The Hertha Sponer College Lecture Series is addressed to interested students, PhD candidates, postdocs, and PIs. The overall idea is to fundamentally explain research by providing an
The Hertha Sponer College Lecture Series is addressed to interested students, PhD candidates, postdocs, and PIs. The overall idea is to fundamentally explain research by providing an overview about the general aims of the six MBExC Research Alliances with special focus on the specific techniques that are developed and applied. The lectures take place on Tuesdays at 5 pm within the semester term, and are offered by MBExC PIs. Subsequent to lecture and discussion, Hertha Sponer College members have the opportunity to “Meet-the-PI” and each other for asking more specific or general questions, networking and socializing.
Block 3: “Nanodomains for Excitability”
18 May: “Formation, maintenance and function of ion channel clusters: How to access Cav1.3 channels in in vitro systems””, Prof. Dr. Claudia Steinem, Institute of Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, UG
01 June: “MINFLUX and MINSTED”, Prof. Dr. Stefan W. Hell, Department of NanoBiophotonics, MPI-BPC
15 June: “How hearing happens”, Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, Institute for Auditory Neuroscience, UMG
29 June: “Studying VGCs with combined strategies for molecular fluorescent labeling and high-resolution microscopy/nanocscopy”, Dr. Tobias Kohl / Niko Schwenzer, Research Unit for Cellular Biophysics and Translational Cardiology, UMG
13 July: “tba”, Prof. Dr. Alexander Egner, Department of Optical Nanoscopy, IFNANO Institute for Nanophotonics Goettingen e.V.
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