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Alla händelser 19 Mars och framåt

  • LUDC/DPLU Diabetes Research Day
    Startar: 2019-03-19 Kl 13:00
    Pågår till: Kl 18:00

    LUDC/DPLU annual Diabetes Research Day will be arranged March 19th in Agardh Lecture Hall, CRC, SUS Malmö. The prestigous "Leif C. Groop award" will be handed out, and you are welcome to listen to many interesting lectures.
  • LUDC seminar: Extremism can be useful
    Startar: 2019-03-20 Kl 09:00
    Pågår till: 2019-03-21 Kl 14:00

    The large-scale genome-wide association studies significantly contributed to the identification of a substantial number of genetic variants associated with complex metabolic conditions such as obesity and diabetes. Nevertheless, given that many of the genomic loci reside in the non-coding regions it is very difficult to design appropriate biological experiments for functional validation. Recent evidence from a number of successful examples from genotype-based recall demonstrated not only validity of the genomic discoveries and but also illuminated novel biological mechanisms through detailed targeted physiological investigations in these extreme individuals. How to unmask the most impactful categories of phenotypic and genotypic extremes will be discussed during our joint LUDC/UiB/FIMM meeting “Extremism can be useful” at CRC in Malmö, CRC.
  • Malmö Cancer Seminars
    Startar: 2019-03-20 Kl 12:00
    Pågår till: Kl 13:00

    Speaker: Ulrika Axelsson, Deputy Director CREATE Health, Translational Cancer Center, Lund University
    Title: “Resilience and disease progression - Does the body and mind axis affect outcome?”
  • Forum Medicum - aktuell information
    Startar: 2019-03-20 Kl 14:45
    Pågår till: Kl 16:20

    Håll dig uppdaterad om vad som händer kring Forum Medicum.
  • Developments in epidemiology and biomarker research A life-course perspective
    Startar: 2019-03-21 Kl 10:00
    Pågår till: 2019-03-22 Kl 12:00

    Research symposium organised by: The Strategic Research Area (SRA) Epidemiology for Health (EpiHealth) at Lund and Uppsala Universities in collaboration with OLINK Proteomics AB, Uppsala, Sweden
  • StrokeSyd Seminar
    Startar: 2019-03-21 Kl 15:00
    Title: Moving stroke rehabilitation forward: What are the next steps?
    Speaker: Gert Kwakkel, Professor of Neurorehabilitation, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine VU University Medical Centre Amsterdam,The Netherlands.
  • Disputation: Kristine Lund i ämnet hälsovetenskap med inriktning arbetsterapi
    Startar: 2019-03-22 Kl 13:00
    Avhandlingens titel: Balancing Everyday Life. Exploring change following an activity-based lifestyle intervention for mental health service users.
  • Crafoords vetenskapslunch - epilepsi
    Startar: 2019-03-27 Kl 12:00
    Pågår till: Kl 13:00

    Titel: Har jag haft ett epileptiskt anfall?
    Föreläsare: Christine Ekdahl Clementson, forskare vid avdelningen för klinisk neurofysiologi och Lunds epilepsicentrum, Institutionen för kliniska vetenskaper.
  • Konsul Th C Bergh's Foundation invites to a scientific symposium 28th March: Precision Medicine in Allergy and Asthma – New Possibilities?
    Startar: 2019-03-28 Kl 09:15
    Pågår till: Kl 16:30

    Internationally renowned researchers from Sweden and abroad will present and discuss the latest research findings in the area of precision medicine.

  • Disputation: Nicolai Skovbjerg Arildsen i ämnet klinisk medicin med inriktning experimentell onkologi
    Startar: 2019-03-28 Kl 13:00
    Avhandlingens titel: Hunting a Silent Killer. Biomolecular Approaches in Ovarian Cancer

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Katrin Ståhl, kommunikatör

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