Wolf-Dietrich Hardt: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2019

NameHerr Prof. Dr. Wolf-Dietrich Hardt
LehrgebietMikrobiologie
Adresse
Institut für Mikrobiologie
ETH Zürich, HCI G 417
Vladimir-Prelog-Weg 1-5/10
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Auszeichnung: Die Goldene Eule
Telefon+41 44 632 51 43
Fax+41 44 632 11 29
E-Mailwolf-dietrich.hardt@micro.biol.ethz.ch
DepartementBiologie
BeziehungOrdentlicher Professor

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
551-0110-00LGrundlagen der Biologie II: Mikrobiologie2 KP2VJ. Vorholt-Zambelli, W.‑D. Hardt, J. Piel
KurzbeschreibungBakterielle Zellbiologie, molekulare Genetik, Genregulation, Wachstumsphysiologie, Metabolismus (Schwerpunkt Bacteria und Archaea), bakterielle Wirkstoffe, Mikrobielle Interaktionen
LernzielGrundprinzipien des Zellaufbaus, der Wachstumsphysiologie, des Energiemetabolismus, der Genexpression und Regulation. Diversität Bacteria und Archaea. Phylogenie und Evolution.
InhaltBakterielle Zellbiologie, molekulare Genetik, Genregulation, Wachstumsphysiologie, Metabolismus (Schwerpunkt Bacteria und Archaea), bakterielle Wirkstoffe, Mikrobielle Interaktionen
LiteraturBrock, Biology of Microorganisms (Madigan, M.T. and Martinko, J.M., eds.), 14th ed., Pearson Prentice Hall, 2015
551-0314-00LMicrobiology (Part II)3 KP2VW.‑D. Hardt, L. Eberl, H.‑M. Fischer, J. Piel, J. Vorholt-Zambelli
KurzbeschreibungAdvanced lecture class providing a broad overview on bacterial cell structure, genetics, metabolism, symbiosis and pathogenesis.
LernzielThis concept class will be based on common concepts and introduce to the enormous diversity among bacteria and archaea. It will cover the current research on bacterial cell structure, genetics, metabolism, symbiosis and pathogenesis.
InhaltAdvanced class covering the state of the research in bacterial cell structure, genetics, metabolism, symbiosis and pathogenesis.
SkriptUpdated handouts will be provided during the class.
LiteraturCurrent literature references will be provided during the lectures.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesEnglish
551-0509-00LCurrent Immunological Research in Zürich0 KP1KR. Spörri, M. Detmar, C. Halin Winter, W.‑D. Hardt, M. Kopf, S. R. Leibundgut, A. Oxenius, Uni-Dozierende
KurzbeschreibungThis monthly meeting is a platform for Zurich-based immunology research groups to present and discuss their ongoing research projects. At each meeting three PhD students or Postdocs from the participating research groups present an ongoing research project in a 30 min seminar followed by a plenary discussion.
LernzielThe aim of this monthly meeting is to provide further education for master and doctoral students as well as Postdocs in diverse topics of immunology and to give an insight in the related research. Furthermore, this platform fosters the establishment of science- and technology-based interactions between the participating research groups.
InhaltPresentation and discussion of current research projects carried out by various immunology-oriented research groups in Zurich.
Skriptnone
551-1100-00LInfectious Agents: From Molecular Biology to Disease
Number of participants limited to 22.
Requires application until 2 weeks before the start of the semester; selected applicants will be notified one week before the first week of lectures.
(if you missed the deadline, please come to the first date to see, if there are any slots left)
4 KP2SW.‑D. Hardt, L. Eberl, U. F. Greber, A. B. Hehl, M. Kopf, S. R. Leibundgut, C. Münz, A. Oxenius, P. Sander
KurzbeschreibungLiterature seminar for students at the masters level and PhD students. Introduction to the current research topics in infectious diseases; Introduction to key pathogens which are studied as model organisms in this field; Overview over key research groups in the field of infectious diseases in Zürich.
LernzielWorking with the current research literature. Getting to know the key pathogens serving as model organisms and the research technologies currently used in infection biology.
Inhaltfor each model pathogen (or key technology):
1. introduction to the pathogen
2. Discussion of one current research paper.
The paper will be provided by the respective supervisor. He/she will give advice (if required) and guide the respective literature discussion.
SkriptTeachers will provide the research papers to be discussed.
Students will prepare handouts for the rest of the group for their assigned seminar.
LiteraturTeachers will provide the research papers to be discussed.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesRestricted to max 22 students. Please sign up until two weeks before the beginning of the semester via e-mail to micro_secr@micro.biol.ethz.ch and include the following information: 551-1100-00L; your name, your e-mail address, university/eth, students (specialization, semester), PhD students (research group, member of a PhD program? which program?). The 22 students admitted to this seminar will be selected and informed by e-mail in the week befor the beginning of the semester by W.-D. Hardt.
The first seminar date will serve to form groups of students and assign a paper to each group.
551-1106-00LProgress Reports in Microbiology and Immunology
Students must sign up via secr.micro.biol.ethz.ch
0 KP5SJ. Piel, M. Aebi, H.‑M. Fischer, W.‑D. Hardt, A. Oxenius, J. Vorholt-Zambelli
KurzbeschreibungPresentation and discussion of current research results in the field of Microbiology and Infection Immunology
LernzielPrecise and transparent presentation of research findings in relation to the current literature, critical discussion of experimental data and their interpretation, development and presentation of future research aims
551-1109-00LSeminars in Microbiology Information 0 KP2KM. Aebi, W.‑D. Hardt, M. Künzler, J. Piel, S. Sunagawa, J. Vorholt-Zambelli
KurzbeschreibungSeminars by invited speakers covering selected microbiology themes.
LernzielDiscussion of selected microbiology themes presented by invited speakers.
551-1110-00LInfektion und Immunologie Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Nur für Gesundheitswissenschaften und Technologie BSc und Humanmedizin BSc.
2 KP2VW.‑D. Hardt, A. B. Hehl, U. Karrer, F. Sallusto
KurzbeschreibungAufbau und Funktion von pathogenen Bakterien, Viren, ein- und mehrzelliger Parasiten, sowie die Infektionsabwehr durch das Immunsystem. Die Vorlesung wird von einer Lernplattform begleitet. Einzelne Inhalte müssen im Selbststudium erarbeitet werden.
Lernziel-Aufbauprinzipien und Infektionsmechanismen der wichtigsten Krankheitserreger erkennen.
-Verstehen wie diese Erreger vom nativen und vom adaptiven Immunsystem erkannt und eliminiert werden.
-Erklären auf welche Weise Antiinfektiva wirken und wie Pathogene resistent werden.
Inhalt-Zellaufbau Gram-positiver und Gram-negativer Bakterien
-Bakterien-Wirt Interaktionen und ihre Auswirkungen auf den Wirt
-Antibiotika und Antibiotika-Resistenzen
-Klassifikation pathogener Viren
-Organisation, Klassifizierung und Lebensweise eukaryotischer Krankheitserreger
-Aufbau des nativen Immunsystems
-Aufbau des adaptiven Immunsystems
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesDer Teil Immunologie dieser Vorlesung kann in englischer Sprache unterrichtet werden.