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Date

Speaker

Title

Location

Host

20. Sep 2017

15:00h

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Jost Enninga
Institute Pasteur, Department of Cell Biology and Infection Paris, France

»Visualizing the involvement of host pathways in Shigella and Salmonella induced membrane damage« IBC2, Building 75, University Hospital Frankfurt

18. Sep 2017

18:15h

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Eyal Gottlieb
Rappaport Faculty of Medicine and Research Institute, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

»The onco-metabolic role and liabilities of the TCA cycle in cancer« Georg-Speyer-Haus Paul-Ehrlich-Str. 42-44, Frankfurt am Main lecture hall, ground floor Canan Arkan

11. Sep 2017

18:15h

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Shiva Malek
Genentech, San Francisco, USA

»Perspective Lecture in Oncology: Kinases as Molecular Switches: Leveraging catalytic and non-catalytic functions of RAF kinases to treat RAS mutant tumors« University Hospital Frankfurt, building 22, lecture hall 1

04. Sep 2017

15:00h

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Jochen H. Weishaupt
Neurology Department Ulm University

»Genetics of ALS« IBC2, Building 75, University Hospital Frankfurt Ivan Dikic

15. Aug 2017

15:00h


Anne Schreiber
ETH Zürich, Switzerland

»Regulation of Autophagy by the Atg1 kinase« IBC2, Building 75, University Hospital Frankfurt Ivan Dikic

19. Jun 2017

17:00h


Anton Simeonov
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, NIH, USA

»The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS): catalyzing translation through new paradigms in early drug discovery« University Hospital Frankfurt Building 22, Lecture Hall 2

SFB 1177, CEF-MC, SGC

Perspective Lectures in Molecular Medicine is a public lecture series at the University Hospital Frankfurt, supported by

Perspective Lectures in Oncology is a public lecture series at the University Hospital Frankfurt, supported by

uni-frankfurt.de Georg Speyer Haus Institut für Molekulare Biologie Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz