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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
09 Feb 23
16:00
Geoff MacIntyre

Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas, Madrid

Identifying pan-cancer signatures of chromosome instability

Patrick Kemmeren

within the frame of the "Cancer Genomics" course

16 Feb 23
16:00
Jan Riemer

University of Cologne

Redox processes in biogenesis and function of mitochondria

Tobias Dansen

within the frame of the "Metabolic Pathways" course

09 Mar 23
16:00
Sasha Mendjan

Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA), Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna

Multi-chamber cardioids

Jop Kind 
16 Mar 23
16:00
Guillaume Salbreux

University of Geneva, Zwitserland

t.b.a.

Takashi Hiiragi 
23 Mar 23
16:00
Reserved  Madelon Maurice

within the frame of the Cell Organisation in Health and Disease course

30 Mar 23
16:00
Reserved  Jeroen de Ridder

within the frame of the "Analythics Algorithms for Omics Data" course

13 Apr 23
16:00
Meera Sundaram

University of Pennsylvania, USA

t.b.a.

Sander van den Heuvel and Mike Boxem 
20 Apr 23
16:00
Reserved  Mike Boxem

within the frame of the "Developmental Genetics" course

27 Apr 23No Seminar   

King's Day

18 May 23No Seminar   

Ascension Day

25 May 23
16:00
Yosef (Yossi) Yarden

The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Targeting EGFR: mechanisms of signaling and resistance to anti-cancer drugs

Patrick Derksen 
28 Sep 23
16:00
No Seminar   

CS&D-PhD Masterclass

19 Oct 23
16:00
John Diffley

The Francis Crick Institute, London

t.b.a.

Francesca Mattiroli