06 December 2021

As a part of the recruitment process for two group leader positions in data driven life science (DDLS), the top candidates will give digital seminars.

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Putting data driven life science research in Sweden on the map. ipopba

When: 16:30-18:30, December 6, 7 and 8.
Where: Zoom 

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Meeting ID: 642 9327 3588
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One position is in Cell and Molecular Biology and one in Precision Medicine and Diagnostics. DDLS is a 3.1 BSEK program from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW). The SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS) is a 12-year initiative funded with a total of 3.1 billion SEK from the KAW.

The purpose of the program is to recruit and train the next-generation of data-driven life scientists and to create globally leading computational and data science capabilities in life science in Sweden.

Furthermore, the program aims to strengthen collaborations between universities, bridge the research communities of life sciences and data sciences, and create partnerships with industry, healthcare and other national and international actors. The DDLS program will focus on four strategic areas of data-driven research: cell and molecular biology, evolution and biodiversity, precision medicine and diagnostics, epidemiology and infection biology.

 

Schedule for seminars

December 6

Moderator: Professor Fredrik Elinder.

16.30-17.00:
Nicholas Pearce, Free University of Amsterdam

(Cell and Molecular Biology)
“Establishing new frontiers for high-resolution structural biology through multi-dataset approaches”

17.00-17.30:
Jonatan Desponds, Institut Roche, Paris

(Cell and Molecular Biology)
"Inference and prediction of transcription dynamics: application to the Wnt signalling pathway and the selection of T-cells"

17.30-18.00:
Burcu Ayoglu, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm 
(Precision Medicine and Diagnostics)
“High-plex blood & tissue proteomics for precision immunology & diagnostics”

18.00-18.30:
Wen Zhong, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
(Precision Medicine and Diagnostics)
"AI-based infrastructure to inform precision medicine-based decision support"

December 7

Moderator: Professor David Engblom.

16.30-17.00:
Fredrik Edfors, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

(Precision Medicine and Diagnostics)
"Next generation Plasma Proteomics in the Clinical Laboratory"

17.00-17.30:
Hanna Jonasson, Linköping University

(Precision Medicine and Diagnostics)
"Microvascular endothelial function as a diagnostic biomarker in cardiovascular disease"

17.30-18.00:
Björn Forsberg, Oxford University

(Cell and Molecular Biology)
"Towards structural studies of cell-surface membrane receptor complexes in axon guidance".

18.00-18.30:
Yuan Wang, Harvard Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital

(Cell and Molecular Biology)
“Hypoxia Induces Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance of Small RNAs”

 

December 8

Moderator: Professor Lena Jonasson.

16.30-17.00:
Han Chow Chua, University of Copenhagen
(Cell and Molecular Biology)
"Channelosome: from plugging the sodium leak to dissecting the hearing machinery"

17.00-17.30:
Zuzana Tatarova, Oregon Health and Science University, Oregon, USA

(Precision Medicine and Diagnostics)
"Spatial systems analyses of local intratumor drug response predict effective combinations of targeted agents and immunotherapies in breast cancer"

17.30-18.00:
Cheng Zhang, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

(Precision Medicine and Diagnostics)
"Development of whole body metabolic model for precision medicine"

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