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LSSS 2004-2005

2004LSSS2005

Life Sciences Seminar Series

Past events

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Angela Krämer

Nicholas Proudfoot

University of Oxford, UK

Interconnections between mRNA 3’ end processing, transcription and chromatin structure

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Howard Riezman

Pier Paolo Di Fiore

FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology, Italy

Ubiquitin and Ubiquitin receptors, a novel network of interactions in traffic and signalling

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Jean-David Rochaix

Caroline Dean

John Innes Centre, UK

Vernalization, the need for winter in the switch to flowering

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Denis Duboule

Phil Ingham

University of Sheffield, UK

Genetic analysis of development in zebrafish

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: David Shore

Peter Sorger

MIT, USA

Chromosome segregation and genomic stability

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Denis Duboule

Cliff Tabin

Harvard University, USA

Patterning the vertebrate limb and heart

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Katharina Strub

Denise Barlow

Center of Molecular Medicine, Austria

Genomic imprinting and non-coding RNAs

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Françoise Stutz

Pam Silver

Harvard Medical School, USA

Connecting the genome to the cytoplasm: from mechanism to medicine

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Jean-Claude Martinou

Jürg Tschopp

Institute of Biochemistry, University of Lausanne

Stressosomes: sensors of intracellular danger and activators of caspases

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Jean Gruenberg

Graham Warren

Yale University, USA

Biogenesis of the Golgi apparatus

Hall A100, Sciences II

Host: Ulrich Schibler

Gary Ruvkun

Harvard Medical School, USA

Functional genomic analysis of microRNAs and RNAi in C. elegans