DNA Repair & Genome Stability

In the summer semester 2021, the SFB 1361 will host the Lecture Series "DNA Repair & Genome Stability" again. We have added some new topics, so some lectures might also be interesting to those who already attended the lecture series in the past years. Please find the full schedule below or on the poster.

Lectures will be given by representatives from the SFB1361. They will take place online during the summer semester on Tuesdays, 9:00-10:30 am.

Lectures are open to scientists and students affiliated with the participating institutions. If you wish to participate in the online lecture series, please contact us. If you are a JGU Master’s student and wish to receive credits points for attending this lecture series, please register via JOGU-StINe.


13.04.2021DNA repair and genome maintenance – an overview / Genome maintenance during DNA replicationProf. Helle UlrichClick here
20.04.2021DNA damage signalingProf. Thomas HofmannClick here
27.04.2021DNA double strand break repair pathwaysProf. Markus LöbrichClick here
04.05.2021DNA damage by genotoxic and carcinogenic substancesProf. Markus ChristmannClick here
11.05.2021Regulation of DNA damage response by posttranslational modifications / DNA-binding proteins and MS methods to study DNA damageProf. Petra Beli / Dr Falk ButterClick here
18.05.2021Transposable elements and genome instability / Role of the cytoskeleton in genome stabilityDr Joan Barau / Dr Hans-Peter WollscheidClick here
25.05.2021Biogenesis of chromosome translocations / DNA damage triggered cellular responsesDr Vassilis Roukos / Dr Wynand RoosClick here
01.06.2021Chromatin and chromatin remodellingProf. Karl-Peter HopfnerClick here
08.06.2021Epigenetic DNA modificationsProf. Thomas CarellClick here
16.06.2021Targeting DNA damage response pathways for cancer therapy / DNA-protein crosslinks and their repairProf. Thomas Kindler / Prof. Julian StingeleClick here
22.06.2021Capping the ends of chromosomesProf. Peter BaumannClick here
29.06.2021RNA-DNA hybridsProf. Brian LukeClick here