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Max Planck Seminars – Monthly overview Zoom Image
Max Planck Seminars – Monthly overview

Seminar Series (internal)

The Tuesday seminar is the central platform of scientific presentations for PhD students and postdocs within the MPI-IE. This internal seminar series allows each Tuesday from 1-2 pm two researchers to introduce and discuss their projects and results with all scientific members of the institute.

Tuesday Seminar (internal)

The Tuesday seminar is the central platform of scientific presentations for PhD students and postdocs within the MPI-IE. This internal seminar series allows each Tuesday from 1-2 pm two researchers to introduce and discuss their projects and results with all scientific members of the institute.
Once a month a group leader of the MPI-IE presents his/her research to the internal audience. The talks are scheduled on Friday at 4 pm.

Friday Science Afternoon (internal)

Once a month a group leader of the MPI-IE presents his/her research to the internal audience. The talks are scheduled on Friday at 4 pm.

Seminar Series open to a wider audience

The international high-profile seminar series takes place Thursdays from 1-2 pm in the lecture hall and is widely advertised and open to other institutions.

Special Guest Lecture Series

The international high-profile seminar series takes place Thursdays from 1-2 pm in the lecture hall and is widely advertised and open to other institutions.
Quite regulary we welcome experts in the field of biology to share and discuss research results.

Max Planck Seminar

Quite regulary we welcome experts in the field of biology to share and discuss research results.
Four times a year, a scientist of the MPI-IE presents his/her research within a broader context to guests and non-scientific employees of the institute to allow better insights into the performed research. The talks take place at Wednesdays from 11–12 am, are given in German and are explicitly addressed to non-scientists.

Forschung höchstpersönlich

Four times a year, a scientist of the MPI-IE presents his/her research within a broader context to guests and non-scientific employees of the institute to allow better insights into the performed research. The talks take place at Wednesdays from 11–12 am, are given in German and are explicitly addressed to non-scientists. [more]
The Chromatin Club is a joint seminar of the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC) in Strasbourg, the Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) in Basel and the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics (MPI-IE) in Freiburg. It rotates three times a year (Feb., Jun., Oct.) between these institutes.

Chromatin Club

The Chromatin Club is a joint seminar of the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC) in Strasbourg, the Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) in Basel and the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics (MPI-IE) in Freiburg. It rotates three times a year (Feb., Jun., Oct.) between these institutes. [more]

Events and Seminars

Seminars and events

Forschung höchstpersönlich

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Dr. Benoît Kanzler - Von Mäusen, Menschen und Mausmodellen.

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]

Max Planck Special Guest Lecture Series

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Jens Brüning - Inflammatory signaling in obesity and metabolic disease

Jens Brüning is Director at Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research, Cologne, Germany. He and his research group on “Neuronal Control of metabolism” is interested to unravel the fundamental regulatory principles of how neurons sense nutritional cues and then to determine the neurocircuitry responsible for the coordinated adaptation of behavioral and autonomic outputs. Prof. Dr. Jens Brüning will visit the Max Planck in Freiburg on October 5th, 2017. In the Main Lecture Hall of the institute he will speak on “Inflammatory signaling in obesity and metabolic disease”. The talk starts at 1pm. [more]

Max Planck Special Guest Lecture Series

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Emmanouil Dermitzakis - Contribution of non-coding DNA to complex disease and cancer

Emmanouil T. Dermitzakis is Professor at the Department of Genetic Medicineand Development (University of Geneva Medical School, Switzerland). In his lab on Functional Population Genomics and Genetics of Complex Traits Laboratory he and his team are focussing on genome-wide analysis of gene expression variation and cellular phenotypes and association with nucleotide variation with a focus on disease susceptibility. Emmanouil joins the MPI-IE Special Guest Lecture Series with a talk on “Contribution of non-coding DNA to complex disease and cancer”. The talks takes place in the Main Lecture Hall of the institute on October 12, 2017 – starting 1pm. [more]

Max Planck Special Guest Lecture Series

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Andreas Trumpp - Stem cells and cancer

Prof. Dr. Andreas Trumpp is head of the Division of Stem Cells and Cancer (DKFZ) and Managing Director of the Heidelberg Institute for Stem Cell Technology and Experimental Medicine. He and his team is interested in unraveling the molecular and cellular basis of hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) and embryonic stem cell (ESC) self-renewal. With that the team wants to develop strategies to detect and target cancer and metastatic stem cells and break therapy resistance. Andreas Trumpp will give a talk on “Cancer and Stem cells” (Main Lecture Hall; October 25th, 2017; 1pm). [more]

Max Planck Seminar

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Daniel Jarosz – tba.

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Max Planck Special Guest Lecture Series

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Paul Martin - Studying inflammation in wound healing and cancer

Paul Martin is Professor of Cell Biology at the University of Bristol. He and his lab works on wound healing and has established models (Drosophila, zebrafish and mouse) to study the molecular and cellular basis of tissue repair and the associated wound inflammatory response. Currently the lab is investigating the genetics and cell biology of wound inflammation, in order to learn how best to modulate the inflammatory response to prevent fibrosis, and identifying parallels between wound and cancer-triggered inflammation. Paul Martin will give his talk “Studying inflammation in wound healing and cancer” in the Main Lecture Hall of the MPI-IE on Thursday, Oct., 26th 2017 at 1pm. [more]

 
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