News & events - Topic : Lectures, conferences

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Bannière conférences (culture&rencontre) 2020

L’histoire d’un lézard:
quand Darwin rencontre von Neumann et Turing

Les Grands Soirs - Conférences (culture&rencontre) 2020

Pr Michel Milinkovitch
Département de Génétique et Evolution, Faculté des Sciences, UNIGE, membre d'iGE3

Conférence donnée dans le cadre des Grands Soirs, cycle de conférences scientifiques organisé par (culture&rencontre) en collaboration avec l’Université de Genève, intitulé cette année Modéliser le réel - Un outil et un défi pour la science.

Mercredi 8 janvier 2020 - 20 h 00
Aula du Collège de Saussure
9, Vieux-Chemin-d'Onex
1213 Petit-Lancy

  • Entrée libre.
  • Organisation: (culture&rencontre), Petit-Lancy
Bannière conférence Du VIH au Prix Nobel

Du VIH au Prix Nobel

Parcours d'une scientifique d'exception

Pre Françoise Barré-Sinoussi
Institut National Français de Recherche Médicale et de Santé (INSERM) et Institut Pasteur
Paris, France
Lauréate du Prix Nobel de physiologie ou médecine 2008

Conférence de clôture donnée dans le cadre du symposium scientifique HIV and the Body, organisé par Pre Alexandra Calmy, Faculté de Médecine de l'UNIGE et HUG.

Jeudi 12 décembre 2019 - 17 h 30
Hôtel Warwick
14, rue de Lausanne
1201 Genève

  • Entrée gratuite sur inscription uniquement.
  • Information: facmed@unige.ch
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Frontiers in Biomedicine - Jean-Pierre Hubaux

Data protection for personalized health

Jean-Pierre Hubaux
Laboratory for Data Security, School of Computer and Communication Sciences
EPFL - Lausanne, Switzerland

Thursday, December 5, 2019 - 12 h 30
CMU - Auditorium A. Franceschetti / C150

Host: Cem Gabay

GHF Expert Meeting

Geneva Health Forum Expert Meeting

What are the current challenges and solutions
to access to insulin and diabetes care ?

Globally it is estimated that one person in three has no guaranteed access to essential medicines. In the poorest parts of Africa and Asia, this proportion increases to one-half. Considerable attention has been paid to the issue of access to medicines for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, however little attention has been paid to questions of access to essential medicines for non-communicable diseases and diabetes. It therefore appears important to develop action research programs to define new strategies to improve diabetes management in resource-con-strained settings, and it is felt that an expert meeting will be a good tool to build a roadmap for action.

Monday, November 11, 2019 - 9 h to 18 h 30
Campus Biotech, Geneva

Key note presentation – Open to public

13 h - 14 h

Opening remarks
Dr Soumya Swaminathan - Chief Scientist, World Health Organization (WHO)

Precision diabetes
Pr Emmanouil T. Dermitzakis - Department of Genetic Medicine and Development, Faculty of Medicine; SIB; Health 2030 Genome Center; iGE3

  • Access to the meeting requires registration.
  • Access to the key note presentation is free.
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Frontiers in Biomedicine - Anne Bertolotti

Selective inhibition of phosphatases to boost protein quality control :
A possible treatment for degenerative diseases

Anne Bertolotti
Neurobiology Division, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Cambridge, UK

Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 12 h 30
CMU - Auditorium Alex-F. Müller / A250, 2nd floor

Host: Monica Gotta

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Frontiers in Biomedicine - Ardem Patapoutian

The Force is with you: molecules that sense the pressure
of touch, pain, blood flow, and more

Ardem Patapoutian
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
and Department of Neuroscience, The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, California, USA

Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 12 h 30
CMU - Auditorium Alex-F. Müller / A250, 2nd floor

Host: Nicolas Demaurex

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Frontiers in Biomedicine - James Paulson

Exploiting inhibitory Siglecs to modulate immune responses

James Paulson
Departments of Molecular Medicine, Immunology and Microbiology
The Scripps Research Institute - La Jolla, California, USA

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 12 h 30
CMU - Auditorium A. Franceschetti / C150, 2nd floor

Hosts: Oliver Hartley & Frédérique Lisacek

Bannière Semaine du Cerveau 2019

Semaine du Cerveau 2019

Vivre ensemble

La Semaine internationale du Cerveau se déroule chaque année dans plusieurs villes de Suisse. A Genève, cet événement est organisé par le Centre Interfacultaire de Neurosciences. Vivre ensemble en est le thème en 2019.

Des conférences pour le grand public sont proposées chaque soir de la semaine du lundi 11 au vendredi 15 mars 2019, à 19 h 00 à Uni Dufour, Auditoire Piaget / U600.

Inauguration of the PhD School of Life Sciences

Inaugural conference of the PhD School of Life Sciences

PhD School of Life Sciences at the Faculties of Medicine and Science

The Faculties of Medicine and Science are pleased to invite you to celebrate the new doctoral school of Life Sciences at the University of Geneva, created in June 2018. The conference will provide an overview of the new PhD School and showcase research and theses from both faculties.

Seminars

Go with the flow - Connexins in atherosclerosis
Pre Brenda Kwak - Department of Pathology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine

The sick sense is in the nose
Pr Ivan Rodriguez - Department of Genetics and Evolution, Faculty of Science

My Thesis in 180 s

Drug resistance in breast cancer
Dina Hany - Department of Cell Biology, Faculty of Science

Recipe for an anti-staphylococcal cocktail revealed by metabolomics
Bartosz Gdaniec - Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - 17 h 00 to 18 h 30
Uni Dufour - Auditorium Charles Rouiller / U300

  • Registration is required and free of charge.
  • Presentations will be followed by a drinks reception.
  • Deadline for registration: February 28, 2018