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 usually 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.
|Date||Speaker 1||Title||Speaker 2||Title|
|26.03.2019||Lara Schmittmann||The Baltic Sponge Halichondria panicea as an experimental model for sponge symbiosis||Dr. Daniela Prasse||Culture and single cell analysis of microorganisms associated with eukaryotic hosts
|11.02.2019||Malte Rühlemann||Phylosymbiosis in the hominine lineage||Dr. Christian Treitz||Analyzing Host-Microbe Interactions in C. elegans by Quantitative Proteomics|
|27.11.2018||Laura Baldassarre||Metaorganism adaptation: a fast strategy to cope with environmental changes||Dr. Peter Deines||Deciphering metaorganisms: from host to host-free environments
|25.09.2018||Kai Rathje||Bacteria drive tumorigenesis in Hydra||Dr. Felix Sommer||Effects of protein malnutrition on epithelia-microbe interactions in the intestinal tract of mice|
|21.08.2018||Hanna Domin||Modulators of the age-specific microbiota of Nematostella vectensis||Dr. Daniela Langfeldt||Identifying cell-cell communication interference of the metaorganisms Aurelia aurita and Mnemiopsis leidyi|
|19.06.2018||Kohar Annie Kissoyan||A tripartite interaction: C. elegans-microbiota-mediated protection from pathogen infection||Dr. Jack Aidley||Evolving selectivity in C. elegans microbiome assembly|
|27.03.2018||Jay Bathia||Insights into the control of intracellular algal cell population in Hydra viridissima.||Ryszard Soluch||Pantoea agglomerans: Grain-borne member of the wheat metaorganism.
|30.01.2018||Devani Romero Picazo||As deep as it gets: disentangling deep-sea mussel symbiosis using high-resolution metagenomics||Dr. Barbara Pees||The interaction of antimicrobial peptides with the C. elegans microbiota|
|29.11.2017||Hanna Fokt||The evolution of the genus Bacteroides in the mammalian intestine||Dr. Cornelia Jaspers||Linking microbiota associations to fitness in a basal metazoan|
|27.09.2017||Nancy Obeng||Contextualizing interactions in the natural microbiota of C. elegans||Dr. Lucía Pita Galán||Differential gene expression in the sponge host upon exposure to microbial-associated molecular patterns|
|26.07.2017||Ezgi Özkurt||Domestication-driven metaorganism evolution of wheat||Dr. Anna Roik||Microbial landscapes of red sea coral reefs|
|31.05.2017||Jakob von Frieling||Effect of a high fat diet on epithelia-microbe interactions in the intestinal tract of Drosophila melanogaster||Janina Lange||Bacteriophages in the metaorganism Hydra and their role in metaorganism maintenance|
|22.03.2017||Shauni Doms||Host-microbiota co-evolution in the mammalian intestine||Dr. Liam Cassidy||Qualitative and quantitative proteomics on model organisms|
|25.01.2017||Jinru He||Impact of symbiotic microbes on developmental processes of Hydra: work plan||Dr. Philipp Rausch||Microbial communities in chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis|
|30.11.2016||Martin Jahn||Investigating the poribacterial sponge symbiont by high resolution visualization and transcriptional profiling||Dr. Felix Sommer||The gut microbiota modulates energy metabolism in the hibernating brown bear|
|28.09.2016||Malte Rühlemann||Microbiota in primary sclerosing cholangitis||Dr. Michael Sieber||Modelling bacteria-phage interactions and the potential role of phages in the microbiome|
|27.07.2016||Daniela Prasse||sRNA154 a newly identified regulator in nitrogen fixation in Methanosarcina mazei strain Gö1 and introduction of the CRC1182 Z2 project||Dr. Tim Lachnit||Viruses: friends or foes?|