SLOW SCIENCE Seminar Series

Alexander Hoffmann (UCLA)

Deciphering the Language of Immune Sentinel Cells

Have you always wished to attend a scientific presentation that is both instructing and exciting, interactive, entertaining, down to the very details without getting lost on the second slide? Then, you should consider attending the new SLOW SCIENCE seminar series organized by the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH).
In this series, internationally renowned speakers will talk about topics that are cutting edge, but also addressing fundamental problems in the life sciences. There is only one rule for this seminar, strictly no slideware, but blackboards only, like in the "good old days". Our SLOW SCIENCE seminar series will be kicked off by Alexander Hoffmann from UCLA. Alex is a biochemist by training who has been working on a number of highly relevant problems in molecular life sciences.

Join us for this exciting experiment!