SciLifeLab researchers contribute to almost two scientific publications every day. At this event, we put forward the work behind a few of our most exciting high-impact papers.
As a national center, SciLifeLab offer techniques and know-how to Swedish researchers within molecular biosciences. Come meet our platforms and learn about our services.
The event features top proteome scientists, such as Catherine Costello, Bernhard Küster, Matthias Mann, and Mathias Uhlén. Also, Olli Kallioniemi, the soon-to-be Director of SciLifeLab, will present his research in personalized medicine.
To explore the interplay between art and science, we have invited artists with connection to, or inspiration from, SciLifeLab scientific endeavours to exhibit their work.
Registration is now closed.
8.30 Registration – with coffee
9.30 Welcome words by Mathias Uhlén, Director of SciLifeLab
9.45 The human proteome:
Mass spectrometry-based proteomics for biology and for the clinic
Matthias Mann, Professor and Director at Max-Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany
Protein Post-translational Modifications as Markers of Oxidative Stress
Catherine Costello, Professor at Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USA
Human Proteomes – From Basic Science to Understanding Drug Action
Bernhard Küster, Professor at Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany
Tissue-based map of the human proteome
Mathias Uhlén, Professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
12.00 Lunch and poster session
13.30 SciLifeLab scientific highlights:
Exome and genome sequencing for clinical diagnosis of inherited disorders
Anna Wedell, Professor at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
The Human Metabolic Atlas: A resource for studying metabolic diseases
Jens Nielsen, Professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Two meters in ten micrometers? Let’s have a closer look.
Magda Bienko, SciLifeLab Fellow and PhD at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Mosaic Loss Of chromosome Y (LOY), cancer risk, and smoking; explanation to why males live shorter than females?
Jan Dumanski, Professor at Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Mass Cytometry – The Systems Biology of a Million Single Cells
Petter Brodin, PhD at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
15.30 Coffe break with poster session
16.00 Personalized genomics:
Personalized medicine research and real-time translation to patient care: from leukemias to solid tumors
Olli Kallioniemi, Professor at FiMM, Helsinki, Finland and incoming Director of SciLifeLab
16.45 Concluding remarks from Kerstin Lindblad-Toh and and Mathias Uhlén (Co-director and Director of SciLifeLab)
17.00 Evening mingle event with food and drinks
We offer bus transportation from SciLifeLab Uppsala to Aula Medica, KI Campus Solna in the morning and back either in the afternoon or in the evening after our mingle event. Reserve your seat when filling in the registration form.
For more information about the SciLifeLab Day on April 29, please contact: susanna.appel@localhost
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