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The research school Cancer Stem cells & Developmental biology (CS&D) is part of the Utrecht Graduate School of Life Sciences and combines about 50 research groups from Utrecht University, the University Medical Center Utrecht and the Hubrecht Institute for Developmental Biology and Stem Cell Research.The school offers two programmes:

 

                           

 

 

Seminar Schedule

Seminars are on Thursday at 16.00 hrs in the Ted Peek Auditorium - Hubrecht Institute, unless otherwise indicated (in the comment field).


Date & timeSpeaker TitleHostComment
24 Aug 16
16.00
Matthew Meyerson

Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Harvrd Medical School

Genomic alterations in human lung cancers

Sander van den Heuvel

Seminar on Wednesday

 

15 Sep 16
16.00
Karen Knudsen

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia

Targeting hormone-DNA repair crosstalk in prostate cancer: mechanisms and implications for therapeutic intervention

Eric Kalkhoven

 

22 Sep 16
16.00
Scott Armstrong

Memorial Sloan Kettering Leukemia Center

Stem Cells, Progenitors and Epigenetic Mechanisms: Leukemia origins and novel therapies

Laurens van der Flier

Joint Seminar CS&D/PMC

 

29 Sep 16
16.00
t.b.a.

t.b.a.

t.b.a.

Laurens van der Flier

Joint seminar CS&D/PMC

27 Oct 16
16.00
Duane Compton

Dartmouth Medical School, USA

t.b.a.

Geert Kops 
03 Nov 16
16.00
reserved  Matilde Galli 
10 Nov 16
16.00
Adrian Bracken

Genetics dept., Trinity College Dublin

t.b.a.

Eric Kalkhoven

 

17 Nov 16
16.00
NO SEMINAR   

KIT Meeting Amsterdam

24 Nov 16
16.00
reserved   

within the frame of the "Introduction to R for Life Sciences" course

01 Dec 16
16.00
Stephan Herzig

Institute for Diabetes and Cancer IDC Helmholtz Center Munich

Wasting metabolism in cancer

Eric Kalkhoven 
08 Dec 16
16.00
NO SEMINAR   

CS&D Masterclass

12 Jan 17
16.00
reserved   

within the frame of the "Introduction to Stem Cells" course

19 Jan 17
16.00
reserved   

within the frame of the "Chromosome Segregation, Aneuploidy, and Cancer" course

26 Jan 17
16.00
reserved   

within the frame of the "Introduction to R for Life Sciences" course

02 Feb 17
16.00
Kerstin Bartscherer

Max Planck Institute Muenster, Germany

t.b.a.

Rik Korswagen, Catherine Rabouille, Matilde Galli

within the frame of the "Model organism genetics" course

09 Feb 17
16.00
Eileen Furlong

EMBL Heidelberg

t.b.a.

Wouter de Laat & Marc Timmers

within the frame of the "Gene Expression, Epigenetics and Disease" course

09 Mar 17
16.00
reserved   

within the frame of the "Introduction to Bioinformatics: Data Mining and Data Integration for LS" course

16 Mar 17
16.00
   reserved

within the frame of the "The role of Membrane Traffic in Development and Disease" course

23 Mar 17
16.00
reserved   

within the frame of the "Metabolic Pathways: from cell to disease" course

13 Apr 17
16.00
reserved  reserved

within the frame of the "Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry" course

01 Jun 17
16.00
reserved  reserved

within the frame of the "Human Disease Genetics" course

15 Jun 17
16.00
Geraldine Seydoux

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Johns Hopkins University School

t.b.a.

Lars-Eric Fielmich

PhD student invited speaker