Seminars

2016

Date

Location

Speaker

Title

Host/Sponsor

23.02.16

Biophysics, Bldg. 1185, Rm 132 Time 14.00

Silke Härteis         University of Erlangen, Germany

Pathophysiological implications of TRPV4 regulation by protease-activated receptor 2 (PAR2)

Helle Prætorius Øhrwald

07.12.16

AIAS Auditorium Building 1632, room 132

David Penton Ribas    University of Zurich, Switzerland

Extracellular K+ controls NCC phosphorylation in native DCTs by CI dependent and independent mechanisms 

 

Mads Vaarby Sørensen 

2015

Date

Location

Speaker

Title

Host/Sponsor

29.01.15

Aud 6, bldg. 1170 Time 12.15

Raimund Dutzler         University of Zürich, Switzerland

Structural basis for Ca2+-activation in TMEM16 chloride channels and lipid scramblases

Poul Nissen 

19.09.15

Lille Auditorium, Rm 424, Anatomy Bldg. 1231       Time 14.00 

Ewout Hoorn         Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, Netherland  

Urinary extracellular vesicles: small but mighty 

 

Robert Fenton 

2014

Date

Location

Speaker

Title

Host/Sponsor

24.03.14

Lille Auditorium, Rm 424, Anatomy Bldg. 1231       Time 14.00

Brian Harvey PhD       Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin

 

Estrogen Regulation of Epithelial Ion Transport in Health and Disease 

Robert Fenton 

29.04.14 

Meeting Rm 101, Bldg. 1182      Time 10.00 

Olga Tarasova    Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

The effects of AMPK activation in rat small arteries: organ specificity and possible mechanisms 

Vladimir Matchkov 

20.05.14 

Auditorium 6, Bldg. 1170     Time 13.00 

Timo van den Berg University of Amsterdam, Holland 

Potentiating antibody therapy against cancer by targeting CD47-SIRPalpha interactions 

Søren K. Moestrup 

26.05.14 

Meeting room, Bldg. 1182      Time 14.00 

Boris V. Skryabin   Westfalian Wilhelms-University, Münster, Germany 

New technologies in transgenic mice generation 

Vladimir Matchkov 

04.06.14 

Meeting room 101, Bldg. 1182      Time 14.00 

Carlos Flores           Centro de Estudios Cientificos, Valdivia, Chile 

Cystic fibrosis. Beyond the epithelial chloride transport defect 

Jens Leipziger 

26.06.14 

Auditorium room 135, Bartholin Building 1241   Time 10.00

Olivier Staub PhD    University of Lausanne, Switzerland 

The role of ubiquitylation and phosphorylation in the control of sodium and potassium homeostasis by the kidney 

Robert Fenton 

19.08.14 

Meeting room 132, Building 1185 Time: 12.45

Xialou Zhao          Wuhan University, China

How to use mass spectroscopy for determination of posttranslational modifications and for determination of molecular complexes 

Christian Aalkjær 

20.10.14 

Lille Auditorium, Rm 424, Bldg. 1231                 Time: 13.00 

Volker Vallon          University of California San Diego, USA 

The tubular hypothesis of glomerular filtration and nephropathy in diabetes 

Robert Fenton 

05.11.14 

Fysiologisk Aud., Bldg. 1162-013  Time: 13.30 

Steven Karlish     Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel 

Activation, inhibition or stabilization of Na,K-ATPase caused by distinct lipid interactions 

Bente Vilsen 

12.12.14

DNC-building meeting room 5th floor                 Time: 10.15 

Henrik Dimke       Department of Cardiovascular and Renal Research, SDU 

Loss of Tubulovascular Cross-Talk by VEGFA promotes Capillary Rarefaction in the Kidney 

Sebastian Frische 

13.01.15 

The conference room (3130-303) Gustav Wieds Vej 10C                Time: 11.15-12.00 

S.R. Wayne Chen University of Calgary, Canada 

The ryanodine receptor store-sensing gate controls Ca2+waves and Ca2+-triggered arrhythmias 

Claus Olesen 

29.01.14 

Auditorium 6, bldg. 1170     Time: 12.15 - 13.00 

Raimund Dutzler      University of Zürich, Switzerland 

Structural basis for Ca2+-activation in TMEM16 chloride channels and lipid scramblases 

Poul Nissen 

2013

Date

Location

Speaker

Title

Host/Sponsor

24.01.13

"Studenterlæsesalen" Bartholin building 1241, room 211   Time: 13.00-14.00

Dr. Marieta Ruseva     Imperial College,  London, UK

Renal diseases associated with complement dysregulation and animal models 

Steffen Thiel

25.01.13

"Studenterlæsesalen" Bartholin building 1241, room 211   Time: 12.00-13.00

Dr. Martin Kolev        King´s College London, Guys´ Hospital, UK 

Role of complement in Th1 cell responses and virus defence 

Steffen Thiel 

5.02.13

Physiology building 1160 "Frokoststue" Time: 15.00-16.00 

Stephen Keely              Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 

Bile acids as new targets for treating intestinal transport disorders 

Rob Fenton 

26.02.13

Physiology building 1163 "Frokoststue" Time: 15.15-16.00

Thomas Günther-Pomorski                  Dept. of Plant Biology and Biotechnology / Section for Transport Biology, KU

Regulation and Significance of Lipid Assymetry in Cellular Membranes

Yasser Mahmmoud

30.05.13

Kollekvierummet ground floor, building 1231, Wilhelm Meyers Allé 3.                  Time: 13.00-14.00

Jennifer Carlton  University of Virginia, VA

Prematurity to Chronic Kidney Disease: A Role for Megalin? 

Rikke Nielsen 

25.07.13 

Meeting room 101 building 1182     Time 10.00 

Olga Tarasova    Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Specific alterations of smooth muscle and endothelium in small renal arteries of type 1 diabetic rats 

Vladimir Matchkov 

20.09.13 

The Library, building 1170, Ole Worms Alle 3.             Time: 11.15-12.00 

Lubka Roumenina        Inserm U872-Cordelliers Research Centre in Paris, France

Heme as a modulator of the complement activation 

Gregers Rom Andersen 

26.09.13 

"Studenterlæsesalen" Bartholin building 1241, room 211 Time: 11.00 

Nicole Thielsen        Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble, France 

Recent insights into the function of human complement component C1q 

Steffen Thiel 

31.10.13 

M Auditorium, Nørrebrogade 44, building 3, 2nd floor. Time: 13.00 

David S. Rosenblatt    McGill University, Quebec, Canada 

Discovering New Genes in the Vitamin B12 and Folate Pathway Using Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)-a RaDiCAL approach 

Ebba Nexø 

05.11.13 

The conference room (3130-303), 3. floor, Gustav Wieds Vej 10C.    Time: 10.15-11.00

Hans Hebert             Karolinska Institute, Sweden 

Structural studies of eicosanoid and glutathione metabolism proteins and larger complexes 

Poul Nissen 

15.11.13 

"Læsesalen", Bartholin building 1241, room 211. Time: 9.15-10.00      

Dirk J. Slotboom       University of Groningen, The Nederlands 

Structure and dynamics of glutamate transporters 

Poul Nissen 

22.11.13 

Aud D1, bldg. 1531, Dept. of Mathematics        Time: 11.15

 

Karin Dumstrei         EMBO Senior Editor 

The EMBO Journal - a behind the scenes look at scientific publishing 

Rune Hartmann/Søren Paludan 

02.12.13 

Lille Auditorium, Rm 424, Anatomy bldg 1231. Time: 13.30 

Michael J Caplan 

Yale School of Medicine, USA

Playing in Traffic: Novel Signaling and Trafficking Mechanisms in Epithelial Cells 

Robert A. Fenton 

Jens Leipziger: leip@fi.au.dk , +45 87167731, 60202760 (13.09.12)