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GIGA-Seminar

Shaft synapses - traffic regulators in dendrites?

Marina Mikhaylova, UKE, Hamburg

She is currently focused on 3 main projects: neuronal calcium binding proteins in spine function, molecular mechanisms of heterosynaptic plasticity, nanobodies/intrabodies for studying the localization and dynamics of postsynaptic protein.

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GIGA-Seminar

Helminth initiated systemic changes to the female reproductive track: consequences for subsequent viral infection

William Horsnell, University of Cape Town, South Africa

William Horsnell is an immunologist focusing primarily on how helminth infections alter host immunity. He looks at how helminth elicited host responses influence host ability to control both the helminth infection and unrelated diseases.

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GIGA-Conference

Platelet glycoprotein receptors as clinical targets in thrombosis and thrombo-inflammation

Steve Watson, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK

Steve Watson's group undertakes a multidisciplinary approach to the investigation of platelet function in health and disease with a special focus on platelet receptors and their signalling pathways.

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Plateforme Robotein®

Adhésion de la plateforme Robotein® au consortium Instruct-ERIC

Découvrez les avancées technologiques et les infrastructures qui révolutionnent la façon dont nous traitons un grand nombre d'échantillons de protéines en vue de l'interprétation des fonctions moléculaires et cellulaires.

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Master class

Thermal Comfort in New Mobility

From Thermal State to State of Mind

La Chaire d'Innovation "Health and Well-Being in Transport" organise sa première Master Class qui sera pilotée par Steven LAUREYS (GIGA-ULiège / CHU de Liège) et Daniel NEVEU (Valéo Thermal Systems Business Group)

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GIGA-Conference

Local Protein Synthesis in Neurons

Erin Schuman, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Germany

Erin Schuman’s long-standing research interest is the study of cellular mechanisms and neural circuits that underlie information processing and storage and animal behavior.

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GIGA-Seminar

Obesity and Diabetes: an immunometabolic perspective

Rinke Stienstra, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, the Netherlands

Rine Stienstra works on the close interplay between metabolism and immunity with particular interest in the development of obesity-induced adipose tissue inflammation.

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GIGA-Seminar

Novel conformations in CFTR : implications for channel function and cystic fibrosis

Cédric Govaerts, Membrane Protein Laboratory, ULB.

Cédric Govaerts is leading an ambitious project that aims the development of a therapy for the Cystic Fibrosis, the most common lethal autosomal recessive genetic disorder in Caucasian populations.

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GIGA-Seminar

Interplay of epigenetic mechanisms in directing neuronal development and function

Géraldine Zimmer, RWTH Aachen University

The research of Geraldine Zimmer focusses on epigenetic gene regulation that determines cell fate determination and discrete neurophysiological processes underlying brain development and adult neuronal function in disease-related contexts. 

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GIGA-MBD Seminar

A reference map of the humam protein interactome

David Hill, Harvard Medical School, Boston

David Hill is Associate Director of the Center for Cancer Systems Biology of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

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GIGA-I3

Deciphering the contribution of antibody subclasses, Fc receptors and myeloid cells in allergic shock

Laurent Reber, Center of Pathophysiology Toulouse-Purpan

Laurent Reber is a specialist of allergic shock (anaphylaxis), antibodies and Fc receptors.

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GIGA-Consciousness

Sensitivity of auditory steady-state responses to changes in the level of consciousness.

Marek Binder, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

In this talk, Marek Binder will present the results of his Auditory steady-state responses (ASSR) studies.

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