Seminars & Events

Host: Erika Pearce

Lena Pernas - Mitochondria-Microbe Conflict

Max Planck Special Guest Lecture Series
This talk is canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. (10.03.2020) [more]

Jeroen Roose - “Naïve T cells are not so dormant” (Tonic mTOR signals and immune-tuning)

Max Planck Special Guest Lecture Series

Sara Hamilton – Scientific Publishing: An Editor’s Insight

Max Planck Seminar
Sara Hamilton is Scientific Editor for Cell Reports. Her talk at the MPI-IE in the lecture hall on Wednesday, July 17th at 10:00 am is entitled: “Scientific Publishing: An Editor’s Insight”. [more]

Veit Hornung - Inflammasomes: Guardians of Cellular Integrity

Max Planck Seminar
Seminar link: https://www.ie-freiburg.mpg.de/events/15954/4678708 [more]

Florent Ginhoux - Macrophage and Dendritic Cell Biology: From Development to Functions

Max Planck Seminar
Seminar link: https://www.ie-freiburg.mpg.de/events/15952/4678708 [more]

Jeffrey Rathmell – Fueling T cells in inflammation and immunity

Max Planck Seminar
Jeffrey Rathmell is Professor at the Vanderbilt University (Nashville, USA) and visits the MPI-IE Freiburg this February. The Rathmell lab focuses on how metabolic pathways influence the function and fate of lymphocytes in inflammatory diseases, anti-tumor immunity, and in leukemia. Hosted by Erika Pearce, his seminar is entitled “Fueling T cells in inflammation and immunity”. Start is on Friday, February 23, 2018 at 1pm. (http://www.ie-freiburg.mpg.de/events/12903/4678708) [more]

Alan Sher – Iron metabolism as a target for host-directed therapy of tuberculosis

Max Planck Seminar
NIH Researcher Alan Sher, PhD will visit Freiburg and joins the Max Planck Seminar Series at December 1st, 2017. The talk is entitled “Iron metabolism as a target for host-directed therapy of tuberculosis”. Begin is at 1pm in the Main Lecture Hall of the MPI-IE. [more]

Eugene Oltz – Normal and Pathogenic Regulatory Circuits Governing Gene Expression in Human Lymphoid Cells

Max Planck Seminar
Eugene Oltz, Professor of Pathology and Immunology at the Division of Laboratory and Genomic Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (USA), will come to Freiburg on November 10th, 2017. He and his lab at WashU are focussing on how “genetic control elements communicate with epigenetic pathways to orchestrate aberrant changes in gene expression that underlie non-Hodgkin lymphoma; gene expression programs for normal B and T lymphocyte development, and; long-range changes in chromatin required for the assembly of antigen receptor genes by V(D)J recombination.” (source: Oltz Lab page). At the MPI-IE he will give a talk entitled “Normal and Pathogenic Regulatory Circuits Governing Gene Expression in Human Lymphoid Cells”. Start is in the Main Lecture Hall of the institute at 1pm. [more]
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