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Special Seminar Series: Mark W. Wilson

Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or not, you will benefit Mark W. Wilson’s extensive experience in technology commercialisation. Multifaceted talent, Mark Wilson is an exceptional speaker that engages and inspires his audience.

Lecture series: Hening Lin

Hening Lin, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY will give a talk on “Sirtuins and novel PTMs in cancer”.

Special seminar series: Sandrine Sagan

Sandrine Sagan, Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Sorbonne Universities will talk about “Versatile membrane partners for Thiol-containing cell-penetrating peptides / protein-transduction domains”.

Special seminar series: Madan Rao

The next speaker of our Special seminar series is Madan Rao, Professor at the National Centre for biological sciences, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore, India. He will talk about “Active Composite Cell Surface : Mechanics of Information Processing”.

Special seminar series: Gradimir Misevic

The next speaker of our Special seminar series, Gradimir Misevic will talk about: “Single cell ‘omics’ with single bio-molecule detection: Nano in micro array prototype devices”

Special seminar series: Simon Alberti

Simon Alberti, Research Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (Dresden), will talk about: “Organizing living matter: the role of phase transitions in cell biology and disease”.

Special seminar series: Karsten Kruse

Karsten Kruse, from the department of Theoretical Biological Physics, Saarland University (Saarbrücken, Germany), will talk about “Size regulation of cytoskeletal structures”.

Special seminar series: Dario Neri

Dario Neri will talk about “Armed antibodies and targeted cytotoxics for the treatment of cancer and of rheumatoid arthritis”.

Seminar series: Thomas Carell

Thomas Carell, Full Professor for Organic Chemistry at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich, will talk about “New bases in our genome”.