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Mikrobiologisches Kolloquium

During the summer term 2021 the 'Microbiology Colloquium' will take place only online.

You will need to register for the talks (name and e-email address) in order to get access to the meeting. It takes only half a minute. Please find the corresponding link for the registration in the table below. After the registration you will receive the Zoom-Meeting access link via e-mail.

After the talk, all personal data will be deleted according to the data protection regulation.

For those who need a confirmation of attendance:

During the registration you will be asked if you need a confirmation. If you answer "Yes" to the question and do attend the talk, you will automatically receive the confirmation of attendance by e-mail 1-2 days after the talk.

This semester, each session consists of two short talks (20 min + 5 min discussion) that will follow each other. A confirmation of attendance will only be issued if you have attended both short talks.

Please address any organisational questions to: sekretariat.mikrobiologie@lrz.uni-muenchen.de

Talks
DateSpeakerTopicMeeting Registration Link

Di, 11.05.2021

  5:15 pm

1. Dr. Tania Henriquez

Role of RND transporters in antibiotic resistance and pyoverdine secretion in Pseudomonas spp.

https://lmu-munich.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIldu2pqT4jHNLuzWENoyn8cEX7rjscW0U5

2. Dr. Dimitar Petrov

RNA methylation in bacteria

 

Di, 08.06.2021

  5:15 pm

1. Sarasadat Naghavirad

                             

Dual signaling cascade regulates antibiotic resistance and virulence in V. parahaemolyticus 

 

2. Erick Eligio Arroyo-Pérez

Temporal regulation of Flagellum in V. parahaemolyticus

 

Di, 15.06.2021

  5:15 pm

1. Dr. Ana Gasperotti

Pyruvate uptake in Escherichia coli

2. Dr. Douglas Griffith

Evolution of structural dynamics in bilobed proteins

Di, 22.06.2021

  5:15 pm

1. Dr. Nathalie Sisattana

YpdA-YpdB-YpdC: a complex signaling system in Escherichia coli

               

2. Dr. Sophie Brameyer

                                 

    

Heterogenous activation of the acid resistance network in an E. coli population