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Hagan Bayey

NCCR Lecture series: Hagan Bayley

Hagan Bayley, Professor of Chemical Biology (University of Oxford) will give two different talks at UNIGE and at EPFL in November.

NCCR Lecture series: Tatiana Kutateladze

Prof. Tatiana Kutateladze, Department of Pharmacology, University of Colorado School of Medicine (USA) will give a talk entitled “Molecular mechanisms of epigenetic regulation”.

NCCR Special Lecture series: Satoko Takemoto

Satoko Takemoto, research scientist from RIKEN, wille give a talk on”Performance evaluation of image segmentation methods for better objectivity of cell image analysis”.

NCCR Special Lecture series: Curtis A. Davey

Prof. Curtis Davey, School of Biological Sciences, College of Science, NTU, Singapore, will give a talk on “X-Ray crystal structure of a chromatosome: the fundamental nucleosome-linker histone assembly of Chromatin”.

Lecture series hosted by junior scientists: Thomas Ward

We invite you to the launch of the new NCCR lecture series hosted by junior scientists, featuring a combined talk and workshop by Prof. Thomas R. Ward (UniBas, Director of NCCR MSE) on artificial enzyme catalysis.

NCCR Lecture series: Philip A. Cole

Prof. Philip A. Cole, Director of the Department of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences, Johns Hopkins University Medical School, will give a talk entitled “Chemical approaches to sorting out protein post-translational modifications”.

Lecture series: Jeremy W. Thorner

Our next speaker, Jeremy W. Thorner, will speak about “A Protein Kinase Network Controls Plasma Membrane Lipid Homeostasis”.

Lecture series: Angela Gronenborn

Angela Gronenborn is an internationally renowned specialist in the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for investigating structure, dynamics and folding of biological macromolecules

Lecture series: Dorothea Fiedler

Dorothea Fiedler, Professor of Chemical Biology and newly appointed Director at the Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP), will give a talk about:”Elucidating the functions and mechanisms of inositol pyrophosphate messengers with chemical tools”.