Improve your Textbook Knowledge

The lecture series "Improve your textbook knowledge" is a general introduction into different aspects of Molecular Medicine. The topics presented in the IYTK module should give you a broad overview of important topics in research with the focus on novel methods & their application in this field or state of the art findings that are so important they will appear in all textbooks soon.

The lecture series are compulsory for all first-year students of the PhD Programme. Students have to attend at least 85 % of the sessions in the first year of the PhD-studies. By way of exception the missing sessions can also be heard during the second year of the PhD-studies.

The lectures for the winter term 2019 start on October, 16th, 2019 in N24-101 every Wednesday at 5.00 p.m. Responsible chairs should pick up the attendance list at the Coordination Office.

Date Presenter Title Chair

October
16th

 

Dr. Röszer

Breast milk alkylglycerols sustain beige adipocytes through adipose tissue macrophages

Antonucci, Stefano

October
23rd 

 

Prof. Mayer Planning and analyzing research projects in the light of small sample sizes Haas, Philipp

October
30th 

 

Prof. Fischer-Posovszky microRNAs in metabolic disease Boos, Alena

November 
6th

 

Biberach (Brian Guth, Georg Rast) Introduction to safety pharmacology in drug research and development, Cardiac electrophysiology in safety pharmacology Hofmann, Linda

November 
13th 

 

Prof. Medhanie Mulaw Single-cell genomics Kempter, Elena

November 
20th 

 

Dr. Maity Role of antigen receptor signaling in malignant transformation of B cells Ketzer, Franz

November 
27th 

 

Dr. Tews Assessing energy metabolism in mammalian cells Koumoundourou, Efstathia Artemis

December
4th

 

Biberach (Michael Markert and Eric Martel) Drug-induced effects on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems Krüger, Jana

December 
11th 

 

Prof. Sinzger Methods for the analysis of virus entry into cells Kuchler, Oliver

December
18th 

 

Biberach (Heike Schauerte and Nicolas Pairet) Safety pharmacological studies on the CNS, renal and gastrointestinal systems Kühlwein, Julia

January
8th

 

Dr. Zinngrebe Leukemia and its bone marrow microenvironment Löffler, Jessica

January
15th 

 

Prof. Tuckermann Regulators of Osteo-Immuno-Metabolic Crosstalk Polaschek, Sandra

January
22nd 

 

Jun-Prof. Kätzel Optogenetic dissection of neural circuits and cell signalling Schmid, Vera

January
29th 

 

Prof. Siebert DNA-Methylation: Basic mechanisms, physiologic plasticity and disease associated aberrations Seefelder, Manuel

February
5th

 

Prof. Barth Toxicology and Pharmacology of bacterial toxins Wettstein, Lukas

February
12th

 

Prof. Wiesmüller DNA repair and damage response in breast and ovarian cancer patients –lessons from familial breast cancer cases Wiederspohn, Nicole

 

Contact

Stefanie Luniak
International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm
O25/425
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
89081 Ulm
Germany
Phone: +49 731 50 36290
Fax: +49 731 50 36292