15th International European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) PhD Symposium
EMBL Heidelberg
Meyerhofstraße 1
Heidelberg, Germany
15th International European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) PhD Symposium
EMBL Heidelberg
Meyerhofstraße 1

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, November 21, 2013
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:00:00 Registration
09:00:00 Symposium opening and Welcome by Prof. Iain Mattaj (Director General of EMBL) Iain Mattaj
09:30:00 Competition in and between molecular systems at the origin of life John Sutherland
10:00:00 Coffee break
10:20:00 Coffee break
10:50:00 How does the plasma membrane organise lipids and proteins?
11:10:00 Balancing act between microbes and the immune system of the mammalian host George Kassiotis
12:00:00 Characterization of S6 kinase 2 interaction with new protein partner TDRD7
12:20:00 Lunch
13:40:00 Transcription Factor Binding Competition Encodes Promoter Logic
14:00:00 Winning the competition with small RNAs Jörg Vogel
14:50:00 Blackboard Session & Coffee
15:40:00 A recognition model of ACP-HCS interaction for programmed beta-branching in type I polyketide synthases
16:00:00 Airborne transmission of zoonotic influenza A viruses Ron A.M. Fouchier
16:50:00 Panel Discussion
18:00:00 Poster Session
19:00:00 Dinner
Friday, November 22, 2013
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:40:00 Introduction
08:50:00 Connectivity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa sigma factor regulons to build up higher-level-functions Susanne Häußler
09:40:00 The role of autophagy in the pathogenesis of Campylobacter concisus
10:30:00 Host-pathogen competition in a unique transmissible cancer
10:50:00 Synthetic microbes engineered for therapeutic applications: Turning biology's competition into our benefit Matthew Chang
11:40:00 Effect Of Heparan Sulfate On Transduction Efficiency Of Pseudotyped Viral Gene Therapy Vector
12:00:00 Lunch
13:20:00 Workshops
14:20:00 Competition versus symbiosis: viruses as models for new evolutionary paradigms Marilyn Roossinck
15:10:00 Blackboard Session & Coffee
16:00:00 The race for survival - a competition between host genetics and influenza A
16:20:00 The competitive nature of cells Eduardo Moreno
17:10:00 Panel Discussion
18:10:00 Poster Session
19:30:00 Dinner
Saturday, November 23, 2013
09:00:00 Introduction
09:10:00 On competition, limiting similarity, and the origin of species Eva Kisdi
10:00:00 Fighting in flow: how hydrodynamics affects bacterial evolution
10:20:00 Coffee break
10:50:00 Streptococcus pneumoniae warfare: insights on the role of pherotype in pneumococcal co-existence in the nasopharynx
11:10:00 Social evolution in microbes Kevin Foster
12:00:00 A novel niche allows the temporary survival of a low fitness mutant
12:20:00 Lunch
13:40:00 Candida albicans transcriptional response to micronutrients starvation
14:00:00 Competition in life after death: the building and breeding of burying beetles Rebecca Kilner
14:50:00 Blackboard Session & Coffee
15:40:00 Characterization of the diversity and prevalence of antibiotic resistance gene determinants in the environment using a metagenomic approach
16:00:00 The evolution of social competition in a cooperative microbe Gregory Velicer
16:50:00 Panel Discussion
17:50:00 Poster Session
19:00:00 Prize ceremony and Closing
19:15:00 Dinner
21:00:00 Party
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