November 21, 2019 - 14:00 h

EU-LIFE Seminar Dai Long Vu

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Dai Long Vu

Berlin Institute of Health, Max Delbrück Center of Molecular Medicines, Germany 

Bioanalytical method to study Tryptophan metabolism in gut microbiota-host crosstalk

Host: André Müller

Biosketch

Dai Long pursued his doctoral study in analytical chemistry from Faculty of chemical technology, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic (2009-2013). He then worked as a research assistant in the laboratory of proteomics, Biomedical Research Center, university hospital Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic (2013-2015). In 2016, he joined the laboratory of algal biotechnology, institute of microbiology of the Czech academy of sciences as a postdoc, where he focused his studies on investigating bioactive compounds obtained from cyanobacteria including method development for quantification, purification, structural elucidation, target identification in human cells using multi-omics approaches. 

In 10.2018, he got the postdoctoral position in the metabolomics platform (Berlin Institute of Health, Max Delbrück Center of Molecular Medicines). His main responsibilities are: method development using LC-MS/MS techniques for lipidomics, metabolomics; development of automatic pipeline for LC-MS/MS analysis using customized Robot. His main interests are metabolomics, proteomics, bioanalytical method development using LC-MS/MS and the applications of OMICS in drug discovery and in deciphering the mechanism of biological processes as well as disease development.

December 03, 2019 - 14:00 h

Impromptu Theodore Alexandrov

CeMM Level 8, Seminar Room 

Theodore Alexandrov

Team Leader, Head of Metabolomics Core Facility, EMBL Heidelberg

Spatial metabolomics in tissues and single cells

Host: Andreas Bergthaler

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Theodore Alexandrov is a group leader at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, the head of the EMBL Metabolomics Core Facility and an Assistant Adjunct Professor at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy, University of California San Diego. The Alexandrov team at EMBL aims to reveal secrets of metabolism in time and space in tissues and single cells by developing experimental and computational methods. The team unites interdisciplinary scientists from biology, chemistry, and computer science as well as software and machine learning engineers. Theodore Alexandrov is a grantee of an ERC Consolidator project focused on studying metabolism in single cells, as well as of various other European, national, NIH, and industrially-funded projects. He has co-founded and scientifically directed the company SCiLS and has over 70 journal publications and patents in the field of spatial-omics.

February 27, 2020 - 14:00 h

Impromptu Dietmar Zehn

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Dietmar Zehn

Full Professor – Chair, Division of Animal Physiology and Immunology
School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan
Technical University of Munich

InTOXication causes T-cell exhaustion in chronic infection

Host: Andreas Bergthaler