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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]

Forschung höchstpersönlich

Dominic Grün – Zellen würfeln nicht? Wie Zellen zu ihrer Identität finden.

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]

Biologisches Kolloquium – Uni Freiburg

Christoph Kleineidam – Colony coherence and individual decisions in ants

Christoph Kleineidam is heading a neurobiology research group at the University of Konstanz. In his research he aims to better understand the neuronal basis of behavior and its consequences for social organization in insects. [more]

Max Planck Seminar

Rita Rebollo – Epigenetic interplay between mammalian transposable elements and host genes.

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Gerhard Mittler – Massenspektronomie. Was das Wiegen von Eiweißen über unsere Zellen verrät

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]

Symposium

TriRhena transcription and chromatin club in Freiburg

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, Ph.D. 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]

 
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