8.11.19, RNA Lecture series continues on 15 November 2019
We are happy to announce the next dates and speakers of the RNA Lecture Series for WS2019/2020. Everyone is welcome:
Venue of all lectures: IMP Lecture Hall
Friday, 15 November - UPDATED as of 14.November:
cancelled: Elif Karagöz ‘ talk: postponed to 31 January!
11:15 – 12:45 Shambaditya Saha (IMBA, Vienna):
“Macromolecular phase separation in germ cell fate”
Friday, 6 December:
09:15 – 10:45 Jörg Vogel (University of Würzburg):
“RNA Biology on a microbiome scale”
11:15 – 12:45 Dieter Braun (LMU Munich):
“Microfluidic nonequilibria for the emergence of life ”
Friday, 17 January:
09:15 – 10:45 Eric Miska (Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge):
11:15 – 12:45 Eliezer Calo (MIT Department of Biology)
“Maintenance of nucleolar homeostasis during development: The role of non-coding RNAs”
Friday, 31 January – updated:
09:15 – 10:45 Elif Karagöz (Max Perutz Labs Vienna):
“Non-conventional RNA processing mechanisms to cope with cellular stress”
11:15 – 12:45 Rene Ketting (IMB Mainz)
“Small RNA biology in the nematode C. elegans”
About the RNA Lecture Series – a format of talks always well received especially by the students:
Two invited RNA experts per date present their research topics comprehensively in two consecutive 90-minute-lectures in the morning, having enough time for thorough introductions to their fields and sharing their “hottest research”, describing how they attacked and solved open scientific questions.
Lunch with the guest speakers and individual meetings in the afternoon provide plenty of opportunity for informal interactions with these internationally renowned scientists.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to meet the speakers.