< Research  Seminars

Past seminars (2012-2011)

Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Ana Paula Catunda

Galliot's lab

Ana Paula Catunda department seminar

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Frank Lejzerowicz

Pawlowski's lab

Identifying the Foraminifera in the environment using metagenetic sequencing

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Prof. Patrick Emery

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Post-transcriptional regulatory mechanisms controlling Drosophila circadian behavior

4059, Sciences III

Host: Ivan Rodriguez

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Dpt of Plant Sciences

Peter Meintjes

Biomatters Ltd.

Geneious

A50B, Sciences II

Host: Marco Catoni

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Leonardo Beccari

Duboule laboratory

Regulatory gene networks underlying vertebrate forebrain specification

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Markus Geisler

University of Fribourg

T?te-?-t?te: Regulation of auxin transport by protein-protein interaction

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Luis Lopez Molina

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Prof. Thomas Bozza

Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

An olfactory subsystem that mediates innate aversion to volatile amines in mice

4059, Sciences III

Host: Ivan Rodriguez

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Geneva Biology Club

Dr. Dominique Belin

Department of Pathology and Immunology, CMU, Geneva

A life with non-essentials

1069, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Geert De Jaeger

VIB, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University, Belgium

Protein complex isolation from plants: "the early days are gone..."

3079, Sciences III

Host: Roman Ulm

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Daniel Cossios

Juan Montoya's lab

Comparative phylogeography of Andean mammals

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Michel Strubin

CMU / Microbiology and Molecular Medicine

My 30-Year Decline from Mammals to Yeast and finally to Viruses, with a Common Theme: Gene Expression

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

François Karch

François Karch's lab

Dissecting the sequences required for Fab-7 boundary function within the BX-C

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Prof. Paul Sharpe

Department of Craniofacial Development, Dental Institute, Kings College, London

Tooth development, growth and stem cell-mediated repair

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Denis Duboule

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Dpt of Plant Sciences

Jean David Rochaix

Université de Gen?ve

L'importance des plantes pour la vie humaine

A300, Sciences II

Host: Theresa Fitzpatrick

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Ruben Abagyan

UCSD

Computational biology and molecular interactions

352, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Mannu Kamalraj Walia

Institute of Genetics, Molecular and Cell Biology, Strasbourg, France

Estrogen-induced CBP methylation by CARM1 is critical to regulate gene programmes in estrogen signaling

4059, Sciences III

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Sandrine Galetti

Karch lab

Characterization of early non-coding RNAs from the BX-C

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Szymon Tomczyk

Galliot's lab

Hydra as a new model system for aging research

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Michel Goldschmidt Clermont

Sciences III / Departments of Molecular Biology and of Plant Biology

The photosynthetic chloroplast: biogenesis and light acclimation

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Craig S. Pikaard

Indiana University, USA

RNA Polymerase IV and V subtypes mediating RNA silencing in Arabidopsis and maize

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Daniel Cossios

Montoya's lab

Comparative phylogeography and evolutionary history of Andean mammals

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Juan Montoya Burgos

Sciences III / Genetics & Evolution

On the origin of fish diversity: from the tropics to genomics

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Helge Ewers

ETH, Zurich

Seeing the forest, tree by tree - single molecule localization microscopy

174, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Laure Perret Gentil

Pawlowski's lab

Hidden diversity of monothalamid Foraminifera

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Leif Andersson

Dept of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Uppsala University + Dept of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Contrasting mode of evolution at coat color loci in domestic animals and their wild ancestors

A100, Sciences II

Host: Michel Milinkovitch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Estelle Brioudes

Galliot's lab

Characterization of Hippo pathway in Hydra

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Osvaldo Chara

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

Modeling signaling in regeneration: the link between cell death and cell proliferation

0009, Sciences III

Host: Brigitte Galliot

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Wanda Buzgarlu

Galliot's lab

Cell death and cell cycling, a sophisticated and intricate relationship

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Plant Sciences

Shanmugabalaji Venkatasalam

Université de Neuchâtel

Plastoglobules: versatile lipoprotein particles in plastids

A100, Sciences II

Host: Luis Lopez Molina

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Dpt of Plant Sciences

Joanna Polko

Plant Ecophysiology, Utrecht, NL

Cellular basis and molecular regulation of ethylene-induced hyponastic growth in Arabidopsis

A50A, Sciences III

Host: Luis Lopez Molina

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Prof. Jean Luc Wolfender

UNIGE - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Metabolomic strategies for the search of original stress induced biomarkers in plants and fungi

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Theresa Fitzpatrick

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Dpt of Plant Sciences

Olivier Voinnet

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich

?Caught in the Act? ? The Awakening and Demise of a Plant Retrotransposon: When, Where, How?

3079, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Laurent M?ne Saffrané

Université de Fribourg

Role and mode of action of vitamin E in plant growth and development

A150, Sciences II

Host: Luis Lopez Molina

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Wanda Buzgariu

Galliot's lab

TBA

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Jan Pawlowski

Sciences III / Genetics & Evolution

TBA

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Dr. Andreas Wächter

University of Tübingen, Germany

Regulation of alternative mRNA splicing by Polypyrimidine tract-binding proteins in Arabidopsis

A150, Sciences II

Host: Theresa Fitzpatrick

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Alexander Adibekian

The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California

Developing selective inhibitors and activity-based probes to functionally annotate uncharacterized serine hydrolases

352, Sciences II

Host: Howard Riezman

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Chantal Vaury

Inserm, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Small RNA-mediated protection against transposable element mobilization in germline and somatic lineages of Drosophila

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Geneva Biology Club

Patrick Linder

CMU / Microbiology and Molecular Medicine

Acquisition and regulation of virulence factors in S. aureus

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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BioPhD

Manuele Piccolis

Robbie Loewith's Lab, University of Geneva , Department of Molecular Biology

Identification of TORC1 and TORC2 Upstream

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Robbie Loewith

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Geneva Biology Club

Martine Collart

CMU / Microbiology and Molecular Medicine

The conserved Ccr4-Not complex is a polysome-associated chaperone that participates in ribosome biogenesis and both proteasome and exosome assembly

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Dr Nicolas Buchon

Global Health Institute , EPFL, Lausanne

Host/Microbe interactions in the Drosophila gut: A model for tissue homeostasis and mucosal immunity

A100, Sciences II

Host: Denis Duboule

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Jaroslaw Tyszka

BioGeoLab, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow

Morphogenesis of foraminiferal tests: modelling approach

unknown, unknown

Host: Jan Pawlowski

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Prof. Ludovic Jullien

ENS, Département de Chimie, Paris, France

Chemical Approaches for Control and Analysis of Biological Progresses

A100, Sciences II

Host: Claude Piguet

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Dr. Frédy Barn?che

Institut de Biologie de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

Fine-tuning of light-driven gene expression changes through histone H2B ubiquitination

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Roman Ulm

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Cécile Sykes

Laboratory Physico-Chemistry Curie, CNRS/Institut Curie, Paris, France

Mimicking Systems of Cell Shape Changes

352, Sciences II

Host: Aurélien Roux

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Geneva Biology Club

Patrick Viollier

CMU / Microbiology and Molecular Medicine

Daughter cell-specific gene expression in a bacterium: reinforcement mechanisms and polarity cues

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Francois Karch

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Societe Chimique De Geneve

Department of Biochemistry, University of Geneva

Physico-chemistry of dynamin, a protein that breaks lipid membranes

A100, Sciences II

Host: Aurélien Roux

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Dr. Leonardo Beccari

Université de Madrid

Study of Six3 regulation in vertebrates and its functional implications

4059, Sciences III

Host: Denis Duboule

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BioPhD

Jörg Morf

Ueli Schibler lab, Department of Molecular Biology, University of Geneva

The cold-inducible RNA-binding protein CIRP regulates circadian gene expression

1S059, Sciences III

Host: Ueli Schibler

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Etienne Morel

Columbia University

The PI3P/MVB/ESCRT pathway in Alzheimer?s disease: endosomal sorting and amyloidogenic processing of APP

352, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Carsten Janke

Institut Curie, Paris

Regulation of microtubule functions by post-translational modifications

352, Sciences II

Host: Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Suliana Manley

Laboratory of Experimental Biophysics, Institute of Physics of Biological Systems, EPFL

Quantitative super-resolution imaging of viral assembly

352, Sciences II

Host: Aurélien Roux

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Ian Baldwin

Department Of Molecular Ecology, Max Planck Institute For Chemical Ecology, Jena, Germany

Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Roman Ulm

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Dpt of Genetics & Evolution

Pr. Hitoshi Sakano

Tokyo University

The neural circuit formation in the mouse olfactory system

4059, Sciences III

Host: Ivan Rodriguez

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Marta Miaczynska

International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology IIMCB Warsaw Poland

APPL & Co ? the role of endocytic proteins in signaling

352, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Michael Bevan

John Innes Centre, Uk

Linking comparative genomics and whole-genome sequencing in an assault on the bread wheat genome

3079, Sciences III

Host: Jerzy Paszkowski

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Olivia Muriel

Spanish National Cardiovascular Investigation Center CNIC, Madrid

Actin-mediated regulation of Caveolin1-containing membranes dynamics

352, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Kai Simons

Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden

Lipids and cell membrane organisation

A100, Sciences II

Host: Marcos Gonzalez Gaitan

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Wafik El Deiry

Cancer Institute, Hematology/Oncology, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, USA

Targeting cell death receptors in cancer therapy

A100, Sciences II

Host: Thanos Halazonetis

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Dr Saul Purton

University College London

New techniques and applications in algal biotechnology

3079, Sciences III

Host: Michel Goldschmidt-Clermont

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Geneva Plant Seminars

Cyril Zipfel

The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, UK

Receptor kinase-mediated innate immunity in plants

1S081, Sciences III

Host: Roman Ulm

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Dpt of Biochemistry

Alexander Rouvinski

Microcrobiol. and Mol. Genetics, IMRIC, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Studies on the propagation and pathogenesis of prions in cultured cells

352, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

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