Perhaps the best three hours you spend in May
See the programme for the first Interdisciplinary Research Meeting at Health, where professors, associate professors, assistant professors and postdocs get inspiration and knowledge about the faculty's core facilities.
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Health's first research day is mainly about core facilities.
It happens that researchers buy, for example, molecular analyses, biostatistical advice, cell cultivation, histology or 3D printing services elsewhere, because they do not know that we at Health have excellent core facilities for precisely that.
Therefore, Wednesday 31 May may very well give you inspiration and knowledge that can make your life as a researcher both easier and cheaper.
You can also hear exciting flash talks and meet colleagues across departments and professional environments over a bite to eat.
The research meeting takes place in Stakladen on 31 May at 14.30-17.00 and is aimed at professors, associate professors, assistant professors and postdocs.
The initiative has been taken by the extended faculty management team, which wants to give established researchers and staff at Health an opportunity to share knowledge and create networks.
You can register here: INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH MEETING, HEALTH (au.dk)
(the meeting vil be in English)
14.15 - 14.30 Arrival
14.30 – 14.35 Welcome by vice-dean for research Hans Erik Bøtker
14.35 – 15.00 Presentation of core facilities at Health:
- Professor Torben Sigsgaard, Department of Public Health: The Climate Chambers - From the Sahara via the Amazon to the high Arctic in one day or from clean-room to Oxford Street in 2 days
- General manager of the FACS Core Facility Charlotte Christie Petersen, Department of Biomedicine: Core Facilities located at the Department of Biomedicine
- Professor Gregers Wegener, Department of Clinical Medicine: Translational Neuropsychiatry Unit (TNU): Neuropsychiatric behavioral and functional phenotyping
15.00 – 15.25 Flash Talks:
- Professor Pia Dreyer, Department of Public Health: Humanising the Intensive care unit – is it possible?”
- Assistant Professor Line Staun Larsen, Department of Odontology and Oral Health and Department of Forensic Medicine: Relations
- Associate Professor Dorte Rytter, Department of Public Health: Endo... What did you say? Doing interdisciplinary research on a neglected condition
15.25 – 15.40 Networking with coffee and cake
15.40 – 16.20 Presentation of core facilities at Health:
- Senior researcher Jørgen Bo Hasselstrøm, Department of Forensic Medicine: Let the dead help the living – small molecule analysis
- Head of Department Siri Beier Jensen, Department of Odontology and Oral Health: Core Facilities located at the Department of Odontology and Oral Health
- Associate Professor Per Qvist, Department of Biomedicine: From data-confused to Bio-informed…
- Manager Kasper Thorsen and molecular biologist Johan Vad-Nielsen, Institut for Klinisk Medicin: Core Facilities located at MOMA
16.20 – 16.35 Flash Talks:
- Associate Professor Mikkel Vendelbo, Department of Biomedicine and Department of Clinical Medicine: Nuclear Medicine – From Cells to Humans
- Associate Professor Ermelinda Porpiglia, Department of Biomedicine: Mapping niche dynamics at single-cell resolution in skeletal muscle using mass cytometry
- Professor Jan Wolff, Department of Odontology and Oral Health: Digital dentistry
16.35 – 16.40 Ending notes
16.40 – 17.00 Networking and pizza