CRC 1182 Metaorganism Seminar

With this seminar series, the CRC 1182 aims to bring the young scientists (PhD students and postdocs) from the broader field of host-microbe interactions together. This event is meant to give the young researchers of the CRC 1182 a chance to interact and communicate with each other. The CRC 1182 strives to have a combination of 30 min talks from a PhD student and a postdoc and speakers should ideally be from different CRC 1182 subprojects. PhD students and postdocs are expected to attend. The speakers of the last seminar are always organizing the next seminar, including some snacks and drinks.

The seminar takes place from 4 pm to 6 pm at the Center for Molecular Biosciences (ZMB) (Am Botanischen Garten 11, 24118 Kiel) in the seminar room at the 4th floor.

DateSpeaker 1TitleSpeaker 2Title
29.11.2017Hanna FoktDr. Cornelia Jaspers
27.09.2017Nancy ObengDr. Lucía Pita Galán
26.07.2017Ezgi ÖzkurtDr. Anna Roik
31.05.2017Jakob von FrielingEffect of a high fat diet on epithelia-microbe interactions in the intestinal tract of Drosophila melanogasterJanina LangeBacteriophages in the metaorganism Hydra and their role in metaorganism maintenance
22.03.2017Shauni DomsHost-microbiota co-evolution in the mammalian intestineDr. Liam CassidyQualitative and quantitative proteomics on model organisms
25.01.2017Jinru HeImpact of symbiotic microbes on developmental processes of Hydra: work planDr. Philipp RauschMicrobial communities in chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis
30.11.2016Martin JahnInvestigating the poribacterial sponge symbiont by high resolution visualization and transcriptional profilingDr. Felix SommerThe gut microbiota modulates energy metabolism in the hibernating brown bear
28.09.2016Malte RühlemannMicrobiota in Primary Sclerosing CholangitisDr. Michael SieberModelling bacteria-phage interactions and the potential role of phages in the microbiome
27.07.2016Daniela PrassesRNA154 a newly identified regulator in nitrogen fixation in Methanosarcina mazei strain Gö1 and Introduction of the CRC1182-Z2-ProjectDr. Tim LachnitViruses: Friends or foes?