25.07.2013 Seminars SS 2013

 


04.12.2012 Seminar - Myc is a universal amplifier of active gene expression: Explaining (or at least rationalizing) Myc function and regulation

Prof. Dr. David L. Levens

National Cancer Institute,

National Institutes of Health, Bethesda


27.11.2012 Seminar - P53 Determines the Role of Autophagy in Pancreatic Cancer Development

Dr. Mathias Rosenfeldt

Beatson Institute

Glasgow


20.11.2012 Seminar - Linear polyubiquitination: a crucial regulator of NF-kappaB signaling

Dr. Kazuhiro Iwai

Graduate School of Medicine and Faculty of Medicine,

Kyoto University


23.10.2012 Seminar - Targeting Defects in the DNA Damage Response for Targeted Cancer Therapy

Prof. Dr. Christian Reinhardt

Cologne Center for Genomics


02.10.2012 Seminar -The Clonal Repertoire of Gene-Modified Stem Cells

Prof. Dr. med. Christof von Kalle

DKFZ, Heidelberg


08.08.2012 Seminar - Konzepte der personalisierten Medizin beim Neuroblastom

Prof. Dr. med. Angelika Eggert

Klinik für Kinderheilkunde III, Universitätsklinikum Essen


31.07.2012 Seminar - Modeling and Predicting Oncogene Addiction

Dr. Dean Felsher

Stanford School of Medicine, Division of Oncology


22.06.2012 Seminar - Regulation of Cell Proliferation by PARP10/ARTD10, an Intracellular Mono-ADP-Ribosyltransferase

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Lüscher

Institut für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie,

Universitätsklinikum Aachen


12.06.2012 Seminar - c-Myc transcriptional networks governing epidermal differentiation

Dr. Michaela Frye

Wellcome Trust Centre for Stem Cell Research, Cambridge


22.05.2012 Seminar - Functions of Wild Type and Mutant p53

Prof. Dr. Karen Vousden

Beatson Institute, Glasgow


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