Lecture Series: Basics in Bacteriology – in context of antibiotic resistance
The lecture series is intended to introduce the participants to the basic processes in bacteria in order to deepen their understanding of the mechanisms behind antibiotic resistance or tolerance. The series is organized by the Jena University Hospital in cooperation with InfectoGnostics and the Center for Sepsis Control and Care (CSCC).
The lecture series is aimed at PhD students or Bachelor/ Master students who are working with related topics or are interested in microbial resistances or who would like a refresher course in bacteriology.
Date: 5 - 6 March 2020 from 9:00 to 12:30
Venue: Seminar room 10,
Research and Institute
Building (FUI), House 2, University Hospital Jena
Contact: Dr. rer. nat. Oliwia Makarewicz
Phone: +49 3641 9-324227
- Membrane and Envelope
- Bacterial Chromosome
- Transcription and Gene Regulation
- Translation and Ribosomes
- Non-ribosomal Peptides and Polyketides
- Pili, Flagella and Secretion
- Main Metabolic Pathways