BioNut Seminar Series
The BioNut Seminar Series is a seminar series where the different group leaders at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition invite and host seminars on Thursdays at 11:30 throughout the year.
The seminars are held in the building Neo in Flemingsberg.
After the seminars a limited number of sandwiches and drinks will be served on a “First come – first served” basis.
Seminar schedule 2022-2023
To be updated for 2023-2024.
The seminar schedule will be continuously updated with more details.
|September 1||Janne Johansson||Erna Möller, Neo||”Disassembling cellular organelles with mass spectrometry and artificial intelligence”||Michael Landreh, MTC, KI|
|September 15||Juha Kere||Gene, Neo||”Human pluripotent stem cells as a model of trophoblast differentiation”||Dr. Ras Trokovic, Stem Cells and Metabolism Research Program, University of Helsinki, Finland|
|September 22||Peter Svensson||Erna Möller, Neo||"Know your enemy: how to measure and characterize the HIV-1 reservoir"||Alexander Pasternak, Senior researcher, Department of Medical Microbiology, Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|September 29||Rune Toftgård||NB: 10:00. Gene, Neo||"PML, an unexpected effector of a variety of AML therapies"||Hugues de Thé, College de France|
|October 27||Maria Eriksson & Rongrong Fan||11.30-12.45. Jan-Åke Gustafssonsalen, Neo||"The editorial and publishing process in Nature Medicine, an editor’s perspective"||Anna Maria Ranzoni, Associate Editor Nature Medicine|
|November 4||Staffan Strömblad||NB: Friday 13:30, Gene, Neo||"Chemical evolution for taming the “pathogenic/aging” kinase PAK1"||Prof. Hiroshi Maruta PAK Research Center, Melbourne, Australia|
|November 11||Maria Eriksson||NB: Friday 15:00. Gene, Neo||"Clinical translation of genome editing tools"||Gerald Schwank, University of Zurich, Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology|
|November 24||Peter Swoboda||Gene, Neo||"In vitro neural models – predicting blood-brain barrier penetrance"||Anna Herland, KTH|
|December 8||Anna Rising, Janne Johansson||NB:14:00 Erna Möller, Neo||"Sustainable biosynthesis and molecular design of the structural proteins inspired by spider silk hierarchical structures"||Prof. Keiji Numata, RIKEN|
|January 19||Federico Pietrocola||Gene, Neo||“Harnessing immunological vulnerabilities of senescent cells in cancer therapy”||Federico Pietrocola|
|March 9||Marie Löf||Gene, Neo||"Digitalisation and sustainability: two hot topics in nutrition research"||Patricia Eustachio Colombo, Post doc, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine|
|March 30||Christian Riedel||Gene, Neo||“Metabolism in time and space: Inter-organ coordination of metabolic circadian rhythms”||Paul Petrus, Department of Medicine, Huddinge, KI|
|April 13||Staffan Strömblad||Gene, Neo||“Cellular fate determination through selective organelle segregation”||Pekka Katajisto, University of Helsinki and Karolinska Institutet|
|April 27||Ivan Nalvarte||Gene, Neo||"Next-generation reprogramming strategies toward pluripotency and disease-specific iPS cells in RIKEN cell bank"||Prof. Yohei Hayashi, RIKEN|
|May 4||Federico Pietrocola||Gene, Neo||TBA||Ingela Lanekoff, Uppsala universitet|
|May 25||Luca Jovine||Gene, Neo||Cancelled||Cancelled|
|June 15||Maria Eriksson||Gene, Neo||"Modelling neurological disorders using reprogramming and genome engineering"||Henrik Ahlenius, PhD, Lund Stem Cell Center|