Neurochemistry Seminars

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Dr Elena Rodriguez-Vieitez, Neurochemistry Seminar

"PET imaging as a tool to investigate interactions between proteinopathies from early stages of Alzheimer’s disease"

Professor Jonathan V. Sweedler, Neurochemistry Seminar

Vice-Chancellor Astrid Söderbergh Widding has provided economical support to promote a collaboration agreement between University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Stockholm University. In this effort we are happy to welcome Professor Jonathan Sweedler for a Special Event giving a talk on "The chemical characterization of the brain: from new measurement tools to new neurochemical insights". This event is intended as a starting point for new collaborative research, and Dr. Sweedler will be available for such discussions following his talk

Dr Sanja Mikulovic

"OLM cells controlling hippocampal memory formation"

Professor Gilberto Fisone, Neurochemistry Seminar

“Motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease: modeling and mechanisms”

Professor Martin Hallbeck, Neurochemistry Seminar

"Neuron-to-neuron spread of neurodegenerative diseases”"

Dr. Kalicharan Patra, Neurochemistry Seminar

"From neuroscience to neurological disorders - from mice to men"

Professor Arwyn Tomos Jones

"Clustering plasma membrane receptor targets for accelerating endocytosis and intracellular delivery of therapeutics"

Professor Jens Kurreck, Neurochemistry Seminar

"RNA interference approaches in pain research and virology"

Professor Michael J. Higley, Neurochemistry Semninar

"GABAergic inhibition in neocortical dendrites"

Dr. Simon Moussaud, Neurochemistry Seminar

"Protein-fragment complementation and hiPSCs-derived neurons for research on synucleino- and tauopathies"

Csaba Adori, Karolinska Institutet

Three-dimensional immuno-imaging of rodent and human brains in with the newly developed visualization technique iDISCO

Henrietta M. Nielsen, assistant professor

"Chasing molecular mechanisms leading to an increased risk of neurodegeneration in APOEε4 carriers"

Dr. Ana Cristina Carvalho Rego

"Mitochondrial and metabolic dysfunction in Huntington's disease - impact of modulating the activity and expression of lysine deacetylases"

Professor Neil C. Bruce

"Defusing an explosive issue: Engineering GM plants to remove explosives and other pollutants from the biosphere"

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  Department of Neurochemistry
  Svante Arrhenius väg 16B
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  Department of Neurochemistry
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  Director of Studies, First and
  second level
  Anna-Lena Ström
  telephone: +46-(0)8-16 1267
  room: M440
 
  Director of Studies,
  Post-graduate level
  Anders Undén
  telephone: +46-(0)8-16 4117
  room: C452
 
 
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  Marie-Louise Tjörnhammar
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