Seminars & Courses Term 2012

11th – 12th of December, 2012 

ICA Practical FACS Course (Host Richard Weiss)

Instructor: Josefa Pichler, FACS application specialist

Becton Dickinson

3rd of December, 2012, 17:00 c.t., Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Lecture (Host Tanja Hartmann)

Title: The multiple facets of CD44 in development, tumor progression and metastasis

Veronique Orian-Rousseau, PhD

Institute of Toxicology and Genetics,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Germany

26th of November 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Seminar (Host Josef Thalhamer)

Title: The science and business of Biotechnology at Bioseutica: From scientific research and scale-up of laboratory principles to innovative Food- Feed- and Pharmaceutical applications

Martin Hintersteiner, PhD,

CSO, Bioseutica Group,
Lugano,
Switzerland

26th – 28th of November 2012 

ICA Lecture (Host Josef Thalhamer)

Title: Modern Aspects of Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry

Martin Hintersteiner, PhD,

CSO, Bioseutica Group,
Lugano,
Switzerland

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22nd – 23rd of November, 2012 

ICA Course Scientific Writing

Dr. Eva Müller (Vienna)

12th of November 2012, 17:00 Lecture Room Green (HS 403)

ICA Lecture (Host Josef Thalhamer)

Title: Myeloid Cells: Modulators of Adaptive Immune Responses

PD Uwe Ritter, PhD,

Institute of Immunology,
Germany

5th – 16th of November 2012 

ICA Lecture and Course (Host Josef Thalhamer)

Title: Characterization of B cell - T cell interactions within secondary lymphoid organs after peripheral antigen contact

PD Uwe Ritter, PhD,

Institute of Immunology,
University of Regensburg,
Germany

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29th – 30th of October, 2012 

Science Exchange - Workshop of the PhD Programs

Geographic Information Science - GIScience
Imaging the Mind – IM
Immunity in Cancer and Allergy – ICA

Bad Endorf, Germany

22nd of October 2012, 17:00 Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Course

Title: Ethical Conduct (part II)

Prof. Silja Wessler
Dept. Molecular Biology,
University of Salzburg

15th of October 2012, 17:00 Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Course

Title: Ethical Conduct (part I)

Prof. Silja Wessler
Dept. Molecular Biology,
University of Salzburg

8th of October 2012, 17:00n Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Seminar (Host Richard Weiss)

Title: Nanoparticles as carriers for antigen - a new method for needle-free vaccination?

Steffi Hansen, PhD.,

Department of Drug Delivery
Helmholtz-Institute for Pharmaceutical Research
Saarland University,
Saarbruecken, Germany

1st of October 2012, 11:15, Lecture Room 424

ICA Thesis Defensio Tekalign Eticha

Chair: Josef Thalhamer,
Disputants: Richard Weiss and Michael Wallner

1st of October 2012, 17:00 Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Seminar (Host Sandra Scheiblhofer)

Title: Metallochelating nano-liposomes as biocompatible vaccine platforms

Jaroslav Turánek, PhD

Department of Toxicology, Pharmacology and Immunotherapy
Veterinary Research Institute Brno,
Czech Republic

24th of September, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Internal Seminar

Short presentations and discussions of thesis projects

17th of September 2012, 17:00 Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Seminar (Host Angelika Stöcklinger)

Title: Mouse Models in Basic and Clinical Research

Nikos Yannoutsos, PhD

Division of Cell Biology
Medical University of Innsbruck,
Austria

10th of September, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Internal Seminar

Short presentations and discussions of thesis projects

3rd of September, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Internal Seminar

Short presentations and discussions of thesis projects

27th of August, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)

ICA Internal Seminar

Short presentations and discussions of thesis projects

13th of August, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Internal Seminar

Short presentations and discussions of thesis projects

6th of August 2012, 17:00 Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Seminar (Host Josef Thalhamer)

Title: Bacteria-mediated therapy of solid tumors

Prof. Siegfried Weiss,

Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research
Division of Molecular Biotechnology,
Braunschweig,
Germany

30th of July, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

ICA Internal Seminar  

Evelyn Hutterer, Martin Wolf and Regina Fischer
Introduction of thesis projects

23rd of July, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

ICA Internal Seminar

Christina Sternberg and Theresa Neuper
Introduction of thesis projects

16th of July, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)

ICA Internal Seminar

Sergey Gusenkov and Linda Krisch
Progress report/introduction of thesis project

9th of July, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

ICA Internal Seminar

Shihui Guo and Isabella Preiml
Introduction of thesis projects

2nd - 4th of July 2012

ICA-Symposium 2012 

Organized by ICA, supported by the Priority Program “BioScience and Health” and the Departments of Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Organismic Biology of the University of Salzburg 

Plenary talks

Roland Weinberger, Institute of Astrophysics, Innsbruck, Austria
Bill Richardson, US Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center, USA
Chris Grant, University of Manchester, UK
Ulrich Förstermann, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany

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25th of June, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Internal Seminar

Claudia Asam and Chloé Ackaert
Thesis project - progress reports

21st of June 2012, 10:15, Lecture Room 421

ICA Seminar (Host Fatima Ferreira)

Title: New findings of antiallergenic agent from Korean traditional medicine

Prof. Mirim Jin,

College of Oriental Medicine,
Daejeon University,
Korea

18th of June 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Internal Seminar

Lisa Weilnböck and Lukasz Cegielkowski
Thesis project - progress reports

14th of June, 2012, 11:00 c.t., Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

ICA Seminar (Host Silja Wessler)

Title: Complexities of human cancer cell signalling - Molecular diversity of tumours and signal processing

Stephan M. Fellner PhD,

Biological Systems Architecture Group,
Department of Oncology,
Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine,
John Radcliffe Hospital,
Oxford University, UK

11th of June, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

ICA Internal Seminar

Susanne Wolkerstorfer
Thesis project - progress report

8th of June, 2012, 9:30, Lecture Room 434 

ICA Thesis Defensio Esther Weinberger

Chair: Josef Thalhamer,
Disputants: Fatima Ferreira and Geja Oostingh

4th of June 2012, 17:00 c.t., Lecture Room Green (HS 403)

ICA Seminar (Host Tamara Girbl)

Title: Peeking into secret life of neutrophils  

Lai Guan Ng PhD,

Singapore Immunology Network,
Singapore

14th of May 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

Meeting with new ICA student members and associated member candidates

23th of May 2012, 16:00, Lecture Room 421  

ICA Seminar (Host Angelika Stöcklinger)  

Title: Towards predictable expression - rational design of cell and mouse models

Dagmar Wirth PhD,

Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research,
Braunschweig, Germany

9th of May, 2012, 16:00, Audi Max (HS 401)  

Inaugural lecture of the new ICA faculty member

Prof. Silja Wessler

7th of May, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

ICA Seminar (Host Josef Thalhamer)

Title: Ethical conduct in basic and clinical research

Prof. Richard Greil MD,

Laboratory for Molecular and Immunological Cancer Research (LIMCR)
Salzburg, Austria

9th - 10th of March, 2012, 9:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403) 

Hearing of candidates for ICA round II

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5th of March, 2012, 17:00, Lecture Room Green (HS 403)  

ICA Info-Meeting

Students in the late phase of their PhD thesis and alumni meet for discussion

1st and 2nd of February 2012

ICA-Symposium

Organized by ICA, supported by the Priority Program “BioScience and Health” and the Department of Molecular Biology of the University of Salzburg

detailed program

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