To raise awareness of the technologies and expertise offered to researchers from all of Sweden, SciLifeLab organizes visits to universities around Sweden. During spring 2016, we will visit both Göteborg, March 17, and Umeå, April 6.
During these visits, you will get the opportunity to listen to platform presentations and hear real-life examples from current users of the platform’s facilities. A selection of the platforms represented will also arrange workshops or one-to-one meetings to stimulate discussions and answer questions regarding their services.
Register here The last day for registration is March 9.
(If the lecture hall is not full you are welcome to join even without a registration, however no lunch or coffee is included).
|09.00||Arrivals & coffee|
|09:30||What is SciLifeLab and how can SciLifeLab support your research?
Olli Kallioniemi, Director SciLifeLab
|10:00||Sequencing and genotyping on all scales at the National Genomics Infrastructure (NGI)
National Genomics Infrastructure (NGI) platform
|10:20||The national Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden (NBIS) – Support, Tools and Training
|10:40||Integration of Chalmers Infrastructure for Computational Systems Biology and the Platform for Bioinformatics at SciLifeLab
Systems Biology facility
|11:00||In-depth and large-scale protein profiling, analysis and imaging in tissues, cells and body fluids
Affinity Proteomics platform
|11:15||Small molecules to study and understand complex biological systems
Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden platform
|12:15||USER CASE SESSION|
|– Applying NGS to phylogenetics and biogeography (case study from NGI platform)
Tobias Hofmann, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg
– Metabolome analysis of mouse serum administered with human vaccine adjuvants
(case study from Bioinformatics platform)
Partho Sen, Biology and Biological Engineering/Systems Biology, Chalmers
– Protein array based screening for novel autoimmunity targets of ANCAs, anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies (case study from Affinity Proteomics platform)
Johan Bylund, Dept. of Oral Microbiology and Immunology, Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg
– Evaluation of a new antiviral target and mechanism for Coronavirus infections (case study from CBCS)
Anna Lundin, Dept. of Clinical Virology, University of Gothenburg
|13:15||The Drug Discovery and Development platform at SciLifeLab: Services provided and how to access these resources
Drug Discovery and Development platform
|13:30||Clinical diagnostics platform – where do we stand?
Clinical Diagnostics platform
|13:45||Integrative Clinical Genomics – Gothenburg; A SciLifeLab facility for introduction of next generation sequencing data into precision medicine in clinical care
Integrative Clinical Genomics facility
|13:50||Current and coming activities at the Structural Biology platform
Structural Biology platform
|14:05||NMR applications in life sciences
Swedish NMR Centre facility
|14:20||Swedish Metabolomics Centre: a platform within SciLifeLab dedicated for metabolite analysis
|14:35||Functional Genomics: high throughput experiments and single cell analyses
Functional Genomics platform
Olli Kallioniemi, Director SciLifeLab
|15:00||MINGLE, INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS & WORKSHOPS|
Get answers to your questions in one-to-one meeting with our facility personnel. Please indicate in your registration with which of the platforms you would like to meet. During the mingle sessions there will also be opportunities for spontaneous meetings.
|– Structural Biology|
|– Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden (CBCS)|
|– Drug Discovery and Development|
|– Functional Genomics|
|– National Genomics Infrastructure (NGI)|
|– Affinity Proteomics|
|– Clinical Diagnostics (venue: Tor Bjurström, Medicinaregatan 3b)|
Please indicate in your registration if you would like to attend any of these workshops.
– Karolinska High Throughput Center (Functional Genomics) – “CRISPR/Cas9 screening: introduction and services at the Karolinska High Throughput Center”
– Affinity proteomics in tissues, cells and body fluids. Possibilities and considerations on study design, sample preparation and scientific output
– Next-generation diagnostics paves the way for precision medicine
Venue: Tor Bjurström, Medicinaregatan 3b
Venue: Lecture hall KE in Chemistry building, Chalmers, Göteborg
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