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A combined seminar calendar for Freiburg


A combined seminar calendar for Freiburg [more]

Events and Seminars

Seminars & Events



4th Max Planck Epigenetics Meeting

The international meeting on the broad area of epigenetics and chromatin takes place on November 30th - December 2nd, 2016, at the MPI-IE in Freiburg. [more]

Max Planck Seminar

Matthias Hentze - Smartphone proteins connecting gene expression and metabolism

During his short stop at the MPI-IE on Monday, December 21st, 2016 Matthias Hentze will give a seminar entitled “Smartphone proteins connecting gene expression and metabolism”. The seminar starts at 1pm in the Main Lecture Hall of the institute. [more]


TriRhena transcription and chromatin club in Basel

The tri-national "Transcription and Chromatin Club" is a half-day symposium that brings together chromatin, epigenetics, and transcription groups from within the Strasbourg (IGBMC), Freiburg (MPI-IE), and Basel (FMI) area. In addition to external keynote speakers, PhD students and Postdocs are encouraged to present their work. With an informal but high quality atmosphere, the meeting aims to foster discussion and inspiring new and strengthen existing collaborations. [more]

Special Friday Science Afternoon

Lutz Hein – Dynamics of the cardiomyocyte epigenome in development and disease

  • Date: Nov 11, 2016
  • Time: 16:00 - 17:00
  • Speaker: Lutz Hein
  • Institute of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Freiburg, Germany
  • Location: MPI-IE
  • Room: Main Lecture Hall
  • Host: Nicola Iovino

On Friday Science Afternoons at the MPI-IE usually a group leader of the institute presents his/her research to the internal audience. But this time the MPI-IE is pleased to announce Prof. Dr. med. Lutz Hein, Professor and Chair at Institute of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. [more]

Special Guest Seminar

Mina Bissell – Closing the Loop: “How a Linear DNA Sequence Becomes a Three Dimensional Tissue and How it May Become Malignant and Metastatic”

Mina Bissell has been recognized for her lifetime contributions to the fields of breast cancer research, the enhanced role of extracellular matrix (ECM) and the nucleus environment to gene expression in normal and malignant tissues. These works have ushered and have changed some central paradigms that have strengthened the importance of context in the development of cancer. [more]

Special Guest Seminar

Forschung höchstpersönlich

Angelika Rambold – Organellen-Netzwerke. Wie sich die Organe unserer Zellen aufeinander abstimmen.

The talk series “Forschung höchstpersönlich” was established in 2012 at the MPI-IE. Four times a year, scientists of the institute present their research within a broader context to non-scientific employees to allow better insights into the performed research. The talks are hosted by the public relations officer of the institute and are given in German. [more]

Special Guest Seminar

Marc Schmidt-Supprian – Investigating Lymphomagenesis, NF-kB Activation and Beyond

The research group of Professor Schmidt-Supprian (b. 1972) investigates aspects of human autoimmune diseases and immune cell cancers in genetically modified mice. Professor Schmidt-Supprian studied chemistry and biochemistry at the Universities of Würzburg and Tübingen and Trinity College Dublin. Between 1999 and 2003 he performed his doctoral studies under the supervision of Professor Rajewsky at the University of Cologne and Harvard Medical School, acquiring his doctorate in 2003. He continued to work with Professor Rajewsky at Harvard as a postdoctoral fellow (2004) and as a junior investigator/instructor in pathology (2004-2007). At the end of 2007 Professor Schmidt-Supprian started a DFG Emmy Noether research group at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry. In 2014 he was appointed to a tenure track professorship position at TUM. [more]

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