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 January 31.
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Jonas Bergquist, Stefan Bertilsson, Sebastian Deindl, Sonchita Bagchi, Olof Idevall, Patric Jern, Oskar Karlsson Lindsjö, Jan Komorowski, Pär Matsson (chairman) Aris Moustakas, Jessica Nordlund and Alexander Sang-Jae Suh.
2018-01-15 15:15 - 16:00, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Gregory Schneider, New sequencing techniques
Gregory Schneider is a Tenure Track assistant professor at the University of Leiden that recently was awarded. His research activities put chemistry at the center of 2D materials research with the major goal of understanding and rationalizing molecular transport through (nanoporous) two dimensional membranes. We will speak about “Next next generation of DNA sequencing platforms: Two Dimensional Nanopores and Nanogaps”
2018-01-22 15:15 - 16:00, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Eduardo Rocha, Horizontal Gene Transfer
Eduardo Rocha is a senior scientist at CNRS, head of the Microbial Evolutionary Genomics lab at Pasteur Institute. He studies how natural selection for interactions between molecular systems and the DNA drives genome organization, and how the latter is challenged genome dynamics resulting from selection for diversification and innovation. He will speak about “Horizontal Gene Transfer: control, organisation, and functional innovation”
2018-01-25 08:30, Symposium | Uppsala
8th Symposium on Pharmaceutical Profiling in Drug Discovery and Development
This symposium is hosted by the Department of Pharmacy, Uppsala University. This year’s program is focused on omics, predictive pharmacokinetics and new advances in drug delivery and discovery. The meeting is free of charge. Abstract submission deadline: January 6. Registration deadline: January 15.
2018-02-07 09:00 - 13:00, Symposium | Stockholm
Symposium: Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy
The Advanced Light Microscopy facility at SciLifeLab cordially welcome you to an symposium covering applications of advanced fluorescence microscopy methods from world leading experts. Register before January 23, 2018 by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Symposium program
2018-02-12 15:15 - 16:00, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Lili Milani, T cell Autoimmune Mechanisms
Lili Milani is a SciLifeLab fellow at Uppsala University. Her main areas of research have been pharmacogenomics and epigenomics, particularly analysing genetic and epigenetic regulation of gene expression in different cell types and tissues. She will speak about “Pathogenic implications for autoimmune mechanisms derived by eQTL analyses in CD4+ and CD8+ T cells”
2018-03-12 15:15 - 16:00, 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”
2018-05-02 15:15 - 16:00, Seminar | Uppsala
SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series, Anna Gloyn, Diabetes Causal Mechanisms
Anna Gloyn is Professor at the Oxford Centre for Diabetes Endocrinology & Metabolism and the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics at the University of Oxford. She will speak about: “Using human genetics & genomics to unravel causal mechanisms for diabetes.”
2018-05-28 15:15 - 16:00, 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”