SymbNET Online Seminars

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Resource competition regulates the cnidarian-algal symbiosis.

Nils Raedecker – Laboratory for Biological Geochemistry, EPFL-UNIL, Switzerland

21.04.2022

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Open technologies for Super-Resolution and Machine Learning in BioImaging.

Ricardo Henriques – Optical Cell Biology Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

21.04.2022

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The maintenance of avirulence in Toxoplasma gondii.

Jonathan Howard – Host-Pathogen Co-evolution Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

17.03.2022

Short-range quorum sensing controls horizontal gene transfer at micron scale in bacterial communities

Jordi Van Gestel – University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), US

17.03.2022

Bees & Corals: Microbial insights from diverse model systems

Waldan Kwong – Microbial Genomics and Symbiosis Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

17.02.2022

 

Quantifying gut microbiota contribution to the host metabolism of medical drugs and dietary compounds.

Maria Zimmermann-Kogadeva – Multi-omics-based modelling of microbial ecosystems Lab, EMBL, Germany 

17.02.2022

 

Dietary factors license host-microbe interactions at the intestinal barrier

Philip Rosenstiel – Systems Immunology Lab, IKMB, Kiel University, Germany 

20.01.2022

Induction of immune responses by surveillance of homeostasis perturbations

Luís Moita – Innate Immunity and Inflammation Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

16.12.2021

 

Bacteria and their mobile elements: how networks of shifting interactions drive genome evolution

Eduardo Rocha – Microbial Evolutionary Genomics Lab, Institut Pasteur, France

26.11.2021

 

On How The Loss Of A Glycan Shaped Primate Evolution

Miguel Soares – Inflammation Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

21.10.2021

 

Eco-evolutionary dynamics in a small bacterial community

Sara Mitri – Evolutionary Ecology of Microbial Communities, University of Lausanne (UNIL), Switzerland

30.09.2021

 

A new way to analyse DNA methylation: move over bisulfite

Vladimir Benes – Genomics Core Facility, EMBL, Germany

26.08.2021

 

Spontaneous body wall contractions shape and stabilize the symbiotic microbiota in Hydra

Thomas Bosch – Cell and Developmental Biology Lab, Kiel University (CAU), Germany

16.07.2021

Broadening our genomic knowledge of the human microbiome

Rob Finn – Microbiome Informatics Group, EMBL-EBI, UK

17.06.2021

Searching for the reason of virus susceptibility from Cotton rat genome

Jingtao Lilue – Bioinformatics Unit, FCG-IGC, Portugal

17.06.2021

Manipulation of Bacterial Quorum Sensing in the Mammalian Gut Microbiota

Karina Xavier – Bacteria Signalling Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

20.05.2021

 

Functional genomics of the endosymbiont Wolbachia

Luís Teixeira – Host-Microorganism Interactions Lab, FCG-IGC, Portugal

22.04.2021

 

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Updated on 13 may 2022