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WCMM seminars, Clinical Arenas and Symposia

WCMM Clinical Arena "Neurology and Translational Neuro-Electronics"

Jennifer Gelinas and Dion Khodagholy, both from Columbia University, NYC. More info at http://www.columbianeurology.org/profile/jgelinas and https://www.dion.ee.columbia.edu/
Wednesday 8 May at 16:25 to 17:35 in lecture hall Granit, Northern Entrance, level 9 at Campus US.
Host for the presentation is Eric Glowacki, see https://liu.se/en/research/organic-nanocrystals

WCMM Seminar "Chemical Synthesis of Membrane Proteins: From Drug Discovery to Bioinspired Materials"

Dr. Alesia Tietze, a Wallenberg scholar from Gothenburg University
Time: Friday 2019-05-03, from 11.00-12.00
Lecture hall: Antracit (Campus US, entrance 7)
Hosts: Fredrik Elinder and Antonios Pantazis

WCMM Seminar "Challenges to understanding the lateral organization and mobility of plasma membrane components"

Monday April 8, 13:00 in Belladonna, in the Greenhouse (Building 511, Entrance 76, plan 10), Campus US. A seminar by Professor Kenneth A Jacobson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prof. Jacobson is Honorary Doctor at the Medical Faculty and have played an important role in advanced studies concerning membrane biophysics and microscopy. He became Honorary Doctor in 1993 at the Faculty of Medicine for his commitment and long-term collaboration with Linköping University. Prof. Jacobson’s visit is sponsored by Forum Scientium/WCMM and MIIC.

WCMM Seminar "Voltage sensor movement and its couplings to the pore”

Monday 25 March at 14:00 in lecture hall Eken at Campus US (entrance 65)
Prof Francisco Bezanilla, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA, and Centro Interdisciplinario de Neurociencia de Valparaíso, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile. Home page http://nerve.bsd.uchicago.edu/FB/

WCMM Clinical Arena "Challenges in pancreatic, liver, oesophageal and gastric cancer"

13 March 2019
The Wallenberg Center for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) together with the research school and network Forum Scientium invites you to the WCMM Clinical Arena. The goal is to increase the interactions between clinical and non-clinical scientists in Linköping and Norrköping. You will listen to scientists from the clinical area and to a WCMM Fellow, you will meet Forum Scientium members, the WCMM Fellows and their research groups. And you will learn more about an interesting research area presented in a general way making it interesting for persons at the medicine-engineering interface!
Wednesday 13 March 2019 between 16:25 and 17:10 with a possibility for continued discussions until 17:35 (coffee will be served)
in seminar room Antracit, level 9, Northern entrance (nr 7), Campus US
Introduction by WCMM Fellow Frank Hernandez
Clinical challenge of pancreatic cancer and the need for better diagnostic tools
presented by Bergthor Björnsson, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Senior Consultant Head of Upper GI & HPB surgery, Linköping University Hospital
Challenges in liver cancer
presented by Per Sandström, Professor, Department of Surgery, Linköping University Hospital
Challenges in oesophageal and gastric cancer
presented by David Edholm, PhD, Department of Surgery, Consultant Upper GI surgery, Linköping University Hospital
More info at:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bergthor_Bjornsson
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Per_Sandstroem2
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/David_Edholm
https://liu.se/en/employee/frahe49 and https://liu.se/en/research/nat-lab
https://old.liu.se/forskning/scientium/?l=en
https://liu.se/en/research/wallenberg-centre-for-molecular-medicine
Schedule:
- 16:25 - 17:00 Presentation by clinicians and non-clinicians together
- 17:00 - 17:10 Questions-Answers-Discussion
- 17:10 - 17:15 Refill of coffee and cakes
- 17:15 - 17:35 Continuation of Questions-Answers-Discussion

Docent lecture - ”Learning to Swim - Organic Semiconductors in Water and Light”

WCMM Fellow Eric Glowacki, ITN
4 March at 13:15 in seminar room TP1, Building Täppan, Campus Norrköping
Info about his research at https://liu.se/en/research/organic-nanocrystals  

WCMM Clinical Arena - ”The skin’s innate reactivity: measure it, understand it, modify it”

16 January 2019
The Wallenberg Center for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) together with the research school and network Forum Scientium invites you to the first WCMM Clinical Arena. The goal is to increase the interactions between clinical and pre-clinical scientists in Linköping and Norrköping. You will listen to a scientist from the clinical area and to a WCMM Fellow, and you will meet Forum Scientium members and the WCMM Fellows and their research groups.
Wednesday 16 January 2019
between 16:40 and 17:25 (coffee will be served)
in seminar room Antracit, level 9, Northern entrance (nr 7), Campus US
”The skin’s innate reactivity: measure it, understand it, modify it”
presented by Professor Chris Anderson, Department of Dermatology
together with WCMM Fellow Rolf Saager, Biomedical Engineering
More info at:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chris_Anderson22
https://liu.se/en/employee/rolsa28

WCMM Seminar - "Novel metabolic regulators of haematopoietic stem cell biology and leukaemic transformation"

13 Dec 2018
Thursday 13 December at 11:15-12:15 in lecture hall Almen, entrance at Campus US
Dr. Kamil Kranc, Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London, UK
More info at https://www.bci.qmul.ac.uk/en/staff/item/kamil-r-kranc

The third annual WCMM-LiU symposium, an initiative focusing on the Medicine-Technology Interface

Thursday afternoon 6 December

First session - Structural Electrophysiology

Chairperson Fredrik Elinder, Division of Neurobiology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, LiU

13:15 – 13:50
“Capturing the dynamic structure of conducting ion channels with a new optical approach”
Antonios Pantazis, WCMM Fellow, Division of Neurobiology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, LiU

13:50 – 14:25
“Structural dynamics of voltage-gated ion channels and implications for health and disease”
Lucie Delemotte, SciLifeLab and KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

14:25 – 15:00
“Conformational flexibility of AMPA-type glutamate receptors - a functional perspective”
Jelena Baranovic, currently Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP), Berlin, Germany, later Edinburgh University, Scotland

Poster chosen for oral presentation

15:15– 16:15

Poster session with Coffee

Second session - Neurobiology and Brain Disorders

Chairperson Maria Engström, Division of Radiological Sciences, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, LiU

16:15 – 16:50

“A Swiss army knife to dissect disease”
Walker Jackson, WCMM Fellow, Division of Neurobiology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, LiU

16:50 – 17:25
“Prion behaviour of a low complexity domain in mammalian cells”
Ina Vorberg, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), Bonn, Germany

17:25 – 18:00
“Protein misfolding and fibril polymorphism in amyloid diseases”
Per Hammarström, Division of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering, LiU

18:00 – 18:15

Poster chosen for oral presentation

Friday 7 December

08:30 – 09:30
Poster session with coffee

Third session – Molecular Cell signalling

Chairperson Stefan Koch, WCMM Fellow, Division of Microbiology, Infection and Inflammation, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU

09:30 – 10:05
“Wnt Signalling at the Interface Between Development and Cancer
Claudio Cantú, WCMM Fellow, Division of Microbiology, Infection and Inflammation, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU

10:05 – 10:40
“The epitranscriptome: a new layer of gene expression regulation”
Francesca Aguilo, WCMM Fellow, Medical Biosciences, Umeå University, Sweden

10:40 – 11:15
“Correcting genetic liver diseases with CRISPR/Cas9-base editors”
Gerald Schwank, Molecular Health Sciences, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland

11:15 – 11:30

Poster chosen for oral presentation

11:30 – 12:30
Poster session

Fourth session – Imaging: from DNA to Tissue

Chairperson Francisca Lottersberger

WCMM Fellow, Division of Drug Research, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU

12:30 – 13:05
“Emerging Optical Techniques for Wide-Field, Quantitative Imaging of Tissue”
Rolf Saager, WCMM Fellow, Division of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, LiU

13:05 – 13:40
“Illuminating Genome Organization through integrated Microscopy and Sequencing”
Magda Bienko, Division of Translational Medicine and Chemical Biology, SciLifeLab, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

13:40 – 14:15
“Structural analysis of mammalian telomere replication”

Ylli Doksani, Institute of Oncology (IFOM), Milan, Italy

14:15 – 14:30
Poster chosen for oral presentation

14:30 – 14:45
Closing remarks

Mikael Sigvardsson

WCMM Seminar - "Atherosclerotic plaque prevention by targeted and controlled delivery of transglutaminase inhibitor"

Friday 9 Nov 2018
Dr Veli Cengiz Ozalp, Konya Food and Agriculture University, Department of Bioengineering, Konya, Turkey. More info at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Veli_Ozalp
Host: Frank Hernandez, https://liu.se/en/research/nat-lab
Time and Place: Friday 9 November at 15:15 in seminar room Jordan-Fermi (J402), Physics Building, Campus Valla.

"Finding a new diarrheal mechanism – a bedside to bench approach"

Wednesday 10 October 2018 at 14:00 in Lecture hall Linden Andreas Münch, MD PHD, University Hospital, Linköping and Stefan Koch, WCMM Fellow, Linköping University will present their research. More info about the presenters can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andreas_Muench and https://liu.se/en/employee/steko54

"Spectral Imaging in the Spatial Frequency Domain: Quantifying Physiologic Parameters within Structured In-Vivo Tissues"

Rolf Saager, IMT. For background see https://liu.se/en/employee/rolsa28

and

"A molecular genetic toolbox to dissect disease"

Walker Jackson, IKE. For background see https://liu.se/en/employee/walja90
13 June at 13:15 in Lecture Hall Planck, Physics Building, Campus Valla

"Regulatory principles underlying specification of neuronal sub-types"
Prof Stefan Thor, Dep Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Linköping University
16 May 2018, at 13:15 in lecture hall Linden, Campus US

“Dynamic proteins studied with NMR”
Björn Burmann, WCMM Fellow from Gothenburg University
25 April 2018, at 12-13 in lecture hall Nobel, B-building, Campus Valla

SciLifeLab platforms presented at Campus US
Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden (CBCS)
Drug Discovery and Development Plattform (DDD)
8 February 2018 at 15:15 in Lecture Hall Linden, Entrance 65, Campus US

Second annual WCMM Symposium
7–8 December 2017 in Lecture hall Hugo Theorell, North Entrance, Campus US, Linköping
Protein structure and protein pharma
Intro to session

Eleonore von Castelmur, WCMM Fellow, Division of Chemistry, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
“Structural Biology and Drug Discovery: Meeting the Challenges of Cancer and Infectious Disease”
Prof Sir Tom Blundell, Dep of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
“Structural biology in drug discovery: from fragment-based lead generation to biopharmaceuticals”
Dr Helena Käck, Discovery Sciences, AstraZeneca R&D, Sweden
“The proteasome deubiquitinase USP14 - a cancer drug target?”
Dr Padraig D´Arcy, Drug Research, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, LiU
“From target identification towards the clinic using a platform of biophysical techniques”
Dr Katherine Stott, Biophysics Facility, University of Cambridge, UK
“Development of ligands selective for Tau aggregates”
Dr Therése Klingstedt, Chemistry, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
Bioelectronics, biosensors, organ-on-a-chip
“Intro to session”

Eric Glowacki, WCMM Fellow, Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
“Bringing neurons to light with nano materials”
Yael Hanein, Professor, Micro and Nano Systems Laboratory, Tel Aviv University, Israel
“Neural Control of Inflammation”
Peder Olofsson, Senior Researcher, Cardiovascular Medicine, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden
Soft stretchable electronic materials and devices for interfacing of tissue
Klas Tybrandt, Research Fellow, Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
Personalized Medicine will radically improve health care within the next decade - a seamless, interactive seminar for basic and clinical researchers
Intro to session

Mikael Benson, Prof, Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Drug discovery and development for personalized medicine
Anna Sandström, AstraZeneca R&D
Omics for personalized medicine
Colm Nestor, ass prof, Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Single cell RNA sequencing for personalised medicine
Huan Zhang, MD, PhD, Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Bioinformatics for personalized medicine
Danuta Gawel, M.Sc. and Mika Gustafsson, Senior Lecturer, Bioinformatics, Faculty of Science and Engineering, LiU
Discussion
Led by Mikael Benson
Imaging
Intro to session

Anders Persson, CMIV and Division of Radiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
The remarkable potential of artificial intelligence for breast cancer histopathology
Jeroen AWM van der Laak, WCMM Guest Professor, Associate Professor, Computational Pathology, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Will emerging technologies replace the radiologist?
Anders Persson, Prof, CMIV and Division of Radiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Non-invasive liver biopsy
Mikael Forsgren, PhD, Radiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Digital pathology
Martin Hallbeck, Professor, Neurobiology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Closing remarks

Nobel Prize in Physics
“for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves"
Prof Olle Inganäs, IFM, Linköping
5 December at 12.15 - 13.00 in Lecture hall Schrödinger, Physics Building, Campus Valla

Nobel Prize in Medicine
“for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm”
Prof Stefan Thor, IKE, Linköping
28 November at 12.15 - 13.00 in Lecture hall Schrödinger, Physics Building, Campus Valla

“Cryo-Electron Microscopy for Molecular Imaging”
Dr Marta Carroni, National Cryo-EM facility, SciLifeLab, Stockholm visit us to give a seminar
27 November at 14.15 - 16.00 in Lecture hall Eken, entrance 65, level 9, Campus US

Nobel Prize in Chemistry
“for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution”
Dr Marta Carroni, Cryo-EM facility, SciLifeLab, Stockholm
27 November at 12.15 - 13.00 in Lecture hall Schrödinger, Physics Building, Campus Valla

“Moving parts of proteins: Understanding structure, function and voltage sensing using optical methods”
Antonios Pantazis, UCLA
20 June, starting at 15.00, Seminar room Belladonna, Campus US

LiU-WCMM-NTU (Singapore) workshop on Materials- and Nanoscience/engineering
A full day workshop/seminar of special interest for scientists with interest in the Medicine/Technology interface and for possible collaborations with Singapore.
12 June in lecture hall Planck, Physics Building, Campus Valla
Introductory talk: Prof. Bo Liedberg
Assoc. Prof. Feng Gao "The open-circuit losses in organic solar cells"
Assoc. Prof. Tze Chien Sum: "The Novel Photophysics of Halide Perovskites"
Prof. Kenneth Järrendahl: "Current and Future Studies of the Bouligand Structure"
Assoc. Prof. Ali Miserez: "Molecular Biomimetics: From Biology to Technology"
Prof. Jens Birch: "Structural and Optical Properties of Group-III Nitride Nanorods Grown by Reactive Magnetron Sputter Epitaxy"
Prof. Per Persson: "Advanced electron microscopy of MXenes - a new family of 2D materials"
Asst. Prof. Martial Duchamp: "In operando a TEM observations of solar cells and resistive switching memory devices"
Prof. Swee Hin Teoh: "Beyond bone grafting - the hope of tissue engineering"
Assoc. Prof. Daniel Simon: "Panbio-electronics"
Asst. Prof. Terry Steele: "Stimuli Sensitive Biomaterials and Biosensors"
Prof. Edwin Jager: "Electroactive polymers for bioelectronics and soft micro robotics"
Assoc. Prof. Thomas Ederth: "Interfacial chemistry of marine bioadhesion"
Asst. Prof. Dang Thuy Tram: "Controlled delivery of anti-inflammatory drugs for modulation of host response to implantable biomaterials and cell-based systems"
Assoc. Prof. Daniel Aili: "Tunable and bioresponsive soft nanomaterials"
Asst. Prof. Song Juha: (Tentative Title) "Biomimetic hierarchical and heterogeneous nano- and microstructured materials"
Assoc. Prof. Magnus Jonsson: "Gaining from losses with hybrid plasmonics"
Assoc. Prof. Suzhou Li: "Plasmonic Properties of Coupled Gold Nanostructures"
Prof. Kajsa Uvdal: "Multimodal nanomaterials combining luminescent magnetic and antioxidant properties"
Concluding Remarks

"Life on chips: Towards microfluidic-based human disease models"
Danny van Noort, IFM Biotechnology LiU
27 April 2017 at 15:15 in Lecture hall Linden, Campus US

Forum Forum
5 April 2017 at 15:15 - 17:30 in Lecture Hall Planck, Physics Building, Campus Valla
“Our distant relatives – how similar is our immunity to that of the amoeba?”
Maria Lerm, IKE Microbiology, Infection and Inflammation
“Radiogenomics – laying the puzzle of multi-level dynamics in biology"
Gunnar Cedersund, IMT Integrative Systems Biology
“From molecules to materials - and back again"
Daniel Aili, IFM Molecular Physics
“Integrative structural biology as a toolbox to explore viral entry"
Eleonore von Castelmur, IFM Structural Biology
"Wnt signaling in epithelial regeneration"
Stefan Koch, IKE Hematopoesis and Developmental biology
“Electronic Plants"
Eleni Stavrinidou, ITN Laboratory of Organic Electronics

"Unexpected functions of core Wnt signaling components"
Claudio Cantú, Institute of Molecular Life Science (IMLS), University of Zurich, Switzerland
21 March 2017 at 15.00 Seminar room Digitalis, Campus US

“Connecting the conformational dynamics of biomolecules to cellular processes via Markov state models”
Nuria Plattner, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
19 March 2017 at 12.00-13.00 in Lecture hall Nobel, B-Building, Campus Valla

“Soft Electronics”
Martin Kaltenbrunner, Soft Matter Physics, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
27 February 2017 at 15.15, in seminar room Röntgen, Physics Building, Campus Valla

“Back to basics - solutions for next generation electronics and bioelectronics from the 19th century dye chemistry”
Eric Glowacki, Laboratory of Organic Electronics, ITN
26 January 2017 at 15:15, in Lecture hall Planck, Physics Building, Campus Valla

“Muscle development, signaling and maintenance - potential link with cardiomyopathy.”
Stephan Lange, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Diego
15 December 2016 at CMIV, Campus US

First annual WCMM Symposium
8-9 December 2016 in Lecture hall Hugo Theorell, North Entrance, Campus US, Linköping
Bio-electronics and Biosensors
Chairperson Karin Wårdell, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
“Stretchable electronics for spinal cord stimulation and bladder control”
Janos Vörös (SAB), Laboratory of Biosensors and Bioelectronics, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland
“Bioorganic semiconductors”
Eric Glowacki (WCMM-fellow), Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
"Organic Neuroelectronics”
Daniel Simon (LiU), Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
“Peptide-based nanomaterials for biodetection, drug delivery and tissue engineering”
Daniel Aili (LiU), Division of Molecular Physics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
Tissue engineering, organ-on-a-chip
Chairperson Kajsa Uvdal, Division of Molecular Surface Physics and Nanoscience, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
"Organ-on-a-Chip assays for speeding-up drug development"
C-F Mandenius (LiU), Division of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
“Towards Improved Molecular and Regenerative Therapies to Combat Blindness”
Neil Lagali (LiU), Division of Neuro and Inflammation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
“Wnt signaling in health and disease – a loose cannon”
Stefan Koch (WCMM-fellow), Division of Microbiology and Molecular Medicine , Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Neuroscience
Chairperson Fredrik Elinder, Division of Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
“Neurodegeneration – mechanisms to medicines”
Giovanna Mallucci (SAB), Dept of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge , United Kingdom
"Studies of multiple levels of gene regulation from specific cell types of complex tissues"
Walker Jackson (WCMM-fellow), Division of Neuro and Inflammation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
“Neural pathways of affective touch”
India Morrison (LiU), , Division of Neuro and Inflammation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
“Ion channels – Mechanisms of disease-causing mutations and development of new pharmacological compounds”
Sara Liin (LiU), Division of Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
Imaging: from small to large
Chairperson Anders Persson, Division of Radiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
“From Personalized to Precision Imaging”
Gabriel Krestin (SAB), Department of Radiology at Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands
“New ways in the area of surgical navigation”
Erik Schkommodau (SAB), Institute for Medical and Analytical Technologies, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Basel, Switzerland
"DSB mobility and DNA repair: the role of 53BP1, the LINC complex and dynamic microtubules”
Francisca Lottersberger (WCMM-fellow), Division of Drug Research, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, LiU
“Understanding viral entry mechanisms through multi-level structural analysis”
Eleonore von Castelmur (WCMM-fellow), Division of Molecular Biotechnology, Faculty of Science & Engineering, LiU
Closing remarks

“Fluidics for life”
PhD. Alar Ainla, Whitesides Research Group, Harvard University, USA
24 November 2016, at 10.15 in Lecture hall Planck, Physics building, Campus Valla

“Deciphering the molecular path to acute myeloid leukaemia”
Sasan Zandi, University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
22 September 2016 at 8:30-9:30 in the Karl-Johan lecture room in the Oncology building, Campus US

“Quantifying tissue physiology and function in depth: Advancing the “specificity” of diffuse optical imaging using Spatial Frequency Domain Spectroscopy (SFDS)”
Rolf Saager, Beckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic, University of California – Irvine
3 June 2016 at Campus US

“Therapeutic potential of immunomodulation in cardiometabolic pathophysiology”
Emma Börgesson, UC San Diego, US
31 May 2016 in Belladonna, Campus US

Forum Forum
13 April 2016, 15:15 - 17:30 in Lecture hall Eken at Campus US
”Small RNAs transmit big epigenetic message: intergenerational reprogramming of metabolism”
Anita Öst, IKE Cell Biology
"Structure and functioning of ecological networks in a changing world"
Anna Eklöf, IFM Theoretical Biology
“Metals at the Nanoscale - Size matters"
Magnus Jonsson, ITN Physics and Electronics
"Abnormal heart rhythm - Why and how to restore normal rhythm?"
Sara Liin, IKE Cell Biology
"Can we diagnose patients before symptoms?"
Mika Gustafsson, IFM Bioinformatics
“Behavioral and brain correlates of affective touch”
India Morrison, IKE Neurobiology

“Harnessing nuclease biology for the development of diagnostic and therapeutic strategies”
Frank J. Hernandez, University of Basque Country and the Biodonostia Health Research Institute, San Sebastian, Spain
15 March 2016, at 10:15 in Planck, Physics Building, Campus Valla

From mucolipidosis type IV to Ebola: Insights into the function and pharmacology of endolysosomal cation channels
Christian Grimm, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU), Department Pharmazie Center for Integrated Protein Science Munich (CIPSM), Munich, Germany
10 March 2016 at 15.30-16.30 in Lecture hall Eken, Campus US

Targeting G-protein coupled receptors for drug therapy
Peter McCormick, William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
7 March 2016 at 14.00-15.00 in Lecture hall Eken, Campus US

"Selective vulnerability to neurodegenerative diseases”
Walker Jackson, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Bonn, Germany
4 March 2016, Time: 11:15-12:00 in Lecture hall Eken, Campus US

“Prototyping Microelectronics for Neural Implant”
Adam Williamson, INS - Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes, Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, France
2 March 2016, at 10:15 in Lecture hall Planck, Physics Building, Campus Valla

"DSBs mobility and DNA repair: 53BP1, the LINC complex and microtubules"  
Francisca Lottersberger, The Rockefeller University, New York, US
15 April 2016 at 13.00 in Lecture hall Linden, Campus US

“The uses, causes and consequences of non-genetic heterogeneity at multiple scales”
Lucas Carey, Group Leader, Single Cell Behavior lab, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
22 February 2016 at 12:15 in Lecture hall Linden, Campus US

“Exploring the evolutionary relationship of a picornavirus host factor and its viral homologs”
Eleonore von Castelmur, Netherland Cancer Institute, Amsterdam
17 February 2016 at 12.15-13.00 in Lecture hall Nobel, B-Building, Campus Valla

“Noise to signal - Towards the deconvolution of inflammatory signaling networks”
Stefan Koch, Division of Molecular Embryology, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany
16 February 2016 in Lecture hall Eken, Campus US

Pain and the reward circuitry
Petra Schweinhardt, Faculty of Dentistry and Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
25 January 2016, at 15.00-16.00

“Biointerfaces with organic micro- nanocrystals”
Eric Glowacki, Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria
17 January 2016, at 11.00-12.00 at ITN Norrkoping, Laboratory for Organic Electronics

“Integrating Electronics and Microfluidics Inside Porous Substrates”
Dr. Mahiar M. Hamedi, Whitesides Research Group, Harvard University, USA
4 December 2015 at 11.15-12 in Seminar room Mott, Physics Building, Campus Valla


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