Seminars list

Find a seminar
All seminars Upcoming Seminars
  • Tuesday, 3rd, June 2014 - Séminaire Speaker(s) : Alexandre BAFFET (Richard Vallee Lab, Columbia University Medical Center)

    Cell cycle control of "Interkinetic Nuclear Migration" in neuronal progenitors

    In the developing neocortex, neurons are formed from the division of neuronal progenitor cells, also called Radial Glial Progenitors (RGPs). RGPs undergo a process known as Interkinetic Nuclear Migration (INM), during which their nuclei oscillate between the apical and the basal regions of the ve...

  • Monday, 16th, June 2014 - Séminaire Speaker(s) : Sergio GRINSTEIN (Cell Biology Program, The Hospital for Sick Children)

    Receptor mobility and the cytoskeleton in phagocytosis

    Clustering of immunoreceptors upon association with multivalent ligands triggers a variety of important responses including phagocytosis, secretion of cytokines and production of immunoglobulins.  Despite their importance, little is known about the mechanisms controlling immunoreceptor mobility a...

  • Tuesday, 23rd, September 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Alexandre GRASSART,

    "Dissecting the native molecular mechanisms in endocytosis"

    Endocytosis is important for plasma membrane homeostasis, modulation of signal transduction, drug delivery, pathogen entry, and nutrient uptake. Defects in endocytosis have been linked to cancer and heart disease [1]. Internalization of receptors, lipids, pathogens and other cargo at the plasma m...

  • Monday, 29th, September 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Steve ROSENFELD

    Molecular Motors and Glioblastoma

    Summary Dr. Rosenfeld started his career at the University of Alabama, Birmingham Medical School. He dedicated his medical career to brain cancer after his mother passed away from the disease in 1978. In 1995, he became director of the school's Brain Tumor Program in 1995. Under his leadership, ...

  • Monday, 29th, September 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Steve CAPLAN

    Molecular mechanisms of endocytic recycling

    The primary research interests of this lab focus on studying the molecular mechanisms regulating the recycling of cell surface proteins and other molecules back to the plasma membrane. The internalization of cell surface molecules from the plasma membrane is a critical event for all eukaryotic...

  • Tuesday, 30th, September 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Mohan BALASUBRAMANIAN

    Synthetic Cell Biology of Cytokinesis

    Mohan Balasubramanian graduated in chemistry from Madras University in India and pursued a post-graduate program in microbiology and Biotechnology in Baroda, India. He carried out his Doctoral research at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where he initiated his study of cell division in fis...

  • Tuesday, 7th, October 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Hesso FARHAN

    Regulation of Endomembrane Signaling: Implications for Cell Polarity, Tumorigenesis and Metastasis

    Biologists of the University of Konstanz decoded the function of a protein regulating cell migration in collaboration with scientists of University College Dublin (Ireland). Approximately 90 per cent of cancer deaths are caused by metastasis of cancer cells. The cellular basis for metastasis i...

  • Tuesday, 21st, October 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Emmanuel DERIVERY

    Control of directional Notch Signaling by central spindle asymmetry

    Selected publications: "Inhibitory signalling to the Arp2/3 complex steers cell migration". Nature, Nov 2013. Irene Dang, Roman Gorelik, Carla Sousa-Blin, Emmanuel Derivery, Christophe Guérin, Joern Linkner, Maria Nemethova, Julien G Dumortier, Florence A Giger, Tamara A Chipysheva, Valeria...

  • Tuesday, 28th, October 2014 - Séminaire Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : D. Brent POLK

    EGFR regulation of repair mechanisms

    D. Brent Polk, MD, is chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Los Angeles and chair of pediatrics and vice dean for Child Health at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. A distinguished researcher and clinician, Dr. Polk serves as a professor o...

  • Friday, 7th, November 2014 - Séminaire Speaker(s) : Doh Junsang

    Study on the directed migration of T cells guided by biophysical cues using microfabricated platforms

    Junsang Doh, who was working in the lab of Matthew Krummel as a post doc, using microfabricated substrates to differenciate hematopoetic cells, and has now his own lab in Seoul working mostly on cell migration, will be giving a talk on the 7th of Nov in salle Lacassagne at 10 am Title: Study...

  • Display by 10 20 50 All 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - > >>