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301902 VO Model systems and concepts in stem cell biology and regeneration (2022S)

2.00 ECTS (1.00 SWS), SPL 30 - Biologie
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Registration/Deregistration

Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

Details

max. 50 participants
Language: English

Examination dates

Lecturers

Classes

Generally, lectures will be held from 3-4:30pm
Dates:

Wed April 6 15:00 :: Uli TECHNAU :: Neuronal stem cells in basal metazoans
Wed April 13 -- no lecture (UniVie Easter break)
Wed April 20 -- no lecture (UniVie Easter break)
Wed April 27 15:00 :: Florian RAIBLE :: Neuronal stem cells and regeneration in protostomes
Wed May 4 – no lecture
Wed May 11 15:00 :: Frank EDENHOFER :: Reprogramming neural cells
Wed May 18 15:00 :: Jürgen KNOBLICH :: Cerebral organoids
Wed May 25 15:00 :: Elly TANKA :: Regeneration in vertebrates
Wed June 1 15:00 :: Gaia NOVARINO :: Neuronal stem cells and neurodevelopmental disorders
Wed June 8 – TBD
Wed June 15 15:00 :: Noelia URBAN :: Adult neural stem cells
Wed June 22 15:00 :: Simon HIPPENMEYER :: Neural stem cell lineage progression
Wed June 29 16:30 :: Arndt von HAESELER :: Bioinformatic analyses of neuronal stem cell biology

Link to the lectures:
SFB Lecture Series 2022 – Wednesdays 15.00
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84459367379?pwd=KzlZclhka1ZCakdCNlF6K1BEZGdOQT09
Meeting ID: 844 5936 7379
Passcode: 551916


Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

This lecture series introduces into classical and modern concepts of stem cell biology, and will cover a spectrum of model systems ranging from basal animals to the development of organoid systems. The lecture series targets Masters students and PhD students interested in stem cell biology and regeneration, and also offers the opportunity to get deeper insight into the various facets of stem cell biology research in Vienna.
Language: English

Please note: This term, we also offer a literature seminar that allows to deepen the topics of this lecture series: 301278-1 SE Journal Club IV (2020S) (Stem Cell Biology: Evolutionary, developmental and pathological dimensions). Participation is optional, but dates are matched to be compatible with the lecture series.

Lecture Series Stem Cell Biology SS 2020

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15:00- max. 16:30

SECTION I :: PLURIPOTENCY AND EARLY COMMITMENT IN MAMMALIAN EMBRYOLOGY

18.03.20 :: Martin Leeb :: Early pluripotency in the mouse model
08.04.20 :: Christa Bücker :: Early pluripotency in humans
15.04.20 :: Paulina Latos :: Early fate decisions in mammals / trophoblast stem cells
27.04.20 :: Mark Wossidlo :: Epigenetic reprogramming in early mammalian development

SECTION II :: STEM CELLS AND LINEAGE COMMITMENT IN MAMMALIAN DEVELOPMENT

May 6 :: Sasha Mendjan :: Germ layer formation and mesoderm
May 13 :: Bon-Kyoung Koo :: Intestinal stem cells
May 20 :: Meinrad Busslinger :: Hematopoeitic stem cells
May 27 :: Hannes Zuber

SECTION III :: STEM CELLS IN REPROGRAMMING AND REGENERATION
Uli Elling :: Reprogramming and transdifferentiation of mammalian cells
Elly Tanaka :: Stem cells in vertebrate regeneration
Uli Technau :: Stem cells in basal metazoans (sponges, cnidarians)
Florian Raible :: Stem cells in planarian and annelid regeneration

Assessment and permitted materials

Final exam - multiple choice, few open questions

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Examination topics

Questions will cover all parts of the lecture series (see goals and content section)

Reading list


Association in the course directory

MMEI III, MGE III-1, WZB

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