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SciLifeLab-DAY August 26th

Challenges and development in the field of life science
-How to use the SciLifeLab resources in your research

Welcome to attend the first joint Uppsala-Stockhom SciLifeLab-DAY, an event where you can learn more about the new national SciLifeLab. In addition to inspiring talks, you will have a unique opportunity to learn how to use the SciLifeLab resources in your research during interactive meetings with the technology platforms.



Hall B8 and B10 at BMC, Husargatan 3, Uppsala

8.15-9.00 Registration and Coffee (B10)

9.00-9.15 Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, Uppsala University and Broad Institute, “The new national SciLifeLab”

Session: Technology development

9.20-9.50 Ruedi Aebersold, ETH Zurich, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, “Quantitative proteomics and network biology”

9.55-10.15 Mats Nilsson, Stockholm University, “In situ sequencing for RNA analysis in preserved tissue and cells”

10.15-10.40 Coffee Break (B10)

Session: Molecular diseases

10.40-11.00 Anna Wedell, Karolinska Institutet,“Inborn Errors of Metabolism: from genes to treatment in biochemical genetics”

11.05-11.25 Maria Falkenberg Gustafsson, University of Gothenburg, “Mechanisms of DNA replication in human mitochondria”

Session: Environmental challenges

11.30-11.50 Stenbjörn Styring, Uppsala University “Natural and artificial photosynthesis for solar fuels production”

11.55-12.15 Stefan Jansson, Umeå University, “The Norway spruce genome and conifer genome evolution”

12.15- 13.15 Lunch (B10)

Session: How can you use the SciLifeLab resources in your research?

13.15- 13.25 General lecture: Maria Sörby, Uppsala University “From idea to publication using the technology platforms at SciLifeLab”

Case studies

13.25-13.35 Imaging: Elena Vikström, Linköping University, “How bacteria talk to each other and our cells”

13.35- 13.45 Genomics: Åsa Melhus, Uppsala University Hospital, “How whole genome sequencing can solve clinical problems”

13.45-13.55 Proteomics, Sara Lind, Uppsala University, “Combined proteomics for cancer relevant case studies – opportunities by SciLifeLab”

14.00- 16.00 Interactive meetings with the technology platforms: FAQs

Organizer: SciLifeLab