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2006

Event:

Elucidating Molecular Mechanisms of Innate Immunity and Host-pathogen Interactions Using C. elegans

Date:

27 December, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Michael Shapira
Department of Genetics
Stanford University School of Medicine, CA, USA

Event:

Immunoglobulin Class Switching in B Lymphopoiesis: A Novel Approach Employing the Cre-loxP Recombination System

Date:

26 December, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Doron Melamed
Department of Immunology
The Ruth and Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Event:

A (first) Mechanistic Insight into the Plasticity of the Thermal Memory of C. ELEGANS

Date:

24 December, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. David Biron
Departments of Physics,
Harvard University

Event:

Cell Fusion Mechanism in Development

Date:

12 December, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Benjamin Podbilewicz,
Department of Biology
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Event:

An Emerging Role of a New Family of Proteasome Modulators

Date:

10 December, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Ariel Stanhill
Skirball Institute for Biomolecular Medicine
NYU Medical Center, New York, USA

Event:

"Cytokinesis – who is the boss ?"

Date:

5 December, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Michael Brandeis
Department of Genetics
The Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Event:

"Reprogramming of T-lymphocyte Specificity to Generate and Enhance Anti-tumor Activity"

Date:

3 December, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Cyril Cohen
Tumor Immunology Section
Surgery Branch, National Institutes of Health

Event:

Regulation of the Ubiquitin System in Protein Quality-Control Pathways

Date:

29 November, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Tommer Ravid
Department of Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
Yale University, New Haven, USA

Event:

Novel Links Between Ubiquitin and Myc

Date:

23 November, 2006

Location:

at 11:30, Red Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Martin Eilers
IMT-Institut fr Molekularbiologie und Tumorforschung
Philipps-Universitהt Marburg, Germany


Unfortunately due to personal circumstances Prof. Eilers seminar is canceled.

Event:

"New Insights into the Function of Cytotoxic T Cells and Their Application for Cancer Immunotherapy"

Date:

7 November, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Yoram Reiter, Department of Biology, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.

Event:

8th International Dead Sea Symposium (IDSS) and the 17th Rappaport Symposium

Date:

16 - 18 October, 2006

Location:

at the Hilton Convention Center, Tel-Aviv

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The joint Symposium entitled: CONSENSUS AND CONTROVERSY IN CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS provides a unique opportunity to hear from many world-renowned experts about novel aspects of cardiac arrhythmias

Event:

A Physiological Basis for the Enhancement of Memory by Emotions: Facilitation of Rhinal Interactions by the Amygdala and the medial prefrontal cortex

Date:

27 September, 2006

Location:

at 11:00 Glaris hall, First Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Rony Paz Rutgers University, New-Jersey, USA.

Event:

Experimental and Theoretical Study of Synaptic Efficacy: Information, Plasticity and Networks

Date:

28 August, 2006

Location:

at 13:00 , Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Michael London Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research University College London. London,UK

Event:

Sex, Pheromones and Transgenic Mice

Date:

7 August, 2006

Location:

at 12:00 Glaris hall, First Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Shlomo Wagner Neurobiology Department, Life Sciences Institute, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Event:

Shaping the Embryo: Rho GTPases and Drosophila development

Date:

25 June, 2006

Location:

at 12:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Susan M. Parkhurst Division of Basic Sciences Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center Seattle WA USA

Event:

CEPs as a surrogate biomarker to determine the optimal antiangiogenic activity

Date:

25 June, 2006

Location:

at 11:00, Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Yuval Shaked Department of Molecular & Cell Biology Sunnybrook & Women's College Health Sciences Center Toronto, Canada

Event:

Fgl2 as a Key Effector of Treg Cells: Implications for Resistance/Susceptibility to Viral Hepatitis

Date:

22 June, 2006

Location:

at 11:00, Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Gary A Levy ,Prof. of Medicine and Surgery Director, Multi Organ Transplant Program University of Toronto

Event:

Human Skin Graft / SCID Mouse Models of Human Autoimmune Disease. What we Can Learn From Psoriasis and Alopecia Areata

Date:

20 June, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Amos Gilhar, Skin Research Laboratory, Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion.

Event:

New Insight into the Mechanisms of Labor

Date:

6 June, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Eliezer Shalev, Head, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Haemek Medical Center, Associate Dean, Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion

Event:

Genetic Homogeneity and Inherited Skin Disorders in Middle East Populations

Date:

23 May, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Eli Sprecher, Laboratory of Molecular Dermatology, Department of Dermatology, Rambam Medical Center

Event:

Bacterial Programmed Cell Death, Antibiotics and the Malticellular Behavior of the Bacterial Culture

Date:

9 May, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Hanna Engelberg-Kulka, Department of Molecular Biology, Hebrew University – Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem.

Event:

Neuropilins as Regulators of VEGF and Semaphorin Signaling During Angiogenesis

Date:

11 April, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Gera Neufeld, Cancer and Vascular Biology Research Center, Faculty of Medicine, Technion.

Event:

Dynamics of Ras and Src Membrane Interactions in Live Cells and Interference of Ras Signaling with p27 Localization and TGF-beta Growth Inhibition

Date:

4 April, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Yoav I. Henis, Department of Neurobiochemistry, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University.

Event:

Tissue Engineering of a Human Oral Mucosa: Bench to Bedside

Date:

24 March, 2006

Location:

at 9:15, Red Hall, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Stephen Feinberg, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery University of Michigan, Health Center, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.

Event:

Mechanisms of Activation of Gonadotropin Genes in the Immature Gonadotrope via Removal of Histone Deacetylase Repressive Complexes

Date:

1 March, 2006

Location:

at 11:00, Seminar Room, 6 Floor, Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Philippa Melamed, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore

Event:

The Dynamic Synapse

Date:

12 February, 2006

Location:

at 11:00, Seminar Room, 6th Floor, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Antoine Triller, Inserm-Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France

Event:

What's Causing the Pausing in Striatal Cholinergic Interneurons?

Date:

12 February, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Seminar Room, 6th Floor,Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Joshua A. Goldberg, Department of Biology, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Event:

The Rappaport Institute: Vision 2020

Date:

7 February, 2006

Location:

at the Dan Carmel Hotel in Haifa

The purpose of the one-day conference was to discuss the long term directions and goals for the Rappaport Institute, consistent with the Institute’s founding mission to promote excellence in biomedical research at the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine for the benefit of human health, with leading influential leaders in the area of health science.

Event:

The Case of Y-P30: How Your Mother's mRNA Protects Your Brain

Date:

6 February, 2006

Location:

at 10:00, Session Room, 8 Floor, Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Michael Kreutz, Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Center for Learning and Memory Research Magdeburg, Germany

Event:

The Macromolecular Machinery of Intracellular Protein Degradation

Date:

31 January, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Entrance Floor, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Wolfgang Baumeister, Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany

Event:

Neuropilins as Regulators of VEGF and Semaphorin Signaling During Angiogenesis

Date:

31 January, 2006

Location:

at 13:30 Blue Hall

Prof.Gera Neufeld, The Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion.

Event:

Natural Protective Mechanism Against Hyperglycemia in Vascular Endothelial and Smooth Muscle Cells: Roles of Glucose, Arachidonic Acid Metabolites and Calreticulin

Date:

24 January, 2006

Location:

at 13:30, Blue Hall, Entrance Floor, Medicine Faculty Building

Prof. Shlomo Sasson, Director, The Diabetes Research Center, Department of Pharmacology, The Hebrew University School of Medicine, Jerusalem

Event:

Abundant A to I RNA Editing in the Human Genome

Date:

17 January, 2006

Location:

at 13:30 Blue Hall

Prof. Gidi Rechavi, Head –Sheba Cancer Research Center, Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer

Event:

Initial Steps in the Formation of the Vertebrate Kidney

Date:

9 January, 2006

Location:

at 11:00, Seminar Room, 6th Floor, Medicine Faculty Building

Dr. Tom Schultheiss, Department of Medicine and Genetics, Harvard Medical School, USA

Event:

Human Umbilical Cord Blood Biology, Transplantation and Plasticity

Date:

3 January, 2006

Location:

at 13:30 Blue Hall, Rappaport Institute, Haifa, Israel

Prof. Arnon Nagler,Director Division of Hematology,Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer.

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