The Kjeldgaard Lecture series is a series of lectures by internationally renowned scientists in all fields of genetics and molecular, structural and cellular biology. The lecture series is organised by the Seminar Committee at the department.
Nils Stein, Genomics of Genetic Resources, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Germany
Title: Genebank genomics and pangenome analysis in barley to make barley di-versity accessible at species’ scale
Elena Conti, Structural Cell Biology Department, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Munich
Title: To degrade or not to degrade: a structural biology perspective of RNA homeostasis
Björn Schumacher, Institute for Genome Stability in Aging and Disease, Faculty of Medicine, University of Cologne
Title: Genome Stability in aging and inheritance: new insights from C. elegans
Professor Helen Walden
Molecular Biosciences, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Title: Regulation of DNA repair by monoubiquitin signals
Professor Alexander Stark
Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Campus-Vienna-Biocenter 1, Austria.
Title: Decoding transcriptional regulation
The lecture series was named after the founder of the department Niels Ole Kjeldgaard (1926-2006).