HiLIFE webinars spring 2022

The organizing teams the Biomedicum Helsinki and Viikki Monday seminars have joined forces to offer you science for lunch on Mondays! HiLIFE webinars continue the tradition of inviting outstanding, international scientists to present their work to the broad audience of the life science community during the extraordinary circumstances that restrict travel and personal contact.

Date: Mondays at 13.00 noon Helsinki time (time can vary, check the details of each webinar)
Place: Link of place can be found in the details of each talk
Twitter #hilifewebinars #bmhsem #viikkimon

Webinars are coordinated by a team of researchers and YPA services.
Coordination team can be reached from hilife-seminars@helsinki.fi
Academic team: Leonardo Almeida-Souza, Jaan-Olle Andressoo & Anna Vähärautio

University of Helsinki STUDENTS please note: If you wish to obtain credits (DPBM, ILS students) from this webinar series, please rename yourself in Zoom with first name + last name (do not use nickname/user ID/student number/just first name). To participate in Meet the speaker session (DPBM students), please contact the student host.

See the previous HiLIFE webinars in 2020

See the previous HiLIFE webinars in spring 2021

See the previous HiLIFE webinars in fall 2021

Elisabeth Bik, Harbers Bik, LLC, USA

The Dark Side of Science: Misconduct in Biomedical Research

Host: Virpi Talman

Please note that this webinar is on Wednesday at 9.00!

Join the webinar here:  https://helsinki.zoom.us/j/69292028293
at 9.00-10.00 Helsinki time (UTC+2 Eastern European time)

#viikkimon

Sara Zanivan, CRUK Beatson Institute and Institute of Cancer Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK

CAF metabolism drives pro-metastatic remodelling of the tumour microenvironment

Zanivan Research Group

@ZanivanLab

Host: Elina Pietilä

Sara will give her talk on Friday April 29th at 10.00-11.00 in the Hall 1
(Biomedicum, Haartmaninkatu 8) Helsinki time (UTC+3 Eastern European summer time)

or you can join via Zoom: https://helsinki.zoom.us/j/69292028293

#bmhsem

Robert Hirt, Newcastle University, UK

Eukaryote genome evolution and mucosal-microbes in health and disease: what can we learn from microbial eukaryotes/parasites?

Host: Heli Mönttinen

Join the webinar here:  https://helsinki.zoom.us/j/69292028293
at 13.00-14.00 Helsinki time (UTC+3 Eastern European summer time)

#viikkimon