Abstracts 2018

ABSTRACT: TOWARDS MOLECULAR CONDUCTORS: ADVANCES IN CHARGE TRANSPORT THROUGH INDIVIDUAL DNA AND DNA-BASED MOLECULES

We would like to present the abstract of our keynote speaker – Danny Porath – who is a professor in the institute of chemistry and center for nanotechnology of the Hebrew University. He is also serving as the Vice Dean for research of the Faculty of Science at the Hebrew University and he is the …

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ABSTRACT: DECODING THE ORGANIZATION OF THE HUMAN BRAIN ACROSS THE SCALES

We would like to present the abstract of our keynote speaker – Svenja Caspers – who is Associate Professor for Human Brain Connectivity in the C. and O. Vogt Institute for Brain Research of the Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf (Germany) and Group Leader as well as Deputy Director in the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-1) …

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ABSTRACT: HOW MAMMALIAN CELLS SENSE PROTEOSTASIS STRESS

We would like to present the abstract of our keynote speaker – Ramunas Martin Vabulas – who is a Group Leader at the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt. He together with his coworkers are especially interested in possibilities to destabilize metastatic cell proteomes for therapeutic purposes.

ABSTRACT: A ROLE FOR ALTERNATIVE SPLICING IN PLANT TOLERANCE TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS

We would like to present the abstract of our keynote speaker – Paula Duque – the Group Leader at the Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC). She, together with her group, uses arabidopsis as a model system and combines reverse genetics, physiology and biochemistry to investigate how plants perceive and respond to environmental cues at the …

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