Domus Medica, Gaustad,(map)
Sognsvannsveien 9, 2. etg.
The iCAM research group at IMB is happy to announce a guest lecture given by professor Yijun Ruan of The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine.
We are happy to announce the third IMB Distiguished Seminar, where Dr Robert Zweigerdt of Hannover Medical School will give the lecture "Upscaling human pluripotent stem cell culture and cardiac differentiation in suspension".
A seminar sponsored by The Norwegian Brain Council and the Norwegian Consortium on Brain Development.
The Forum for Consciousness Research invites all interested to an open lecture on auditory hallucinations, given by Professor Kenneth Hugdahl at the University of Bergen.
The Forum for Consciousness Research invites all interested to a lecture by professor Steven Laureys, leading expert on consciousness research.
The Sullivan group at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences welcomes all interested to a guest lecture given by Takanori Takebe, leading expert on organ regeneration.
The Norwegian PhD School of Heart Research (Norheart) welcomes all interested to a guest lecture given by Professor Peter Vandenabeele, a world expert on cell death.
We are happy to announce that the second IMB Distinguished Seminar will be given by leading expert on thrombosis, Prof. Nigel Mackman of the University of North Carolina.
Welcome to the first of IMBs Distinguished seminar series, where the renowned neuroinformatics researcher Sean Hill will hold the lecture In silico neuroscience: Integration, Synthesis and Emergence.
How do physical processes in our brains generate our experiences? Why are we not zombies? Why do certain brain processes produce consciousness while others don’t? Can machines be conscious? These fundamental questions will be addessed by professor Christof Koch, a pioneer in consciousness research, in his lectures at Blindern.
Lecture by professor Steven Laureys, leader of the Coma Science Group at the Cyclotron Research Centre, University of Liège, Belgium
We are very happy to announce this research symposium on delirium and dementia. Distinguished delirium and dementia experts from abroad as well as nationally will contribute. The research seminar will act as a starting point for our research program as well as an update of this important field for interested researchers and clinicians.
Free entrance and open for all interested. No registration.