Program for årets Oppdalsmøte i Åre

Granen Hotell, Åre

 The program for our upcoming meeting in Åre is ready. Looking forward to seeing you all at Hotel Granen.

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Tuesday 3rd March

08:00                    Bus departure, MTFS – Øya

08:15                    Bus departure, Realfagsbygget – Gløshaugen

 10:45                    Arrival Granen Hotell, Åre

 11:30-12:30          Lunch

12:30-15:00          Scientific program

 15:00-15:30          Break

 15:30-18:00          Scientific program

 19:00                    Dinner

 Wednesday 4th March

 -10.00:                  Breakfast

 10.00-11:30:         Scientific program

 11:30-16.00:         Lunch, check-out, leisure (cross country/down hill skiing,

shopping, etc.)

 17:00:                   Bus departure, Granen Hotell


Scientific Program

Tuesday 3rd March

 12.30          Atle van Beelen GranlundWelcome

12.45          Trude FloCEMIR in brief & The inner life of a mycobacterium-infected macrophage

13.30          Hany Ibrahim – HIV and autophagy in T cells

14.00          Jennifer MildenbergerDampening inflammatory signalling by omega 3 fatty acids

14.30          Marte Dragset / Maja Helleland – Identification of Mycobacterium avium Transposon Library Mutants by Illumina Sequencing

Break – snacks/refreshments

15.30          Geir slupphaug – Mass spectrometry based research projects at PROMEC

16.15          Kristian Wollen Steen – Mass spectrometry-based identification of mRNA-binding proteins responsive to cell stress

16.45          Mirta Mittelstedt Leal de Sousa Principles of targeted proteomics and its applications in cancer research

17.15          Finn Drabløs – The Phantom meets Lucky Luke: Being faster than your shadow

Wednesday 4th March

10.00          Line Aanerud Omtvedt – Partially Oxidized Alginate Grafted with β-CyD: A Potential Release System for Biomedical Molecules

10.30          Marianne Øksnes Dalheim – Alginate functionalization – with high degrees of substitution and no by-products

11.00          Bjørnar Sporsheim – Quantitative 3-D colocalization analysis as a tool to study the intracellular trafficking and dissociation of pDNA-chitosan polyplexes

 

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