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Hertha Sponer College Lecture Series

Especially dedicated to early career researchers, the Hertha Sponer College Lecture Series provides a general overview about the goals of the six MBExC research alliances, and the special techniques that are developed, refined and applied in a certain context. The lecture series is an open format predominately dedicated to Phd-students and postdocs but also accessible for all interested persons at the Göttingen Campus and beyond.

The lecture series takes place every other Wednesday at 5 pm during the lecture period of the respective semester. Child care opportunities for MBExC members and Hertha Sponer Collegians will be provided upon request. Active participation of the HSC collegians in all lectures is expected.

Collegians will have the opportunity to subsequently join the Hertha Sponer College Social "Meet the PI", aiming on scientific and personal exchange with the lecturer, as well as networking between collegians and with other MBExC members.


Schedule WiSe20/21

Wednesdays, 5 pm s.t., HSC collegians have the opportunity for a subsequent "Meet-the-PI"
Presentations of Research Alliance 1.1
September 23
"Mitochondrial Protein Biogenesis"
Prof. Dr. Peter Rehling, Department of Cellular Biochemistry / Institute for Cell Biochemistry, UMG

October 07
"Engineering Networks of Excitable Cells: from Cell to Tissue"
Prof. Dr. Wolfram-Hubertus Zimmermann, Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, UMG

October 28
"Novel genes and mechanisms associated with accelerated ageing phenotypes"
Prof. Dr. Bernd Wollnik, Institute of Human Genetics, UMG

November 11
"From the patient to the bench and back – development of a new molecular approach to treat patients with aortic stenosis"
Prof. Dr. Gerd Hasenfuß, Institute of Cardiology and Pneumology, UMG

November 25
“How to measure “colocalization”?"
Prof. Dr. Axel Munk, Institute of Mathematical Stochastics, UG

December 09
"Nanomachines at Work: Atomistic Simulations of Biomolecular Systems"
Prof. Dr. Helmut Grubmüller, Department of Theoretical and Computational Biophysics, MPI-BPC



Presentations of Research Alliance 2.1
dates & speakers: tba



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