BSCN International Lectures Archive


Invited speakers since 2010

  • 8. June, 2010 
    Austin Smith

    Wellcome Trust Centre for Stem Cell Research, University of Cambridge UK
    “Design Principles of Pluripotency”
  • 19. July, 2011
    Mitinori Saitou

    Kyoto University, Japan
    “Launching the germ cell lineage in mice in vivo and in vitro:signaling, transcriptional regulation, and epigenetic reprogramming"
  • 5. September, 2011
    Irving Weissman

    Stanford University School of Medicine, Ca, USA
    “Normal and Neoplastic Stem Cells”

  • 12. December, 2011
    Kevin Eggan

    Harvard University, Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Cambridge, MA
    “Stem cell and reprogramming approaches to the study of neurodegeneration”

  • 10. May, 2012
    Michael Brand

    Center for Regenerative TherapyTechnische Universität Dresden, Germany
    "Regeneration of the adult Zebrafish brain from radial-glia type stem cells"

  • 5. June, 2013
    Hongjun Song

    Institute for Cell EngineeringJohns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore USA
    “Mechanisms regulating adult hippocampal neural stem cells”

  • 29. October, 2013
    David J. Mooney

    Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University, Boston USA
    “Polymeric biomaterials to control stem cell populations”

  • 28. January, 2015
    Paolo Bianco

    University of Rome La Sapienza, Rome, Italy
    “Stem cells in the bone marrow stroma, their function(s), and the market mythology”

  • 15. May, 2015
    Trista North

    Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
    "Nutritional influences on hematopoietic stem cell formation and function"

  • 14. December, 2015
    Henry Kronenberg

    Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
    "Early cells of the osteoblast lineage”

  • 23. June, 2016 
    Haruhiko Koseki

    RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences, Yokohama, Japan
    "The PCGF6-PRC1 complex functions to suppress premature activation of meiosis and germ cell related genes in ES cells” 

  • 1. March 2017
    Magdalena Götz

    Helmholz Center, Institute for Stem Cell ResearchAnd Ludwig-Maximilians University, Dept. of Physiological Genomics Münich, Germany
    “Novel mechanisms of neurogenesis”

  • 3. May, 2017
    David Kent

    Cambridge Stem Cell InstituteWellcome Trust - MRC, University of Cambridge, UK
    "Single cell approaches reveal novel cellular and molecular features of malignant blood stem cells”

  • 30. April 2018
    Tsvee Lapidot

    Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
    "Metabolic regulation of blood and bone forming stem cells: The role of ROS, mitochondria transfer and nitric oxide”

  • 6. July 2018
    Arnold Kriegstein
    “Molecular and cellular insights to the development and evolution of the human cerebral cortex” 

  • 14.9.2018
    Knut Woltjen

    Kyoto University, Japan
    “Genome editing in stem cells to study the mechanisms of reprogramming and human disease"

  • 18.9.2018
    Janet Rossant

    The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) University of Toronto, Canada
    “Making the mouse blastocyst”

  • 16.10. 2019
    Sarah Bray

    Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, UK
    “Decoding the Notch response”

  • 13.3.2019
    James Palis

    University of Rochester Medical Center, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, USA
    “Ontogeny of hematopoiesis: making blood before a blood stem cell”