This is a monthly seminar series where the focus is to present nanoscience applied to medical/biological questions.
121126 'Towards Next Generation Deep Brain Stimulation: WINCS, MINCS, and fMRI.' Assistant Prof Kevin E. Bennet, Neurosurgery Chair, Division of Engineering, Associate Prof Kendall H. Lee, Neurosurgery Director, Mayo Neural Engineering Laboratories Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA. Hillarp Hall (Retzius väg 8). Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120604 'Conformational analysis of neuro-receptor protein for biomimetic nanobio interface.' Prof Keiichi Torimitsu. NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Atsugi, Japan. Hillarp Hall (Retzius väg 8). Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120601 'Understanding Structure Function Relationships Using 2-Photon Microscopy' Prof Bruce A Molitoris. Indiana University, School of Medicine, USA. CMM, Karolinska Universitets Sjukhuset Hus L8 Solna (KS-ringen 6). Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120523 'Building the stem cell microenvironment in vitro using macromolecular crowding and boosting MSC proliferation and differentiation' Associate Prof Michael Raghunath, National University of Singapor. Hillarp Hall (Retzius väg 8). Host: Ana Teixeira Medical Nanoscience Center, CMB. Abstract
120427 'DNA Nanostructures as biocompatible carrier systems' Prof Tim Liedl, Ludvig-Maximilians Universität, Munchen, Germany. Tellus (Scheeles väg 1 5th Floor). Host: Björn Högberg , Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120319 'Injectable matrices recruiting endogenous stem cells to form new tissues' Prof Jöns Hilborn. Ångström laboratory, Uppsala University. Time 14:00. Atrium Hall (Nobels väg 12B). Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120301 'Blockage of IP3 receptor of Trypanosoma cruzi and malaria parasite (Plasmodium falciparum) results in dysregulation of cell cycle progression and cell death' Prof Tokeshi Mikoshiba, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan. Time 11:00. Tellus Hall (Dept of Neuroscience, Scheeles väg 1). Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120220 'Cell wall polysaccharide biosynthesis in plants and oomycetes - Emphasis on cellulose, (1→3)-b-d-glucan and chitin formation' Dr Vincent Bulone. KTH, Stockholm. Time 14:00. Rockefeller hall (Nobels väg 11). Host: Agneta Richter-Dahlfors Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
Are you a researcher with a medical or an engineering background, with a curiousity for what goes on in other reserach areas? Thinking, 'There might be applications out there that I haven't thought of'. If so, this is the seminar series for you!
The aim is to encourage interdisciplinary interactions, therefore, presentations will be held in an "easy-to-follow" language with plenty of time for questions.
Time 10:15 in Tellus hall (Dept of Neuroscience, Scheeles väg 1, A1-5)
121203 'Sounds of Silence', Professor Barbara Canlon
121001 'Striatal microcircuits underlying sensorimotor processing', Associate Professor Gilad Silberberg
120402 'Design of Functional materials - Degradable / Bioactive / Renewable', Associate Professor Ulrica Edlund
120206 'Making artificial corneas for transplantation', Professor May Griffith
Other seminars of interest
120210 'Providing insight on bio-molecular interactions with biological membranes by using supported lipid bilayers' Prof Tommy Nylander. Lund University, Lund. Time 13:00. Tellus Hall (Dept of Neuroscience, Scheeles väg 1). Host: Andreas Nyström, Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center. Abstract
120418 'IMM LECTURE: Understanding interactions of engineered nanomaterials with the immune system' Prof Bengt Fadeel. IMM. Time 14:00. Blå Hallen, IMM, Nobels väg 13. KI Calender