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12月
16
2016
Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and Systems Biology Course Meeting
12月 16 @ 17:00 – 19:00
1月
27
2017
Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and Systems Biology Course Meeting
1月 27 @ 17:00 – 19:00
2月
3
2017
Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and Systems Biology Course Meeting
2月 3 @ 17:00 – 19:00
2月
4
2017
Perspectives of Genome Editing in Food & Agricultural Sectors
2月 4 @ 10:00 – 12:00
2月
20
2017
Cilia life cycle links to cell cycle
2月 20 @ 17:00 – 18:00
3月
24
2017
Cellular Senescence Inside and Out
3月 24 @ 16:30 – 17:30
4月
27
2017
Seminar regarding DNA combing
4月 27 @ 10:30 – 12:00

・Date 27th April, 2017

・Time 10:30〜12:00

・Place Rm A, 2nd Floor, Bldg G, South Campus, Kyoto University

Dr. Aaron Bensimon
Founder, President, CEO of Genomic Vision
Co-inventor of Molecular Combing Technology
Degree in Molecular Biology; PhD of Weizmann Institute
Head of Genomic Stability Univ at the Pasteur Institute

Dr. Aaron Bensimon is one of the pioneers who have developed and utilized “molecular combing technique” in genome researches.
His seminar will be held as attached.

Seminar regarding DNA combing

5月
19
2017
Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and Systems Biology Course Meeting
5月 19 @ 17:00 – 19:00

Time and Date 17:00~19:00,  5/19(Fri)

Place  Memorial Hall*
*The memorial hall, pale green building, locates next to the
  medical library. The entrance is the back side of the memorial hall.

When and how is memory consolidated?;
The molecular and neural bases in
Drosophila.
Prof. Yukinori Hirano
Associate professor
Kyoto University Graduate school of Medicine

Network analysis of exploratory behaviors of
mice in the spatial learning and memory task
Yusuke Suzuki
Assistant professor
Kyoto University Graduate school of Medicine

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3月
6
2019
17th International Student Seminar
3月 6 @ 09:00 – 3月 7 @ 19:00

Sprinting on the Frontier of Biology
Are you ready?

The International Student Seminar offers you an opportunity to give a talk on the stage where Nobel laureates have also stood and obtain feedback from Kyoto Univ. and outside judges.On the evening of March 7th we will have a party with invited guests and colleagues. Outstanding speakers will get an award from the committee.

On March 11th , we will have a Career Development session, and you will gain insights on success stories from Kyoto Univ. alumni both in academia and industry .

Schedule
Talk session – March 6-7th ,2019
Career Development session – March 11-12th ,2019

For more details, visit the 17th ISS webpage:
http://www.17thiss.lif.kyoto-u.ac.jp

3月
26
2019
The Actin Cytoskeleton Helps Neurons Survive Stroke: a Novel Protective Molecular Pathway in Cellular Edema
3月 26 @ 16:00 – 17:30

Date: March 26, 4 PM

Shelley Halpain

Professor

Division of Biological Sciences

UC San Diego

Title of the talk: The Actin Cytoskeleton Helps Neurons Survive Stroke:  a Novel Protective Molecular Pathway in Cellular Edema

Language to be used: English

Room: 103, Science Frontier Laboratory Building

Short description of the talk: Neurons exposed to hypoxia hyperactivate glutamate receptors, which leads to loss of membrane potential, cell swelling, and oncosis.  Dr. Halpain will describe a neuronal pro-survival mechanism whereby the actin cytoskeleton is rapidly reorganized in dendrites in response to glutamate receptor hyperactivation.

Halpain Seminar flyer

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