Seminars 2019

The DanStem Seminar Series focuses on topics within stem cell and developmental biology. It features Internationally renowned scientists and is organized and coordinated by DanStem's Principal Investigator Associate Professor Elke Ober.

Most seminars take place on Wednesdays, starting at 12:15 

Venue: The Panum Institute or The Mærsk Tower. Please check the venue for each seminar. 

Seminar Program:

(updated on a regular basis)

January 21, 2019, 12:00,  Julien Dumont, Institute Jacques Monod (IJM), Université Paris 
Title: Mechanisms of chromosome segregation in the C. elegans embryo
Venue: 7.15.92, Mærsk Tower

February 6, 2019, Francesca Spagnoli, King´s College, London
Title: Engineering pancreatic cells: cell fate choices and plasticity
Venue: DAM auditorium

February 11, 2019, Frederic LemaigreFaculté de médecine et médecine dentaire, Institut de Duve
Title: Gene regulatory networks driving hepatic cell fate determination
Venue: Holst auditorium

February 27, 2019, Marcelo RivoltaDepartment of Biomedical Science, University of Sheffield
Title: Developing a stem cell-based therapy for the treatment of hearing loss
Nielsine Nielsen auditorium

April 01, 2019, Clare Blackburn, MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, The University of Edinburgh
Title: Thymus generation and regeneration
Venue: DAM auditorium

April 17,  2019, Anne Ferguson-SmithDepartment of Genetics, University of Cambridge
Title: Epigenetic inheritance in mammals
Venue: DAM auditorium

May 10, 2019, Tristan Rodriguez, Imperial college, London
Title: Cell competition: a two edged sword that can shape embryonic development and promote tumour
Venue: DAM auditorium

May 15, 2019, Andrew Ewald, Department of Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Title: Cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating normal and malignant epithelial morphogenesis
Venue: DAM auditorium

May 22, 2019, Urban LendahlKarolinska Institutet
Title: Dysregulated Notch signaling in disease
Venue: Victor Haderup auditorium

May 29, 2019, James Briscoe, The Francis Crick Institute, London
Title: Building a spinal cord: the molecular and cellular logic of neural tube development
Venue: DAM auditorium

September 11, 2019, Kate Storey, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee
Title: Mechanisms regulating neural differentiation
Venue: Henrik Dam Auditorium

October 16, 2019, Felicity DavisSchool of Pharmacy, The University Of Queensland
Title: Mammary cell behaviour during development, homeostasis and tissue remodelling: Insights obtained from quantitative, multi-dimensional imaging
Venue: Henrik Dam Auditorium

October 17, 2019, 11:00, Mariaceleste AragonaLaboratory of stem cells and cancer
Université Libre de Bruxelles.
Title: Stem cell dynamics and signaling in response to force-mediated skin expansion
Venue: Faculty Club (Panum)

October 30, Sirio DupontDepartment of Molecular Medicine, University of Padova
Title: New insights into ECM mechanotransduction pathways: Old friends, unexpected beginners 
Venue: Nielsine Nielsen Auditorium

December 9, 11:15, Davide Seruggia, Boston Children's Hospital
Title: The dark and bright side of epigenetics: interrogating chromatin modifiers and non-coding elements
Venue: Faculty club (Panum)

December 10, 12:00, Carsten Marr, Helmholtz Zentrum München
Title: Artificial intelligence in biomedical image analysis
Venue: Haderup auditorium

DanStem alumni seminar
December 18, Laurence Lemaire, Levine lab, Princeton University, Princeton
From single cell transcriptome lineages toward a gene regulatory brain map
Venue: Dam Auditorium