Sharing Highlights - An Invitation

The members of BIOME's wider academic community are cordially invited to join any of these upcoming BIOME keynote talks of broader interest to be given by internationally-acclaimed guest speakers. Please get in touch with the indicated contact person or use the contact address provided for further details, remembering to mention your UDE or BIOME affiliation while doing so.

Current Programme

Overview of principal keynote speakers and their talks:

When BIOME Core Host Speaker/Institution/Topic Venue Contact/Registration

20.09.2021

16:00 h

Computational Biomedicine

Dr. Michael Betancourt, Symplectomorphic LLC, New York

Towards a Principled Bayesian Workflow

Virtual daniel.hoffmann@uni-due.de

27.09.2021

14:15 h

Computational Biomedicine

Dr. Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, and TU Dresden, Germany

The universality of epidemic spreading in a meta-population framework

Virtual daniel.hoffmann@uni-due.de

30.09.2021

10:00 h

CRC/TR 296 Local Control of Thyroid Hormone Action (LOCOTACT)

Prof. Anita Boelen, PhD, Amsterdam University Medical Centers, Laboratory for Endocrinology, NL

The role of thyroid hormone in innate immune cells

Audimax, UKE *

irtg-locotact@uni-due.de

18.10.2021

17:00 h

Cellular & Molecular Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Tumor & Signalling

Prof. Dr. Svenja Meierjohann, Physiological Chemistry, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Metabolic and transcriptional reprogramming of melanoma cells by stress-responsive transcription factors

Virtual biome@uni-due.de

15.11.2021

17:00 h

Cellular & Molecular Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Tumor & Signalling

Dr. Jianxu Chen, AMBIOM (Analysis of Microscopic BIOMedical Images), Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften, ISAS, Dortmund

To be announced

Virtual biome@uni-due.de

29.11.2021

17:00 h

Cellular & Molecular Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Tumor & Signalling

Prof. Anika Grünebloom, Bioimaging, Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften, ISAS, Dortmund

To be announced

Virtual biome@uni-due.de

25.01.2022

17:00 h

Transplantation Medicine

Prof. Simon Davis, Professor of Molecular Immunology, Oxford, UK, and Co-founder of Microbix Ltd.

Evidence for, and translation applications of, the kinetic-segregation model of immune receptor signalling

Virtual Monika.Lindemann@uk-essen.de

* Venue admission only for participants with either a negative Corona test not older than 48 h or proof of vaccination or convalescence from a Covid-19 infection (3G). Please remember to bring documentation with you.