HBS Guest Seminar Series

 

Spring 2018

 

Seminars are open for everyone without registration. Welcome!

HBS Guest Seminar Series is organized by the Health and Biosciences Doctoral Programme. The topics are intended to cover all Health and Biosciences related disciplines. The seminars are targeted to all doctoral students, researchers and clinicians across Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, Dentistry, Health Sciences and Biology.

Interested to discuss more with the speaker? – To arrange a time slot during the visit in Oulu, please contact the corresponding host or Ritva Saastamoinen.

Notice for doctoral students: Doctoral students can collect credits (ECTS) by participating in these seminars (10 seminar hours equals to 0.5 ECTS). The UniOGS recommendations of ECTS can be found here: http://www.oulu.fi/uniogs/recommendations_of_ects

Contact: Ritva Saastamoinen, HBS-DP coordinator, ritva.saastamoinen(at)oulu.fi, tel. 0294 486102

 

**** Coffee is served during the networking session before the seminars – be there on time! ****

Programme in PDF-format

 

Time  Place Speaker Title of the Talk

April 19 

15:15-16:00             

F202   

Ville-Veikko Telkki

University of Oulu, Faculty of Science

What kind of perspectives could advanced NMR methods provide for biochemistry and medicine?

May 3

15:15:-16:00

F202

Vilja Pietiäinen

Institute for Molecular medicine Finland, FIMM, University of Helsinki

Precision cancer medicine of solid tumors: functional drug profiling of patient-derived cander cell models

May 16 

15:15-16:00     

 

F202

Mauno Vihinen

Lund University, Sweden                                  

Accurate prediction methods for variation interpretation - clinical and bioinformatic perspective

June 12

15:15-16:00 

 

F202

Christos Pantelis

University of Melbourne, Australia

Trajectories of brain change in psychosis: Impact of risk and resilience factors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past programme, Autumn 2017: 

PDF-format: Programme for Health and Biosciences Guest Seminar Series, Autumn 2017

 

Last updated: 12.4.2018