Uni-Tübingen

Microbiological Colloquium of the SFB 766

Winter semester 2018 / 19

Thursdays at 5.15 pm 
 

Place*

Date

Title

Speaker/Affiliation

Bio

20.09.2018

11 am

Nose picking for progress: Mining the nostril microbiome for new insights into pathobionts

Prof. Katherine Lemon
Harvard Medical School, Boston
Host: Andreas Peschel

Bio

10.10.2018

11.15 am

Hörsaal A3M04, Auf der Morgenstelle 18

Metabolomics of Staphylococcus aureus - Bioanalytical approaches and "typical pitfalls"

 

Prof. Michael Lalk, University Greifswald, Germany

Host: Christoph Mayer

Bio

18.10.2018

NRPS-engineering for the modification and de novo generation of peptide natural products

Prof. Helge Bode
Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt
Host: Wolfgang Wohlleben

Med

25.10.2018

A new tool to study host-microbiome interactions: Microphysiological Organ-on-a-Chip systems integrating human tissue with physiological structure and function

Dr. Peter Loskill
Fraunhofer IGB, Group Organ-on-a-chip
Stuttgart

Host: Ingo Autenrieth

Med

08.11.2018

Impact of xenogeneic silencing on (pro)phage-host interaction

Prof. Julia Frunzke
Institute of Bio- and Geoscience, FZ Jülich

Host: Christiane Wolz

Bio

15.11.2018

To be announced

Host: Grond / Gust B.

Med

22.11.2018

Investigating the interplay of microbiota and host: From bugs to phenotypes

Dr. Till Strowig

Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI)

Braunschweig

Host: Julia-Stefanie Frick

Med

29.11.2018

Interactions of the molecular chaperone Skp with outer membrane proteins from bacteria

Prof. Jörg H. Kleinschmidt

Institut für Biologie Biophysik

Universität Kassel

Host: Doron Rapaport

Bio

06.12.2018

Microbial networks in the gastrointestinal tract of farm animals

Prof. Jana Seifert
Feed-Gut Microbiota Interaction
Universität Hohenheim
Host: Andreas Peschel

Bio

13.12.2018

To be announced

Host: H. Brötz-Oesterhelt / P. Sass

Bio

20.12.2018

To be announced

Dr. Andreas Dräger
Applied Bioinformatics, University Tübingen

Host: Andreas Peschel

Med

10.01.2019

Biology of the nosocomial pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii

Prof. Gottfried Wilharm
Robert-Koch-Institut, Wernigerode
Host: Monika Schütz

Med

17.01.2019

Protein complex assembly: evolution and implications for human genetic disease

Dr. Joseph Marsh
MRC Human Genetics Unit
University of Edinburgh, UK

Host: Samuel Wagner

Bio

24.01.2019

To be announced

Host: T. Stehle / B. Macek

Bio

31.01.2019

Efflux pumps from Gram negative bacteria: from in vitro minimal systems to the complexity of  the bacterial membrane

Dr. Martin Picard

Laboratoire de Biologie Physico-chimique des Protéines Membranaires,

 CNRS UMR7099, IBPC,

 Paris

Host: Iris Maldener

Bio

07.02.2019

To be announced

Host: F. Götz / J. Schultz

Bio

28.02.2019

Post-PKS Enzyme Complexes

Prof. Jürgen Rohr

Lexington/Kentucky, USA

Host: S. Grond

 

 

 

 

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Med

Medical Microbiology, Elfriede-Aulhorn-Straße 6

Seminar room

 

Bio

IMIT; Biology Dept., Auf der Morgenstelle 28

Lecture hall 3N12