Last talk of the semester

“T cells on the attack against cancer and infection“

On January 20th at 7:15pm, Prof. Dr. Michael Dustin will present his latest research in context of the immunological synapse. For more information and registration, please see here.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Haass

“Can we ever treat Alzheimer’s disease?“

Prof. Dr. Dr. Haass

Prof. Dr. Dr. Haass currently researches the neurodegenerative Alzheimer’s disease. He will present the latest results of his studies to us! The lecture will be held on December 03rd at 7:15 p.m. The lecture will be held online.

For more information please read here.

Prof. Dr. Hannes Mutschler

“Bottom-up approaches in origins of life research and synthetic biology”

Prof. Dr. Hannes Mutschler, since November 2020 Professor for Biomimetic Chemistry at the Technical University of Dortmund, will talk about the assembly of chemical systems and their importance for the origin of life on 17th November 2020, 19ct.

For more information please read here.

Next talk – Dr. Martin Denzel

“Mutagenesis screens define unexpected roles of metabolism and protein synthesis in longevity”

Dr. Martin Denzel, the leader of the workgroup for Metabolic and Genetic Regulation of Ageing at the Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Cologne, will hold a talk on 5th November 2020, 19ct.

For more information please read here.

Postponed talk!

We are sorry to tell you but we have to postpone our talk with Prof. Dr. Dr. Haass to the winter semester due to the Corona-pandemic! As soon as we have a new date, we will announce it here and in the calender.

New talks!

We are excited to announce that there will be new lectures in the following summer semester 2020! We will keep you updated when, where and who will be presenting the lectures.

What are the “Poppelsdorfer Schlossgespräche”?

“Poppelsdorfer Schlossgespräche” is a biomedical lecture series with speakers working in the industry, economy and science, organized by students of Molecular Biomedicine of the University of Bonn. The talks address diverse, current scientific and medical issues. They take place at the Poppelsdorfer Schloss or at the LIMES Institute in a casual atmosphere. After the lecture there is always time for a snack and inspired discussions.

Students of many disciplines, lecturers, employees of the university and other interested people are visiting the lectures. Up to now we have already welcomed Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Klaus Rajewski, Jules Hoffmann and Stefan Hell.

In 2007, the Poppelsdorfer Schlossgespräche were awarded with the Alumni-Gesellschaft Prize of the University of Bonn for being the best student initiative.

Any interested person is warmly invited to be a guest at the lectures.