Domus Medica, Gaustad,(kart)
Sognsvannsveien 9, 2. etg.
Institutt for medisinske basalfag inviterer ledende forskere til å holde et foredrag basert på forskningen som har gjort dem verdensledende. Instituttet inviterer to til tre forskere hvert semester.
IMB Distinguished Seminar by Michael Hawrylycz
IMB Distinguished Seminar by Mayo Professor David R. Jacobs Jr.
IMB Distinguished Seminar by Professor Philip Calder
IMB Distinguished Seminar by Professor Kristian Helin
IMB Distinguished Seminar by professor Maryann Martone.
IMB Distinguished Seminar by professor David Tremethick
IMB Distinguished Seminar by professor Fredrik Karpe.
IMB Distinguished Seminar: Professor Rodolfo R. Llinas
IMB Distinguished Seminar: Looking for a Healthier Mediterranean Diet by Ramón Estruch
IMB Distinguished Seminar: Macromolecule diffusion and perivascular flow within the brain by Robert Thorne
Prof. Robert Thorne will talk about his research on macromolecule diffusion and perivascular flow within the brain following intraparenchymal, intrathecal, and intranasal delivery.
IMB Distinguished Seminar: Roles of innate immunity in epilepsy by Ray Dingledine
Welcome to the first lecture in 2016 in the IMB Distinguished Seminar series, where Professor Ray Dingledine from Emory University, USA, will talk about his research on consequences of unabated inflammation in the brain.
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".
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.