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Mar 03, 2017 ***Basel Seminars in Neuroscience - exceptionally on a Friday! ***
A neural circuit that regulates cortical state and enhances plasticity
(Basel Seminars in Neuroscience)
Michael Stryker, Center for Integrative Neuroscience, USCF, San Francisco, USA
11.30
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 13, 2017 Cortical representation of fear learning (FMI Thesis Presentation)
Elisabeth Meyer
14.00
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 14, 2017 Cell size control (Quantitative Biology Seminar Series )
Jan Skotheim, Department of Biology, Stanford University, CA, USA
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11.00
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 16, 2017 Part of the Basel Worm Meeting 2017
Genome architecture and transcription regulation in C. elegans
(Seminar)
Julie Ahringer, The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge, UK
(Sandwiches)
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13:00
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 16, 2017 Part of the Basel Worm Meeting 2017
Towards a mechanism of epigenetic inheritance
(Seminar)
Eric Greer, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
(Apéro)
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15.45
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 22, 2017 Clonal origin and stem cell hierarchy in chronic leukemias (Seminar)
Radek Skoda, University of Basel
16.00
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 23, 2017 How to launch a university spin-off into a biotech company (FMI Student Career Seminar)
Stephen Emmerth, Senior Manager Biotech, BaselArea.swiss
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15.00
FMI
Room 530 
Mar 30, 2017 How does the brain generate behavioral sequences? (Basel Seminars in Neuroscience)
Michael Long, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, USA
11.30
FMI
Room 530
 
Mar 31, 2017 Single cell and community behaviors in pancreas development and pancreatic organoids (Seminar)
Anne Grapin-Botton, The Danish Stem Cell Center, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Danmark
09:30
FMI
Room 530
 
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