The research conducted at the Department of Laboratory Medicine is of immediate significance to human health. An important part of the department's work is to contribute the specialised skills needed for the training of future healthcare personnel. 

Calendar

Datum Event
27 Sep 2016 - 14:00 Seminar - EFdA, a highly potent antiviral that blocks translocation of HIV Reverse Transcriptase
28 Sep 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Human microbiome and ecology of new antimicrobial agents
05 Oct 2016 - 10:00 Dissertation - Mohammed Almuhayawi
05 Oct 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Presentation of PhD-project: The role of CNS-active and cardio-vascular drugs and CYP2D6-inhibitors in fall-related injuries: a national register-based study
12 Oct 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Minimally invasive CYP3Amarkers: new tools to assess in vivo CYP3A-metabolism of endogenous compounds and drugs
14 Oct 2016 - 10:00 Dissertation - Salah Zangenah
19 Oct 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Effectiveness of a Text Message-Based (SMS) Maternal mHealth intervention to improve clinical outcomes of HIV-positive pregnant women in Johannesburg, South Africa
19 Oct 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Effectiveness of a Text Message-Based (SMS) Maternal mHealth intervention to improve clinical outcomes of HIV-positive pregnant women in Johannesburg, South Africa
02 Nov 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Present and future collaboration with pharmacological and pharmacotherapeutic experts in academia and in health-care in Sweden
16 Nov 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: A prospective 6-month study on efavirenz combination therapy in 3 to 12 years old in Uganda: preliminary results on drug disposition, pharmacogenetics, resistance patterns and clinical outcome
23 Nov 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: New long-acting anti-HIV-drugs to handle drug resistance development in Europe and globally: potentials and risks
30 Nov 2016 - 14:30 Open Scientific Seminar Series: Global antibiotic use and resistance: public health implications