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Vorträge/Seminare/ Workshops


15.05.2018

HKI Kolloquium

Dr. Andreas Licht
(Jena Bioscience)
"Protein Expression in Leishmania tarantolae"
15.05.2018, 17:15 h
HKI, Beutenbergstr. 11, 07745 Jena
Hörsaal Koch & Pasteur


08.05.2018

469. JENAer Optikkolloquium

Prof. Dr. Harald Giessen
(Universität Stuttgart)
"3D-Druck von komplexen Mikrooptiken - vom künstlichen Adlerauge zum kleinsten Mikroskopobjektiv der Welt"
08.05.2018, 17:00 h
Abbe Center of Photonics, Albert-Einstein-Straße 6, 07745 Jena.
Artikel ansehen: Events_27.04.2018_Einladung 469 »


26.04.2018

UKJ Seminars on Research in Healthy Ageing

Prof. Christian Eggeling
(Professor of Molecular Immunology | Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine | University of Oxford and
Professor of Superresolution Microscopy | Institute of Applied Optics | Friedrich Schiller University Jena & Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology)
"Super-resolution optical microscopy: Challenges and potentials for biomedical research"
26.04.2018, 15:15 h
Jena University Hospital, Am Klinikum 1, 07747 Jena, Forschungs- und Institutsgebäude (FuI) F2 | Seminar Room 10 


26.04.2018

Forsche Schüler Tag am Beutenberg 2018

Die Institute am Beutenberg Campus in Jena laden am Donnerstag, den 26. April 2018 wieder alle interessierten Schülerinnen und Schüler am Forsche Schüler Tag ein, einen Blick hinter die Kulissen von Forschung und Entwicklung zu werfen und Wissenschaft „auszuprobieren“. Ganz nach dem Campus-Motto „Life Science meets Physics“ können die Schüler aus einem vielseitigen physikalisch und lebenswissenschaftlich ausgerichteten Angebot auswählen. Die Institute bieten Schnupperworkshops an, bei denen die Schüler selbst experimentieren dürfen.

Die Veranstaltung beginnt um 9:00 h in den Instituten, soweit nicht anders bekannt gegeben, und endet dort gegen 14 Uhr mit der Ausgabe der Teilnahmebestätigungen!

Weitere Informationen unter: http://www.beutenberg.de/de/85/forscheschueler.html


25.04.2018

HKI Kolloquium

Prof. Dr. Neil Ranson
(Astbury Centre for Structural molecular Biology, Univ. of Leeds)
"Using modern cryo-EM as a tool in biomedical and biotechnological discovery"
25.04.2018, 14:15 h
HKI, Beutenbergstr. 11, 07745 Jena
SR L. Pasteur


17.04.2018

SID - Mid European Chapter Spring Meeting 2018

SID - Mid European Chapter Spring Meeting 2018: Displays, Applications, and beyond

April 17-18, 2018
Fraunhofer IOF, Jena and Leuchtenburg, Kahla, Germany

The SID Mid Europe Chapter organizes yearly spring and fall meetings with technical and scientific presentations, attracting many European display professionals. The 2018 spring meeting will focus on Displays, Applications, and beyond. Basic technology will be covered as well as systems or applications.

One highlight of the conference will be the first day hosted at the castle Leuchtenburg including the evening event with a knight's banquet.The second day of the meeting will take place at the Fraunhofer IOF and concludes with a visit to the laboratories of the Fraunhofer IOF.

The 1500 Euro SID ME Student Award will be granted to the best student contribution to this meeting.

Further information:
http://www.iof.fraunhofer.de/en/events/SID.html


13.04.2018

Noble Gespräche - Öffentliche Vortragsreihe

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Jaenisch
(Whitehead Institute and Dept. of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA )
"Stammzellen, Epigenetik und Gene Editing: eine medizinische Revolution?"
Freitag, den 13.04.2018, 17:00 h
Hörsaal, Abbe-Zentrum Beutenberg, Hans-Knöll-Str. 1, Jena

Der Vortrag wird auf Deutsch gehalten.
http://www.beutenberg.de/de/noble_gespraeche.html

Im Rahmen dieser Veranstaltung werden wieder die diesjährigen Wissenschaftspreise "Lebenswissenschaften uns Physik" des Beutenberg-Campus Jena e.V. verliehen.

Artikel ansehen: NG-Flyer_Jaenisch »


12.04.2018

FLI Colloquium

Professor Dr. Ari Barzilai
(George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences
Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel)
"ATM regulates cerebellar structurefunction"
12.04.2018, 14:00 h
FLI, Beutenbergstr. 11, 07745 Jena
New Building, Nucleus


12.04.2018

UKJ Seminars on Research in Healthy Ageing

Prof. Ulman Lindenberger
(Director of the Center for Lifespan Psychology | Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin)
"Maintenance and Plasticity in Human Cognitive Aging"
12.04.2018, 17:15 h
UKJ, Am Klinikum 1, 07747 Jena
Lecture Hall II | Building M (Magistrale)


22.02.2018

UKJ Seminars on Research in Healthy Ageing

Gert Kwakkel
(Professor in Neurorehabilitation at the Department Rehabilitation Medicine of the VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam)
"Understanding functional recovery after stroke: What are the next steps?"
22.02.2018, 17:15 h
UKJ, Am Klinikum 1, 07747 Jena
Lecture Hall II | Building M (Magistrale)


22.02.2018

Science & Society - Öffentliche Vortragsreihe

Thea Dorn
(Buchautorin)
"Die Sehnsucht nach Unsterblichkeit"
22.02.2018, 16:00 h
Hörsaal, Abbe-Zentrum Beutenberg, Hans-Knöll-Str. 1, Jena
Die Teilnahme an der Veranstaltung ist kostenlos!


20.02.2018

Innovationsforum DigiTrans

Innovationsforum DigiTrans
am Beutenberg Campus
20.-21. Februar 2018
Abbe-Zentrum Beutenberg
Hans-Knöll-Str. 1, 07745 Jena


15.02.2018

FLI Colloquium

Ateequr Rehman
(Institute of Clinical Molecular Biology, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)
"Host-microbe interaction in health and disease"
15.02.2018, 16:00 h
Nucleus, FLI New Building
Beutenbergstraße 11, Jena


13.02.2018

HKI - Kolloquium

Prof. Lars M. Blank
(RWTH Aachen, Institut für Angewandte Mikrobiologie)
"Exploiting the biochemical potential of smut fungi for the production of chemicals"
13.02.2018, 17:15 h
Lecture hall Robert Koch/Pasteur


25.01.2018

HKI Seminar

Dr. Hannes Link
(Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg )
"Two are better than one – Why E. coli controls activity and
abundance of biosynthetic enzymes "

25.01.2018, 14:00 h
Lecture hall Robert Koch


15.01.2018

MPI-CE Seminar

Adria LeBoeuf
(Department of Physics and Complex Systems, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel)
"The Superorganism’s circulatory system: Collective control of development through socially transmitted fluids"
15.01.2018, 15:00 h
Seminarraum (Schleiden/Stahl) MPI für chemische Ökologie, Hans-Knöll-Straße 8, 07745 Jena


11.01.2018

UKJ_Seminars on Research in Healthy Ageing

Rudi GJ Westendorp
(Professor of Medicine at Old Age at the University of Copenhagen)
"The Longevity Revolution"
11.01.2018, 17:00 h
at the lecture hall 2 in the building M (Magistrale), UKJ.

Note about the lecture series:
The lecture series aims to bring together researchers from various disciplines to focus on the topic of ageing, to introduce new treatment strategies in age and age-related diseases, and to discuss clinically relevant issues on the subject. The researchers comprise clinicians, scientists and interested research associates working at the Jena University Hospital and associated research institutes in and around Jena.
Please note that childcare is offered during the lecture. If you are interested in using the service or have any questions or comments on this issue, please email your query or comment by January 9th, 2018 to zga@med.uni-jena.de.


30.11.2017

Seminars in Clinical Neurosciences

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hermann
(Department of
Neurology, University Hospital Carl Gustav
Carus Dresden)
"Translational Research in Neurodegeneration:
From pathophysiology to model systems and
clinical translation"

09.11.2017, 17:00 h c.t.
Conference Room “Oval Office” in the Institute for Clinical Chemistry (building F5), UKJ


30.11.2017

Seminars in Clinical Neurosciences

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hermann
(Department of
Neurology, University Hospital Carl Gustav
Carus Dresden)
"Translational Research in Neurodegeneration:
From pathophysiology to model systems and
clinical translation"

09.11.2017, 17:00 h c.t.
Conference Room “Oval Office” in the Institute for Clinical Chemistry (building F5), UKJ


30.11.2017

MPI-CE Seminars

Tina Romeis
(Dahlem Center of Plant Sciences, FU Berlin)
"Function of CDPKs in systemic defence signalling upon microbial and herbivore attack"
30.11.2017, 11:30 h - 12:30 h
Seminarraum (Schleiden/Stahl) MPI für chemische Ökologie, Hans-Knöll-Straße 8, 07745 Jena

Abstract:
Calcium-triggered intracellular signalling is prerequisite to mount plant stress responses, and increasing evidence also hints toward a role of Ca2+ -dependent regulation in the control of plant growth and development. Calcium-dependent protein kinases (CDPKs) combine within one molecule a calcium-sensing domain, which contains in general 4 EF-hand calcium-binding motifs, and a protein kinase effector domain. Accordingly, CDPKs function as decoders that sense and translate (induced) changes in intracellular Ca2+ into further downstream events.
In innate immune signalling, upon recognition of bacterial pathogens, CDPKs have been identified as positive as well as negative regulators for both local early and late systemic defence responses in the context of both, PAMP-triggered immunity and Effector-triggered immunity. In particular a role in defence signal propagation has been shown. Deduced from these data we have initiated analogous studies with respect to wounding and herbivory and identified members of the CDPK gene family that participate in early signal propagation and defence response activation in herbivory.

Lit.: Romeis and Herde, Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 20: 1-10, 2014


23.11.2017

MPI-CE Seminars

Dietrich Ober
(AG Biochemische Ökologie und Molekulare Evolution, Botanisches Institut und Botanischer Garten, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel )
"Pathway evolution in plant secondary metabolism - What we can learn of pyrrolizidine alkaloid biosynthesis"
23.11.2017, 11:30 h - 12:30 h
Seminarraum (Schleiden/Stahl) MPI für chemische Ökologie, Hans-Knöll-Straße 8, 07745 Jena

Abstract:
Pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) are toxic secondary metabolites as part of the plant’s chemical defense against herbivores. PAs occur in several unrelated lineages of the angiosperms. Studying the first specific enzyme of this pathway, homospermidine synthase (HSS), it was possible to show that the ability to produce PAs evolved several times independently during angiosperm evolution. Therefore, the system of PA biosynthesis is a promising tool to study pathway evolution, as comparisons of the evolutionary scenario in the various plant lineages are possible. Studies on the evolution of HSS allowed conclusions about the mechanisms that gave rise to a new enzymatic activity and show that common models of gene evolution have to be adapted. In addition, this data show that the characteristic diversity of secondary metabolism does not only refer to the chemical diversity of Pas, but also to regulation. Only specific cells are suggested to be involved in PA biosynthesis, often only during a restricted time window of plant development. The high specificity of expression in time and space is used to enrich transcriptomic libraries in candidate sequences for elucidation of further steps of this pathway. The most recent results on the evolution of PA biosynthesis will be presented and discussed.


09.11.2017

Seminars in Clinical Neurosciences

Prof. Dr. Gil Westmeyer
(Technical University of Munich)
"Neurobehavioral imaging of freely swimming zebrafish"
09.11.2017, 17:00 h c.t.
Conference Room “Oval Office” in the Institute for Clinical Chemistry (building F5)


02.11.2017

ZAJ-Kolloquium

Clemens Tesch-Roemer
(German Centre of Gerontology, Berlin)
"Successful Aging: Empty Promises of a Seductive Concept?"
02.11.2017, 16:00 h
Nucleus (FLI 1)
Beutenbergstraße 11, Jena


24.10.2017

HKI - Kolloquium

Dr. André Krause
(Jena Bioscience)
"Click Chemistry - Expanding the Scope of Nucleic Acid Labeling"
24.10.2017, 17:00 h c.t.
Lecture hall Koch and Pasteur

After the colloquium, there will be a get-together with some wine tasting. All interested are cordially invited!


28.09.2017

MPI-BGC Colloquium

Gaby Katul
(Duke University, USA)
"Evapotranspiration: From kinetic theory to the limits of plant life"
28.09.2017, 14:00 h
MPI für Biogeochemie, Hörsaal, Hans-Knöll-Str. 10, 07745 Jena | C1 seminar room