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Datum/Zeit Ort Art Dozent Titel
19.09.17 Homburg

SFB 894 Retreat

Principal Investigators Description
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22.09.17 / 13.00
Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Robert Ernst, Institute of Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Saarland University Crosstalk of protein and membrane homeostasis via the unfolded protein response
29.09.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Cordelia Imig, Max-Planck-Institute for Experimental Medicine Molecular and Morphological Correlates of Synaptic and Large Dense-Core Vesicle Priming
20.10.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress report Dieter Bruns A11
23.10.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Beate Winner, Institute for Human Genetics, Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg. Human stem cell derived models: What can they teach us about neurodegenerati​ve diseases
30.10.17 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Brian Mac Vicar, Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia, Canada tba
02.11.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Julia Schiemann, Centre for Integrative Physiology, School of Biomedical Sciences The University of Edinburgh Edinburgh, Scotland tba
03.11.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Rhona Mirsky & Kris Jessem tba
17.11.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Frank Kirchhoff A12
15.12.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Christoph Maack A13

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

Datum/Zeit Ort Art Dozent Titel
15.09.17 / 13.00
Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Jun.-Prof. Bianca Schrul, Medical Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Center for Molecular Signaling, PZMS, Saarland University, Homburg An unexpected Liaison of Lipid Droplets and Peroxisomes – PEX19-mediated Protein Targeting to Lipid Droplets
01.09.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Jun.-Prof. David Mick, Center of Human and Molecular Biology (ZHMB) Saarland University, Homburg Deciphering Cellular Signaling Processes in Primary Cilia by Time-Resolved Proximity Labeling and Proteomics
24.08.17 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Vorlesungsreihe Flyer Gender Equality
25.08.17 / 13.00
Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar AssocProf. Thomas Schikorski, Neuroscience, Central University of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico
Synaptic Vesicle Power Spinning
is a Quick Lottery
Synaptic Vesicle Power Spinning
is a Quick Lottery
21.08.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Manuel Friese, Institut für Neuroimmunologie und Multiple Sklerose (INIMS), Zentrum für Molekulare Neurobiologie Hamburg (ZMNH)
Disentangling neuroinflammatory and neurodegenerative
responses in multiple sclerosis
18.08.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress report Jutta Engel A8
29.06.17 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Lecture Series Zur Registrierung: https://doodle.com/poll/3xkfpvbawyseds3m SFB 894 Lecture Series Gender Equality
26.06.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Jonathan Soboloff, Fels Institute & Dept. of Med Gen & Mol Biochem, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, Philadelphia, USA Novel mechanisms controlling Ca2+ signaling during T cell activation
23.06.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Ute Becherer A9
22.06.17 / 11.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Assoc. Prof. Joerg Bewersdorf, Yale University School of Medicine Visualizing Cellular Dynamics and Structure at the Nanoscale by STED and PALM/STORM Optical Nanoscopy
20.06.17 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Gerhard Dahl , Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Miami, School of Medicine Differential activation and inhibition of distinct conductance and permeability conformations of the Panx1 channel
16.06.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Bernd Bufe
Molecular Neurobiology, Saarland University
(soon: Professor for Immunology, Hochschule Kaiserslautern, Campus Zweibrücken)
Bacterial Signal Peptides: a Novel Mechanism for Sensing Pathogens
16.06.17 / 11.30 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Elaine Del Bel, Dept. of Morphology, Physiology and Pathology, University of Sao Paulo, Dental Schooll of Ribeiro Preto The Antibiotic and Parkinson’s: Oppose, they got doxy! How mouse genetics reveal novel treatment options
09.06.17 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Gregor Fuhrmann, Biogenic Nanotherapeutics, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Saarbrücken Extracellular vesicles as smart carriers for small molecule drugs
08.06.17 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Lecture Series Zur Registrierung: https://doodle.com/poll/3xkfpvbawyseds3m SFB 894 Lecture Series Gender Equality
01.06.17 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Robert Bals, Internal Medicine and Pulmonolgy, Saarland University, Medical Center Innate Immunity at mucosal surfaces
26.05.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Tommaso Fellin, Department of Neuroscience and Brain Technologies, Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, Italy Two-photon optogenetics for the optical probing of brain circuits with naturalistic patterns of activity
19.05.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report
Frank Schmitz
A7
05.05.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Peter Stern, MD, PhD, Senior Editor SCIENCE - Europe Office Cambridge, UK The manuscript selection process at SCIENCE
28.04.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Veit Flockerzi & Stephan Philipp

A3 / Cavbeta3 – more than a Cav channel subunit (Anouar Belkacemi)

27.04.17 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Ari Waisman
Institute for Molecular Medicine, Universitätsmedizin Mainz
Cytokine regulation of T cells and microglia development and function
07.04.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Tobias Hartmann, Deutsches Institut für Demenzprävention, Saarland University From molecular biology to therapy. LipiDiDiet results on Alzheimer’s disease prevention
20.03.17 / 13.00
Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar
Prof. Lisa Stowers, Dept. of Neuroscience, The Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, USA Leveraging olfaction to study social behavior in the mouse
17.03.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal Progress Report Anna-Maria Miederer & Barbara Niemeyer A2
24.02.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Gary Lewin, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association, Berlin Molecular exploitation of an extremophile mammal
17.02.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal Progress Report Markus Hoth A1
09.02.17 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. U. Valentin Nägerl, Synaptic Plasticity and Super-Resolution Microscopy, Institut Interdisciplinaire de Neurosciences, Université de Bordeaux / CNRS UMR 5297 Super-resolution imaging of neural structure and functionneurons
03.02.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Tanja Brigadski, Informatik und Mikrosystemtechnik, University of Applied Sciences, Kaiserslautern The neurotrophic factor BDNF: intracellular transport and activity-dependent secretion in hippocampal neurons
20.01.17 / 12.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Richard Zimmermann & Adolfo Cavalié A4
13.01.17 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Ivan Kadurin, University College London Proteolytic maturation of α2σ subunits controls function and trafficking of neuronal Cav channels
12.01.17 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Jörn Walter, Genetik & Epigenetik, UdS Epigenomics – from next generaton sequencing data
to functonal interpretaton
09.12.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal Progress Report Frank Zufall / Ulrich Boehm A17 / A18
24.11.16 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Nica Borgese
National Research Council, Institute for Neuroscience and Dept. of Medical Pharmacology, University of Milan, Italy
VAP-B and its P56S mutant: an adaptor protein of the ER involved in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
18.11.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal Progress Report

Elmar Krause & Jens Rettig

Petra Weißgerber & Ulrich Boehm

Martin Jung

P1
P2
P3
14.10.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Stephan Sigrist, Genetics, Freie Universität Berlin Ca channels versus release machinery: sub-active zone
13.10.16 / 14.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Martin van der Laan, Medical Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Saarland University Impact of mitochondrial membrane architecture on organellar calcium signal transmission
07.10.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal Progress Report Varsha Pattu & Jens Rettig A 10
27.09.16 / 09.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Jeffrey L. Brodsky, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, USA ER associated degradation and protein conformational disease: Lessons from model systems and therapeutic opportunities
22.09.16 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Diana Peckys
Biophysics, Saarland University
New visions into membrane proteins with environmental scanning electron microscopy in liquid
11.07.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Frank Kirchhoff, Institute of Molecular Virology, Ulm University Medical Center, Ulm Tricks and adaptions that allowed HIV-1 to cause the AIDS pandemic
01.07.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Stephan Sigrist, Genetics, Freie Universität Berlin Ca channels versus release machinery: sub-active Zone
21.06.16 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 46, Seminarraum Pharmakologie Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Rachel Simmonds, School of Biosciences & Medicine, University of Surrey Guildford, England The pathogenic mechanism of the mycobacterium ulcerans virulence factor, mycolactone
21.06.16 / 14.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Tobias Moser, Institute for Auditory Neuroscience & InnerEarLab, University Medical Center Göttingen Quantitative nanophysiology of presynaptic Ca2+ influx
17.06.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Ute Becherer/Frank Kirchhoff A9/A12
13.06.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Georg Nagel, Julius-von-Sachs-Institut, University of Würzburg Channelrhodopsin et al.: Natural and engineered photoreceptors for optogenetic applications
10.06.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Andre Zeug, Institute for Neurophysiology, Hannover Medical School The impact of small GTPase activity in astrocyte Ca2+ signalling
09.06.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Enrico Schleiff, Buchmann Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main New frontiers in protein targeting and translocation into chloroplasts
08.06.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Rommy von Bernhardi Montgomery, Departamento de Neurología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Age-related changes of microglia: a new perspective for neurodegenerative diseases
02.-03.06.16 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Leopoldina Symposium Nähere Informationen unter http://sfb894.uni-saarland.de/en/calendar/leopoldina/ Stem cells and cellular regulatory mechanisms
25.05.16 / 16.30 Homburg, Geb. 65 (Institut für Klinisch-Experimentelle Chirurgie), Seminarraum Gastseminar Dr. Phil Salmon, Bruker microCT, Kontich, Belgien microCT in clinical practice and preclinical research: Imaging tool for intraoperative imaging of freshly resected sections and for high (<9 µm) resolution imaging of small animals
23.05.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Matthijs Verhage
Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitice Research, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
Trafficking and secretion of neuropeptide-containing dense core vesicles in mammalian neurons
20.05.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Dieter Bruns A11
19.05.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Maaike Pols, Faculty of 1000 PRESENTING - A new way of writing, discovering and sharing science
05.-07.05.16 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium CRC 894 Symposium 2016 Nähere Informationen unter http://sfb894.uni-saarland.de/en/calendar/meetings-2016/ Cutting edge concepts in calcium signaling
15.04.16 / 11.00 Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal Progress Report Christoph Maack A13
07.04.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar Prof. Kurt Vermeire
Virology and Chemotherapy, KU Leuven, Belgium
Study of a signal peptide specific translocation inhibitor: a unique down-modulator of human CD4
22.03.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Ruth Murell-Lagnado, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex, UK Regulation of store operated Ca2+ entry and ER Ca2+ by the sigma1 receptor
18.03.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal Progress Report Frank Schmitz (speaker: Stephan Maxeiner) / Jutta Engel (speaker: Stephanie Eckrich & Jutta Engel) A7 / A8
19.02.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Veit Flockerzi & Stephan Philipp
Richard Zimmermann & Adolfo Cavalié (Speaker Tillman Pick)
A3 / A4
18.02.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Aránzazu del Campo Bécares,
Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien, Saarbrücken
Guiding cell-biomaterials communication with light
28.01.16 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Reinhard Jahn
Max-Planck Institut für biophysikalische Chemie, Göttingen
Mechanisms of SNARE-mediated membrane fusion
15.01.16 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report Markus Hoth
Barbara Niemeyer & Christine Peinelt
A1 / A2
02.12.15 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Christian Madry, Department of Neuroscience, University College, London, UK An ion channel which regulates immune surveillance of the brain by microglia
24.11.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Theresa Bunse, CCU Neuroimmunology and Brain Tumor Immunlogy (G160), German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg About the immune-modulatory effects of the oncometabolite 2-HG in the glioma microenvironment
17.11.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Nicholas Dale, School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick, UK Chemosensory signalling by hypothalamic tanycytes
13.11.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report

Elmar Krause & Jens Rettig

Petra Weißgerber & Ulrich Boehm

Martin Jung

P1 / P2 / P3
11.11.15 / 11.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Peter Ruth, niversität Tübingen, Pharmakologie und Toxikologie BK and Slack Channels in Nociception
27.10.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Michael Dustin, The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, University of Oxford, UK

Synaptic ectosomes: a new way for immune cells to target information
23.10.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report

Ulrich Boehm

Peter Lipp

A18 / A19
16.10.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Rainer Heintzmann,
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Jena University
Structured illumination and the analysis of single molecules in cells
06.10.15 / 11.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Martin Oheim, Brain Physiology Lab, University Paris Descartes, Paris Spontaneous, evoked and photo-evoked Ca2+ signals in fine astrocyte processes - imaging fragile compartments with femtosecond laser pulses

30.09.-01.10.15

Homburg

Symposium

Program-Flyer

CIPMM & SFB 894 Joint Meeting

CIPMM Inauguration Symposium

24.-25.09.15 Göttingen Symposium Details Ribbon Synapse Symposium 2015
23.09.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Andreas Görlich, Molekularbiologie, Rockefeller Universität, New York Nicotine addiction: new insights into the role of the habenulo-interpeduncular pathway
17.09.15 / 17.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar

Prof. Salvatore Valitutti, INSERM, Toulouse, France

Immunological synapses in human health and disease
11.09.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Progress Report

Frank Zufall

A17
10.09.15 / 14.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Dr. Amit Agarwal, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA Molecular mechanisms of spontaneous Ca2+ oscillations in astrocytes
08.09.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar Prof. Don Gill, Dept. of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center New twists in the STIM-Orai calcium signaling pathway
17.-18.07.15 Homburg, Geb. 48 (CIPMM), Auditorium Tagung Verschiedene

10. WOPOL-Treffen,

Nahere Informationen und Anmeldung

24.-25.06.15 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Workshop Petra Hornberger Rhetorisch überzeugen in Hochschule und Wissenschaft
23.06.15 / 16.00 Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar Prof. Per-Olof Berggren, The Rolf Luft Research Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology, Karolinska University Hospital L1 Insight into Pancreatic Islet Cell Physiology/Pathology
12.06.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, Auditorium Berichtstreffen A12 Kirchhoff & A13 Maack Progress Report
12.06.15 / 11.00 Homburg, Geb. 48, Auditorium Gastseminar

Prof. Christian Rosenmund, Universitätsmedizin Berlin, NWFZ NeuroCure

Molecular control of neurotransmitter release probability at central synapses
03.06.15 / 16.30 Homburg, Geb. 48, CIPMM Auditorium Gastseminar

1. Prof. Alexander Verkhratsky, University of Manchester, UK

 

2. Prof. Arthur Butt, University of Portsmouth, UK

1. Astrogliopathology in neurological diseases

2. Why white matter matters
06.05.15 / 13.00 Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal Gastseminar Prof. Dr. Dave Grattan, Dept. of Anatomy, Centre for Neuroendocrinology, School of Medical Sciences, University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand Making a mum! Prolactin and the maternal brain

10.04.15 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Bericht

A9 Becherer & A10 Pattu/Rettig

Progress Report

 

13.03.15 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal

Bericht

A7 Schmitz & A8 Engel

Progress Report

 

13.02.15 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Bericht

A3 Flockerzi/Philipp & A4 Zimmermann/Cavalié

Progress Report

 

16.01.15 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Bericht

A1 Hoth & A2 Niemeyer/Peinelt

Progress Report

 

03.-04.12.14

Homburg, Geb. 60, Seminarraum (Dachgeschoss)

Workshop (internal)

Dr. rer. nat. Jan Brocher - Biovoxxel

Scientific Image Processing and Analysis

02.12.14 / 16.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Guest seminar

Prof. Dr. Fernando Martinez-Garcia, Catedratic de Fisiologia de la UVEG Unitat, Predepartamental de Medicina, Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, Spain

Pheromones and the brain circuit for socio-sexual behaviours in mice

01.12.14 / 14.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Gerhard Dahl, Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Miami School of Medicine, USA

The membrane protein Pannexin1 forms two distinct open-channel conformations depending on the mode of activation

25.11.14 / 16.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Christian Specht, INSERM, Paris, France

Quantitative super-resolution microscopy of glycinergic synapses

24.11.14 / 11.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Michael X. Zhu, Ph.D., DepT. of Integrative Biology and Pharmacology, The University of Texas Health Science Center, USA

Coincident activation of TRPC4 channel by Gi/o and PLC pathways and its implication in neuronal function

13.11.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Peter Rehling, Institut für Zellbiochemie, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen

Mitochondrial protein biogenesis

06.11.14 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Jeremy McIntyre, PhD, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of Florida, USA

In vivo analysis of mammalian cilia ultrastructure, function and restoration using gene therapy approaches

23.10.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Matthias Müller, Abt. für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie, Universität Freiburg

Intramembrane Formation of a Translocase for Folded Proteins

09.10.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Hiroaki Wake, Division of Brain Circuits, National Institute for Basic Biology, Okazaki, Japan

Glia cell in motor learning

26.09.14 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Jose María Cabeza Fernández, PhD, Departamento de Fisiología Médica y Biofísica, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Exo-endocytosis and fission pore dynamics characterization in mast cells

16.-17.09.14

Homburg

DFG-Begutachtung

Alle Teilnehmer

Berichtskolloquium

21.07.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Christian Lohr, Institut für Neurophysiologie, Universität Hamburg

Purinergic modulation of synaptic transmission and network activity in the olfactory bulb

17.07.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Alexandre Leite Rodrigues de Oliveira, State University of Campinas, Brasilien

Involvement of immune molecules during CNS/PNS response to injury

08.07.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. John Briggs, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg

Enveloped viruses and coated vesicles - structure and dynamics from electron microscopy

03.07.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Ralf-Bernd Klösgen, Institute of Biology/General Botany, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Where to go and how to get in? - Protein transport in plant cells

13.06.14 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Rémy Sadoul, Institut des Neurosciences Grenoble, CR INSERM/University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France

Exosomes as a novel way of interneuronal communication

12.06.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Karin Sadoul, Institut Albert Bonniot, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France

Microtubule motor-driven marginal band coiling is responsible for the shape change of activating platelets

30.05.14 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Stefan Herlitze, Abt. für Zoologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Control of Gi/o and Gq signaling, neuronal activity and behavior by light activated GPCRs

28.05.14 / 8.30

Homburg, Geb. 45, Lecture hall

Gastseminar

Bram C.J. van der Eerden, PhD, Department of Internal Medicine, Erasmus MC, Netherlands

The role of the cation channel TRPV4 and the DNA repair enzyme ERCC2 in bone metabolism

08.05.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Katharina Strub, Department of Cell Biology Sciences III, University of Geneva

SRP9/14 and Alu RNA: Jack-of-all-trades in translation and stress

10.04.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Edgar Serfling, Forschungsgruppe "Molekularpathologie", Universität Würzburg

NFAT Transcription Factors Control the Fate of Lymphocytes

02.-03.04.14

Homburg, Geb. 61, großer Hörsaal

Mini-Symposium - Gemeinschaftsveranstaltung SFB 894, SFB 1027, GRK 1326, CordiLux und CoMMiTMenT"

Program

Symposium on Advanced microscopy technique in life science

18.03.14

Homburg, Geb. 61.4, Foyer und Seminarraum

SFB 894 Poster Session

Alle SFB 894 Teilprojektleiter

Ca2+-Signale: Molekulare Mechanismen und Integrative Funktionen

12.03.14

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

SFB 894 / SFB 1027 Joint Meeting

Nähere Informationen

Integrative aspects of calcium: ORAI, mitochondrial calcium channels and cytotoxicity

07.03.14 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Koch, Entwicklungslabor Medizinelektronik, Department of Electrical Engineering, Trier University of Applied Sciences

Possibilities and technical limitations of recording of electrophysiological signals

16.01.14 / 16.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

SFB 894 Progress Report

1. Dr. Stephanie Eckrich
2. Dr. Ivan Bogeski
3. Dr. Pablo Chamero

1. Mechanisms of endocytosis and its coupling with voltage-gated Ca2+ channels in inner hair cells
2. Mitochondrial redox- and calcium signals as determinants of physiological and pathological cellular function
3. Role of IP3 and store-operated Ca2+ signaling in pheromone signal transduction

13.01.14 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Jennifer Stow, Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Recycling pathways for regulation of inflammation in macrophages

10.01.14 / 16.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Volker Haucke, Leibniz Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie, Berlin

Endocytosis at synapses and beyond

11.12.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Yuriy Pankratov, School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick, UK

Exocytosis of gliotransmitters from cortical astrocytes

28.11.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. med. Peter König, Institut für Anatomie, Universität zu Lübeck

Dynamic microscopic imaging to better understand inflammation in the lung

25.11.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Christian Harteneck, Experimental Pharmacology, University Hospital Tübingen

Characterization of renally expressed TRP channels

22.11.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Roy Lancaster, Abt. für Strukturbiologie, Universität des Saarlandes

Structural Biology of Ca2+-Signaling Proteins

20.11.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Thomas Kuner, Functional Neuroanatomy, Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Heidelberg

Nanoarchitecture of active zones at the calyx of Held: New avenues paved by dSTORM and SEM

11.-14.11.13

Homburg

Workshop (intern, in Kooperation mit dem GRK 1326)

Dr. Jan Brocher, Biovoxxel

Scientific image processing and analysis

07.11.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Matthias Zehner, Life and Medical Science Institute, Universität Bonn

The role of the ERAD machinery during anti-gen-processing

29.10.13 / 17.15

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

IRTG 1830/SFB 894 Gastseminar

Dr. Sven Lang, Buck Institute for Research on Aging, Novato, California, USA

Rosy and Uri - Two novel genetic models to study kidney stone diseases in Drosophila melanogaster

22.10.13 / 15.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Norbert Babai, The Brain and Mind Institute, EPFL Lausanne, Laboratory of Synaptic Mechanisms, Schweiz

Fast and slow presynaptic Ca2+ sensors investigated at a large model synapse

17.10.13 / 15.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Darren Logan, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK

Insights from olfactory transcriptomes: whole organs to single cells

30.09.-02.10.13

Max-Planck-Institut für Experimentelle Medizin, Göttingen

Gemeinsames Symposium des SFB 889 und des SFB 894

Details

Ribbon Synapses Symposium 2013
Webseite des Symposiums

24.09.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Dr. Bernd Nürnberg, Institut für Experimentelle und Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie, Klinikum der Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen

Regulation of PI3-kinase by GTPases

20.09.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Ariel Quintana, PhD, La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology, La Jolla, USA

Novel regulatory proteins of Stim1-Orai1 calcium entry pathway

05.09.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Michael Lohoff, Institut für Medizinische Mikrobiologie und Krankenhaushygiene, Philipps-Universität Marburg

The role of IRF transcription factors during T cell subset differentiation

23.08.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Shigeki Watanabe, PhD, Department of Biology, University of Utah, USA

Synaptic vesicle endocytosis: catch me if you can

02.08.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Markus Rothermel, PhD, University of Utah, School of Medicine, Utah, USA

In vivo dissection of sensory information processing using optogenetic tools

04.07.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Emmanuel Bourinet, CNRS, Universität Montpellier, Frankreich

Distribution and function of Cav3.2 mediated low threshold calcium channel in primary afferent sensory neurons

27.06.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

PD Dr. Dr. Markus Morawski, Paul-Flechsig-Institut für Hirnforschung, Universität Leipzig

Perineuronal nets: Enigmatic structures in the brain

06.06.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Christine Rose, Institut für Neurobiologie, Heinrich Heine Universität, Duesseldorf

Two sides of the same coin: sodium homeostasis and signaling in astrocytes

23.05.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Jörg Tatzelt, Institut für Physiologische Chemie, Ruhr Universität Bochum

Secondary structure of the nascent chain regulates translocation into the endoplasmic reticulum

15.05.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Babette Fuss, Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, USA

Autotaxin: a regulator of oligodendrocyte differentiation and myelination

25.04.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Christine R. Rose, Institut für Neurobiologie, Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet, Düsseldorf

Two sides of the same coin: sodium homeostasis and signaling in astrocytes

18.04.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schwarz, Zentrum für Molekulare Neurobiologie, Hamburg (ZMNH)

Neuronal erg K channels contribute to the precision of action potential firing

26.03.13 / 10.15

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Quan-Hong Ma, Institute of Neuroscience, Soochow University, Suzhou, China

Casprs' signaling in neural progenitor cells

14.03.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Kai-Florian Storch, Douglas Research Centre Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Timing without a circadian watch: Reproductive functions in clock-less mice

08.03.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. med. Johannes Backs, Klinik für Innere Medizin III, Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg and DZHK

Role of CaM-Kinase II for cardiovascular diseases

28.01.13 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Marc Spehr, Institute for Biology II / Dept. Chemosensation, Aachen University, Germany

On the Role of Mitochondrial Calcium in Olfactory Signaling

24.01.13 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Franz Matschinsky, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Glucokinase: Glucose Sensor, Diabetes Gene, Drug receptor

06.12.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Jürgen Westermann, Institut für Anatomie, Universität zu Lübeck

T-cell migration: facts and fiction

08.10.12 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Wolfgang Meyerhof, Deutsches Institut für Ernährungsforschung (DIfE), Nuthethal, Deutschland

Bitterness: disgusting or palatable

06.-08.09.12

Campus Homburg

SFB 894 Meeting 2012

Mitglieder SFB894 und externe Gastwissenschaftler

Calcium Signaling: Molecular Mechanisms and Integrative Functions

06.08.12 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Ajit Singh Dhaunchak, PhD, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Mechanisms of white matter disorders and neuro-glia communications

10.07.12 / 14.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Bernd Fakler, Physiologisches Institut, Universität Freiburg, Germany

Native AMPA-receptors in the mammalian brain - insights and surprises from high-resolution proteomics

05.07.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Stefan Ehl, Zentrum für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, Germany

Genetic disorders of lymphocyte cytotoxicity: lessons from mice and humans

22.06.12 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Leonidas Tsiokas, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology, University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center

Surprises with TRPC1

21.06.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Rolf Sprengel, Max Planck Institute of Medical Research, Heidelberg, Germany, Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Potsdam, Germany

Dissecting Spatial Knowledge from Spatial Choice by Hippocampal NMDA Receptor Deletion

14.06.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Andre Fischer, European Neuroscience Institute, Göttingen, Germany

Epigentics of Neurodegenerative Diseases

14.06.12 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Niels de Jonge, Leibniz Institute für Neue Materialien, Saarbrücken, Germany

Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy of Eukaryotic Cells in Liquid

24.05.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Lucia Tabares Department of Medical Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine, University of Seville, Spain

Functional Organization of Active Zones

23.05.12 / 15.30

Homburg, Geb. 45, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

PD Dr. Andreas Hess, Institut für Pharmakologie und Toxikologie, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Präklinische Bildgebung: Visionen für die Klinische Forschung

10.05.12 / 16.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Stefan Kubick, Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Potsdam, Germany

Cell-free synthesis and functional analysis of membrane proteins

03.05.12 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Joel Hirsch, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Institute of Structural Biology, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Linkers and their Partners: Intriguing Structure-Function Studies of CaV1 and CaV2 Cha

03.05.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Carlos Matute, University of Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain

Mechanisms of white matter degeneration and protection

29.03.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

PD Dr. Guido J.F. Beldi, Department of Visceral Surgery and Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

Impact of extracellular ATP on hepatic inflammation and regeneration

15.03.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Giovanna Bucci, University of Reading (UK), School of Pharmacy

CaV2.2 Ca2+ channel-based peptides inhibit synaptic transmission and G protein modulation in rat superior cervical ganglion neurones

08.03.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Polina V. Lishko, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley, San Francisco, USA

Regulation of sperm ion channels by female hormone progesterone as a determinant of male fertility

01.03.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Bruno Weber, Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland

The Neuron-Vascular-Glia Unit. A multimodal approach

09.02.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. François Pasquet-Durand, Junior group leader "Cell Death Mechanisms Group", University of Tübingen

Cell death in inherited retinal neurodegeneration: An apoptotic process?

07.02.12 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Ralf Brandes, Cardiovascular Physiology, Universität Frankfurt am Main

Redox-Regulation: Nice Radicals?

01.12.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Detlef Neumann, Department of Pharmacology, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (Gastgeber: Prof. Thomas Tschernig)

Analysis of histamine receptors: from Ca2+ signalling to experimental asthma in mice

25.11.11 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Geneviève de Saint Basile, Unité INSERM 768/CEDI, Hôpital Necker Enfants Malades, Paris, France

Molecular mechanisms of cytotoxic granule exocytosis: lessons from natural mutants

23.11.11 / 13.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Uri Ashery, The George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

The molecular mechanisms of synaptic transmission: the tale of tomosyn

15.11.11 / 08.15

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Lauri Louhivuori, Biomedicum Helsinki, Institute of Biomedicine/Physiology, Finland

Calcium signaling and the early stages of neural stem cell differentiation

03.11.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar (gemeinsame Veranstaltung GRK 845, GRK 1326 und SFB 894)

Dr. Isabel Arnold, Senior Editor/The EMBO Journal (Gastgeber: Prof. Richard Zimmermann)

Shedding light on the black box: the editorial process and career options in scientific publishing

27.-28.10.11

Homburg, Schlossberghotel

Joint Meeting 2011

SFB894/MCBO/GK1326 und externe Gäste

Calcium Signaling: Molecular Mechanisms and Integrative Functions (Programm)

20.10.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Carlos Matute, University of Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain (Gastgeber: Prof. Frank Kirchhoff)

White matter damage by neurotransmitters

15.09.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Ulrike Müller, Institute for Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology IPMB, University of Heidelberg (Gastgeber: Prof. Jens Rettig)

Functions of the APP gene family in the nervous system

25.08.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Grigori Rychkov, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Regulation of CRAC channels by Ca2+ and pH

11.07.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Steffen Jung, Weizmann Institute Rehovot, Israel

Origins and Functions of Mononuclar Phagocytes

05.07.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastsseminar

Prof. Riccardo Brambilla, Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan, Italy

Enhanced GABAergic Synaptogenesis in a mouse model of Ras-MAPK syndromesresults in plasticity and learning deficits

30.06.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Dr. Jacqueline Trotter, Universität Mainz

Wrapping it up: functions of NG2+ glia at synapses and in the regulation of myelin protein synthesis

06.06.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Shmuel Muallem, Dept. of Physiology, Southwestern Medical Centre, Dallas

Gating Orai and TRPC channels by STIM1

12.05.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Erich Gulbins, Abteilung für Molekularbiologie, Universität Duisburg-Essen

Cellular effects of ceramides

09.05.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 60, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Eija Jokitalo, University of Helsinki

Factors affecting on structure and dynamics of the mammalian endoplasmic reticulum

21.03.11 / 17.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Prof. Walter Marcotti, University of Sheffield, Dept. of Biophysical Science

Functional maturation of the exocytotic machinery at auditory ribbon synapses

20.01.11 / 14.00

Homburg, Geb. 59, Hörsaal

Gastseminar

Dr. Marcel Lauterbach, Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Department of NanoBiophotonics, Goettingen

Higher Resolution in Space and Time: Adaptive Optics and STED Movies in Microscopy