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November 2020

Prof. Dr. Hannes Mutschler

17 November, 2020 @ 7:15 pm
Online via Zoom

Full Professor for Biomimetic Chemistry, TU Dortmund, since November 2020 “Bottom-up approaches in origins of life research and synthetic biology” The bottom-up generation of chemical systems with life-like properties is a key objective of synthetic biology and origin of life research. In his talk, Prof. Dr. Mutschler will present his research, which focuses on the assembly of self-replicating systems from existing biological parts. Furthermore, he will discuss the potential role of nucleic acid catalysts, such as ribozymes, as key players in…

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January 2021

Prof. Dr. Michael Dustin

20 January, 2021 @ 7:15 pm
Online via Zoom

“T cells on the attack against cancer and infection“ In this lecture, Prof. Dustin will introduce the "immunological synapse", the specialized junction between immune cells and their targets. Thereby, he will discuss three recent examples concerning 1. molecular dynamics in the context of cancer immunotherapy; 2. the inhibition of the immunological synapse by plasmodium; 3. "protein bombs" from T-cells killing cancerous and infected cells. Download Flyer here

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October 2021

Prof. Brian Kobilka M.D

12 October, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Online via Zoom

“G-Protein-Coupled-Receptors” In this lecture, the Nobel prize winner Prof. Kobilka gives us an insight into the family of G -Protein-Coupled-Receptors (GPCR), the largest family of cell surface receptors. Given the role in regulation of all aspects of human physiology GPCR are the main target of today’s pharmaceuticals. He will discuss approaches to characterize the structure and mechanistic activation of GPCR at molecular level. Research in the Kobilka Lab is focused on G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), a large family of…

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