Research@TUM4224

The seminar series Research@TUM 4224 offers doctoral students* and postdocs the opportunity to present their own doctoral thesis or science to a larger audience and to discuss it in this setting. This format also promotes networking and knowledge about science in one's own building. Research@TUM4224 is scheduled in conjunction with the seminar series of the SFB 1371 (Tuesday afternoons 16:00, 30 minutes lecture, 15 minutes discussion; moderated by supervisors).

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Past lectures in 2022

Exploring the role of the gut microbiota during early life development

18.01.2022 | 4 pm
Prof. Dr. Lindsay Hall

Venue:
virtual
Members of the Research@TUM4224 receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at geschaeftsstelle.ziel@tum.de

Of mice and Popeye - microbial sulfur metabolism in the gut

01.02.2022 | 4 pm
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Loy


University of Vienna
Centre for Microbiology and Environmental Systems Science
Division of Microbial Ecology

Venue:
virtual
CRC1371 members receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at sfb1371.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Bärbel Stecher

Paper presentation organized by PhD candidates

Microbe-host-immune interactions at the gut mucosal-luminal interface

15.02.2022 | 4 pm
Dr. rer. nat. Jianbo Zhang

Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences
University of Amsterdam

Venue:
virtual
CRC1371 members receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at sfb1371.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Paper presentation organized by PhD candidates
Esther Wortmann
Alexandra von Strempel

Host-microbiome interactions in the context of recent human evolution

22.02.2022 | 4 pm
Mathieu Groussin, PhD and/or Mathilde Poyet, PhD

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America

Venue:
virtual
CRC1371 members receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at sfb1371.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Thomas Clavel

Will take place at a later date

08.03.2022 | 4 pm

Venue:
virtual
Members of the Research@TUM4224 receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at geschaeftsstelle.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Prof. Skurk

Mitochondrial perturbation of the epithelium causes microbial dysbiosis

05.04.2022 | 4 pm
Elisabeth Urbauer, PhD

Chair of Nutrition and Immunology
Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller

Venue:
virtual
Members of the Research@TUM4224 receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at geschaeftsstelle.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller
Chair of Nutrition and Immunology

On the limitations of cancer subtyping with gene expression signatures

17.05.2022 | 4 pm
Manuela Lautizi, PhD

Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics
Institute of General and Surgical Pathology

Venue:
virtual
Members of the Research@TUM4224 receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at geschaeftsstelle.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Dr. Markus List
Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics

Regulation of metabolic health by delta-9 desaturases

31.05.2022 | 4 pm
Harini Sampath, Ph.D.


Assistant Professor, Departrment of Nutritional Sciences
Director of Lipidomics, New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA

Venue:
virtual
CRC1371 members receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at sfb1371.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Janssen

Altered lipid metabolism in ATF6-mediated colon tumorigenesis

28.06.2022 | 4 pm
Miriam Ecker, PhD

Chair of Nutrition and Immunology
Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller

Venue:
virtual
Members of the Research@TUM4224 receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at geschaeftsstelle.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller
Chair of Nutrition and Immunology

Food & You: Pilot study tracking dietary intake, physical activity, blood glucose levels, and gut microbiota in healthy volunteers

19.07.2022 | 4 pm
Sebastian Gimpfl, M.Sc.

AG Public Health Nutrition

Venue:
virtual
Members of the Research@TUM4224 receive link in advance. Other interested persons, please request link at geschaeftsstelle.ziel@tum.de

Host:
Prof. Dr. Kurt Gedrich