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Campus Solna Science talks 2021

June 14, 2021 - June 16, 2021
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Campus Solna Science talks 2021

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June 14 @ 08:00 June 16 @ 17:00 CEST

SciLifeLab Campus Solna symposium is designed to inform the community about recent work, provide an opportunity for scientists to present ongoing research, and introduce new fellows. 

To create an open environment that encourages the unrestrained sharing of ongoing research and unpublished work, the taking of screen shots, video or audio recording is not allowed during the presentations. Of course, taking written notes is fine.

For details please email science.talks@scilifelab.se

Program

Monday, June 14

09:00Opening note – Welcome to Science Talks, Per Ljungdahl, SciLifeLab Campus Solna Director
Bioimaging
Chair: Per Ljungdahl
09:05Ilaria Testa (KTH), A new observable window into living cells at high spatio-temporal resolution
09:15Taras Sych (KI), Biophysical characterization of nano-sized physiological lipid particles with fluorescence flucutuometry
09:25Linnea Nordahl (KTH), Interactions within the Na/K-ATPase
09:35Hans Blom (KTH), Diagnosis of kidney diseases with all scale optical microscopy
09:45Q&A with speakers
10:00Break
Cellular and Molecular Biology
Chair: Marcel Tarbier
10:10Lucie Delemotte (KTH), Elucidation of G protein-coupled receptor activation via data-driven modeling
10:20Alexey Amunts (SU), Structural studies of bioenergetic complexes
10:30Fitz Gerald S. Silao (SU), Proline assimilation is intrinsic to the opportunistic ecophagy of Candida albicans-infected hosts
10:40Paul Hudson (KTH), Engineering the microbial Calvin cycle for bio-sustainability applications
10:50Q&A with speakers
11:05Break
Cellular and Molecular Biology
Chair: Vicent Pelechano
11:15Eleni Gelali (KI), Deconwolf: a free deconvolution software that can facilitate imaging-based spatially resolved omics
11:25Lukas Käll (KTH), Survival Analysis Based on Cancers’ Pathway Activity
11:35Maurice Grube (KI), Small molecule activation of OGG1 increases base excision repair by gaining a new enzymatic function
11:45Banushree Kumar (KI), Function of PRC2 in naïve and primed human pluripotency
11:55Q&A with speakers
12:10End of day

Tuesday, June 15

Nucleic Acids and Multi-omics
Chair: Alexey Amunts
09:00Opening note
09:05Stefania Giacomello (KTH), Understanding the impact of spaceflight on mouse brain and heart by using spatial multiomics methods
09:15Marc Friedländer (SU), Ancient RNA – possibilities and challenges
09:25Christian Sommerauer (KI), Are female sex hormones the key to preventing liver diseases?
09:35Claudia Kutter (KI), High resolution RAPseq identifies functional propensities of RNA binding proteins in diseases and species evolution
09:45Q&A with speakers
10:00Break
10:10Paula Pierozan (SU), re common per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances linked to breast cancer? -mechanistic studies by high-content screening and DNA methylation analysis
10:20Kristoffer Sahlin (SU), Strobemers: an alternative to k-mers for sequence comparison, clustering, and alignment
10:30Alisa Alekseenko (KI), OPUS-seq: One Pot Double Stranded UMI Sequencing
10:40Lilit Nersisyan (KI), RNA degradation analysis reveals ribosome dynamics in complex microbiome samples
10:50Q&A with speakers
11:05Break
Nucleic Acids and Multi-omics
Chair: Vaishnovi Sekar
11:15Cecilia Williams (KTH), Colorectal cancer development: sex differences and impact of estrogen
11:25Erik Sonnhammer (SU), Network-based pathway analysis and drug repurposing, with application to COVID-19
11:35Jean Hausser (KI), Quantitative principles of tumor micro-architecture
11:45Boyang Guo (KTH), The perfect fit: enzyme and substrate conformations in plastic degradation
11:55Q&A with speakers
12:10End of day

Wednesday, June 16

Epidemiology and Diagnostics
Chair: Lucie Rodriguez
09:00Opening note
09:05Petter Brodin (KI), Human systems immunology
09:15Ludvig Larsson (KTH), Molecular characterization of the mouse intestine
09:25Jochen Schwenk (KTH), Decoding clinical heterogenity with the circulating proteome
09:35Tea Dodig-Crnkovic (KTH), Multiplexed analysis of the GPCR-RAMP interactome
09:45Q&A with speakers
10:00Break
Epidemiology and Diagnostics
Chair: Aditi Shenoy
10:10Peter Nilsson (KTH), Development of a multiplex COVID-19 serology
10:20Mats Nilsson (SU), The single sell- and spatial biology platform
10:30Isabelle Leo (KI), Using proteomics to guide translational study of biology and biomarkers in childhood ALL
10:40Aman Russom (KTH), Life at the micro- and nanoscale: microfluidics for clinical applications
10:50Q&A with speakers
11:05Break
New Recruitments
Chair: Disa Hammarlöf
11:15Iskra Pollak Dorocic (SU), Deciphering the molecular, anatomical and functional diversity of neuromodulatory neurons
11:25Anniina Vihervaara (KTH), Coordinating transcription at physically-linked genes and enhancers in stress and development
11:35Saeed Shoaie (KTH), Global and temporal state of human microbiome
11:45Tuuli Lappalainen (KTH), Functional variation in the human genome: lessons from the transcriptome
11:55Q&A with speakers
12:10Science communication Awards
Olli Kallioniemi, Director SciLifeLab
12:15Closing note
Olli Kallioniemi, Director SciLifeLab