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.

 

Program

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