Welcome to physiology conference in Oslo 26-28 of August !
The meeting will feature world-renowned plenary speakers and a diverse set of symposia, with a particular focus on topics within heart, skeletal muscle and neurobiology.
➢ FREE admission for PhD/master (but you have to register).
➢ The social program includes a reception in the city hall and the conference dinner following a boat trip to the Viking Ship Museum.
➢ For more information and registration: www.sps2016.com
Topics include: Brain plasticity, perineuronal nets, optogenetic dissection of brain circuits, super-resolution imaging, consciousness etc….
➢ Peter Norsk: Spaceflight and the cardiovascular system
➢ Kenneth R. Chien: Rebuilding the heart with human ventricular progenitors
➢ James Fawcett: Plasticity and axon regeneration in spinal cord and brain
➢ Åsa Gustafsson: Autophagy and adaption to cardiac aging
➢ Terje Lømo: The discovery of LTP and its significance today
Aim: Get together and celebrate! Make plans for the project; who are the contributors and what are the expectations. Plan activities and organization of the project. Discuss interactions with and contributions to the Digital Life Norway (DLN) Centre.
Invited: Partners, contributors and group members, stake holders, steering committee/Digitalt Liv Norge representatives.
UiO: Marianne Fyhn, Torkel Hafting, Anders Malthe-Sørenssen, Morten Hjorth-Jensen, Camilla Esguerro.
OUS: Ole A. Andreassen, Srjdan Djurovic, Torbjørn Elvsåshagen.
NMBU: Finn-Arne Weltzien, Gaute Einevoll, Kjetil Hodne.
Simula Research Laboratory: Aslak Tveito, Andy Edwards.
NTNU: Cliff Kentros
Pharmasum: Anders Fugelli, John-Sigurd Svendsen (UiT)
Holberg EEG: Harald Aurlien
Steering committee (to be completed): Finn-Eirik Johansen (IBV)++
DLN: Svein Stølen (head of board), Gunnar Dick (coordinator of UiO work group)
Where: Bikuben, Kristine Bonnevie’s hus, Blindern. Dinner downtown Oslo.
When: January 26th, 11.30-dinner
Kristian Lensjø from Hafting-Fyhn lab won the poster competition at the 3rd National PhD Conference in Neuroscience, hosted by the Norwegian Research School in Neuroscience. With the price comes 6000 NOK, to be used for any purpose that promotes the recipient’s research training.
Congratulations to Kristian!
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences arranged a conference for the Strategic Research Initiatives 09.02 – 10.02 at Sundvolden. The conference consisted of lectures from the leaders of each of the SRIs, a poster session and social activities. CINPLA made a strong showing, with 7 posters as well as an interactive session featuring an Integrate-and-fire app. Milad and Svenn-Arne even won awards for their posters!
All the posters can be viewed here:
brainTissue (winner), lgn (runner-up), spike_sorting, polychaos, CSE, meetthecinplas
The posters are licenced under a
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.