Events

SS 18

 

Palaeopathology

Thursday
6:15 p.m.

Lecture Hall
Center of Anatomy

Guests are welcome!

Themen und Termine [PDF]

WS 17/18

Anatomical

Colloquium

WS 17/18

Friday
11.15  a.m.

Lecture Hall
Center of Anatomy

 

Guests are welcome!

 

PDF - File

24.11.17
Prof. Dr. Stefan Liebau
Universität Tübingen,Institut für Neuroanatomie und Entwicklungsbiologie
"A returning look from the Dish - a 3-dimensional human retina in vitro".

19.01.18
Entfällt
Frau Dr. Isabelle Hue
INRA, UMR Biologie du Développement et Reproduction
"Conceptus development: an integrating perspective".

26.01.18
Prof. Dr. Ivan Bogeski
Universität Göttingen, Physiologie und Pathophysiologie / Institut für Herz-
und Kreislaufphysiologie
"Titel wird noch bekanntgegeben"

02.02.18
PD Dr. Johannes Vogt
Universität Mainz, Institute of Microanatomy and Neurobiology
"Synaptic lipid signaling at central synapses: Implication for cortical information processing"

 

Palaeopathology

Thursday
6:15 p.m.

Lecture Hall
Center of Anatomy

Guests are welcome!

Termine und Themen [PDF]

 

SS17

Anatomical

Colloquium

SS17

Friday
11.15  a.m.

Lecture Hall
Center of Anatomy

 

Guests are welcome!

 

PDF - File

05.05.17
Dr. Philipp Vick
Institut für Zoologie, Universität Hohenheim
"The polycystic kidney disease 2 gene in amphibian development: conserved functions for kidney organogenesis and unexpected roles during left-right symmetry breakage"

12.05.17
Prof. Dr. Stephan Grill
Biotechnologiezentrum TU Dresden
"Physics of left-right symmetry breaking"

19.05.17
PD Dr. Hinrich Hansen
Klinik I für Innere Medizin, Uniklinik Köln
"Role of extracellular vesicle communication between cancer and bystander cells in the pathomechanism and treatment of Hodgkin Lymphoma"

16.06.17
Prof. Dr. Volkmar Leßmann
Institut für Physiologie, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
"The role of synaptic BDNF secretion in long-term potentiation of CNS synapses"

30.06.17
14:00 Uhr
Dr. Mark Hill, PD Dr. Jörg Männer, Dr. Michael Markert
University of New South Wales in Sidney, Australien; Institut für Anatomie und Embryologie, UMG; Zentrale Kustodie, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
"The International Digital Embryology Consortium, Progress Report I: The Blechschmidt Collection of Human Embryos"

07.07.17
Prof Dr. Ivan Bogeski
Institut für Physiologie u. Pathophysiologie/Institut für Herz-und Kreislaufphysiologie, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen
"Calcium and redox signaling in immunity and cancer"

 

Palaeopathology

Thursday
6:15 p.m.

Lecture Hall
Center of Anatomy

Guests are welcome!

Themen und Termine [PDF]