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Brown Bag Lunch

"In-house Labs & Resources"

A new ’Brown bag’ series for researchers about research infrastructure at Lund University. Welcome to join in for short presentations and learn how to access in-house resources! Sandwiches and drinks will be served on a first come, first served basis. No registration required. With support from The Faculty of Medicine and MoReLife, Lund University

Who is it for?

The series is open to all researchers (PhD students, post-docs, visiting staff, permanent staff) at Lund University and aims to be a learning platform about accessible in-house infrastructure resources such as labs, facilities and expertise. Researchers from all faculties and centers are welcome to join!

Brown Bags spring 2020

MAR 17


CANCELLED - Stem cell infrastructure theme


  • Fredrik Ek (Small Molecule Screening Platform)
  • Pia Johansson (CRISPR)
  • Xiaojie Xian (viral vector core)
  • Ulrich Pfisterer (single cell genomics)
  • moderator Susanne Iwarsson

Hyllan (above Stamstället), BMC Sölvegatan 19, Lund

Brown Bags fall 2019

OCT. 8  - 12:00

Resources in population research and bioinformatics

Lund University has a growing body and variety of population data and bioinformatic resources open for researchers to use. Learn more about how to access and use these for your research projects.

• Bioinformatic resources at Lund university - Karin Engström
• Lund University Population Research Platform - Anna Axmon
• EpiHealth - Jonas Björk

Hyllan (above Stamstället), BMC Sölvegatan 19, Lund

Brown Bags spring 2019 

MAY 7 - 12:00

Computational resources for life sciences at LUNARC

Computational resources for life sciences at LUNARC provide tools, workflows, and liberate researchers from doing system administration to do research instead. LUNARC and hosted infrastructures provides easy access to your large datasets, enables faster analysis, and provides supported software for e.g. bioinformatics, structural biology and image analysis. Presenters Anders Sjöström, LUNARC, Shamit Soneji, Sonja Aits and Lotta Happonen.

Hyllan (above Stamstället), BMC Sölvegatan 19, Lund

APRIL 2 - 12:00

Single particle cryo-electron microscopy − a technique in medical research that is here to stay!

Curious about the Nature Method of the year 2015, the technique behind the Nobel Price in Chemistry 2017 and the method that triggered an on-going revolution in how to understand molecular structures such as proteins, protein complexes, and protein-ribonucleic acid associations with potential for wide scale pharmaceutical solutions for treating diseases and disorders?

Join us at CRC the 2nd of April to learn more about the potential of the method and about the opportunities for single-particle cryo-electron microscopy at Lund University and SciLifeLab! Presenters: Presenters: Lotta Happonen, Jens Lagerstedt, Karin Lindkvist & Pål Stenmark

"Balkongen" CRC, Jan Waldenströms gata 35, Malmö

MARCH 14 - 12:00

Genomics & Transcriptomics - How to access in-house resources for NGS, microarrays and gene expression analysis

Presentations by Ingrid Wilson & Marcus Heidenblad, Center for Translational Genomics (CTG) Pia Chassale & Lina Olsson, SCIBLU Genomics. SCIBLU genomics offers a variety of technologies for gene expression analysis, from complete Transcriptomics microarrays, to targeted analysis of specific biological pathways using Nanostring.

Short presentations + Q & A • Bring your questions and research ideas • Sandwiches and drinks will be served on a first come, first served basis • No registration required.


Hyllan, BMC Sölvegatan 19, Lund

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