Viikki Biocenter Monday Lectures 2017

Auditorium 1041, Biocenter 2, Viikinkaari 5 at 15.15
Organizer: Ville Paavilainen, ville.paavilainen-at-helsinki.fi, tel. 0504484600

9.1. 

Alexey Amunts, Stockhholm University, Sweden
Using electron microscopy to study protein synthesis in organelles
Host: Brendan Battersby

16.1. 

Dennis Bamford , University of Helsinki / Institute of biotechnology
Order to the viral universe
Host: Martin Romantschuk

23.1. 

Carien Niessen, University of Cologne, Germany
Cadherin mediated control of tissue polarization in multi-layered epithelia machinery
Host: Marja Mikkola

30.1. 

TBD

6.2. 

Vincent Cerullo, University of Helsinki
Development of novel platforms for cancer immunotherapy
Host: Susanna Fagerholm

13.2.

Irma Thesleff, University of Helsinki / Institute of biotechnology
Mechanisms of organ development: The tooth as a model
Host: Marja Mikkola

20.2. 

Abderrahman Khila, Institut de Genomique Fonctionelle de Lyon, France
Development, selection, and species diversification
Host: Arild Husby

27.2. 

Tom Rapoport, Harvard Medical School, USA
Mechanism of ER-associated protein degradation (ERAD)
Host: Mart Saarma

6.3.

Sun Nyunt Wai, Umeå University, Sweden
Bacterial membrane vesicles and host interactions
Host: Sarah Butcher

13.3. 

Ivan Oransky, Retraction Watch, USA
Retractions, Post-Publication Peer Review, and Fraud: Scientific Publishing’s Wild West
Host: Ari-Pekka Mähönen

20.3.

TBD

27.3.

Klaus-Armin Nave, Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine Göttingen, Germany
Powering axons: novel functions of oligodendrocytes in energy metabolism
Host: Iiris Hovatta

3.4.   

Johan Malmström, Lund University Sweden
Proteomics in Bacterial Infectious Diseases - Global and Targeted Functional Insights into the Bacteria-Host Interface
Host: Markku Varjosalo

10.4.

Gitta Coaker, UC-Davis, USA
Kinase mediated stabilization of plant immune signaling
Host: Michael Wrzaczek

24.4.

Sebastian Leidel, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Medicine, Germany
When cells become dyslexic - Connecting RNA and protein quality control
Host: Peter Sarin

8.5.

Scott Gilbert, Swarthmore College, USA
How the Turtle Gets its Shell: How Plastron Formation May Upset the Rules
Host: Kristian Donner;

15.5.

Samer Hattar, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Retinal and brain circuits underlying light influence on circadian rhythms, sleep and mood
Host: Petri Ala-Laurila

22.5.

Carl Thummel, University of Utah, USA
Roles for mitochondrial metabolism in development and disease
Host: Ville Hietakangas

30.5.

Carlos Lopez-Otin, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
NOTE: Seminar is held exceptionally at 13.00 on Tuesday!
TBD
Host: Pekka KatajistoTBD