Seminar Archive 2006-2004

CMBI Seminar Series 2006

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  November 30, 2006:

Norbert Polacek, Ph.D.
Associate Professor at the Biocenter, Medical University Innsbruck, Austria
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Seminar title: Probing ribosome functions by nucleotide analogue interference
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Catalytic functions of 23S ribosomal RNA in protein synthesis


  October 9, 2006:

Kurt Faber, Ph.D.
Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Division of Organic & Bioorganic Chemistry, University of Graz, Austria
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Seminar title: Asymmetrische Naturstoffsynthesen mit biokatalytischen Kaskadenreaktionen
Host: Bernhard Kräutler

Area of Research: Biocatalysis

This is a joint event of the CMBI and the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH).
Please note special date and location:
Monday, Oct. 9, 2006, 17:15, Main Lecture Hall of the Chemical Institutes, Innrain 52a


  June 29, 2006:

Thorsten Schwerte,
Ph.D. Research Associate at the Institute of Zoology, LFU Innsbruck
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Seminar title: Early development of the cardio-respiratory system in the model animals zebrafish (Danio rerio) and Xenopus laevis with non-invasive computer assisted image analysis
Host: Reinhard Rieger

Area of Research: Zoology, developmental biology

Please note special location: Lecture Hall D, Technikerstr. 25


  May 4, 2006:

Bernd Nilius, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor at the Department of Physiology, KU Leuven, Belgium
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Seminar title: Sensing temperature with TRP channels
Host: Jörg Striessnig

Area of Research: Electrophysiology, ion channels, measurements from isolated single cells


  March 27, 2006:

Herbert Waldmann, Ph.D.
Professor, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology, Dortmund, Germany
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Seminar title: Biology Oriented Synthesis (BIOS)
Host: Ronald Micura

Area of Research: Natural product guided combinatorial chemistry, signal transduction modulators

This seminar is a joint event of the CMBI and the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH)
Please note special date and location:
Monday, March 27, 17:15, Main lecture hall of the Chemistry Department


CMBI Seminar Series 2005

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  December 15, 2005:

Andreas G. Bader, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist, Department of Molecular and Experimental Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California, USA
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Seminar title: Phosphoinositide 3-kinase in oncogenic transformation, cancer, and therapy
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Molecular mechanisms of carcinogenesis, oncogenes, signal transduction


  December 1, 2005:

Roland K. O. Sigel, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Zurich, Switzerland
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Seminar title: Structural and functional studies of a group II intron ribozyme: What are the effects of different metal ions?
Host: Bernhard Kräutler

Area of Research: Interaction of metal ions with nucleic acids


  June 30, 2005:

Jorge Mayer, Ph.D.
Golden Rice Project Manager, Campus Technologies Freiburg, University of Freiburg, Germany
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Seminar title: Golden Rice and other biotechnological projects for less developed countries
Host: Bernhard Auer

Area of Research: Nutritional genomics, plant biotechnology


  June 16, 2005:

Jens Rettig, Ph.D.
Professor at the Department of Physiology, Saarland University, Homburg, Germany
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Seminar title: Molecular mechanisms of Ca2+-dependent exocytosis from adrenal chromaffin cells
Host: Jörg Striessnig

Area of Research: Molecular mechanisms of neurotransmitter release


  May 12, 2005:

Manfred Sippl, Ph.D.
Professor, Center of Applied Molecular Engineering (CAME), University of Salzburg, Austria
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Seminar title: Bioinformatics of protein structure
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Bioinformatics, structure and function of proteins


  April 21, 2005:

Lukas A. Huber, M.D.
Professor at the Biocenter, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria
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Seminar title: Regulation of MAP kinase signaling in space and time
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Signal tranduction, endocytosis


  March 17, 2005:

Alan S. Verkman, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Medicine and Physiology, University of California, San Francisco, USA
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Seminar title: Novel physiological roles for aquaporin water channels - implications for new therapies
Host: Jörg Striessnig

Area of Research: Cell and membrane biophysics, aquaporins, cystic fibrosis


  March 3, 2005:

Knud H. Nierhaus, M.D.
Professor, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany
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Seminar title: The E-site story: new aspects of protein synthesis
Host: Ronald Micura

Area of Research: Assembly, structure, and function of ribosomes

This seminar is a joint event of the CMBI and the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH)


  January 20, 2005:

Gottfried Baier, Ph.D.
Associate Professor at the Institute for Medical Biology and Human Genetics, Innsbruck Medical University
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Seminar title: The protein kinase C gene family: biosystematics to resolve its cell functions
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Signal transduction


  January 13, 2005:

Ulf R. Rapp, M.D.
Professor at the Institute of Medical Radiation and Cell Research, University of Würzburg, Germany
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Seminar title: Apoptosis regulation by Raf kinases
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Cancer biology, retroviruses, oncogenes


CMBI Seminar Series 2004

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  December 16, 2004:

Alexandra Lusser, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at the Department of Molecular Biology, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria
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Seminar title: Chromatin assembly and remodeling: distinct activities of the molecular motor proteins CHD1 and ACF
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Chromatin assembly and remodeling


  December 2, 2004:

Robert Konrat, Ph.D.
Professor at the Institute of Theoretical Chemistry and Structural Biology, University of Vienna, Austria
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Seminar title: Structural biology, protein structure, NMR spectroscopy
Host: Klaus Bister

Area of Research: Structural biology, protein structure, NMR spectroscopy

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