Research@TUM4224

Die Seminarreihe Research@TUM 4224 bietet Doktorand*innen und Postdocs die Möglichkeit, die eigene Doktorarbeit oder Wissenschaft einem größeren Publikum vorzustellen und in diesem Rahmen zu diskutieren. Dieses Format fördert darüber hinaus die Vernetzung und das Wissen über die Wissenschaft im eigenen Gebäude. Research@TUM4224 wird terminlich mit der Seminarreihe des SFB 1371 (Dienstagnachmittags 16:00, 30 Minuten Vortrag, 15 Minuten Diskussion; Moderation durch Betreuende) verknüpft.

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