FOR2625 seminars


NEXT FOR2625 SEMINAR:

Hamburg, 20.09.2022 at 2 PM (on-site)

Shawn Ferguson – Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, USA:
Axonal Lysosome Dysfunction in Alzheimer’s Disease

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María Isabel Yuseff – Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile:
Regulation of lysosome positioning and function: impact on B cell responses

 

 

Franfurt/Main, 14.06.2021 (virtual seminar)

Sabina Tahirovic – German Center for Neurodegenerative Dieseases (DZNE), Munich:
Loss of NPC1 enhances phagocytic uptake and impairs lipid trafficking in microglia

 

Jena, 25.02.2021 (virtual seminar)

Margaret S. Robinson – Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, UK:
AP-4 and AP-5: the mystery adaptors and their role in autophagy and lysosomal homeostasis
 

 

Tübingen, 25. – 27.09.2019
Participation at the GBM/DGZ fall conference on Autophagy

 

Utrecht, 14.06.2019

Gillian Griffiths – Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, UK:
Killer cells of the immune system: secretory lysosomes, cilia and immunodeficiencies

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Monther Abu-Remaileh – Whitehead Institute, Cambridge, USA:
The emerging roles of the lysosome in metabolic homeostasis


Bonn, 09.11.2018

Sharon Tooze – The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK:
Mammalian autophagy and the role of ATG9 in autophagosome formation

 

 

Berlin, 14.09.2018

Sergio Grinstein – Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada:
Membrane remodelling during phagolysosome resolution

 

 

Franfurt/Main, 21.02.2018

Andrea Ballabio – TIGEM, Pozzuoli/Naples, Italy:
The awesome lysosome