Seminarreihe BILL – Biomedical Lectures Leipzig

Vorschau 2016

14.04.2016 Prof. Dr. John Creemers
Dept. of Human Genetics
KU Leuven
The role of Proprotein Convertases PC1/3 and Furin in diabetes and obesity; from genetics to mechanism
28.04.2016 Prof. Dr. Rolf Schröder
Universitätsklinikum Erlangen
Institut für Neuropathologie
The impact of mutant desmin on the cytoskeleton,mitochondria, biomechanics and protein quality control systems in striated muscles cells
12.05.2016 Prof. Dr. Alexander Dalpke
Uni Heidelberg
Med. Mikrobiol. u. Hygiene
Innate immunity and microbiome of the airways in health and disease
26.05.2016 Prof. Dr. Thomas Kamradt
Universitätsklinikum Jena
Institut für Immunologie
Why the joint? Trained synovial cells translate systemic autoimmunity into joint destruction
02.06.2016 Dr. Hisham Bazzi
Uniklinikum Köln
Hautklinik u. CECAD
The roles of cytoskeletal organisers in mouse development
16.06.2016 Prof. Dr. Stefan Lichtenthaler
TU München
DZNE Standort München
Neuroproteomics: proteases and substrates in Alzheimer´s diseases and brain development
30.06.2016 Prof. Dr. Klaus Römer
Universität des Saarlandes
Medizinische Fakultät
Managing Director José Carreras Zentrum Homburg/Saar
The MDM2 ubiquitin ligase and transcriptional inhibitor – novel mechanisms of regulation
14.07.2016 Prof. Dr. Seth M. Rubin
University of California
Structure and Regulation of Protein Complexes
Controlling Cell-Cycle Dependent
Gene Expression
29.07.2016 Prof. Dr. Michael Brandeis
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Department of Genetics
The 21st birthday of the APC/Cyclosome
8.12.2016 Prof. Dr. Jessica Bertrand
Uniklinikum Magdeburg
Experimentelle Orthopädie
Influence of BCP crystals on the chondrocytic phenotype
15.12.2016 Prof. Dr. David Kelsell
Queen Mary University London
Blizard Institute
IRHOM2: key regulator of the epidermal stress response
12.1.2017 Prof. Dr. Roger Sandhoff
DKFZ Heidelberg
Function and Metabolism of CerS3-dependent Sphingolipids in Skin Barrier and Sperm Development

Ort: Sächsischer Inkubator für klinische Translation (SIKT) Philipp-Rosenthal-Str. 55, 04103 Leipzig
Raum:103
Zeit: 17 Uhr


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Prof. Dr. Thomas Magin, Prof. em. Dr. Sunna Hauschildt, Prof. Dr. Gottfried Alber,
Prof. Dr. Steffen Roßner, Prof. Dr. Frank Emmrich