Lecture "A new era of medicine with induced pluripotent stem cells – iPS cells" and panel discussion "Implications of Stem Cell Therapy for Patients and Society" with Shinya Yamanaka, 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine.
'Exploring and exploiting the constraints of local signaling', by Professor John D. Scott
Morten Schak Nielsen, of Copenhagen University, will give a lecture titled, 'Connexin 43 gap junctions at the nexus of cardiac activation'.
Unfortunately, this seminar has been cancelled.
Dr. Robin Andersson, Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, will present the lecture Characterisation of regulatory activities and active chromatin architectures from transcription initiation events.
Second in the Sven Furberg Seminar Series: Dr. Robin Andersson, Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, will present the lecture, "Characterisation of regulatory activities and active chromatin architectures from transcription initiation events."
Professor Steve Bova is a Professor and Group Leader at the Prostate Cancer Research Center, Institute of Biosciences and Medical Technology, BioMediTech, University of Tampere and Fimlab Laboratories, Tampere University Hospital in Finland.
He will give a talk titled, 'Leveraging the evolutionary history of metastatic prostate cancer'.
Jaime Castro-Mondragòn is a PhD student in Bioinformatics. The title of his talk is, 'Identification of Transcription Factors related to mammalian promoters with distal functions'.
Dr. Harald Binder, Professor, Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, University Medical Center, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, will present the lecture Two uses of stagewise regression: from landmarking in cancer patients to deep learning for SNPs.
Dr. Harald Binder, Professor, Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, University Medical Center, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, will present the lecture:
"Two uses of stagewise regression: from landmarking in cancer patients to deep learning for SNPs".
M.Sc. Bertrand Simon, a joint PhD student from the EMBL-Hamburg and NCMM, will defend his thesis, "Structural and functional regulation of death-associated protein kinases activity by calcium/calmodulin binding" on March 14.
MRes Lisa Gerner at the Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway will be defending the thesis "An Exploration of the Structure and Function of Calcium/calmodulin-dependent kinase kinase 2 (CaMKK2) in Prostate Cancer" for the degree of PhD.
This meeting is intended for NCMM group leaders, NCMM Associate Investigators/Young Associate Investigators, Board members and other stakeholders and scientific leaders. The meeting is planned from lunch-to-lunch.
Yearly, the Centres arrange a common retreat where all employees and students at the centres are invited. Open the programme.
MSc Theis Sommer at the NCMM will be defending the thesis Biotechnological application and biophysical characterization of the bacterial enzyme Isatin hydrolase AND Structural studies of the regulatory N-terminal domain of the SLC4 bicarbonate transporter family and characterization of a novel zinc bindingfor the degree of PhD.
Doctoral candidate Master of Science Theis Sommer at NCMM will give a trial lecture on the given topic: Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
M.Sc. Nora Valeska Lieske at NCMM will defend her thesis for the degree philosophiae doctor (ph.d.): Modulation of Adaptive Immune Responses — Studies in infectious diseases and immune disorders.
Doctoral candidate Nora Valeska Lieske at NCMM will have her trial lecture on the topic: Towards a cure for HIV: challenges and possibilities.
M.Sc. Stalin Chellappa Gunasekaran at the Biotechnology Centre of Oslo will defend his theses for the degree philosophiae doctor (ph.d.): Human Regulatory T cells: Suppressive Function and Role in Pancreatic Cancer and Distal Bile Duct Cancer.
Master of Science Tianzhou Zhang at Department of Biosciences/ Biotechnology Centre will defend his dissertation for the PhD degree: Analysis of isoform specific functions of PKD1 and PKD3.
NCMM is inviting NCMM/ BiO Group leaders and staff, newly appointed and reappointed NCMM AIs and YAIs, Board members and other stakeholders and scientific leaders to a network Meeting.
Program is available.
MSc Kristine Moltu at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis Signal network analysis of T cell activation – in human T cells from blood donors and patients with colorectal cancer for the degree of PhD.