Seminars Archive

DateEventSpeakerInsitutionTitleVenuePoster
25.01.2024

SFB 1361 Seminar & 4G-RTG Joint Seminar

Dr Gaëlle LegubeCentre de Biologie integrative, Toulouse, FranceChromatin and chromosome dynamics at DNA Double Strand BreaksIMB/onlineAvailable here
07.12.2023

SFB 1361 & 4G-RTG Joint Seminar

Dr Claus AzzalinInstituto de Medicina Molecular, PortugalThe interplay between telomere transcription and shelterin at human telomeresIMB/onlineAvailable here
23.11.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Jacqueline Jacobs Netherlands Cancer InstituteGenome stability maintenance at broken DNA, telomeres and stalled replication forksIMB/onlineAvailable here
26.10.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Tim HumphreyUniversity of Oxford, UKChromosome breaks, chromatin and cancerIMB/onlineAvailable here
28.09.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Noel LowndesUniversity of Galway, IrelandNovel roles for kinases and kinesins in maintenance of genome stabilityIMB/onlineAvailable here
11.09.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Taekjip HaHarvard Medical School, USALight, CRISPR and DNA repairIMB/onlineAvailable here
31.07.2023

Professional Development Lecture

Prof. Martin Michel University Medical Centre MainzGood scientific practiceIMBAvailable here
31.07.2023

Professional Development Lecture

Dr Fabian MuttachCellventrix GmbHMy journey from academia to industry – Project management in big pharmaIMBAvailable here
06.07.2023

Professional Development Lecture

Dr Michael GommelScientific IntegrityGood scientific practice – Protecting research integrityonlineAvailable here
16.06.2023

SFB 1551 & SFB 1361 Joint Seminar

Prof. Dr. Matthias AltmeyerUniversity of ZurichDynamics and functions of DNA repair compartmentsIMB/onlineAvailable here
13.04.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Günter SchneiderUniversity Medical Center Göttingen, Germany Frameworks for novel pancreatic cancer therapiesIMB/onlineAvailable here
09.03.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Tomoyuki TanakaUniversity of Dundee, ScotlandHow chromosomes become prepared for segregation in mitosisIMB/onlineAvailable here
16.02.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Patrick MatthiasThe Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, SwitzerlandRole of the deacetylase HDAC6 and ubiquitin chains in stress response and viral infectionIMB/onlineAvailable here
08.02.2023

SFB 1361 Career Talk

Dr Nadine Müller Lonza, CologneFrom PhD to development scientist in biotech industryIMB/onlineAvailable here
26.01.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Stephanie PanierMax Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, CologneThe good, the bad and the ugly: SLX4IP-dependent regulation of the Alternative Lengthening of Telomeres PathwayIMB/onlineAvailable here
19.01.2023

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Martijn LuijsterburgLeiden University Medical Center, the NetherlandsMolecular mechanisms in transcription-coupled DNA repairIMB/onlineAvailable here
24.11.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Gaëlle LegubePaul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France[CANCELLED] Chromosome and chromatin dynamics at DNA Double Strand breaksIMB/onlineAvailable here
17.11.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Joachim LingnerEPFL, SwitzerlandChallenges of telomere maintenance and TERRA long noncoding RNAIMB/onlineAvailable here
14.07.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Keith CaldecottUniversity of Sussex, United KingdomDNA single-strand breakage and human diseaseIMB/onlineAvailable here
14.06.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Elliot BrownArden University, BerlinBurnout and digital wellbeing in a post pandemic worldonlineAvailable here
19.05.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Helen WaldenUniversity of GlasgowRegulation of DNA interstrand crosslink repair by monoubiquitinIMB/onlineAvailable here
28.04.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Olivier HyrienInstitut de Biologie de l'École Normale Supérieure, ParisUsing nanopore sequencing to study eukaryotic DNA replicationIMBAvailable here
31.03.2022

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Ian HicksonDepartment of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkMechanisms to copy Difficult-to-Replicate regions of the human genome”IMB/onlineAvailable here
13.12.2021

Ad Hoc Seminar

Dr Anne Freese / Dr Isabel FraasHumboldt University Berlin / University of WürzburgGender and diversity sensitive communication in scienceonlineAvailable here
09.12.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Johannes WalterHarvard Medical SchoolTranscription-coupled DNA repair in a test tubeonlineAvailable here
14.10.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Andrew DeansSt Vincent's Institute, Melbourne, AustraliaBiochemical reconstitution of the Fanconi Anaemia pathway and its role in genome stabilityonlineAvailable here
09.09.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Kyle MillerThe University of Texas at Austin, USProtecting genome integrity: Chromatin, cancer and the DNA damage responseonlineAvailable here
30.08.2021

Ad Hoc Seminar

Dr Hendrik HuthoffJena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich Schiller University, JenaLooking after your mental health in academiaonlineAvailable here
19.07.2021

Ad Hoc Seminar

Dr Zoë AyresAnalytical Scientist & Mental Health AdvocateThe human element: Managing mental health and why we are more than just our researchonlineAvailable here
10.05.2021

Ad Hoc Seminar

Dr Desiree DickersonAcademic Mental Health & Well-being Consultant, Valencia, SpainNavigating uncertainty during COVID timesonlineAvailable here
06.05.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Dipanjan ChowdhuryDana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, BostonExpanding the scope of DNA repair factors - replication and beyondonlineAvailable here
22.04.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Agnel SfeirSloan Kettering Institute / MSKCC, New York CityDNA repair: A tale of two genomesonlineAvailable here
21.04.2021

Ad Hoc Seminar

Prof. Thomas RigottiJGU / Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research MainzHow the COVID-19 pandemic impacts scientists – About risks and coping optionsonlineAvailable here
15.04.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Nick GilbertUniversity of EdinburghRegulation of large scale chromatin architecture in human cellsonlineAvailable here
11.03.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Dominik BoosUniversity of Duisburg-EssenA regulation platform of vertebrate replication origin firing – the MTBP-Treslin complexonlineAvailable here
25.02.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Daniel DurocherUniversity of TorontoSynthetic lethality and DNA repaironlineAvailable here
11.02.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Susan M. GasserFMI BaselRemodeling the chromatin landscape in response to damage: dynamics and degradationonlineAvailable here
03.02.2021

SFB 1361 Tech Talk

Dr Bärbel Lorenz / Dr Philipp RauchLUMICKSSingle-molecule studies of DNA repair and gene regulationonlineAvailable here
28.01.2021

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Alessandro CostaThe Francis Crick InstituteEukaryotic DNA replication visualised by cryo-EMonlineAvailable here
10.11.2020

SFB 1361/IRTG Seminar

Dr Gerhard WeinzierlEuropean Patent AttorneyAll you need to know about patentingonlineAvailable here
05.11.2020

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Andrew JacksonUniversity of EdinburghBeing the right size: a human story of cell numberonlineAvailable here
04.11.2020

GenEvo/SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Tina Astor / Dr Jörg SteinkampGerman Federation for Biological Data / Data Center, JGU MainzGFBio Roadshow – Research data management for biology, ecology and environmental sciences / Data management options at JGU MainzonlineAvailable here
14.10.2020

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Karim LabibUniversity of DundeeDestroying the eukaryotic replisomeonlineAvailable here
04.08.2020

Seminar

Prof. Björn SchumacherUniversity of CologneDNA damage responses in ageing and canceronlineAvailable here
27.02.2020

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Grant StewartUniversity of BirminghamUnderstanding how genome instability contributes to human diseaseIMBAvailable here
11.02.2020

SFB 1361/IRTG Seminar

Prof. Thomas RigottiJGU MainzStress and health in academia: When you cannot see clearly now, cause of obstacles in your way?IMBAvailable here
23.01.2020

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Matthias PeterETH ZürichRegulation of cell growth and divisionIMBAvailable here
19.11.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Uta EserBüro für Umweltethik, TübingenEthics in the life sciences: How to take responsibility in research practiceIMBAvailable here
14.11.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Matthias AltmeyerUniversity of ZurichEvaluating PARP inhibitor activities beyond BRCA mutationsIMBAvailable here
11.11.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Thanos HalazonetisUniversity of GenevaDNA replication stress in cancerIMBAvailable here
07.11.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Beat FierzÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale de LausanneA synthetic and single-molecule exploration of the dynamic chromatin landscapeIMBAvailable here
24.10.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Thomas KunkelNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Durham, USAStudies of eukaryotic DNA replication fidelityIMBAvailable here
19.09.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Amir Aharoni Ben Gurion University, IsraelLive cell measurements of eukaryotic DNA replication kineticsIMBAvailable here
10.07.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Ulf BeierChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USASIRT1 as a regulator of T cell functionInstitute of Toxicology, UMC MainzAvailable here
06.06.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Caroline KiskerUniversity of WürzburgNews from TFIIH − Putting together the piecesIMBAvailable here
25.04.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Rami I. AqeilanHadassah Medical School The Hebrew University of JerusalemMapping the breakome of cancer cells: What have we learned?Institute of Toxicology, UMC MainzAvailable here
21.03.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Lorenza PenengoUniversity of ZurichRole of ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like modifiers in the regulation of genome stabilityIMBAvailable here
21.02.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Prof. Anne DonaldsonUniversity of AberdeenLessons from yeast on human chromosome maintenanceIMBAvailable here
14.02.2019

SFB 1361 Seminar

Dr Boris PfanderMPI of Biochemistry, MartinsriedDouble strand break repair - control by chromatin and the cell cycleIMBAvailable here