Tumor biology seminar, Narayanan Gopalakrishna Iyer "Drugging the undruggable - targeting wild type EGFR"
- Date: –13:00
- Location: Biomedicinskt centrum, BMC Only zoom
- Lecturer: Narayanan Gopalakrishna Iyer
- Contact person: Aris Moustakas
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Halftime seminar - Molecular and clinical studies in paediatric cancer, with focus on leukemia
Half-time Seminar; Favour Onyeogaziri
Title, Elucidating novel mechanisms in the pathogenesis of Cerebral Cavernous Malformation (CCM)
Biomedicinskt centrum, BMC
Universitetshuset, sal IX
Disputation - Health of refugee migrants in the early post-migration phase in Sweden – The role of health resources and health promotion
Research Forum Children and Adolescents - Changes in ISOBMI and malnutrition in children irradiated for a brain tumor
Gender role structure and violence in a cultural context a two decade long research collaboration between Sri Lanka and Sweden
Public defence: How to model temporal changes in epidemiological data: Treatment trajectories in men with prostate cancer
NN defends his thesis "How to model temporal changes in epidemiological data: Treatment trajectories in men with prostate cancer".
Post-registration seminar - Food intake and nutritional status during treatment for brain tumours in children
ObGyn Highlights - Undersökning av följsamheten till riktlinjer för diagnostik av placenta accreta spectrum-tillstånd på kvinnokliniken, Akademiska sjukhuset 2018-2022
Dissertation, Abigail Alvarado Vazquez "Mast cell and their progenitors in respiratory diseases: Understanding their connection to lung function and airway inflammation"