Guest lectures and seminars - Page 8
By Malin Pinsky from Rutgers University, United States
Kåre I. Birkeland MD, PhD, Specialist in internal medicine and endocrinology and professor of internal medicine at Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo and senior physician at Oslo University Hospital.
A new OdysseyCLX instrument is installed at IBV in the 2nd floor of Kristine Bonnevies Hus. Join the training seminar and test infrared technology on your western blots.
This seminar is open for everyone at IBV. Coffee and boller will be served in the break.
12.30-16.30 One hour training sessions in small groups - Introduction to the instrument and software. Bring your own blot! Obligatory sign up for one hour training sessions here
Dagmar Frisch, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
Friday seminar by Marcin Piwczyński from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland
By Jukka Corander
By Robert M. Pringle from Princeton University
Open for all! Speakers: Corina E. Tarnita from Princeton University and Jan M. Nordbotten from Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen. This event is part of the University’s annual celebration.
Dr. Jeanette Leusen
University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherland
Welcome! Among others, the marine biologist and National Geographic explorer-in-residence Sylvia A. Earle will tell about "Exploring the Deep Frontier". Open for all.
By Stephanie M. Carlson
Stian Foss, Inger Sandlie group.
Centre for Immune Regulation (CIR) and Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, and Department of Immunology, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet
By David Houle from Florida State University
Professor Robert George Ramsay
Group Leader, (SPRF. Level E) Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre; Full Professor, The Sir Peter MacCallum Oncology Department, University of Melbourne, NHMRC SRF(B), Australia
What makes us us? Why do we react and process things differently, and how do things we experience shape us? And have you heard about the epigenetic clock that can predict your age? How does it work, and how can the epigenetic clock be used to study neuropsychiatric disorders? Find out more about what happens to epigenetic marks in the initial stages of mouse development.
Kine Marita Knudsen Sand
Centre for Immune Regulation (CIR) and Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, and Department of Immunology, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet.
By Fabienne Krauer from Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine (ISPM), University of Bern, Switzerland
By Martijn van de Pol & Callum Lawson
Dr. Athina Samara, J. Glover lab, Institutt for medisinske basalfag, UiO
Adriana Lopes dos Santos, Post Doc, Station Biologique, Roscoff, France
By Mike Benton (Note the time and venue!)
Prof. Vessela N. Kristensen
Cancer Genome Variation, Department of Genetics, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital and Department of Clinical Molecular Oncology, Division of Medicine, Akershus University Hospital
By Mikael Fortelius
Erwan Delbarre, PhD, Collas lab, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, UiO