The Institute organizes three types of seminars on a regular basis:
- The IBB Seminar Series – we meet every Tuesday, the speakers are invited guests or IBB researchers
- The PhD Students’ Seminars – we meet every second Thursday, doctoral students are the speakers
- Scientific Fridays – we meet once per month, young researchers with a doctoral degree present their results
The language of this series is English. Talks are given either by invited guests or by IBB researchers. The seminars are open to everybody. They take place either on-line (ZOOM) or in person in the Prof. Wacław Gajewski Auditorium – there are no hybrid meetings. Each talk is scheduled for up to 40 minutes plus 20 minutes of discussion. The seminars are on Tuesdays, usually at 9:30 am, see schedule for details.
- In order to participate in the on-line seminars, you must register (registration is valid for the whole season 2023/2024)
- Participation in seminars held in person in the Prof. Wacław Gajewski Auditorium does not require registration.
For participants of on-line seminars:
When you join the meeting, please turn off your microphone and camera. During the discussion it will be possible to ask questions both by a text option (chat) and personally (microphone). Before you join the meeting, please read the GDPR (RODO) agreement.
For more information about the IBB Seminar Series and registration contact: email@example.com
|09:30||Dr Miguel Montez-Mariano-Coelho||Dynamic chromatin processes help plants respond to the environment||Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, UK||Roman Szczęsny|
|09:30||IBB Scientific Session and IBB DAY||Program||Program|
|17-10-2023||09:30||no seminar||no seminar||no seminar||no seminar|
|09:30||Prof. Mark Banfield||Engineering plant NLR immune receptors for resistance to blast disease||Plant Health Programme Lead, John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, UK||Magdalena Krzymowska|
|31-10-2023||09:30||no seminar||no seminar||no seminar||no seminar|
|09:30||Dr Anna Marusiak||Mixed-Lineage Kinases – their role in cancer progression and mechanisms of resistance to cancer therapies||The International Institute of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines Polish Academy of Sciences||Iwona Fijałkowska|
|09:30||Prof. Matthias Sipiczki||Genome chimerisation and reticulate evolution: challenges to molecular reconstruction of fungal phylogenesis and taxonomy||Department of Genetics and Applied Microbiology, University of Debrecen, Hungary||Adrianna Skoneczna|
|09:30||Prof. dr hab. Andrzej Dziembowski||TBA, Career Development Series||TBA||Roman Szczęsny
|09:30||Prof. Michal Sharon||Beyond Ubiquitin: The Autonomous Power of the 20S Proteasome in Protein Degradation||Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel||Justyna McIntyre|
|09:30||Dr Filip Stefaniak||Bioinformatics methods in the study of RNA interactions with small-molecule ligands||International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw, Poland||Iwona Fijałkowska|
In this series, the talks are given by PhD students. The seminars are held in English, in the Wacław Gajewski Auditorium (in person). Each talk takes up to 20 minutes with 5 minutes of discussion, and during one meeting there are usually two talks scheduled. The meetings are every second Thursday, they are open and everyone is welcome to join.
After the discussions, all PhD students are asked to stay and chat with the speakers (up to 20 minutes additionally).
This initiative has been put forward by young researchers with a doctoral degree: its purpose is to facilitate the exchange of experiences and to discuss research that is currently ongoing at the Institute. The meetings are closed – they are meant only for members of the IBB community. During the talks, unpublished data and ongoing projects are presented and discussed.
The meetings begin at 2:30 pm, in the Prof. Zagórski-Ostoja Seminar Room. Usually, two 20-minute talks are given at each meeting. Afterwards, you are invited for a “Happy Hour”. For more information contact: Dr Katarzyna Jonak and Dr Somayeh Shahmoradi Ghahe.