give some
basic theoretical and practical knowledge on the mass spectrometry
(MS) techniques used in proteomics to identify proteins in simple and
complex mixtures. The course will cover the following main subjects:
• Fundamental concepts of mass spectrometry (MS) of peptides and
• Strategies for protein identification with MS data: theory,
• Database searches with MS data: practical examples and exercises
• Validation and interpretation of results
Hope to see you there !
September 6, 2010
October 4, 2010
November 1, 2010
December 6, 2010
January 10, 2011
Gisou van der Goot, EPFL
February 7, 2011
Bernard de Massy
March 7, 2011
April 4, 2011
May 2, 2011
June 6, 2011
The annual All SystemsX.ch Day is the largest event organized by SystemsX.ch and counts around 400 guests every year. It is a Swiss-wide networking and information exchange event, which attracts scientists, politicians, industry partners, and the public media. Besides being the main location where new projects are presented or proposed, it also promotes education and training opportunities in Systems Biology.
It takes place in rotating cities in Switzerland, according to the location of the hosting institution co-organizing the event, which is always one of the 11 partners of SystemsX.ch. Every year there is a guest speaker invited to talk about the latest news and discoveries in Systems Biology. Additionally, researchers from SystemsX.ch projects present their projects and results. The event ends with a scientific poster competition, which recognizes the best poster with a generous award for successful PhD students or postdocs.
The All SystemsX.ch Day provides scientists and non-scientists alike a great opportunity to exchange their knowledge, interests, and needs, while simultaneously acting as an initial platform for future research cooperation.
Geneva (details to be announced)
Dates: November 1 and 2, 2010