RiboCORE Seminars


Thursday Jan 14th, 12 pm


Bernd Bakau Center for Molecular Biology of the University of Heidelberg 

Title: The busy life of nascent polypeptide chains: co-translational protein folding, membrane targeting and assembly

Location: BMC, C4:301

Lunch and fika will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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Thursday Feb 18th, 1:45 pm


Mike Ibba Dept. of Microbiology, The Ohio State University

Title: Translation Quality Control And the Regulation of Microbial Stress Responses

Location: BMC

Lunch and fika will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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Thursday March 17th, 12 pm


Andrei Korostelev Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Title: To be annouced

Location: BMC, C8:301

Lunch and fika will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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Thursday June 2de, 12 pm


Knud Nierhuas Max Planck Institut für molekulare Genetik

Title: To be annouced

Location: BMC, C8:301

Lunch and fika will be served in Öbrinkrummet after the seminar

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RiboCORE – From ribosome structure to bacterial physiology

The aim of RiboCORE is to through multidisciplinary studies of the ribosome gain insights and results that are not limited by the expertise of individual groups. The research is led by seven internationally recognized group leaders with expertise in computational biology, molecular biology, fast kinetics, crystallography, single molecule and single cell imaging, systems biology, molecular genetics and molecular evolution. The research is performed within a tight collaboration between groups in the departments of Cell and Molecular biology and Medical biochemistry and microbiology at BMC, Uppsala University.

RiboCORE retreats

Funding

 RiboCORE is funded by a 47.5 million SEK grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation 2011-2016.