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    SS 2017

    Virologisches und Immunologisches Kolloquium SS 2017

    Ort: Hörsaal des Instituts

    Zeit: 16:15 Uhr

    Die, 16:15 Uhr

    25.04.17

    Roberto Cattaneo, Rochester, Minnesota, USA

    New viruses as anticancer weapons: the measles paradigm

    Gastgeber: Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies

    Do, 16:15 Uhr

    27.04.17

    Julia Jellusowa, Freiburg

    Integration of cell signaling with metabolism in B cells

    Gastgeber: Edgar Serfling

    08.05.17

    Jochen Hühn, Braunschweig

    Decision-making during T cell differentiation: epigenetics and more...

    Gastgeber: Thomas Kerkau

    Mi, 13:30 Uhr 10.05.17

    Georg Nagel, Würzburg

    Channelrhodopsin et al.: Microbial Optogenetic Actuators

    Gastgeber: Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies

    12.06.17

    Utz Fischer, Würzburg

    mRNA biology: lessions from viral infections and genetic diseases

    Gastgeber: Lars Dölken

    26.06.17

    Immo Prinz, Hannover

    Adaptive immune responses of human γδ T cells in response to CMV

    Gastgeber: Thomas Herrmann

    Do,16:00 Uhr HS Toxi

    29.06.17

    Nathaniel Landau, New York, USA

    Innate host defenses against HIV

    Gastgeber: Thomas Hünig

     

    10.07.17

    Frank van de Veerdonk, Nijmegen, Netherlands

    Epigenetic reprogramming of monocytes during infection and inflammation

    Gastgeber: Manfred Lutz

    24.07.17

    Britta Brügger, Heidelberg

    Investigating protein-lipid interactions within membranes

    Gastgeber: Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies

    WS2016/2017

    Virologisches und Immunologisches Kolloquium WS 2016/2017

    Ort: Hörsaal des Instituts

    Zeit: 16:15 Uhr

    Donnerstag,

    13.10.16

    Bryan Cullen, Durham, USA

    Post-transcriptional regulation of viral gene expression

    Gastgeber: Lars Dölken

    Dienstag, 18.10.16

    18:00 Uhr

    Martin Turner, Cambridge, UK

    Regulation of lymphocyte differentiation by RNA-binding proteins

    Gastgeber: Lars Dölken

    Ort: IMIB, Josef-Schneider-Str. 2, D15 Seminarraum D15.01.002-004

    07.11.16

    Matthias Eberl, Cardiff, UK

    Local γδ T cell responses: protection versus tissue damage

    Gastgeber: Thomas Herrmann

    14.11.16

    Paul Lehner, Cambridge, UK

    Genetic and Proteomic Approaches to Viral Evasion

    Gastgeber: Lars Dölken

    Donnerstag, 24.11.16

    Katrin Singethan, München

    The experience of field work – working in the Ebola-torn country Guinea with the European mobile lab (Emlab) project

    Gastgeber: Christiane Prifert

    28.11.16

    Thomas Blankenstein, Berlin

    The power of adoptive T cell therapy

    Gastgeber: Thomas Hünig

    05.12.16

    Gerd Sutter, München

    Vector vaccination against emerging zoonotic infections: From animal models to clinical evaluation

    Gastgeber: Lars Dölken

    12.12.16

    Armin Saalmüller, Wien, Österreich

    Porcine CD4+ T lymphocytes

    Gastgeber: Niklas Beyersdorf

    16.01.17

    Roland Martin, Zürich, Schweiz

    Immune pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis

    Gastgeber: Thomas Hünig

    30.01.17

    Oliver Fackler, Heidelberg

    Actin dynamics in TCR signaling and HIV infection

    Gastgeber: Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies

    06.02.17

    Jolanda de Vries, Nijmegen, Niederlande

    Efficacy of dendritic cell vaccines in melanoma patients determined by tumor infiltrating T cells and inhibitory myeloid cells

    Gastgeber: Manfred Lutz

    Mittwoch, 22.02.17

    Alessandra Cambi, Nijmegen, Netherlands

    Cytoskeleton remodelling in dendritic cell migration: from nano to mesoscale

    Gastgeber: Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies

    SS 2016 

    25.04.2016     Axel Kallies, Melbourne

    Molecular regulation of lymphocyte tissue residency

     

    23.05.2016     Wolfram Brune, Hamburg

    Manipulation of the DNA damage response by cytomegalovirus and consequences for host cell fitness

     

    13.06.2016     John Sinclair, Cambridge

    Latency of human cytomegalovirus in the myeloid lineage - can the latent reservoir be targeted therapeutically?

     

    20.06.2016     Michelle Linterman, Cambridge

    The cellular composition of the human immune system is shaped by age and

    cohabitation

     

    21.06.2016     Thomas Rudel, Würzburg

    miRNA-mediated cell organelle integrity during Chlamydia infection

     

    27.06.2016     Lucy Walker, London

    Control of T cell dependent autoimmunity via the CTLA-4 pathway

     

    12.07.2016     Marcus Altfeld, Hamburg

    NK cell mediated recognition of HIV-1-infected cells

     

    WS 2015/2016

    26.10.2015
    Andrew MacDonald, Manchester, GB
    Dendritic cells: central players in coordination of Type 2 inflammation

    02.11.2015
    Beate Sodeik, Hannover
    Herpes Simplex Virus – A hitch hiker’s guide through the cell

    12.11.2015
    Peter Friedl, Nijmegen, NL
    Serial killing of cancer cells by cytotoxic T cells

    16.11.2015
    Stephan Ehl, Freiburg
    Immunopathology as a consequence of immunodeficiency: a paradox?

    23.11.2015
    Elga de Vries, Amsterdam, NL
    The neurovascular unit in heath and disease: the role of sphingolipids

    07.12.2015
    Martin Ludlow, Hannover
    Viral determinants of morbillivirus cross-species infections

    11.01.2016
    Bruno Silva-Santos, Lissabon, PT
    γδT cells in cancer immunology and immunotherapy

    18.01.2016
    Eva Wolf, München
    New-era in HIV infection: A cure in sight?

    29.02.2016
    Hartmut Hengel, Freiburg
    Cytomegalovirus (CMV)-encoded FcγReceptors: Novel Modulators at the Interface of Innate and Humoral Immunity

    07.03.2016
    Claudia Kemper, London, GB
    Unexpected roles for innate immunity in the regulation of human Th1 responses

     

    SS 2015

    27.04.2015

    Luis Graca, Lissabon, Portugal

    Multiple regulatory pathways leading to immune tolerance

     

    04.05.2015

    Klaus Dornmair, München

    Disease-related B- and T-cells and their targets in multiple sclerosis

     

    11.05.2015

    Andreas Villunger, Innsbruck, Österreich

    Bcl2 family proteins in lymphocyte development


    08.06.2015

    Ulrich Kalinke, Hannover

    Anti-viral interferon responses in periphery and brain


    22.06.2015

    Klaus Überla, Erlangen

    Overcoming a bias in the quality of the HIV Env antibody response by intrastructural help



    24.06.2015

    Nicholas Proudfoot, Oxford, UK

    Coupling transcription to RNA processing in mammals: making mechanistic sense of genomic analysis


    29.06.2015

    Bernard Vanhove, Nantes, France

    Immunomodulation with CD28 antagonists

     

    06.07.2015

    Karl-Sebastian Lang, Essen

    Enforced viral replication in antiviral immune response


    17.07.2015

    Peter O’ Hare, London, UK 

    New insight into host responses to virus infection: 

    Revising the single step growth cycle

     

     

    WS 2014/2015

     

    24.09.2014: Michaela Gack, Boston, USA

    Mechanisms of RIG-I-like Receptor Activation and Manipulation by Paramyxoviruses

     

    06.10.2014: Tim Hughes, Cardiff, UK

    Complement and Atherosclerosis

     

    03.11.2014: Andrea Ablasser, Lausanne, Switzerland

    The role of intracellular DNA sensing mechanisms in pathogen-triggered innate immunity

     

    01.12.2014: Georg Schett, Erlangen

    Why does inflammation stop in gout? - A new mechanism for resolution of inflammation

     

    08.12.2014: Oliver Fackler, Heidelberg

    Host-Cell Interactions of HIV-1

     

    09.03.2015: Brigitta Stockinger, London, UK

    Fate decisions of IL-17 and IL-22 producing T cells

    SS 2014

    14.04.2014: Dietmar Zehn, Lausanne

    T cell differentiation in chronic infection and autoimmunity

     

    28.04.2014: Veronika von Messling, Langen

    Morbillivirus-host interactions: Getting in, around, and out

     

    12.05.2014: Friederike Berberich-Siebelt, Würzburg

    The importance – and unimportance – of NFAT for CD4+ Treg cells

     

    26.05.2014: Stéphane Emiliani, Paris

    A novel LEDGF/p75-associated complex regulates HIV latency

     

    02.06.2014: Nathaniel R. Landau, New York

    SAMHD1 restriction of HIV-1: Starving the Virus

     

    03.06.2014: Christopher S. Sullivan, Austin, Texas

    RNAi: a tool for the enemy during viral infection of mammalian cells

     

    16.06.2014: Alex Scheffold, Berlin

    Human T cells sensing environmental antigens

     

    30.06.2014: Christian Münz, Zürich

    Human tumorvirus infection and immune control in vivo

     

    08.07.2014: Alexander Steinkasserer, Erlangen

    The CD83 molecule: A viral target for immune escape - its soluble form induces regulatory T cells

    WS 2013/2014

    14.10.2013: Onur Boyman, Zürich

    Cytokine-based regulation of immune responses

     

    04.11.2013: Marc Schmidt-Supprian, Martinsried

    The role of TCR expression for identity, homeostasis and function of mature NKT and regulatory T cells

     

    25.11.2013: Ildiko van Rhijn, Utrecht

    T cell recognition of mycobacterial lipids

     

    27.11.2013: Martin Röcken, Tübingen

    Cancer immune control beyond killing: the strict requirement of immune-induced senescence for cancer control

     

    02.12.2013: Andreas Pichlmair, München

    Recognition of viral RNA by IFIT proteins

     

    09.12.2013: Francesca Granucci, Milano

    Mechanisms and consequences of NFAT signaling pathway activation downstream of PRRs in innate immune cells

     

    20.01.2014: Thomas Dobner, Hamburg

    Adenoviruses: dual model in virus-host interactions

     

    27.01.2014: Kevin Maloy, Oxford

    Innate immune receptor circuits in intestinal homeostasis

     

    17.02.2014: Leo James, Cambridge

    Intracellular antibodies - in the wrong place, at the right time

     

    24.02.2014: Ben Berkhout, Amsterdam

    HIV-1 studies: from the nucleotide composition of its RNA genome to establishment of the viral reservoir.

     

    17.03.2014: Ulf Dittmer, Essen

    The role of Tregs in chronic viral infections

    SS 2013

    18.03.2013:           Christian Kurts, Uni Bonn

    "Role of dendritic cells in renal disease" 

     

    22.04.2013:           Andrea Kreß, Erlangen

    "Modulation of the host cell by HTLV-1/Tax"

     

    13.05.2013:           Gülsah Gabriel, Hamburg

    "Good and Bad Importins Provide a Driving Force for Interspecies Transmission of Avian Inflluenza Viruses" 

     

    03.06.2013:           Günter Weiss, Innsbruck

    "Linkage of iron homeostasis to anti-microbial immune response" 

    17.06.2013:           Michael Lohoff, Marburg

    "Interferon-Regulatory Factors and T-cell subset differentiation"

     

    24.06.2013:           Olivier Schwartz, Paris 

    "The Virology and Immunology of HIV cell-to-cell transmmission"

     

    01.07.2013:           Matthias Gunzer, Essen

    "Infection immunology in real time"

     

    08.07.2013:           Max Löhning, Berlin

    "Lymphocyte differentiation and immunological memory in viral infections"

    WS 2012/2013

     

    29.10.2012:           Jörg Wischhusen, Würzburg

    "Interactions between natural killer and breast cancer cells: elimination, escape and enhanced tumorigenicity"

     

    05.11.2012:           Heiner Schaal, Düsseldorf

    „Regulation of HIV-1 gene expression“

     

    12.11.2012:           Michael Sixt, Klosterneuburg (Austria)

    "Mechanisms of Leukocyte Chemotaxis"

     

    03.12.2012:           Immo Prinz, Hannover

    "What IL-17 producing gd T cells can do for you"

     

    10.12.2012:           Christian Kurts, Bonn

    "Role of Dendritic Cells in Kidney Disease"

     

    28.01.2012:           Max Löhning, Berlin    Fällt aus! Cancelled!

    "Lymphocyte differentiation and immunological memory in viral infections"

     
     


    SS 2012

    11.04.2012 Hiroaki Azukizawa, Osaka (Japan)
    Immature B cell-like circulating lymphoid cells express keratin 5 ectopically and present exogenous antigen comparable to plasmacytoid dendritic cells

     

    16.04.2012 Kai-Michael Töllner, Birmingham (UK)
    Differentiation of plasma cells and the role of antibodies for affinity maturation

     

    23.04.201 Jan Münch, Ulm
    Natural inhibitors and enhancer of HIV-1 infection

     

    14.05.2012 David Sansom, Birmingham (UK)
    The role of CTLA-4 in regulating T cell responses

     

    04.06.2012 Alessandra Cambi, Nijmegen (NL)
    Biophysics of virus binding and entry: nanoscale organization and dynamics of DC-SIGN 

     

    11.06.2012 David Raulet, Berkley (USA)
    Role of the NKG2D immunoreceptor in host defense and inflammation 

     

    02.07.2012 Adrew Lever, Cambridge (UK)
    Getting intimate with HIV - Structures and functions of lentiviral RNA genomes

     

    09.07.2012 Martin Löchelt, HeidelbergFoamy viruses: ancient and unconventional retroviruses

    WS 2011/12


    07.11.2011 Adrian Liston, Leuven (B)
    Quantitative and qualitative asymmetric control immune regulation by Foxp3+ regulatory T cells

     

    14.11.2011 Claudia Berek, Berlin
    Eosinophils are required for long-term survivial of plasma cells

     

    28.11.2011 Thomas Boehm, Freiburg
    The thymus: 500 million years in the making

     

    05.12.2011 Stephan Becker, Marburg
    Replication and morphogenesis of filoviruses

     

    19.12.2011 Oliver Keppler, Heidelberg
    Catch me if you can - HIV-1´s strategies to evade the intrinsic immune control

     

    17.01.2012 Hanspeter Pircher, Freiburg
    Anti-viral immunity analyzed in the LCMV infection model in mice

     

    23.01.2012 Matthias Goebeler, Würzburg
    Innate immunity and contact hypersensitivity

     

    30.01.2012 Thomas Mertens, Ulm
    Monitoring of CMV therapy and resistance

     

    06.02.2012 Stephan Gadola, Southhampton (UK)
    Lipid presenting CD1 proteins and the immune system: Jacks of all trades

     

     

    SS 2011

    25.07.2011
    Giulia Casorati, Mailand
    Leukemia immunesurveillance by CD1-restricted T-cells specific for self-lipid antigens

    25.07.2011, 14:00 Uhr, Seminarraum S 268
    Paolo Dellabona, Mailand
    Control of iNKT cell development and function by miRNAs and tonic CD1d stimulation

    13.07.2011 - 17:00!!!
    Ralph Nanan, Sydney
    Transplacental immunology: Can mothers influence their child´s immune system during pregnancy?

    11.07.2011
    Manfred Kopf, Zürich
    Latest clues in the regulation of T and B cell responses by IL-21

     
    04.07.2011
    Alexandra Trkola
    , Zürich --15:00 Uhr !!
    Shedding light on HIV neutralization

    20.06.2011
    Philippe Plattet, Bern 
    Insights into Morbillivirus cell entry

    09.06.2011
    Hartmut Hengel
    , Düsseldorf
    New insights into strategies of cytomegalovirus persistency

    06.06.2011
    Sigrun Smola
    , Homburg/Saar
    Innate Immunity in Human Papillomavirus-associated Carcinogenesis


    23.05.2011
    Natalio Garbi,
    Kassel
    Regulation of dendritic cell development 

    09.05.2011
    Martina Deckert, Kassel
    Cell type-specific immune reactions in autoimmune inflammatory diseases of the nervous system

    between WS 2010/2011 and SS 2011

    07.03.2011
    Goedele Maertens, London
    Structural biology of retroviral integration (beginn at 16:00!)

    WS 2010/2011

    31.01.2011
    Christian Drosten, Bonn
    Bats as reservoirs of emerging viruses

    24.01.2011
    David Vöhringer, München
    Regulation of allergic inflammation and protective immunity against hookworms

    10.01.2011
    Jean-François Eléouët, INRA France
    Respiratory syncytial virus RNA polymerase: structural and functional analysis and search for inhibitors


    20.12.2010
    Thomas Wekerle, Wien
    Transplantation tolerance through mixed chimerism: is the glass half full or half empty

    06.12.2010
    Peter Collins, NIH USA
    To be announced

    29.11.2010
    Thomas Göbel
    , München
    The chicken leukocyte receptor complex, a gene family gone wild

    22.11.2010
    Erich Gulbins, Düsseldorf    
    Ceramide in molecular medicine

    08.11.2010 
    Ayalew Mergia
    , Univ. of Florida, Gainsville
    Caveolin-1: Does it have any role in HIV infection?

    25.10.2010
    Gabriela Riemekasten, Berlin
    Systemic lupus erythematosus: a prototypic disease of IL-2deficiency and possible therapeutic consequences

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