Collective sensing by communicating cells

Speaker: Andrew Mugler Organising Department: Bionanoscience Department Subject: Collective sensing by communicating cells Location: Building 58, TU Delft Date: 17-12-2016 Author:  Nemo Andrea Andrew Mugler obtained his PhD at Columbia University for his research in biological networks and models for gene expressions. He has also worked at AMOLF, a well known research laboratory within the … Continue reading Collective sensing by communicating cells

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Diversity of immune repertoires

Speaker: Aleksandra Wolczak   Department: Bionanoscience Department Subject: Diversity of immune repertoires         Location: Building 58, TU Delft         Date: 09-12-2016  Author: Nemo Andrea Aleksandra Wolczak is a researcher at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and the Centre National Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). She is known for applying statistical dynamics to cells in cases where traditional … Continue reading Diversity of immune repertoires

Optical Tweezers: gene regulation, studied one molecule at a time

Speaker:  Steven M. Block Institute Speaker: Applied Physics and Biological Sciences, Stanford University Organising Department: Kavli Institute Subject:  Optical Tweezers: gene regulation, studied one molecule at a time     Location: Faculty of Industrial Design, TU Delft Date: 01-12-16 Author: Nemo Andrea Professor Block is a well-known figure in the bionanoscience department. He is considered to … Continue reading Optical Tweezers: gene regulation, studied one molecule at a time

New Principles of transcription coupled DNA repair

Speaker:  Evgeny Nudler Speaker Institute: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Department: Bionanoscience Deparment Subject: New Principles of transcription coupled DNA repair Location: Building 58 (TU Delft) Date: 24-11-2016 Author: Nemo Andrea   Evgeny Nudler is a researcher working at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He has a PhD in biochemistry and does active research in the areas of … Continue reading New Principles of transcription coupled DNA repair

From Stem Cells to Organs: Exploiting the organ niche for interspecies organogenesis

Speaker: Hiro Nakauchi Speaker Institute: Stanford University Organising Department: Developmental Biology Subject:  From Stem Cells to Organs: Exploiting the organ niche for interspecies organogenesis Location: Erasmus MC Date:  24-11-2016 Author: Nemo Andrea           Hiro Nakauchi is Professor of Genetics Operations at Stanford University. He received his Master's Degree from Yokohama City University School of Medicine and … Continue reading From Stem Cells to Organs: Exploiting the organ niche for interspecies organogenesis

A re-appraisal of brain strategies for constructing the visual image

Speaker:  Semir Zeki Department: Dept. of Neurobiology, Univ. College London, UK Subject: A re-appraisal of brain strategies for constructing the visual image Location: Erasmus MC Date: 19-09-2016 Author: Nemo Andrea           Professor Zeki has a proven track record in neurobiology and his lecture was fairly accessible for someone with limited knowledge of the neurology/neurobiology field. Semir … Continue reading A re-appraisal of brain strategies for constructing the visual image

Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia: Recent insights in pathogenesis

Speaker: Eric Solary Department: Hematology Subject: Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia: Recent insights in pathogenesis Location: Erasmus MC Date: 19-12-2016           Eric Solary talked to us about his research in chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML). He discussed new and improved ways to diagnose and treat the disease, as well as a new way to make a better prognosis for … Continue reading Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia: Recent insights in pathogenesis

Chronic Myelomyocytic Leukemia: Recent Insights in Pathogenesis

peaker: Eric Solary Department: Department of Hematology Subject: Chronic Myelomyocytic Leukemia: Recent Insights in Pathogenesis Location: Erasmus Medical Center Date: 19 December 2016 Author: Romano van Genderen Professor Eric Solary, director of the prestigious Gustave Roussy Institute of Oncology, had his talk on chronic myelomyocytic leukemia (CMML). This disease has both traits of myeloproliferative neoplasms … Continue reading Chronic Myelomyocytic Leukemia: Recent Insights in Pathogenesis

Collective Sensing by Communicating Cells

Speaker: Andrew Mugler Department: Department of Physics and Astronomy, Purdue University Subject: Collective Sensing by Communicating Cells Location: Delft University of Technology Date: 16 December 2016 Author: Romano van Genderen This weeks talk at the department of Bionanoscience was given by prof Mugler of Purdue University. He started by showing us a video of a … Continue reading Collective Sensing by Communicating Cells