The Colloquium is dedicated to one of the central research topics at the IRI each semester. Renowned international scientists and IRI research groups present their current work on these themes.
Dates: First Thursday of every month
Time: 4 PM
Place: IRI for the Life Sciences, Philippstr. 13, Michaelis Building (No. 18)
Maud Menten Hall (3rd floor)
- Nov 3rd: Wolfgang Miller "Unorthodox transmission modes of endosymbionts in hybrids and the symbiotic origin of speciation"
- Dec 1st: Peer Bork "Metagenomic analysis of the human gut and the ocean”
- Jan 12th: Thomas Bosch "The Holobiont Imperative: Perspectives from Early Emerging Animals"
- Feb 2nd: Eugene Chang - "The microbial basis of host energy balance and metabolic health"
- Mar 2nd: Kiran Patil - "Uncovering Metabolic and Xeno-metabolic Interactions in Microbial Communities"
- Apr 6th: Kevin Theis - "Medicine through a hologenomic lens"