セミナー / 細胞膜フォーラム

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2012年

May 8, 2012
Prof. Xiaoliang Sunney Xie Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University The 109th iCeMS Seminar, CeMI Seminar Series 30
March 31, 2012
Prof. Dr. Martin Lohse Department of Pharmacology University of Würzburg The 105th iCeMS Seminar, CeMI Seminar Series 29

2011年

September 24, 2011
Dr. Helge Ewers Group of optical methods in neuronal cell biology Laboratory of Physical Chemistry at the Chemistry Department The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) The 90th iCeMS Seminar, CeMI Seminar Series 28
September 22, 2011
Karel Svoboda, Ph.D. Janelia Farm Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, U.S.A. The 89th iCeMS Seminar, CeMI Seminar Series 27, Leica Scientific Forum Kyoto
June 27, 2011
The 83rd iCeMS seminar

 

<Part 1: 9:00–9:45>
“How do membrane proteins become raftophilic?”
Max Planck Institute of Cell Biology and Genetics (Dresden)
 
<Part 2: 9:45–10:30>
“Molecular mechanisms of myelination in the central nervous system”
Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine (Göttingen)
Department of Neurology, University of Göttingen
 
<Part 3: 10:50–11:35>
“Mechanisms of membrane bending and scission in clathrin-independent endocytosis”
Institut Curie
 
<Part 4: 11:35-12:20>
“New insights into the formation and function of caveolae”
Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland
 
Venue
Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1
June 20, 2011
Prof. Nils G. Walter Department of Chemistry Single Molecule Analysis Group University of Michigan Scientists Watching Action Movies: Real-Time Single Molecule Fluorescence Imaging of Natural and Engineered Nucleic Acid Nanomachines

 

Roof Terrace, 5th Floor of the East Bldg.
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University

March 17, 2011
Prof. Simon Davis Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford The T-cell surface: composition, organization, receptor triggering

Roof Terrace, 5th Floor of the East Bldg.
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University

March 2, 2011
Assoc. Prof. György Vereb Department of Biophysics and Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen ErbB receptor tyrosine kinase interactions: from the microscopic data to clinical relevance

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1 

March 2, 2011
Dr. István Ábrahám Centre for Neuroendocrinology & Department of Physiology, University of Otago, New Zealand Non-classical action of estrogen in the brain: from neurons to single molecules

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1 

2010年

November 27, 2010
Christian Soeller, Ph.D. Department of Physiology, University of Auckland Advanced Imaging Approaches to Investigate Cardiac Structure and Function at the Nano-Scale
The First Meeting Room, First Floor of the West Building, Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University
November 27, 2010
Ivan Robert Nabi, Ph.D. Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences, University of British Columbia Endoplasmic Reticulum Domains: Degradation, Stress and Mitochondrial Coupling

The First Meeting Room, First Floor of the West Building, Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University

November 26, 2010
Prof. Dr. John Gurdon The Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge Nuclear reprogramming by eggs and oocytes is a determinative process

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1

2009年

December 9, 2009
Dr. Jonathon Howard Director and Group Leader, Max Plank Institute of Molecular Cell Biology & Genetics Molecular control of cellular size: Microtubule length regulation by the depolymerase kinesin-8

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1

December 9, 2009
Dr. Hans Oberleithner Professor, Institute of Physiology II, University Münster Nanomechanics of Vascular Endothelium

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1

November 27, 2009
Dr. Shimon Weiss, Professor Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) , University of California Los Angeles Multiscale, Superresolved, Ultrasensitive Optical Molecular Imaging

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1

October 23, 2009
Assistant Professor Jacco van Rheenen, Ph.D. Hubrecht Institute, Developmental Biology and Stem Cell Research Cofilin-mediated actin remodeling is important for migration and metastasis of mammary carcinoma cells
October 23, 2009
Assistant Professor Dinah Loerke, Ph.D. Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Denver Correlative intensity timecourse analysis in endocytosis

The 1st meeting room of the west building (first floor), Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences

September 28, 2009
Prof. Takeharu Nagai Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University. Nikon Imaging Techno-Lab Fluorescent Imaging Seminar #1 (2009) " Imaging of Living Cells "

Visualization of Cellular Functions and Dynamics by the Smart Use of Fluorescent Proteins
Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1

September 28, 2009
Mr. Yoshiro Oikawa Instruments Company, Nikon corporation Nikon Imaging Techno-Lab Fluorescent Imaging Seminar #1 (2009) " Imaging of Living Cells "

Ultrafast Laser Confocal Microscope for Live-Cell Imaging
Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1

September 24, 2009
Prof. YAP, Alpha Head, Division of Molecular Cell Biology, Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland Making contacts: cadherins, signaling and the cytoskeleton

Conference Room, 4F of the East Building, Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences

September 16, 2009
Dr. Gero Miesenböck Waynflete Professor of Physiology, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Oxford University Lighting up the Brain

Seminar Room (#A207)
Second Floor of the Main Building iCeMS Complex 1
 

September 10, 2009
Prof. SCHMIDT, Thomas Leiden Institute of Physics, Leiden University Single-Molecule Cell Biology

The 1st Meeting Room, 1F of the West Building, Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences
 

July 9, 2009
Dr. Min Xie College of Chemistry and Molecular Sciences, Wuhan University Fluorescent Nanolabel-based Real-time Tracking and Visualization of Dynamic Processes of the Interaction of Viruses with Cells

Roof Terrace, 5th Floor of the East Bldg.
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University
 

May 23, 2009
Prof. Roger Morris, Ph.D. Head, School of Biomedical and Life Sciences King's College London Cellular Expression and Trafficking of The GPI-anchored Proteins Thy-1 and PrP On Primary Cultured Neurons

The 1st Conference Room
1F of the West Building
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences
 

May 15, 2009
Prof. Gebhard F. X. Schertler MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge The structures of the stress hormone receptors: beta1 and beta2 adrenergic receptor. Implications for pharmacology

The 1st Lecture Room (#120) Faculty of Science Building No.2 North Campus
 

March 26, 2009
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Baumeister Department of Structurel Biology
Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry (Martinsried)
Cryoelectron microscopy: From molecules to systems

Conference Room (#119)
1st Floor of the Research Building 1, iCeMS Complex 2
 

March 26, 2009
Prof. Dr. Yuji Goto Institute for Protein Research
Osaka University
Folding and amyloid fibril Formatin of proteins

Conference Room (#119)
1st Floor of the Research Building 1, iCeMS Complex 2
 

January 30, 2009
Functional Nano/Meso Clusters

9:00: John F. Hancock
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston "Ras membrane interactions: new insights into nanoclustering"
9:45: Khuloud Jaqaman
Scripps Research Institute "Stochastic models of yeast kinetochore-microtubule interactions"
10:10: Antoine Triller
Ecole Normale Supérieure "Understanding synaptic plasticity at the single-molecule level"
11:15: Ken P. Ritchie
Purdue University "Using protein diffusion to probe membrane integrity in mutant red blood cells"
11:40: Mark T. Swihart
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York "Silicon Nanocrystals: From Microelectronics Contaminants to in vivo Imaging Agents"
12:25: Dai-Wen Pang
Wuhan University "Living yeast cells as a controllable biosynthesizer for fluorescent quantum dots"

January 7, 2009
Derek Toomre, Ph. D. Assistant Professor Department of Cell Biology
Yale University School of Medicine
Towards understanding vesicle tethering - the ties that bind, and don't

Roof Terrace
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
 

2008年

December 15, 2008
Prof. Wonhwa Cho, Ph. D. Liberal Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Chemical Biology Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago Spatiotemporal dynamics of signaling lipids and networks
December 8, 2008
Mr. Martin Loose Graduate Student Petra Schwille Lab Biotechnologisches Zentrum Technische Universität Dresden Germany Min proteins make waves: Complex behavior of bacterial cell division proteins in vitro
December 8, 2008
Prof. Christien Merrifield Laboratory of Molecular Biology Medical Research Council U. K. Mapping protein dynamics at sites of endocytosis

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
Stated as "13th iCeMS Seminar" on the seminar flyer
 

December 6, 2008
Prof. Robert G. Parton Institute for Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland, Australia New insights into the formation and function of caveolae

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
Stated as "12th iCeMS Seminar" on the seminar flyer
 

September 8, 2008
Jack Taunton, Ph. D. Associate Professor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, University of California, San Francisco Signal amplification by an actin-based diffusion trap
August 25, 2008
Prof. Hervé Cailleau Rennes University, France Bit of physics around photo-induced phase transitions

Room 401
Department of Physics, Kyoto University
(Faculty of Science Building 5, Fourth Floor
 

August 22, 2008
Prof. Keith A. Nelson Department of Chemistry,Massachusetts Institute of Technology High-power THz generation and THz nonlinear spectroscopy

Room 401
Department of Physics, Kyoto University
(Faculty of Science Building 5, Fourth Floor)
 

May 14, 2008
Dr. Lars Hinrichsen Research Fellow, MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, University College London Analysis of clathrin mediated endocytosis (of chemokine receptors)

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building

April 25, 2008
Dr. Koji Kasahara the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science, RINSHOKEN Translocation of fibrin to lipid rafts of blood platelets by thrombin stimulation

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
 

April 23, 2008
Dr. Ira Pastan Center for Cancer Research National Cancer Institute, NIH Immunotoxins in 2008: Successes and Challenges: Effective Treatment of Drug Resistant Hairy Cell Leukemia by Immunotoxin BL22

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
Co-hosted by
Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry
 

April 16, 2008
Prof. Stefan W. Hell Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry Fluorescence Nanoscopy

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
 

2007年

December 19, 2007
Prof. Gaudenz Danuser, Ph.D. The Scripps Research Institute Integration of mechanical and chemical signals in epithelial cell migration

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
 

December 19, 2007
Daniel Choquet Professor CNRS UMR 5091 Université de Bordeaux Department of Chemistry University of Illinois in Chicago Brighter and smaller: the indefinite quest for better single molecule probes
Brighter and smaller: the indefinite quest for better single molecule probes
Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
November 5, 2007
Prof. Yong Chen Ecole Normale Superieure, CNRS Microfluidics and nanoengineering for micro and nanoscale biology

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
 

November 5, 2007
Prof. John Heuser Washington University Deciphering the inner workings of the living cell by correlative freeze-etch electron microscopy and time-lapse light microscopy

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building

September 10, 2007
Prof. Wonhwa Cho Department of Chemistry University of Illinois in Chicago Visiting Professor, Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences Kyoto University (September 1 December 31, 2007) Expanding Roles of Lipids in Cell Signaling and Membrane Trafficking
September 1, 2007
Dr. Katharina Gaus Centre for Vascular Research University of New South Wales Membrane structure at T cell activation sites and immunological synapses
April 16, 2007
Dr. Tanjief Szellas Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH Beyond the Limits: STED -Superresolution Microscope

Roof Terreace,
Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, 5F of the East Building
 

March 5, 2007
Shusaku Shibutani Rb-independent termination of E2F-target gene expression during Drosophila embryogenesis

2006年

September 27, 2006
G.V.Shivashankar (Shiva) Understanding nanoscale chromatin organization and function within living cells
September 20, 2006
Horst Vogel Cellular signaling at the nanometer and attoliter scale
September 8, 2006
Joshua Zimmerberg The biophysics of membrane fusion and membrane microdomains
September 3, 2006
Roger Morris The trafficking of cellular and infectious prion protein on neurons: what keeps them apart, and what brings them together?
September 2, 2006
Justin Molloy Single molecules, diffusing and walking on membranes
June 20, 2006
Barbara Baird Zooming in on receptor-mediated cell signaling: the IgE receptor story
June 20, 2006
Daniel Choquet Single molecule tracking of AMPA and NMDA receptors in synapses
June 20, 2006
Derek Toomre Dynamics of clathrin endocytic machinery at the single vesicle and molecule leve
May 23, 2006
Philippe Devaux Transmembrane diffusion of unlabeled lipid molecules measured by shape change of giant lipid vesicles
May 15, 2006
Philippe Devaux Many different proteins involved in lipid flip-flop
April 14, 2006
Paavo Kinnunen Lipid-triggered formation of amyloid-type fibers: for good & bad
March 31, 2006
Damien Hall Physical Biochemistry Based Studies of Protein Folding and Aggregation
March 13, 2006
Roger Goody Combining chemistry and molecular biology to produce tools for biophysics and cell biology
February 14, 2006
Chiara Zurzolo Role of lipid microdomains in GPI-anchored-protein sorting and prion folding

2005年

October 19, 2005
Tomoyo Sakata OPTICAL SWITCHES: new molecular tools for reversible manipulation of biomolecular interactions -- Design, synthesis and applications --
June 15, 2005
Daniel Choquet Single molecule imaging of glutamate receptor trafficking in neurons
June 15, 2005
Justin Molloy Single molecule optical and mechanical studies of cellular myosins
February 13, 2005
Petros Koumoutsakos Particle simulations of diffusion in the lumen and on the surface of the endoplasmic reticulum

2004年

August 26, 2004
Robert Parton Caveolae, caveolins, and lipid raft domains; new insights into plasma membrane micro-organization
August 26, 2004
Satyajit (Jitu) Mayor Nanoscale clusters of GPI-anchored proteins as potential sorting signals for dynamin-independent endocytosis
July 30, 2004
Gerrit van Meer How lipids move proteins and proteins move lipids

2003年

December 11, 2003
Sarah Keller Spots on spheres: Immiscible phases in membranes made of lipids and cholesterol
September 5, 2003
Bice Chini Lipid rafts modulates the signalling of the oxytocin receptor
June 9, 2003
川合 知二 ヒューマンボディビルディングへのナノテクノロジー
March 19, 2003
John Heuser Whatever happened to the Microtrabecular Concept?
March 13, 2003
Tatyana Ilieva Tenkova Protein processing in ciliary epithelial cells: the shape and distribution of lysosomes, endosomes, and the Golgi complex

2002年

June 20, 2002
吉村 昭彦 サイトカインシグナル制御による獲得免疫および自然免疫の調節
June 12, 2002
岡部 繁男 シナプス後肥厚部の分子動態 -- 分子可視化技術を用いた解析
May 24, 2002
Glenn D. Prestwich Visualizing Phosphoinositide and Phospholipid Metabolism in Cells
May 17, 2002
Denise J. Montell Multiple signaling pathways regulating invasive cell behavior in vivo
May 17, 2002
Alpha Yap Cadherin signaling to the actin cytoskeleton
May 17, 2002
Vance Lemmon The function of L1 CAM cytoplasmic domain in brain development and axon extension

2001年

October 29, 2001
Satyajit (Jitu) Mayor Membrane rafts: A functional and structural perspective revealed by the study of GPI-anchored protein organization
October 29, 2001
Klaus Hahn Watching proteins in the wild: Live cell fluorescent biosensors of Rho family activation
October 24, 2001
Michael Edidin Two problems in membrane domains and lateral diffusion --- some old topics revisited

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