The BIOmac Seminar brings together research groups in the area of biochemistry at the University of Bayreuth. It is intended to foster collaborations between these groups and to give an opportunity for young researchers (Master Students, PhD students, Postdocs) to present their work and to discuss their results.
The BIOmac Seminar takes place in S135 (NW III) on Thursdays at 9 am about every two or three weeks during the semester. Talks should be prepared to last about 30 min in order to allow for ample discussion during and after the seminar.
BIOmac Seminar Series Summer 2018
The following dates are scheduled during the Summer Semester 2018. Please get in touch with me (Claus) in case you have question or you want to schedule or re-schedule a seminar. Please note that seminars will take place in S135 (NW III).
Vladyslava Gorbovytska, Kuhn Lab: "Does structure matter? - Structures of neuronal enhancer RNAs and their role in transcription activation"
Renate Gelfert, Möglich Lab: "Engineering a light-switchable Cas9"
Jan Zoller, Ullmann Lab: "Electrons, Protons, and States"
Noelia Ferruz-Capapey, Höcker Lab: "A database for fragment-based protein design guided by evolutionary relationships"
Vanessa Boritzki, Biopolymers: "Dopamine receptors - Highway to NMR"
BIOmac Seminar Series Fall/Winter 2017/2018
The following dates are scheduled during the Winter Semester 2017/2018. Please get in touch with me (Claus) in case you have question or you want to schedule or re-schedule a seminar
Josef Kynast, Biopolymers: "Conformational states of the reverse transcriptase from the yeast retrotransposon Ty3"
Stefan Knauer, Biopolymers: "Deciphering the regulation of bacterial transcription by NMR"
Jennifer Nack, Möglich Lab: "Light-regulated RNA binding for expression control"
Francisco Lobos, Höcker Lab: "New tricks with old bricks: Designing functional protein fold chimeras."
Florian Gisdon, Ullmann Lab: "Mechanistic insights into nonenzymatic protein deamidation"
Felix Klatt, Kuhn Lab: "Structure and Function of the human Mediator kinase module"
Julia Hennemann, Möglich Lab: "A blue light-regulated gene expression system"
Horst Lechner, Höcker Lab: "Design of Artificial Enzymes for the Baylis-Hillman reaction"
BIOmac Seminar Series Summer 2017
The following dates are scheduled during the Summer Semester 2017. Please get in touch with me (Claus) to schedule your seminar.
|April 27||Matthias Ullmann, Ullman Lab: "What can pH titration curves in proteins really tell you on proton transfer energies?"|
|May 4||Thomas Wiegand, ETH Zurich: "Structural plasticity of a DnaB helicase studied by magnetic resonance spectroscopy"|
|May 18||Philipp Zuber, Biopolymers: "Regulation of bacterial transcription by the transformer protein RfaH"|
|June 8||Bruce Lichtenstein, Höcker Lab: "Optimization of a Bacterial Protein Carrier for Non-Native Cargo"|
|June 29||Thessa Jakob, Biopolymers: "Structure determination and ligand binding of the hazel allergen Cor a 1"|
|July 26, Wednesday||Lisa-Marie Schneider, Kuhn Lab: "The role of enhancer RNAs in promoter-proximal pausing"|
BIOmac Seminar Series Fall/Winter 2016/2017
The following dates are scheduled during the Winter Semester 2016/2017. Please get in touch with me (Claus) to schedule your seminar. I am looking forward to a new series of exciting research talks!
|October 20||Kaspar Feldmeier, Höcker Lab: "Peptidase design: Turning scaffolds into enzymes"|
|November 10||Florian Gisdon, Ullmann Lab: "Enhancing Proteolytic Activity of a Cysteine Protease"|
|December 8, (10am!)||Iana Kim, Kuhn Lab: "piRNAs - the secret of immortal worms"|
|December 22||Franziska Haumaier, Biopolymers: "Tracking the tumor-associated gene b-raf and quinolone resistance in Helicobacter pylori by qPCR"|
|January 12||Stephan Schwarzinger, ALNuMed/Biopolymers: "Chemometrics and Metabonomics – Recent developments at UBT"|
|February 2||Saacnicteh Toledo-Patino, Höcker Lab: "Lego Protein (R)Evolution"|
|February 23||Oxana Kempf, Bombarda Lab: "Fluorogenic peptidic substrates to study protease reactions: the case of phytochelatin synthase"|