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External Seminars Schedule 2019

Date Time Location Title Speaker/Affiliation
22.10.2019 16:00 HCI G3, NCCR RNA & Disease Research Seminar, ETH Hönggerberg "Angiogenin, tRNA and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis" Prof. Dr. Paul Anderson, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
22.10.2019 17:00 Y03-G-95, Department of Chemistry, UZH Irchel Campus " How 4D Structural Biology is Giving Rise to a Predictive Understanding of Cellular Biochemistry" Prof. Dr. Hashim M. Al-Hashimi, Duke University School of Medicine, USA
22.10.2019 17:15 Y17-M-05, Institute of Immunology and Infection Biology, UZH Irchel Campus "T cells in Malaria: A double edged-sword" PD Dr. phil. nat. Thomas Jacobs, Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Germany
23.10.2019 17:15 HCI J3, Institute of Microbiology, ETH Hönggerberg "The Type VI secretion system: a bacterial killing machine" Prof. Alain Filloux, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
29.10.2019 17:15 Y17-M-05, Institute of Immunology and Infection Biology, UZH Irchel Campus "Innate immune cell dynamics in the tissue interstitium" Dr. Tim Lämmermann, Max Planck Institute of Immunology and Epigenetics, Freiburg, Germany
30.10.2019 16:15 Y24-F-32, Institute of Evolutionary Medicine, UZH Irchel Campus "The body knows the score: eco-evolutionary processes in human health" Prof. Dr. Carol Worthman, Emory University, USA
30.10.2019 17:00 Y03-G-95, Department of Chemistry, UZH Irchel Campus "Mechanisms of Dye-Sensitization at Molecular-Semiconductor Interfaces" Prof. Dr. Gerald J. Meyer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
30.10.2019 17:15 HCI J3, Institute of Microbiology, ETH Hönggerberg "Chlamydia - host cell interactions at the cross road of cell autonomous defense and metabolism" Prof. Dr. Thomas Rudel, Biocenter University of Würzburg, Germany
13.11.2019 10:00 Y15-G-19, Life Science Seminar Series, UZH Irchel Campus "Transporting cargo over long distances: insights from dynein/dynactin structures" Andrew Carter, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, United Kingdom