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 Tuesdays at 5 pm. 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 and SoSe 2021
Tuesdays, 5 pm s.t., HSC collegians have the opportunity to subsequently "Meet-the-PI"
Block 2: Membrane Protein TargetingFebruary 09
“Investigating the molecular architecture of cells with cryo-electron tomography”
Prof. Dr. Rubén Fernández-Busnadiego, Institute of Neuropathology, UMG
“Recent advances in super-resolutions single-molecule localization microscopy"
Prof. Dr. Jörg Enderlein, Biophysics, Third Institute of Physics, UG
Prof. Dr. Nils Brose, Department of Molecular Neurobiology, MPI-EM
"Non-caveolar caveolins – electrophysiological and metabolic duties outside the caves"
Prof. Dr. Stephan Lehnart, Research Unit for Cellular Biophysics and Translational Cardiology, UMG
Prof. Dr. Jutta Gärtner, Department of Paediatrics and Youth Medicine, UMG
Block 3: Nanodomains for ExcitabilityMay 18
Prof. Dr. Claudia Steinem, Institute of Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, UG
Prof. Dr. Stefan W. Hell, Department of NanoBiophotonics, MPI-BPC
Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, Institute for Auditory Neuroscience, UMG
Dr. Tobias Kohl / Niko Schwenzer, Research Unit for Cellular Biophysics and Translational Cardiology, UMG
Prof. Dr. Alexander Egner, Department of Optical Nanoscopy, IFNANO Institute for Nanophotonics Goettingen e.V.