Seminars and events are part of our lively scientific atmosphere and IMB regularly invites outstanding scientists to discuss their latest work. Unless otherwise stated, our seminars are open to colleagues from other institutions. Events such as conferences generally require a registration. To see which scientific events will be held at IMB in the near future, please refer to our Seminars and Events calendars on the left. Alternatively you can subscribe to one of our RSS feeds by clicking on this icon:
Are you life science graduate student or postdoc wondering what to do for the next step of your career? Then come along to the Life Sciences Career Day at IMB, Mainz on Friday 6 November.
Along with the more traditional jobs in academia and the pharmaceutical industry, modern life sciences also offer other career opportunities to life scientists. This year's Career Day will provide information on academic and research careers in biotech and the life sciences as well as the alternative career options that are increasingly available.
This event is FREE and open to all graduate students and postdocs in the life sciences and will be held in English.
Monday 9 November 2015, IMB, Mainz
The Challenges in Computational Biology workshop will bring together computational biologists based in Mainz and also the surrounding area, to present their current projects and foster possible collaborations.
Participants of the workshop will cover wide areas in the development and application of bioinformatic methods and databases in the study of the molecular aspects of disease, cell biology, genomics, genetics and biotechnology.
Speakers include: Peer Bork (EMBL, Heidelberg), Holger Fröhlich (University of Bonn), Toby Gibson (EMBL, Heidelberg), Volkhard Helms (Saarland University), Carl Hermann (DKFZ, Heidelberg), Zoltan Ivics (Paul-Ehrlich Institute), Jörg Hoheisel (DKFZ, Heidelberg), Timo Mühlhaus (Kaiserslautern University of Technology), Rob Russell (Heidelberg University)
Organisers: Miguel Andrade (JGU/IMB Mainz), Jean-Fred Fontaine (JGU/IMB Mainz)
Registration is open until 30 Oct 2015.
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Individual-nucleotide resolution UV crosslinking and immunoprecipitation (iCLIP) has recently established itself as a leading method to map the RNA interaction sites of a single protein of interest with high resolution and in a quantitative manner. The major aim of this EMBO Practical Course is to disseminate knowledge and proficiency in this technically challenging ribonomics method. Participants will be guided through the complete protocol, and introduced to bioinformatics strategies for analysis of iCLIP data. Hands-on sessions in the laboratory will be complemented by presentations from established scientists, who will share their experiences of using iCLIP to answer different biological questions.
The workshop will be held from 15-21 November 2015 at IMB, Mainz, Germany.
Please click here to register and for more information.