Seminars 2018

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 12:15 

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

Seminar Programme:

(updated on a regular basis)

January 17, 2018, Pavel Tomancak, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden.
Title: Patterns of gene expression in animal development.
Venue: Dam auditorium

January 24, 2018, Elly Tanaka, IMP - Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna
Title: Turning on limb regeneration
Venue: Dam auditorium

February 14, 2018, Yohanns Bellaiche, INSTITUT CURIE, Paris 
Title: How to divide in epithelial tissue during morphogenesis.
Venue: Nielsine Nielsen Auditorium 

Canceled: February 22, 2018, Michaela Frye, Department of Genetics,
University of Cambridge.
Title: Cytosine-5 RNA methylation in stem cells and human diseases
Venue: Dam auditorium

February 28, 2018, Fredrik Lanner, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Title: Exploringpluripotency and early human development
Venue: Haderup Auditorium 

April 4, 2018, Raphael Kopan, Division of Developmental Biology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio 
Title: Intrinsic Age-Dependent Changes and Cell-Cell Contacts Regulate Nephron Progenitor Lifespan.
Venue: Dam Auditorium

April 23, 2018, 11:00-12:00, BRIC/DanStem Seminar
Stephano Mello, Radiation Oncology - Radiation Biology, Stanford University
Title: Elucidating p53 Transcriptional Networks Involved in Pancreatic Cancer Suppression
Copenhagen Biocenter, Seminar room, 2nd floor

April 25, 2018, Bill Harris, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge
Title: Diffusion of Fates
Venue: Dam Auditorium

May 9, 2018, Mirna Perez-Moreno Department of Cell Biology and Physiology, University of Copenhagen
Title: Interactions between skin stem cells and their niche in homeostasis and cancer
Venue: Holst Auditorium

May 14, 2018, 11:00-12:00,  BRIC/DanStem Seminar
Luis Arnes Perez, Department of Systems Biology, Columbia University
Title: The role of long noncoding RNAs in pancreas development and cancer
Copenhagen Biocenter, Seminar room, 2nd floor

June 06, 2018, Débora Bour'chis, Institut Curie
Title: Maternal epigenetic control of mammalian development: genomic imprinting and beyond.
Venue: Holst Auditorium

June 20, 2018, Claude Desplan, Center for Neural Science, New York University, New York.
Title: Building the motion vision pathway (in Drosophila)
Venue: Haderup Auditorium 

June 22, 2018, Andrew Xiao, Yale Cancer Center, Genomics, Genetics, and Epigenetics
Title: A surprise expansion of the mammalian epigenetic regulation repertoire
Venue: Adolf Hannover Auditorium

June 27, 2018, Ditte Andersen and Julien Colombani, Institut Valrose, Nice, France
Title: Drosophila as a model for studying inter-organ communication and intestinal stem cell physiology
Venue: Holst Auditorium

August 23, 2018, Patrick LemaireMontpellier Cell Biology Research Center, (CRBM)
Title: Ensuring reproducible epidermal morphogenesis in ascidians: an active-reactive mechanical model.

August 29, 2018, Meritxell Huch, Wellcome Trust/ CRUK Gurdon Institute, Cambridge, UK
Title: Liver progenitor cells and hepatic organoids

September 26, 2018, Sara Wickström, Max Planck Institute, Cologne
Title: Regulation of stem cell fate by niche-derived signals and forces
Venue: Nielsine Nielsen Auditorium 

October 10, 2018, Barbara Treutlein, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig.
Title: Reconstructing human development using single-cell transcriptomics 
Venue: Dam Auditorium

October 24, 2018, Joan Yuan, Lund University
Title: Peeling back the layers of B cell development
Venue: Dam Auditorium

October 31, 2018, Anna Kicheva, IST Austria
Title: Coordination of progenitor specification and growth in the developing spinal cord
Venue:  Henrik Dam Auditorium

November 21, 2018, David Bryant, Institute of Cancer Sciences / CRUK Beatson Institute 
Title: The phospholipid PI(3,4)P2 is an apical identity determinant
Venue: Henrik Dam Auditorium

December 12, 2018, Ulrich Elling, IMBA, Vienna
Title: The Genetics of Cell Identity Change
Venue:  Henrik Dam Auditorium