Giovanni Magni Lecture

11th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 10 Dicembre 2018, ore 15,00
Università degli Studi di MIlano – Dip. di Bioscienze, Aula 200 – Settore Didattico, Via Celoria 20, Milano
Prof. Yves Barral (Institute of Biochemistry, ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
“Yeast as a model for studying the problem of the soma”

10th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 20 Dicembre 2016, ore 15,00
Università degli Studi di MIlano – Dip. di Bioscienze, Aula 200 – Settore Didattico, Via Celoria 20, Milano
Prof.ssa Maria Pia Longhese (Un. Milano-Bicocca)
Prof. Marco Muzi Falconi (Università degli Studi di Milano)
“Crosstalks between DNA Repair and DNA Damage”

9th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Firenze, 7 novembre 2014, ore 15,00
Università degli Studi di Firenze, Dipartimento di Biologia, Via del Proconsolo 12 – Aula 1
Prof. David M. Shore, Department of Molecular Biology and Institute for Genetics and Genomics, University of Geneva, Switzerland
“Understanding transcription initiation in the context of chromatin”

8th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 22 ottobre 2012
Prof. Virginia Zakian, Department of Molecular Biology
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA
“Pif1 helicases: pushing the replication fork past natural barrier”

7th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 7 ottobre 2010
Prof. Rodney Rothstein, Department of Genetics and Development, Columbia University Medical Center, New York
“Kinetochore components define a single lineage in budding yeast and also affect the DNA damage response”

6th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 27 novembre 2008
Prof. Alan Robert Lehmann, Genome Damage and Stabilioty Centre,
University of Sussexs, UK
“Replication of damaged DNA, Y-family DNA polymerases and cancer protection”

5th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 4 dicembre 2006
Prof. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Professore Emerito di Genetica, Stanford University, Standford, CA, USA
“Approcci quantitativi all’evoluzione dell’uomo”

4th Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 19 ottobre 2004
Prof Kim Nasmyth, Research Institute of Molecular, Pathology, Vienna
“How do cells hold sister chromatids together?”

3rd Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 30 settembre 2002
Prof. André Goffeau, Université de Louvain, Belgium
“The yeast genome and the encoded membrane proteins”

2nd Giovanni Magni Lecture
Milano, 27 ottobre 2000
Prof. James E. Haber, Brandeis University, Waltham MA, USA
“Mechanisms of repairing broken chromosomes”

1st Giovanni Magni Lecture
Pavia, 29 aprile 1998
Prof. Gerald R. Fink, Whitehead Institute, Cambridge MA, USA
“Dimorphism in yeast : implications for diseases and development”