Archive 2014

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST INFORMATIONS
13.01.2014 Cyrille Botté, ApicoLipid Team. Laboratoire Adaptation et Pathogenie des Microorganismes, Grenoble, FRANCE A novel apicoplast phosphatidic acid synthesis pathway responsible for the bulk of phospholipid synthesis in Apicomplexa DSF  
20.01.2014 Matthieu Berge, MIMOL Localization of the membrane-associated DNA entry pore for pneumococcal transformation PV
27.01.2014 Professor Nigel Savery, University of Bristol, UK Coupling transcription to DNA repair through molecular motors PL
03.02.2014 Martin J. Loessner, ETH Zurich, Institute of Food, Nutrition and Health The Cell Wall of Listeria monocytogenes - Structure, Interactions, and Life as an L-Form PL and PV
10.02.2014 Cynthia M. Sharma, Research Centre for Infectious Diseases (ZINF) University of Würzburg Regulatory RNAs in the pathogenic Epsilonproteobacteria Helicobacter pylori and Campylobacter jejuni PL
17.02.2014
24.02.2014 George Salmond, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK Bacterial gang culture: phenotypes, faith, flotation and phages PL
03.03.2014 Start of APP teaching no seminar
10.03.2014
17.03.2014 Steven Sinkins, Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences, Lancaster University, UK Interactions between Wolbachia inherited bacteria, mosquitoes and transmitted pathogens PL
24.03.2014 Angelika Gründling,Imperial College London A study on Staphylococcus aureus that starts at the cell wall and ends in nucleotide signalling PV
25.03.2014 Pierre-Yves Mantel,Dept of Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, USA Mechanisms of cellular communication in Plasmodium falciparum by parasite-derived micro vesicles DSF special seminar, tuesday, 11:30
31.03.2014 Patrick TRIEU-CUOT, Biology of Gram-Positive Pathogens, Institut Pasteur, Paris Complex regulation of virulence gene expression in streptococci PL
7.04.2014 Christine Citti, UMR1225 IHAP Interactions hôtes-agents pathogènes et Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire, Toulouse Pathogenic mycoplasmas: Molecular tricks and tips of minimal bacteria PL
14.4.2014 Norbert Polacek, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Bern The ribosome as novel target for small regulatory RNAs PL
21.04.2014 Pâques - Easter no seminar
28.4.2014 Student retreat
5.5.2014
12.05.2014 Mark Buttner, John Innes Center, Norwich, UK c-di-GMP Signalling in Streptomyces Development PV
19.5.2014
26.5.2014 Marie Soulière, Journal Manager, Frontiers, Parc scientifique EPFL, Switzerland EMBO and Lise-Meitner Post-doctoral fellowship, University of Innsbruck, Austria Gene regulation by bacterial riboswitches PV
2.06.2014 Matthias Horn, University of Vienna,Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, Austria Chlamydiae in the environment - How the analysis of non-model organisms can challenge long-standing knowledge PV
5.6.2014 THURSDAY Professor Alain Filloux Imperial College London, MRC, Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection, London The Pseudomonas aeruginosa Type VI Secretion System: a Weapon for Bacterial Warfare PL Frontiers in Biomedicine Seminars
09.06.2014 Pentecôte no seminar
16.6.2014
23.6.2014 50th anniversay of Molecular Biology Department,Faculty of Sciences
30.6.2014 Soren Molin, Danemark, Department of Systems Biology, Infection Microbiology, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Danemark Microbial life-style changes in relation to chronic airway infections in humans PhD students, Stéphanie Anchisi
15.9 Seamus Holden, EPFL One (patchy) ring to rule them all: studying the physical mechanisms of bacterial cell division using 3D super-resolution microscopy PV
22.9 James MacRae, Division of Parasitology, MRC National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, LONDON Energy and lipid metabolism in apicomplexan parasites –routes for drug therapy? DSF
29.9 Peter Graumann, University of Marburg Cell cycle control in a bacterium at single molecule level PV
6.10
13.10 Dr. Ross WALLER, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge Evolution and devolution in Alveolates: parasite invasion, organelle loss and chromatin reinvention DSF
20.10 Andreas Diepold, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford Translocation in Motion - In vivo Dynamics and Regulation of the Type III Secretion System PL
27.10 Nicolai Siegel, Biozentrum Würzburg Deciphering the Epigenome of African Trypanosomes PL
30.10 Thursday ! Yves Brun Mechanisms and regulation of bacterial surface attachment and biofilm formation PV
3.11 David Horn, Dundee University, Scotland High-throughput decoding of drug-resistance and virulence mechanisms in African trypanosomes PhD Students, Christina Mueller
5.11 Dr. Ruben Hartkoorn, Natural products to probe the vulnerability of microbes: the story of pyridomycins DSF
10.11 Beate Henrichfreise University of Bonn Institute for Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology (IMMIP) Pharmaceutical Microbiology Section Mechanistic insights into the chlamydial anomaly - cell wall biosynthesis and cell division in chlamydiae PV
17.11 Jan-Willem Veening, Molecular Genetics Department,University of Groningen Origins of Antibiotic Resistance” PV
24.11 Daniel Huber, CMU Optical dissection of cortical circuits underlying goal directed action PhD students, Stéphanie Anchisi
1.12 Philipp Engel,Department of Fundamental Microbiology, University of Lausanne Honey bee gut microbiota - a versatile model for microbial symbiosis PV
8.12 Martha Clokie, Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Leicester The ecology, evolution and applications of Clostridium difficile bacteriophages PL
15.12 Patrice Nordmann, MD, PhD Professor and Chair of Microbiology Medical and Molecular Microbiology Unit Emerging Antibiotic Resistance; 2014. PL

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