Here are some videos of my research and teaching lectures and some video abstracts of our papers.
All videos are hosted on YouTube. In some, sound and video are still not satisfactory.
Please do not use this material outside of academic research and teaching.
The video abstract of our paper by Susanne Fritzsche et al.: Allotype-specific release from endoplasmic reticulum matrix proteins controls cell surface transport of MHC class I molecules.
Traffic 16 (2015), p. 591-603.
The video abstract on YouTube of our paper F pocket flexibility influences the tapasin dependence of two differentially disease-associated MHC Class I proteins, published in the Eur. J. Immunol.
The video abstract on YouTube of our paper: S. Springer, P. Malkus, B. Borchert, U. Wellbrock, R.A. Lesch, R. Duden, R. Schekman: Regulated oligomerization induces uptake of a membrane protein into COPII vesicles independent of its cytosolic tail. Traffic (2014), 5 (2014), p. 531-545.
- Susanne Illenberger’s and my application video (on YouTube) for the iversity online learning fellowship contest: “DNA – from structure to therapy” . With this, we won the startup award from moocfellowships.org !
- The graduate course “Antigen presentation by MHC class I proteins: Molecular and cellular mechanisms” . The classroom version is called “Cellular Biochemistry” (530581), and the online version is still very experimental. But tell me if you like it!
- Research presentation for Jacobs University life science faculty and graduate students, May 15: “MHC class I folding, peptide binding, and intracellular transport: the search for the molecular cause of spondyloarthropathies”
- Lecture to the Jacobs University public, October 18: “Why Jim Rothman, Randy Schekman, and Thomas Südhof got the Nobel Prize”
- The undergraduate course “Immunology” has a YouTube video of each lecture online. Enjoy!