SFB 1182 Metaorganismus Seminar

Mit diesem Seminar versucht der SFB 1182 die jungen Wissenschaftler*innen (Doktoranden*innen und Postdoktoranden*innen), aus dem weiten Feld der Wirt-Mirkoben-Beziehungen, zusammenzubringen. Dieses Event soll den Wissenschaftler*innen die Möglichkeit geben miteinander in Kontakt zu treten. Der SFB 1182 bemüht sich eine Kombination aus 30 minütigen Vorträgen von einem/r Doktoranden*innen und einem/r Postdoktoranden*innen zuhaben, wobei die Redner idealerweise aus verschiedenen SFB 1182 Teilprojekten kommen.Von Doktoranden*innen und Postdoktoranden*innen wird Anwesenheit erwartet. Die Sprecher*innen des letzten Seminars organisieren jeweils das nächste Seminar (inkl. Snacks und Getränke).

Das Seminar findet von 9 bis 11 Uhr im Seminarraum im 4. Stock des Zentrums für Molekulare Biowissenschaften (Am Botanischen Garten 11, 24118 Kiel) statt.

DateSpeaker 1TitleSpeaker 2Title
2019
21.05.2019
26.03.2019Lara Schmittmann Dr. Daniela Prasse
29.01.2019Georgios Marinos Dr. Christian Treitz
2018
27.11.2018Laura BaldassarreMetaorganism adaptation: a fast strategy to cope with environmental changesDr. Peter DeinesDeciphering metaorganisms: from host to host-free environments

25.09.2018Kai RathjeBacteria drive tumorigenesis in HydraDr. Felix SommerEffects of protein malnutrition on epithelia-microbe interactions in the intestinal tract of mice
21.08.2018Hanna DominModulators of the age-specific microbiota of Nematostella vectensisDr. Daniela LangfeldtIdentifying cell-cell communication interference of the metaorganisms Aurelia aurita and Mnemiopsis leidyi
19.06.2018Kohar Annie KissoyanA tripartite interaction: C. elegans-microbiota-mediated protection from pathogen infectionDr. Jack AidleyEvolving selectivity in C. elegans microbiome assembly
27.03.2018Jay BathiaInsights into the control of intracellular algal cell population in Hydra viridissima.Ryszard SoluchPantoea agglomerans: Grain-borne member of the wheat metaorganism.
30.01.2018Devani Romero PicazoAs deep as it gets: disentangling deep-sea mussel symbiosis using high-resolution metagenomicsDr. Barbara PeesThe interaction of antimicrobial peptides with the C. elegans microbiota
2017
29.11.2017Hanna FoktThe evolution of the genus Bacteroides in the mammalian intestineDr. Cornelia JaspersLinking microbiota associations to fitness in a basal metazoan
27.09.2017Nancy ObengContextualizing interactions in the natural microbiota of C. elegansDr. Lucía Pita GalánDifferential gene expression in the sponge host upon exposure to microbial-associated molecular patterns
26.07.2017Ezgi ÖzkurtDomestication-driven metaorganism evolution of wheatDr. Anna RoikMicrobial landscapes of red sea coral reefs
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
2016
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?