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MeInBio talk series

Several times per year, MeInBio invites researchers with international reputation to speak about their latest results.

Overview of the talk series:

 

 08.01.2020:

Manja Marz, Mathematics and Computer Science, University Jena: "Bioinformatics meets Biology - case examples from Jena"

13. Feb 2020:

Michael Stadler, Computational Biology, Friedrich Miescher Institute, Basel: "Mammalian ISWI and SWI/SNF chromatin remodelers mediate binding of specific subsets of transcription factors"

28. May 2020:

Peter  F. Stadler, Bioinformatics, University Leipzig: tba


 

15. July 2019:

Oliver Rossbach, Biochemistry, University Gießen: "Artificial circular RNA sponges as a novel tool in molecular biology and medicine"

18. Dec 2019:

Erik van Nimwegen, Biozentrum, University Basel: "Inferring gene regulatory landscapes from single-cell data"


 

12. July 2018:

Christian von Mering, Molecular Life Sciences, University Zürich and Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics: "The STRING database of protein networks: Bringing added value and functional insights to experimental biologists"

17. July 2018:

Kyung Min Noh, Genome Biology Unit, EMBL, Heidelberg: "Dynamics and function of histone variant H3.3 in embryonic stem cells and neurons" (together with CRC992)

09. Oct 2018:

Mihaela Zavolan, Biozentrum, University Basel: "Translation regulation from yeast to man" (Together with CRC992)

22. Nov 2018:

Angus Lamond, Centre for Gene Regulation and Expression, University of Dundee: "Deep Proteins: iPS cells and navigating Data Mountain" (Together with SGBM


 

20. Dec 2017: 

Hans A. Kestler, Medical Systems Biology, University Ulm: "Boolean networks for modeling biological signaling processes