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Distinguished Speaker Series

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Name

Institution / Firma

Thema

18/01/2017 Jean-Philippe Vert PSL Research University, MINES ParisTech, Institut Curie, Paris Machine learning for patient stratification from genomic data
14/12/2016 Jan  Korbel  EMBL, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg From mining genomics variations to molecular mechanisms
02/11/2016 Dirk Brockmann  Institute for Theoretical Biology (ITB), Humboldt University Berlin The hidden geometry of complex, network-driven contagion phenomena
06/06/2016 Madan Babu MRC Lab of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK Functional versatility and regulation of proteins with intrinsically disordered regions
11/05/2016 Moritz Helmstaedter Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt a. M. Connectomics: networks in the brain
13/04/2016 Ana Pombo Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology at Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Complex multi-enhancer contacts captured by genome architecture mapping, a novel ligation-free approach
02/03/2016 Des Higgins Conway Institute, University College Dublin, Ireland Clustal Omega and the end of multiple sequence alignment?
01/13/2016 Patrick Cramer Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen Transcription of the genome: from molecules to systems
12/16/2015 Torsten Schwede Biozentrum, University of Basel and SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics Modeling protein structures and complexes using evolutionary information
11/11/2015 Uwe Ohler Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine Berlin-Buch (MDC)
Predictive models for eukaryotic gene regulation: from transcription to translation
07/08/2015 Eric Westhof Institut for Molecular and Cell Biology of CNRS, University of Strasbourg The detection of architectural modules and of protein binding residues in RNA sequences. Progress in RNA-Puzzles contest
06/10/2015 Ines Thiele Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, University of Luxembourg Computational modeling of host metabolism and its interaction with the gut microbiome
05/27/2015 Paul de Bakker Medical Center, Utrecht University Inherited and de novo variation in Dutch genomes
04/15/2015 Ulrich Mansmann Department of Medical Information Sciences, Biometry and Epidemiology, LMU München The molecular tumorboard - clinical information provided by validated bioinformatics tools
02/04/2015 Prof. Dr. Michael Sternberg Center for Bioinformatics, Imperial College London Phyre: Modelling protein structures and their association with disease
01/14/2015 Prof. Dr. Markus Loeffler Inst. Medical Informatics, Statistics and Epidemiology, Universät Leipzig Clinical trial concepts in personalized medicine
12/10/2014 Prof. Dr. Mihaela Zavolan Center for Molecular Life Sciences, Universät Basel Prediction, identification and functional characterization of miRNA-target interactions
11/12/2014 Dr. Janet Kelso MPI Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig Reconstructing ancient human genomes
10/22/2014 Dr. Jasmin Fisher Microsoft Research, Cambridge Computing cancer
07/02/2014 Dr. Wolfgang Huber EMBL Heidelberg Gene-gene and gene-drug interactions
06/1102014 Prof. Dr. Jörg Stelling D-BSSE, ETH Zürich Automated generation of predictive models for systems biology
05/21/2014 Prof. Dr. Daniel Huson Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen Computational metagenome analysis
03/30/2014 Prof. Dr. Ursula Kummer COS Heidelberg/BIOQUANT, Universität Heidelberg From cellular processes to whole-body distributions – integrating different scales in computational models
02/05/2014 Prof. Dr. Gunnar Rätsch Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City Understanding and modeling transcriptome variability
01/15/2014 Prof. Dr. Martin Fussenegger Institute of Technology, D-BSSE, ETH Zurich Prosthetic networks - a new treatment strategy for metabolic disorders
12/11/2013 Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Rajewski Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin, Berlin Circular and micro RNAs
11/20/2013 Prof. Dr. Knut Reinert Algorithmic Bioinformatics, Freie Universität Berlin Bridging the gap: Enabling top research in translational research
10/16/2013 Prof. Dr. Yves Moreau SymBioSys Center, University of Leuven, Belgium Prioritizing disease-causing variation by genomic data fusion
07/10/2013 Prof. Dr. Christine Orengo UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences, London, UK Exploiting Protein Evolution to Predict Protein Functions and Functional Networks
06/20/2013 Prof. Dr. Johannes Söding Gene Center Munich and Department of Biochemistry Four core promoter classes with characteristic regulatory properties
05/22/2013 Prof. Dr. Luis Serrano Pubull CRG-Centre Regulació Genòmica, Barcelona, Spain A quantitative systems biology on a model bacterium
04/17/2013 Prof. Dr. Hermann-Georg Holzhütter Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Charité, Institut für Biochemie Mathematical Modeling of the Cellular Metabolism
02/06/2013 Prof. Dr. Henk Stunnenberg NCMLS, Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences The epigenetic landscape of ground state plutipotent stem cell
01/09/2013 Prof. Dr. Uli Sattler IMG Information Management Group, University of Manchester OWL Ontologies – magic dust, snake oil, or the best thing since sliced bread?
11/14/2012 Prof. Dr. Michele Vedruscolo Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK Determination of the structure and dynamics of proteins using NMR chemical
shifts
07/11/2012 Prof. Dr. Robert Russell Protein Evolution, Cell Networks, University of Heidelberg Predicting Protein-Protein, Protein-Peptide And Protein-Chemical Interactions Within Biological Networks
06/20/2012 Prof. Dr. Uwe Sauer Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zürich Identification Of Allosteric And Transcriptional Regulation That Controls Metabolic Function
05/16/2012 Prof. Dr. Marie-France Sagot INRIA Grenoble, Université de Lyon, France Towards An Algorithmic And Mathematical Exploration Of Symbiosis
04/18/2012 Prof. Dr. Sarah Teichmann MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK From Protein Interactions To Gene Expression Distributions
02/08/2012 Prof. Dr. Ron Shamir School of Computer Science, Tel Aviv University Computational analysis of gene regulation, disease classification and protein networks
01/11/2012 Prof. Dr. Ewan Birney European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), Cambridge, UK Understanding biology using individual differences
12/14/2011 Prof. Dr. Paul Flicek European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK Insights into vertebrate genome evolution from comparative functional genomics
11/30/2011 Prof. Dr. Amos Tanay Weizmann Institute, Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics The evolution of normal and aberrant epigenomes
10/19/2011 Prof. Dr. Martin Zacharias Physik-Department T38, TU Muenchen Studying nucleic acid flexibility using molecular dynamics and advanced sampling methods
07/13/2011 Prof. Dr. Thomas Höfer German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg Dynamic regulatory networks of gene expression
05/11/2011 Prof. Dr. Jens Timmer Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS), University of Freiburg Systems Biology of the Erythropoietin Receptor
04/13/2011 Prof. Dr. Burkhard Rost TUM Munich, Informatik, Bioinformatik, Institute for Advanced Studies, Garching/Munich; Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics, Columbia University, New York Evolution teaches protein prediction
02/09/2011 Prof. Dr. Gisbert Schneider Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, Zürich, Switzerland From protein pockets to ligands and back again
01/12/2011 Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wiechert Institute of Bio- and Geosciences, IBG-1: Biotechnology, Research Center Jülich Tools and Algorithms for Biochemical Network Modeling
11/17/2010 Prof. Dr. Arne Elofsson Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Stockholm University Multidomain protein evolution and orphans
10/20/2010 Prof. Dr. Peter Stadler Institute for Computer Science, University of Leipzig The long and the short of RNAs: Complex Processing of ncRNAs
07/10/2010 Prof. Dr. Christian von Mering Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, Univeristy of Zurich, Switzerland A Global Network of Co-existence Relationships among Microbes in the Wild
06/09/2010 Prof. Dr. Martin Vingron Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Computational Molecular Biology Department, Berlin Transcription factor binding sites and chromatin modifications point at two classes of human promoters
05/19/2010 Dr. Eran Segal Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel Transcriptional Lego: Predictable control of gene expression by manipulating promoter building blocks
01/13/2010 Prof. Dr. Matthias Reuss Institute of Biochemical Engineering and Centre Systems Biology, Universität Stuttgart Dynamic modeling of the central metabolism of E.coli – Linking metabolite and regulatory networks
12/09/2009 Prof. Dr. Matthias Rarey Center for Bioinformatics, Hamburg Computing in Life Science: From Virtual Screening to Lead Optimization
11/11/2009 Dr. Rebecca Wade EML Research, Heidelberg Bridging from Molecular Simulation to Biochemical Networks
10/14/2009 Dr. Yanay Ofran Ofran lab of systems biology and functional genomics, Israel From a single residue to disease, a multilevel approach to function prediction