Tuesday Seminar Series (TSS)

 
These seminars are distinct from standard external seminars in that they receive financial support from EBI. They are designed for getting interesting speakers to the institute who would not otherwise be visiting us. An example might be inviting a speaker who has recently authored a paper of interest to your group or team that would also prove interesting to a general EBI audience. Additionally, if you are aware of an interesting speaker visiting the UK already for some other event, this funding could be used to get them to add the EBI to their itinerary.
 
These seminars are not designed for inviting collaborators to give talks, such talks would be standard external seminars funded by the group or team who invites them. EBI Pink Seminars are also scheduled in the same time slots but are coordinated separately, see below. 
 
Ideally your group or team would host the talk but we can also arrange a host for the seminar if needed.
 
Requirements for a Tuesday Seminar Series talk are as follows:
 
* The talk will be on a Tuesday at 2pm
* Slots are coordinated by the research office (roffice@ebi.ac.uk)
* The proposed seminar should be approved by the coordinator of the Tuesday Seminar Series.
* The talk be sufficiently interesting to a wide EBI or campus audience.
* The speaker should not usually be a current visitor or collaborator at EBI.
* The group or team leader of the person proposing the seminar needs to approve and agree to fund excess costs over what is supported (below).
 
Funding available can support:
 
* Up to 2 nights accomodation in the area
* Flights within Europe to Cambridge
* Transatlantic flights are possible but only up to £500 travel can be supported.
 
Any costs in excess of this need to be met by the group or team leader of the talk sponsor.
 
To submit a request for a Tuesday Seminar please email: extsem@ebi.ac.uk

 

 PinkSeminars

Pink Seminars (talks given by EMBL senior faculty) will take place on the first Tuesday of every month except January, March, May, July and December.

The talks are normally held at 2pm in the Kendrew Lecture Theatre. If you would like to talk to one of the speakers on the day of their visit, please contact the PhD student indicated. Suggestions for speakers are also very welcome. Please send suggestions to John Marioni (marioni@ebi.ac.uk). Once your nomination has been approved, Zoe Higney (Research Office) will assist with speaker arrangements.

 

 

Seminar of the week

Seminar not cancelled
22/09/2015 - Room C3-02 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Juan Pablo Couso (School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex)
TBA
TBA
Alex Bateman

Next seminars

Seminar not cancelled
13/10/2015 - Room C3-02 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Anna Kicheva (NIMR)
TBA
Note: Changed date
Hosted by Sarah Teichmann
Seminar not cancelled
10/11/2015 - Room C3-02 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Lude Franke (University of Groningen )
TBA
Hosted by Oliver Stegle
Seminar not cancelled
01/12/2015 - Room Kendrew Lecture at 14:00 - Pink Seminar
Judith Zaugg (EMBL - Heidelberg)
TBA
Hosted by Oliver Stegle
Seminar not cancelled
12/01/2016 - Room C302 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Fabrice Jossinet (University of Strasbourg)
Hosted by Alex Bateman
Seminar not cancelled
16/02/2016 - Room Kendrew Theatre at 14:00 - External Seminar
Emmanuelle Charpentier (Helmholtz Centre for Infection )
TBA
Hosted by Rolf Apweiler
Seminar not cancelled
22/03/2016 - Room C3-02 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Andy Fraser (University of Toronto)
TBA
Hosted by Sarah Teichmann

Past seminars

Seminar not cancelled
23/06/2015 - Room C3-02 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Philip De Jager (Harvard Medical School )
Dominic Clark
Seminar not cancelled
09/06/2015 - Room C302 at 14:00 - External Seminar
Baris Suzek ( Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Turkey)
Alex Bateman
Seminar not cancelled
19/05/2015 - Room Courtyard room at 14:00 - External Seminar
Guido Sanguinetti (University of Edinburgh)
Oliver Stegle
Seminar not cancelled
12/05/2015 - Room Kendrew Lecture at 14:00 - External Seminar
Prof. Dr. Silke R. Sperling (The Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin)
Sarah Teichmann