Seminar series on Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine at the Department of Biomaterials. Speaker: Professor Serena M. Best Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, Cambridge, UK With the move from tissue replacement to cell-mediated tissue reconstruction and regeneration, there is increasing need for the design of appropriate biomaterial "scaffolds". In order
Department of Microbiology and Immunology – International Seminar Series Speaker : Sebastian Zeissig, Associate Professor, Univ. Medical Center Dresden
Department of Microbiology and Immunology – International Seminar Series. Speaker: Sebastian Zeissig, Associate Professor, Univ. Medical Center Dresden,
CERA has for many years focused on strengthening synergy between research and practice. The CERA steering group also wants to create good conditions for networking and collaboration between researchers within CERA. Free of charge - registration needed, here: http://cera.gu.se/seminarium-170922 Deadline for registration is: Sept 7, at 16:00H.
This seminar will be held in Swedish. Gothenburg Medical Society Wednesday Meetings are open to all interested. Participation at the dinner (SEK 150), however, requires membership in the society. To make sure you have a seat at the dinner table, you are welcome to register by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Rayyan is a free web tool used to screen articles, such as a systematic overview. We show you how to make the most of it! ForskarSnabben is a series of short presentations organized by the Biomedical Library. Coffee, tea and fralla are available, no pre-notification is required. The presentation will be held in English if requested.
Open mini-symposium and panel discussion. Key note: Kilian Huber, Oxford Universty. Other speakers: Brinton Seashore-Ludlow, Karolinska Institutet, and Joseph Shaw, AstraZeneca. Flyer: https://gubox.box.com/s/yzvpwq19sj7sdpc3cq3subx9j27jdnen Limited seating - reservation required.
This seminar is given in Swedish. The Health Economic Network in Western Sweden organizes a meeting focusing on research into driving forces in the health insurance system and efforts in the rehabilitation guarantee and their effects on health and sickness absence, and how the region works with clinical insurance medicine. Participation is free of charge. Register by
The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) was formed in 1917 and today it is one of the largest providers of private research funding in Europe. The 100-year anniversary will be celebrated with jubilee symposia in six different university cites, including Gothenburg. The theme of the jubilee symposium in Gothenburg is "Metabolism - The Foundation of Life" and it will be
Associate Professor Fredrik Olson from Nordic Health Economics presnets MedTech20©- a new method for measuring and evaluating characteristics of medical devices based on the patient's perspective. The presentation is given in Swedish.
Students in Gothenburg are welcome to the yearly inspiration day with focus on sustainability. It will be an inspiring afternoon full of lectures, interactive workshops and a large exhibition. The theme of the day will be the Global Goals for Sustainable Development The day is organized by the Students for Sustainability organisations at the University of Gothenburg and
This seminar is held in Swedish. Registration is required. Gothia Forum invites you to a series of seminars on clinical research. The series aims to provide knowledge about planning, starting and conducting a clinical study. The seminars address important legal aspects, provide guidance on how different applications and documents are written and how monitoring is done during