Seminare 2023

Andreas Meul, MSc

AG Illmer (Supervision: Illmer & Präg), Department of Microbiology, University of Innsbruck

Effects of air pressure on upwards shifting alpine ecosystems

Adam Ossowicki, PhD

Institute of Biology Leiden, Universiteit Leiden, Leiden/NL

Disentangling soil microbiomes by perturbation: disease suppressive soil case study

Cesar Sanchez

Senior Editor, Nature Communications - Microbiology and Infectious Diseases team

How to get your paper published in Nature Communications (or other journal)

Andrea Garvetto, PhD

AG Neuhauser, Department of Microbiology, University of Innsbruck

You are how you eat: the role of phagocytosis in phytomyxid-host interactions

Edel Pérez LópezAssociated Professor

Departement of Phytology, Université Laval - Québec, Canada

Understanding a very unique plant pathogen, one effector at a time

Dr. Natalia Schiefermeier-Mach

Wissenschaftliche Leiterin, fhg - Zentrum für Gesundheitsberufe, Innsbruck, Austria

Microscopic analysis of host-pathogen interactions

Siripuk Suraporn, Assistant Professor

Faculty of Science, Mahasarakham University (Thailand)

Microorganisms in silkworm farming: Balancing benefits and risks

Lucia Colleselli, MSc

Department of Microbiology, University of Innsbruck

Biological Synthesis of microbial-mediated nanoscaled particles

MSc student session 1

Department of Microbiology, University of Innsbruck


MSc student session 2

Department of Microbiology, University of Innsbruck


Adam Taylor Ruka, MSc

PhD candidate - Ecosystem Biology University of Southern Bohemia České Budějovice (CZ)

Seasonal dynamics of plant-microbial interactions in the Pitztal Valley

Maliheh Sarikhani, MSc

PhD candidate - Dept. Microbiology Alzhara University Teheran (Iran)

Mixed organic acid production using ruminal acidogenic microorganisms cultivated on agricultural wastes

Chiara L. Pedrazzini, PhD

Postdoctoral researcher, Agroscope - Switzerland

The population genomic structure of the European cockchafer Melolontha melolontha and of its fungal pathogens in an Alpine region

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