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JUSS – CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium

CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium January 30th

Welcome to the first CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium in the spring term 2020!

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We have the pleasure to invite you to our CCBIO Junior Symposium (JUSS) 30th January 2020. Senior Advisor Yves Aubert from the Division of Research and Innovation will share concepts of innovation and address their importance for researchers. Additionally, junior researchers will present interesting projects covering various fields, among other the use of next generation technology with exciting results from the Hyperion Image System and Artificial Intelligence analysis on tumor vessels. Join us for a perfect occasion for professional input and networking!

Postdocs Kenneth Finne and Cornelia Schuster are chairs. 

When: 10.00-13.40

Where: Conference room, BB-building (opposite the auditoria)

Registration: Please use this link within January 28th, noon.

Lunch is included. There is no charge, and even though it is mainly intended for students, fellows and postdocs, all are welcome as the topics discussed are of interest to a broader researcher audience. Just remember to register.

Program

10:00 – 10:05    Welcome

10:05 – 10:50    What is innovation, and how can my research become innovative? Yves Aubert

10:50 – 11:05    Coffee and tea break

11:05 - 11:25     The pan-RAF and SFK inhibitor CCT196969 effectively inhibits melanoma brain metastasis in vitro, Agathe Reigstad

11:25 – 11:45    Understanding the role of Nestin in basal-like breast cancer: Generation of a Nestin KO TNBC cell line by CRISPR/Cas9 editing, Vandana Ardawatia

11:45 – 12:30    Lunch

12:30 – 12:50    Analyzing tumor vessels with artificial intelligence, Reidunn Jetne Edelmann

12:50 – 13:10    Investigating the Role of Microglia in Paraneoplastic Cerebellar Degeneration Using Imaging Mass Cytometry, Ida Herdlevær

13:10 – 13:30    Development and application of highly multiplexed imaging approaches in basic and translational Axl biology research, Austin Rayford.

13:30 – 13:35    Wrap up and concluding remarks