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  1. Life Sciences Seminar Series

    The Hippo pathway in regulating cell growth, organ size, and tumorigenesis Prof. Kun-Liang Guan Department of Pharmacology, University of California San Diego – La Jolla, USA Tuesday, May 30, 2017 – 16 h 15 Sciences II – Auditorium A100 Host: Robbie Loewith Robbie.Loewith@unige.ch Organization: Françoise Stutz Francoise.Stutz@unige.ch Thomas Schalch Thomas.Schalch@unige.ch...
  2. Le foie grossit de moitié au cours de la journée

    Chez les mammifères, le foie joue un rôle essentiel dans le métabolisme et l’élimination des toxines, et atteint son efficacité maximale lorsqu’ils se nourrissent et sont actifs. Le groupe du Prof. Ueli Schibler, de l’Université de Genève, a découvert comment cet organe s’adapte aux cycles d’alimentation et de jeûne et...
  3. Life Sciences Seminar Series

    How minimal could life be? Prof. Petra Schwille Department of Cellular and Molecular Biophysics, Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry Martinsried, Germany Tuesday, May 23, 2017 – 16 h 15 Sciences II – Auditorium A100 Host: Zhanna Shitikova Zhanna.Shitikova@unige.ch Organization: Françoise Stutz Francoise.Stutz@unige.ch Thomas Schalch Thomas.Schalch@unige.ch LSSS 2016-2017 website
  4. Quand un lézard réconcilie la biologie et les mathématiques

    Chez tous les animaux, du poisson clown au léopard, les changements de couleur de peau et les dessins qu’ils produisent sont dus à des interactions microscopiques qui se déroulent au niveau cellulaire et que décrivent parfaitement les équations du mathématicien Alan Turing. Mais chez le lézard ocellé, le mécanisme est...
  5. OptoDBS 2017

    Pathological circuit function is at the origin of many symptoms of neurological disorders. The optogenetic toolbox applied to animal models of behavioral diseases has in the last years led to decisive progress with the hope that deep brain stimulation (DBS) may be used for rational treatments. OptoDBS 2017, that will...
  6. New iGE3 member – Marc Chanson

    We are pleased to welcome Prof. Marc Chanson as a new faculty member of the iGE3. Marc Chanson is an associate professor at the Department of Pediatrics and the Department of Cell Physiology and Metabolism of the Faculty of Medicine. The main interests of his lab are the molecular mechanisms...
  7. Un interrupteur pour éclairer les neurones

    La transmission de l’information dans le cerveau passe par des molécules neurotransmettrices qui se diffusent à travers la zone de jonction entre deux cellules nerveuses, appelée synapse. Dans certain cas, ces molécules peuvent se répandre dans le tissu, inondant ainsi différents types de cellules nerveuses; on parle alors de neuromodulation....
  8. Life Sciences Seminar Series

    Mechanosensing in growth Prof. Michael Sheetz Mechanobiology Institute – Singapore Tuesday, May 2, 2017 – 16 h 15 Sciences II – Auditorium A100 Host: Sandra Citi Sandra.Citi@unige.ch Organization: Françoise Stutz Francoise.Stutz@unige.ch Thomas Schalch Thomas.Schalch@unige.ch LSSS 2016-2017 website
  9. 8th Forum 2017, Graduate Schools Infection and Immunity

    A one day symposium of the Graduate Schools Infection and Immunity, UniGe & UniL: CUS & CUSO. The PIs of the two graduate schools, all their lab members and most importantly, the PhD students are warmly welcome to attend this forum. It’s an unique opportunity for the PhD students to...
  10. NCCR Chemical Biology Lecture Series

    Chemical approaches to sorting out protein post-translational modifications Prof. Philip A. Cole Department of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences, Johns Hopkins University Medical School – Baltimore, USA Friday, April 21, 2017 – 16 h 15 Sciences II – Auditorium A150 Details NCCR Chemical Biology website


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