Domus Medica, Gaustad
Events organized by the Hybrid Technology Hub.
Nowadays the amounts of data generated presents unique opportunities in research and technological innovations. This also raises a range of challenges, including data standards, analysis and visualization, as well as ethical considerations such as data protection, privacy and ownership.
In this symposium we want to explore the increasing role that data plays in our lives. The event will explore research and technological innovations that involve data and the society.
Livsvitenskap skal bidra til at vi løser store samfunnsutfordringer innen bærekraft, helse og miljø med tverrfaglig samarbeid. Her har bio- og genteknologi en helt sentral rolle. Temaene i det nye digitale universet i livsvitenskap og bioteknologi er knyttet opp mot kompetansemål i naturfag, samfunnsfag og KRLE. Universet egner seg godt for tverrfaglig arbeid og gir mestring for elever på ulike nivåer faglig.
Er du elev i videregående skole og kunne tenke deg å løse store samfunnsutfordringer innen helse og miljø? Bli med på «Gutter og livsvitenskap» og la deg inspirere av livsvitenskapsforskere ved UiO.
Joel Glover will give a presentation titled: Making neurons and modeling neuronal circuits in vitro
Steven Wilson will give a presentation titled: Separation Science and Mass Spectrometry: Meet Organoids and Organ-on-a-Chip
Dr. Fotios Sampaziotis from Cambridge University has worked with bile duct organoids to model diseases of the biliary system. He will give a talk titled : Cholangiocyte plasticity and its implications for regenerative medicine
PhD Fellow Mikel Amirola Martinez will present the paper Generation of blood vessel organoids from human pluripotent stem cells.
Espen Melum will give a presentation titled: "Unconventional T-cells: Inhibitory functions and role in the bile ducts"
Researcher Petter Angell Olsen will present the paper "Biomanufacturing of organ-specific tissues with high cellular density and embedded vascular channels"
Postdoctoral research fellow Sean Harrison will give a presentation titled Mini-Liver organoids from human PSCs
Postdoctoral fellow Kayoko Shoji will present the paper Modelling Human Hepato-biliary-pancreatic organogenesis from the foregut-midgut boundary
Doctoral fellow Saphira Baumgarten will give an overview of different strategies to derive MSC from iPSC
This months' invited speaker is Associate Professor Simona Chera, University of Bergen.
Her presentation is titled: Cellular and molecular mechanisms governing islet endocrine cell fate.
The purpose of NoOC symposium is to bring together leading scientists and research groups of organ on chip -research field across Nordic countries. We encourage you to network, make contacts, discuss about the recent development, and plan the future of the field together. The event is hosted by Tampere University, Center of excellence in Body on Chip research.
Postdoctoral Fellow Pavel Vasquez will give a presentation titled: Data handling challenges in the Organ on a Chip informatic platform
This weeks host of the journal club is PhD fellow Essi Niemi who'll present the article Renal reabsorption in 3D vasularized proximal tubule models.
Postdoctoral research fellow Shadab Abadpour will present the trial lecture from her PhD defense: Alternative unrestricted sources for beta-cell replacement and the hurdles for their clinical translation
Post doctoral fellow Sean Harrison will present a Nature paper on functional iPSC derived liver buds.
The Hybrid Technology Hub - Centre for Organ on a chip technology presents a mini symposium on Organ on a chip Friday May 24.
Centre PI , Bioinformatician and group leader at Department of Medical Genetics, OUS, Simon Rayner will a give short overview of the goals of Bioinformatics WP5 in the Hybrid Technoloy Hub, and he will talk about how we interact within the center.
What are we trying to do? How does it impact what everyone else is doing?
Post doc and bioinformatician Pavél Vazquez will present the article for the May journal club meeting.
Centre leader Stefan Krauss will present the latest development and future plans for the Centre.
The symposium will bring together leading Nordic scientists to discuss the latest developments of Organ on a Chip-technology. The event is hosted by the UiO:Life Science convergence environment: Organ on a chip and the Hybrid Technology Hub Center of Excellence.