Marthe Vogt - one of the leading neuroscientists of the twentieth century

Marthe Louise Vogt (1903-2003) was born in Berlin in 1903, the daughter of Cécile and Oskar Vogt, director of the "Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Hirnforschung" here on the Buch-Campus. With a doctorate in Chemistry from the Humboldt-University, she established a reputation as one of Germany's leading pharmacologists. In 1931, aged just 28, she was appointed head of the chemical division at her father's institute.  More

Marthe-Vogt-Seminars 2016

March 25 - January 01

3 entries found

Fast Bioorthogonal Chemistry: Discovery, Devel-opment and Applications

Joseph M. Fox, University of Delaware, USA

31.03.2017 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Chemistry to probe biology: Epigenetics and phosphatidyl-inositol signalling

Stuart Conway, University of Oxford, UK

17.02.2017 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Structural insights into the regulation of the target of Rapamycin complexes

Robbie Loewith, University of Geneva, Switzerland

13.01.2017 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm


Bernd Bukau (Heidelberg)

Emilio Hirsch (Turin, Italy)

Mark Howarth (Oxford, United Kingdom)

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Rolf Boelens (Utrecht, The Netherlands)

Craig-Curtis Garner (Berlin), “Cellular Mechanisms Regulating Synapse Assembly and Integrity”

Ulrich Hartl (Martinsried), “Molecular chaperone mechanisms in protein folding and proteostasis”

Christian Heinis (Lausanne, Switzerland), “Phage selection of bicyclic peptides for application as therapeutics”

Carsten Janke (Orsay, France), “The Tubulin Code – generating signals to control microtubule functions”

Alberto Luini (Naples, Italy), “Golgi membrane fission requires the BARS-induced activation of lysophosphatidic acid acyltransferase delta”

John Robinson (Zurich, Switzerland), “Design Strategy and Applications for Protein Epitope Mimetics”

Eric Strieter
(Madison, WI, USA), “Exploring the function and mechanism of deubiquitinases using chemical tools”

Ed Tate (London, United Kingdom), “Protein modification and drug discovery: from malaria and cancer to fish, hedgehogs, and the common cold”


Michael Duszenko (Tübingen), “New results and considerations about the brain stage of sleeping sickness”

Edward H. Egelman (Charlottesville, VA, USA), “Cryo-EM of Protein Polymers at Near-Atomic Resolution Gives New Insights Into Evolutionary Conservation and Divergence”

Bert de Groot (Göttingen), “The molecular dynamics of permeation, recognition, and inhibition”

Richard I. Morimoto (Evanston, IL, USA), ”Regulation of organismal proteostasis by intertissue communication”

Jennifer Prescher
(Irvine, CA, USA), “Expanding the imaging toolbox”

Ronald T. Raines (Madison, WI, USA), “Ribonuclease A: from kcat/KM to the clinic”

Michael Sixt (Klosterneuburg, Austria), “Molecular Mechanisms of Leukocyte Chemotaxis”

Trevor Smart (London, United Kingdom), “Allosteric and genetic modulation of the GABA-A receptor”

Bart Vanhaesebroeck (London, United Kingdom), “Isoforms of PI 3-kinase: from the bench to the clinic”

James C. Weisshaar (Madison, WI, USA), “Real-time, single-cell observations of the attack of antimicrobial peptides on live bacterial cells”


Anuszka Andjelkovic (Ann Arbor, MI, USA), “Dynamics and functions of brain endothelial tight junctional barrier”

Manfred Auer (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), “Integrated Chemical Systems Biology”

Angela Gronenborn (Pittsburgh, PA, USA), “The molecular dynamics of permeation, recognition, and inhibition”

Heinrich Leonhardt (München), “Visualization and Manipulation of the Invisible: Novel and Versatile Applications of Nanobodies”

Eric Meggers (Marburg), “Exploiting Octahedral Stereochemistry for Biomolecular Recognition and Catalysis”

Klaas Nicolaij (Eindhoven, The Netherlands), “Multimodality Approaches to Quantification of Target-Specific MR Contrast Agents”

Hermen Overkleeft (Leiden, The Netherlands), “Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry of Mammalian Proteasomes”

Norbert Sewald (Bielefeld), “Cytotoxic Peptide-Drug Conjugates Based on Cryptophycins”

Jerrold R. Turner (Chicago, IL, USA), “Post-translational mechanisms of mucosal barrier regulation: Approaches to therapeutic exploitation”


Ulrike Eggert (London), “A chemical approach to understanding cell division”

Michael Famulok (Bonn), “The chemical biology of cytohesins”

Stefan Krauss (Oslo), “Blocking canonical Wnt signaling through Tankyrase”

Ann McDermott (New York, NY, USA), “Conformation Transitions in a Potassium Channel: Solid-State NMR of KCsA”

Michael T. McMahon (Baltimore, MD, USA), “Integrating MRI Contrast Agents into Hydrogel-Based Cell Therapy”

Eduardo Perozo (Chicago, IL, USA), “The Structure and Mechanisms of Voltage-Sensing Domains”

Juri Rappsilber
(Berlin), “Structural biology by mass spectrometry: Protein cross-linking in the 21st century”

Daniel Rauh
(Dortmund), “Chemical oncology – converging chemical biology, medicinal chemistry, and cancer”

Klaus Schmidt-Rohr (Ames, IA, USA), “NMR of Complex Materials: Hydrochar, Nanodiamond, Nafion, and Bone”

Stephan Sieber (München), “Natural products and their biological targets”

Sevil Weinkauf (München), “Multiple molecular architectures of the eye lens chaperone alphaB-crystallin”

Alan Yu (Lawrence, KS, USA), “Structure-function studies of the claudin-2 ion pore”