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.

Welcome!

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The seminars are held in the building Neo in Flemingsberg or streamed via Zoom or both. This will shown in the seminar schedule below and especially in the e-mail invitations sent out.
 
After the live-seminars a limited number of sandwiches and drinks will be served on a “First come – first served” basis.

 

Permanent Zoom Meeting ID for the seminar series, when they are on Zoom:

658 6014 5865

Seminar schedule 2021-2022

The seminar schedule will be continuously updated with more details.

Seminar schedule 2021-2022
Date Host Location Title Lecturer
September 9, 2021 Juha Kere Zoom and Erna Möller, Neo "Canine models of human disease” Hannes Lohi, University of Helsinki
September 16 Christian Riedel NB: new time; 14:00. Zoom and Erna Möller, Neo "A genome-wide in vivo mutagenesis screen reveals Stat1 and NFkB signaling as gatekeepers to prevent aneuploid cancer" Floris Foijer, UMCG, Laboratory of Genomic Instability in Development and Disease
September 23 Maria Eriksson Zoom and Erna Möller, Neo "Somatic mutation and clonal expansion in normal tissues" Inigo Martincorena, Sanger Institute, UK
September 30 Anna Rising Erna Möller, Neo and Zoom “Brain single cell analysis and why it matters for disease" Jens Hjerling-Leffler, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, KI
October 28 Andreas Lennartsson Zoom and Erna Möller, Neo "Deciphering transcriptional regulatory circuitries in healthy and diseased liver cells” Claudia Kutter, KI, MTC, Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab)
November 4 Ivan Nalvarte Erna Möller, Neo and Zoom "The role of autophagy in Alzheimer disease" Per Nilsson, NVS, Division of Neurogeriatrics, KI
December 2 Federico Pietrocola Erna Möller and Zoom "Cell cycle and senescence in mature human fat cells" Kirsty Spalding, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, KI
2022
January 13 Janne Johansson On Zoom only "The ubiquitin-proteasome system and stress granules: Brothers in arms?" Nico Dantuma, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, KI
January 20 Peter Swoboda On Zoom only "Targeting NAD+ for neuroprotection in glaucoma" Pete Williams, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Division of Eye and Vision
February 3 Peter Svensson On Zoom only "What are the HIV-1 landing pads in nuclear architecture? Genome architecture and HIV-1 integrationial biases" Marina Lusic, Heidelberg University
February 10 Maria Eriksson On Zoom only "Vascular smooth muscle cell plasticity" Helle Jørgensen, University of Cambridge, Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
March 24 Christian Riedel Erna Möller, Neo "Establishment of tissue-specific transcriptional and epigenetic states" Mattias Mannervik , Department of Molecular Biosciences, The Wenner-Gren Institute, Stockholm University.
April 7 Luca Jovine Erna Möller, Neo "Molecular crosstalk between fate determination and orientation in epithelial cell divisions" Dr. Marina Mapelli, Department of Experimental Oncology, European Institute of Oncology, Milano
April 28 Marco Gerling Zoom only "Spatial, temporal, and functional heterogeneity of tumor, stromal, and immune cells and their interactions linked to anti-PD1 inhibitor and CD19 CAR-T cell therapy response - single cell and spatial transcriptome approaches" Tae Hyun Hwang, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida, USA
May 5 Staffan Strömblad Erna Möllersalen, Neo “The MeshCODE theory – does the brain store memories in binary format?” Dr. Ben Goult, University of Kent
May 19 Cecilia Williams Zoom only "Transcriptional control of membrane lipid by the nuclear receptor LXR: novel mechanism of T cell modulation" Dr. Inés Pineda Torra, CABIMER, Spain
June 2 Eckardt Treuter NB: new time 14:00, Gene "Elucidating the epigenome dynamics of pluripotency and lineage commitment" Simon, Elsässer, Science for Life Laboratory, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, Karolinska Institutet
June 9 Ivan Nalvarte Jan-Åke Gustafssonsalen and Zoom "The neuroimmunomodulation theory of Alzheimers disease: Impacts on its early detection and prevention" Professor Ricardo B. Maccioni, MD, PhD, Faculties of Medicine and Sciences of the University of Chile.
June 16 Luca Jovine TBA TBA TBA