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Past seminars (2024-2023)

Life Science Seminar Series

John Hammer

NIH

Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon / CNRS

A150, Sciences II

Host: Sandra Citi

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Life Science Seminar Series

Michalis Averof

Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon / CNRS

How does regeneration differ from development?

A150, Sciences II

Host: Alessandro De Simone

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Life Science Seminar Series

Déborah Bourc'his

Institut Curie

Novel actors in chromatin-based control of transposable elements

A150, Sciences II

Host: Orsolya Barabas

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Life Science Seminar Series

David Parichy

University of Geneva

Genetics, development and evolution of zebrafish pigmentation

A150, Sciences II

Host: Athanasia Tzika

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Life Science Seminar Series

Michaela Frye

DKFZ

Targeting RNA modifications in cancer

A150, Sciences II

Host: Ramesh Pillai

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Life Science Seminar Series

Patrick Verstreken

VIB-KU Leuven Center for Brain & Disease Research

Neurotransmission, synaptic dysfunction and neurodegeneration

A150, Sciences II

Host: Emi Nagoshi

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Life Science Seminar Series

Patricia Bassereau

Institut Curie

Shaping membranes with proteins and cytoskeleton filaments

A150, Sciences II

Host: Aurélien Roux

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Dpt of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Klas Wiman

Karolinska Institute

Targeting missense and nonsense mutant TP53 in cancer – novel therapeutic strategies and clinical trials

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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Life Science Seminar Series

Joel Bloch

Rockefeller University

Structural and Mechanistic Insights into N-Glycan Biosynthesis

A150, Sciences II

Host: Florian Steiner

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Life Science Seminar Series

Edward Boyden

MIT Biological Engineering, USA

Optical Tools for Analyzing and Repairing Biological Systems

A150, Sciences II

Host: PhD Association

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Life Science Seminar Series

Gunter Wagner

Yale University

Evolutionary Biology of Cancer Malignancy

A150, Sciences II

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Life Science Seminar Series

Marie Delattre

Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, LBMC

Why (and how) do some animal species systematically eliminate portions of their genome in their soma ?

A150, Sciences II

Host: Florian Steiner

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Life Science Seminar Series

Cheryl Kerfeld

Michigan State University

Phycobilisomes and Bacterial Microcompartments:Modular Assemblies Functioning in the Mesoscale

A150, Sciences II

Host: Michael Hothorn

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Life Science Seminar Series

Sarah Zanders

Harvard Medical School

Evolution of antiviral immunity

A150, Sciences II

Host: Sophie Martin

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Life Science Seminar Series

Philip Kranzusch

Harvard Medical School

Evolution of antiviral immunity

A150, Sciences II

Host: Dominique Soldati

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Life Science Seminar Series

Sergio Grinstein

Biochemistry department, University of Toronto, USA

Membrane remodelling in macrophages

A150, Sciences II

Host: PhD Association

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Life Science Seminar Series

Andreas Strasser

WEHI

How does the tumor suppressor p53 prevent us from cancer?

A150, Sciences II

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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Dpt of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Iva Tolić

Institute Ruđer Bošković in Zagreb

Biophysics of cell division

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Ivana Gasic

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Dpt of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Dr Adrien Rousseau

University of Dundee

Exploring the regulation of proteasome assembly upon stress

A0019, Sciences III

Host: Sophie Martin

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Dpt of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Mor Nitzan

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Inferring collective spatiotemporal organization in biological systems from single-cell data

4059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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