Seminars 2016 – University of Copenhagen

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The DanStem Seminar Series 2016

The DanStem Seminar Series focus on topics within stem cell and developmental biology. It features Internationally renowned scientists and is organized and coordinated by DanStem's Principal Investigator Professor Anne Grapin-Botton, DanStem

Most seminars take place on Wednesdays, starting at 12:00

Venue: The Panum Institute, Building 6, 2nd floor, The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, Seminar room, (Map). Please note that due to renovations, the entrance at Blegdamsvej is the staircase outside of building 6

Seminar Programme: 

(updated on a regular basis)

January 20, 2016, Hector Herranz, ICMM, University of Copenhagen
Ttile: A fly approach to cancer

March 2, 2016, Agnete Kirkeby, Lund University
Title: Modelling human neural tube patterning with microfluidic gradients

March 16, 2016, Michele de LucaCentre for Regenerative Medicine “Stefano Ferrari", Modena, Italy
Title: Regenerative medicine by somatic stem cells: the paradigm of epithelial stem cells

March 30, 2016, Marianne Bronner, Caltech, Pasadena, USA 
Title: Using gene regulatory information to reprogram neural crest axial identify and cell fate

SPECIAL SEMINAR: Panum ICMM library, room 22.1.29.
April 4, 2016 15:00-16:00Højberg consulting guest speakers
Title: Innovation, patents and licensing in the stem cell field

April 6, 2016, Freddy Radtke, EPFL, Switzerland
Title: The double edged sword of Notch singling in cancer

April 27, 2016, Michel LabouesseInstitut de Biologie Paris Seine
Title: Embryonic life under tension

May 4, 2016, Hiroki R. Ueda, Riken CDB, Kobe, Japan
Title: Whole-body and Whole-organ Clearing and Imaging with Single-cell Resolution toward Organism-level Systems Biology in Mammals

May 18, 2016, Ramesh Shivdasani, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, USA
Title: Transcriptional and epigenetic control of tissue differentiation in vivo

May 27, 2016, Kat Hadjantonakis, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY
Title: Guts and Gastrulation: the cell dynamics orchestrating the emergence of endoderm

June 8, 2016, Ditte Andersen, Odense University Hospital
Title: Repairing the heart-from zebrafish to mammals

June 29, 2016, Danwei HuangfuMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York
Title: A CRISPR view of human biology through the lens of embryonic stem cells
The meeting will start 10:30, Panum Faculty Club

August 8, 2016, Parthiv PatelCenter for Molecular Biology, University of Heidelberg 
TitleHomeostasis and Tumorigenesis in the Fly Intestine
12:00-13:00, CPR Seminar room 

August 10, 2016, Agnete KirkebyDept. Human Neural Development, Lund University
TitleModeling human neural tube development with microfluidic gradients
12:00-13:00, CPR Seminar room 

August 15, 2016, Inga Loedige, EMBL, Heidelberg 
Developmental regulation through RNA binding: TRIM-NHL proteins control cell fate decisions
12:00-13:00, CPR Seminar room 

August 17, 2016, Johan Ulrik LindHarvard University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Instrumented, 3D printed, Muscular Organs-on-Chips
12:00-13:00, CPR Seminar room 

August 24, 2016, Jakub SedzinskiDepartment of Bioscience, University of Texas. 
Title: How to fit in? Emergence of an apical epithelial cell surface in vivo.
12:00-13:00, CPR meeting room 4-3-30

October 5, 2016, Dieter EgliColombia university, U.S.A (DanStem/ ICMM seminar)
Title: Mechanisms of genetic instability in development and reprogramming
Place: ICMM library, Panum Institute 22.1.29

November 09, 2016, Marcos Gonzalez-GaitanUniversity of Geneva
Title: Asymmetric spindle, asymmetric signaling endosomes, asymmetric division

November 30, 2016, Heiko Lickert, Technical University Munich (Helmholtz Zentrum München)
Title: Beta cell development and regeneration

December 14, 2016, Yuval Dor, The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School
Title: Non invasive detection of tissue damage

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