Seminars Cancer, Stem cells & Developmental biology PhD program
The graduate school Cancer, Stem cells & Developmental biology (CS&D) has an extensive seminar program. In principle every Thursday at 16.00 hours a CS&D seminar is scheduled at the Hubrecht Institute, Ted Peek auditorium.
Full seminar program at CS&D website
Hubrecht seminar took place on 30 June 2015
Huib Ovaa, Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI)
Development and use of ubiquitin-based reagents
Hubrecht seminar took place on 23 March 2015
Prof. Tom Becker, University of Sydney Medical School, Sydney, Australia
Transcriptional gene regulation: from genome evolution to human non-coding variation in Mendelian and polygenic disorders.
Hubrecht seminar took place on 17 December 2014
Marvin Tanenbaum, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Dept. of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, University of California, San Francisco
Reshaping the proteome for cell division
Hubrecht Seminar took place on 3 October 2014
Kari Alitalo, Wihuri Research Institute and Translational Cancer Biology Program, Faculty of Medicine, University of Helsinki
Winner of the 2014 Dr. A.H. Heineken Prize
Mechanistic and translational studies of vascular growth factors
Hubrecht Seminar took place on 23 May 2014
Chris Van Oevelen, Center for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona
Mechanistic insights into C/EBPalpha induced lineage conversion of B cell into macrophages.
Hubrecht Seminar took place on 26 September 2013
Jop Kind, Netherlands Cancer Institute
Single-cell dynamics of genome nucleair lamina interactions
30 years of Wnt signaling
27 June-1 July 2012 | This conference celebrated the 30th anniversary of the identification of
Wnt-1. It brought together researchers who founded the field and the young scientists who will be responsible for its future.
Zebrafish: an animal model in biomedical research
14-15 November 2011 |
workshop was organized by Prof. Stefan Schulte-Merker. The international participants (83 from outside the Netherlands) commented very positively about the program and encouraged further workshops.
Poster and program
Workshop on nuclear ctructure and gene expression
Workshop on technology transfer