Seminars & symposia
SciLifeLab hosts a number of stand-alone seminars as well as a distinguished speaker seminar series:
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series
At the biomedical center in Uppsala the “SciLifeLab The Svedberg” seminar series is from spring 2015 running every other week. This seminar series has a history from the middle of the 70s and a committee invites leading scientist from Sweden and worldwide to hold research seminars within the field of bioscience. The SciLifeLab The Svedberg Seminar series is also a research course for graduate students. By attending ten seminars, one higher education credit is achieved. More information about how to attend the course can be found at the course website.
The seminar series is now open for new nominations! Nominate your speaker via this form latest February 12.
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Jonas Bergquist, Stefan Bertilsson, Sebastian Deindl, Sonchita Bagchi, Marcel den Hoed, Olof Idevall, Patric Jern, Oskar Karlsson Lindsjö, Jan Komorowski, Pär Matsson (chairman), Jessica Nordlund and Alexander Sang-Jae Suh.
2018-07-03 13:00 - 2018-07-03 14:00, Seminar | Visby
Almedalen: Ökad tillgänglighet till nationell forskningsinfrastruktur inom life science
Hög tillgänglighet för svenska forskare till nationell forskningsinfrastruktur vid våra universitet är en förutsättning för Sveriges fortsatta konkurrenskraft som forskningsnation inom life science. På vilka sätt är tillgängligheten begränsad idag och hur skall en ökad tillgänglighet uppnås?
2018-08-14 - 2018-08-17, Seminar | Stockholm
Model building and refinement using cryo-EM maps: Coot, Phenix, Rosetta, Refmac.
The advanced CryoNet workshop is aimed at students and postdocs who have obtained high-resolution cryo-EM maps and currently in the process of model building and refinement. Alongside lectures and tutorials, ample contact time will be provided to discuss practical issues in detail, therefore participants are expected to bring their own data. The software will be presented in the context of large and […]
2018-08-27 10:00 - 2018-08-27 11:00, Seminar | Stockholm
Venki Ramakrishnan career discussion with students and postdocs
Venki Ramakrishnan will give an account of his career path and discuss with students and postdocs at 10.00am in the SciLifeLab Air&Fire auditorium. Since the number of places is limited, please register below to participate in this session.
2018-08-27 16:00 - 2018-08-27 17:00, Seminar | Stockholm
Inaugural Sjöstrand Lecture in structural biology by Venki Ramakrishnan
Venki Ramakrishnan will give the lecture entitled ’Termination of translation in bacteria and eukaryotes’ on Monday 27th August 2018 at 4.00pm in the Biomedicum Lecture Theatre.
2018-09-03, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Oliver Brüstle, Programming NCSs
Oliver Brüstle, MD, is Professor of Reconstructive Neurobiology at the University of Bonn. He is also Co-Founder and Scientific Director of LIFE & BRAIN GmbH, a biomedical enterprise serving as translational hub of the University of Bonn Medical Center. He will speak about “Programming NSCs for disease modeling and therapy development”
2018-09-19 09:00 - 2018-09-19 16:30, Symposium | Uppsala
SAVE THE DATE – Data Management for Human Genomics Workshop
The SciLifeLab Data Centre and NBIS invites to a workshop in Data Management for Human Genomics, aimed at researchers in life sciences.
2018-09-20, Symposium | Stockholm
Artificial Intelligence Meets Life Sciences – 5th RIKEN-KI/SciLifeLab Symposium
This symposium series is organized between RIKEN in Japan, the Karolinska Institute and SciLifeLab. The symposia alternate between RIKEN and SciLifeLab. The 2018 symposium will be the fifth one and will be held at SciLifeLab. The overall main goals of the symposia are a) to identify common scientific interests between RIKEN and SciLifeLab b) to […]
2018-10-01 15:15 - 2018-10-01 16:30, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Sarah Kocher, Evolution of social behavior
Sarah integrates methods from many different areas of biology to study the evolution of animal behavior. She received her Ph.D. in Genetics from North Carolina State University with Drs. Christina Grozinger and Trudy Mackay, where she studied the underpinnings of queen-worker interactions in honey bees. As a postdoc at Harvard with Naomi Pierce and Hopi Hoekstra, she began to explore the genetic and ecological factors shaping variation in social behavior in halictid bees. She will talk about “Harnessing natural variation to study the evolution of social behavior”
2019-05-20, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Gene Robinson, Honey bee Sociogenomics
Gene E. Robinson is a professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. His research group uses the Western honey bee, Apis mellifera, to understand the mechanisms governing social behavior. He will speak about “Honey Bees and the Genetic Roots of Social Life”