CIG SEMINARS FALL 2010 PROGRAM

Program :

  • August 30, Ralph Greenspan, The Neuroscience Institute, San Diego, USA: Functional strategies shared by invertebrate and vertebrate nervous systems, Hosts : Students and Post-docs
  • September 13, Joseph S. Takahashi, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, USA: Genetic analysis of circadian clocks in mammals, Host : Paul Franken
  • September 27, Michael Rosbash, Brandeis University, HHMI, Waltham, USA: Circadian regulatory mechanisms in flies and mice, Host : Mehdi Tafti
  • October 11, Isabelle Vernos, Centre de Regulació Genòmica, Barcelona, Spain Mechanism of mitotic spindle assembly and dynamics, Host : Sophie Martin
  • Wednesday October 13 at 17:00, Steve McKnight, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, USA, Discovery of a pro-neurogenic, neuroprotective chemical, Hosts : Christian Fankhauser & Paul Franken
  • October 25, Liliane Michalik, CIG, University of Lausanne, Switzerland: The nuclear hormone receptor PPARbeta as a regulator of skin healing and carcinogenesis, Host : Alexandre Reymond
  • November 8, Andrew G. Fraser, Donnelly CCBR, Toronto, Canada: Natural variation in loss-of-function phenotypes in C. elegans, Host: Richard Benton
  • November 15, Enrique Amaya, University of Manchester, UK: The inflammatory response during embryonic wound healing, Host : Liliane Michalik
  • November 22, Mark McCarthy, Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism (OCDEM), Oxford, UK: Thinking big: lessons from large scale genetic studies in diabetes and obesity, Host : Bernard Thorens
  • November 29, Johan Auwerx, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland: Integrating metabolism through NAD sensors, Hosts : Paul Franken & Alexandre Reymond

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