A strong commitment to teaching

The Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research is an affiliated institute of the University of Basel. Many group leaders are professors at the University of Basel and/or are involved in diverse teaching activities. Several FMI group leaders present lecture series and laboratory courses at the university, especially in the Faculty of Science but also in the Faculty of Medicine.

Fall semester 2021:

14467-01 Developmental neuroscience (lecture) Silvia Arber
Filippo Rijli
55054-01 Basel Seminars in Neuroscience: Presentation and discussion of timely subjects with prominent neuroscientists Pico Caroni
Andreas Lüthi
15821-01 Progress in neuronal circuit research (seminar) Silvia Arber
60717-01 Progress in systems and computational neuroscience (seminar) Rainer Friedrich
61886-01 New literature in neurosciences (seminar) Rainer Friedrich
Andreas Lüthi
13186-01 Frontiers in RNA biology (lecture) Marc Bühler
Helge Grosshans
60840-01 Research in Gene Expression Control I (seminar) Marc Bühler
Project design, data interpretation, and trouble shooting I (seminar) Marc Bühler
39342-01 Progress in chromatin and epigenetic research (seminar) Antoine Peters
18367-01 Translational control and post-translational protein modification (lecture) Nicolas Thomä
(M. Hall, A. Schmidt)
61981-01 Genome Biology I (seminar) Dirk Schübeler
48662-01 Introduction to R (lecture with practical courses) Panagiotis Papasaikas
Charlotte Soneson
Michael Stadler
(& more)