Interfakultäres Institut für Mikrobiologie und Infektionsmedizin

Microbiological Colloquium of the SFB 766

IMIT - Institute for Microbiology and

Infection Medicine SFB 766 ”The Bacterial Cell Envelope: Structure, Function, and Infection Interface”

University of Tübingen
Summer Term 2018
Thursday 5.15 pm

   
Place Date Title Speaker/Affiliation
  19.04.2018 postponed to 14.06.2018  
Med

26.04.2018

IMIT and friends

Samuel Wagner

Bio 03.05.2018

Role of sodium/potassium homeostasis in shaping membrane biochemistry

Armen Y. Mulkidjanian

School of Physics and
School of Biology/Chemistry
Osnabrück University,
Germany
Host: Forchhammer/Maldener

 

10.05.2018

Christi Himmelfahrt

 
Bio 17.05.2018

Conformational changes of the FhaC transporter: opening of the beta barrel

Françoise Jacob-Dubuisson
Center for Infection and Immunity
Pasteur Institute of Lille
Lille, France
Host: D. Rapaport

  24.05.2018 Pfingstpause  
 

31.05.2018

Fronleichnam

 
Med 07.06.2018

Outer membrane biogenesis in Pseudomonas aeruginosa: deviations from the current E. coli paradigm

Francesco Imperi
Dep. Biology & Biotechnology
University of Rome, Italy
Host: E. Bohn

Bio

14.06.2018

To be or not to be a filament: how MreB dynamics drive the synthesis of the Bacillus subtilis cell wall

Peter Ludwig Graumann
Philipps-University Marburg,
Germany
Host: Götz/Schultz

 

21.06.2018

Fachgruppe Mikrobielle Pathogenität/Bad Urach

 
Bio

28.06.2018

The Power of Cross-linking/Mass Spectrometry for Structural Proteomics

Andrea Sinz
Institute of PharmacyMartin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
Host: B. Macek

Med 05.07.2018

Systemic regulation of aging by the gut microbiota

Dario Valenzano
MPI Biology of Aging
Cologne, Germany
Host: I. Autenrieth
Bio

12.07.2018

Bactofilis – a versatile new group of cytoskeletal elements in bacteria

Martin Thanbichler
Philipps University, Marburg,
Germany
Host: Brötz/Sass

Bio 19.07.2018

Tissue engineering offers enabling technologies for personalized medicine

Katja Schenke-Layland
University Women´s Hospital Tübingen
Natural and Medical Sciences Institute (NMI)
Tübingen, Germany
Host: A. Peschel

Bio

20.07.18

Außerplanmäßig
at 11:15, Seminar Raum N3, HSZ

Honorary Lecture Prof. Braun

How bacteriocins use stealth and mimicry to kill Gram-negative bacteria

Colin Kleanthous
Dep. of Biochemistry
University of Oxford, UK
Host: K. Forchhammer

   
Bio 26.07.18 Synergy, Biosynthesis, and Ecological Relevance of Microbial Natural Products

Pierre Stallforth
Chemistry of Microbial Communication
Hans Knöll Institute – Leibniz Institute Jena
Germany

Host: B. Gust

       
  Med Medical Microbiology, Elfriede-Aulhorn-Straße 6 Seminar room    
  Bio IMIT; Biology Dept., Auf der Morgenstelle 28 Lecture hall 3N12