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Past seminars (2011-2010)

Geneva Plant Seminars

Prof. Sam Zeeman

Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETHZ

Amylases and Amylase-Like Proteins - New Functions for Old Enzymes in Metabolic Regulation and Cellular Signaling

A150, Sciences II

Host: Michel Goldschmidt-Clermont

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Erwin Grill

Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan Technische Universität München

Drought signalling in plants

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Ursula Brikczynska

Michel Milinkovitch's laboratory

Molecular basis of vomeronasal perception in snakes

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Robert Maeda

François Karch's lab

Domain activation in the BX-C: exploring the mechanism of initiator action

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

François Karch

Dpt of Genetics & Evolution, Unige

The Bithorax Complex of Drosophila: An Exceptional Hox Cluster

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Dr. Kazufumi Mochizuki

IMBA (Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences)

Small RNA-directed DNA elimination in Tetrahymena

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Roberto Sierra

Pawlowski's laboratory

Transcriptomic analysis of Foraminifera and Radiolaria: insights into evolution and genomic biology of rhizarian eukaryotes

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Robert Asher

Univ. Cambridge

Variability in the axial skeleton of tenrecs and other southern placental mammals

4059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Michel Milinkovitch

Département de génétique et évolution

Intelligent Design: L'imposture du créationnisme scientifique

Auditoire Piaget, Uni Dufour

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Zuzana Zachar

Department of Biochemistry & Cell Biology, Stony Brook University

Lipoate derivatives selectively disrupt cancer cell metabolism

4059, Sciences III

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Quentin Dietschi

Ivan Rodriguez's laboratory

Formyl peptide chemoreceptors: from the immune to the olfactory system

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Nicolas Demaurex

CMU / Physiology & Metabolism

Following the paths of calcium & protons inside cells and organelles

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Nam Hai Chua

Rockefeller University, New York

Genome-wide analysis uncovers elaborate regulation of long noncoding RNAs in Arabidopsis

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Jean-David Rochaix

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Ludivine Challet

Ivan Rodriguez's laboratory

Ludivine Challet's Department seminar

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Jean Luc Popot

IBPC, Paris

Applications of amphipols to membrane protein studies

A100, Sciences II

Host: Jean-David Rochaix

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Athanasia Tzika

Milinkovitch's lab

Cetacean forensics in Peru

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Beat Imhof

CMU / Pathology & Immunology

When migrating cells accompany your life

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Michel Havaux

CEA/Cadarache, France

Singlet oxygen production and detoxification in Arabidopsis during photo-oxidative stress

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Theresa Fitzpatrick

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Joost Woltering

Denis Duboule's lab TBA

Hox and the fin to limb transition

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Paul Brakefield

Univ. of Cambridge UK & Leiden Univ. NL

Evolution on the butterfly wing

A100, Sciences II

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Silke Reiter

Brigitte Galliot's lab

How to translate stress into regenerative response

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Elena Kardasch

University of Münster, Germany

Live Imaging of Cell Migration in Zebrafish

352, Sciences II

Host: Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Nicolas Buchon

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Tissue homeostasis during host-microbe interactions: interplay between immunity and stem cell activation in the Drosophila intestine

0013, Sciences III

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Yvan Wenger

Brigitte Galliot's lab

Yvan Wenger's Department seminar

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Didier Picard

Sciences III / Cell Biology

From human to molecular chaperones, sometimes doped by steroids

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Franck Lejzerowicz

Jan Pawlowski's lab

Recovery of ancient eukaryotic DNA from downcore deep-sea samples

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Reika Watanabe

Sciences II / Biochemistry

Membrane traffic and cell polarity

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Natalia Soshnikova

Denis Duboule's lab

Natalia Soshnikova's Department seminar

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Rudi Schläfli

Illumina

MiSeq?: The Personal Next-Generation Sequencing Platform

4059, Sciences III

Host: José Fahrni

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Keyt Fischer

ND

Mammalian Aging, Metabolism and Ecology: what bats and marsupials can tell us about aging in mammals

4059, Sciences III

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Dimitri Moreau

Mol. & Cell Biol. in Singapore

Genome-wide RNAi screens identify genes required for Ricin and Pseudomonas Exotoxin intoxications

352, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Ken Poss

Duke University Medical Center, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Heart Regeneration in the Zebrafish

A100, Sciences II

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Jean Michel Gibert

François Karch's lab

The Polycomb-group gene cramped contributes to environmental canalization

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Aurélien Roux

Sciences II / Biochemistry

Membrane Traffic Mechanics

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Marc Buehler

FMI, Basel

RNAi-mediated co-transcriptional gene silencing (CTGS) in fission yeast, a primitive plant

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Dr. John Ryal

Metabolon Inc. , Durham, NC, USA

The Use of Biochemical Profiling for Biomarker Discovery

3079, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Nicolas Buchon

EPFL-SV-GHI-UPLEM, Lausanne

Live and let die: stem cell activation and maintenance of tissue homeostasis during host/microbial interactions in the gut of Drosophila

352, Sciences II

Host: Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Lorenzo Borghi

ETHZ

RETINOBLASTOMA-RELATED protein: new duties for a key regulator of the cell cycle in Arabidopsis thaliana

3079, Sciences III

Host: Michel Goldschmidt-Clermont

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Geneva Biology Club

Leonardo Scapozza

Sciences II / Pharmaceutical biochemistry

Molecular recognition and proteins dynamics: old & future challenges in drug discovery

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Lieven De Veylder

Cell Cycle Research; VIB Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University, Belgium

In and out of the cell cycle

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Roman Ulm

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Ayako Yamaguchi

Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

A new pathway to initiate flower formation: Transcriptional regulation of floral meristem identity genes

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Taisuke Nishimura

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Yohanns Bella?che

Research Manager, Institut Marie Curie, Paris, France

Spindle orientation from cell fate specification to tissue morphogenesis in Drosophila

352, Sciences II

Host: Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan

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Dpt of Plant Sciences

Kateryna Fal

Gr. Pr PASZKOWSKI

Tor transposable elements in the genome of Oikopleura dioica : activity during the development and in vitro study of the protein synthesis

2024, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Stefan Mundlos

Institut für Medizinische Genetik and Max Planck Institut für Molekulare Genetik, Berlin

Malformations of the limbs in humans - on HOX genes and other major players

A100, Sciences II

Host: Denis Duboule

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Jacqueline Deschamps

Hubrecht Institute Developmental Biology and Stem Cell Research

Cdx, Hox and axial growth & patterning in the mouse embryo

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Denis Duboule

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Prof. Jean Finnegan

CSIRO, Plant Industry, Canberra, Australia

Flicking the switch on Polycomb regulated genes

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Florenci Serras

University of Barcelona

Tissue Regeneration in Drosophila imaginal discs

4059, Sciences III

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Steve Austad

University of Texas Health Science Center

Dietary Restriction and Slow Aging: A New Look at an Old Paradigm

A100, Sciences II

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Irmgard Irminger

Molecular Gynecology and Obstetrics Laboratory; HUG, Gen?ve

BARD1 a regulator of BRCA1

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Patrícia Beldade

Institute of Biology, University of Leiden, the Netherlands

Evo-devo and the mechanisms behind morphological diversification

4059, Sciences III

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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