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  • Upcoming talk by Prof. Brian Kobilka M.D

    G protein-coupled receptors

    October 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    n 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.

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  • 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.