Presentation on theme: "PROGRAM (I) 15 January Welcome 8.15-8.20 Søren Mogensen, Dean of Faculty 8.20-8.25 Iben Møller Jønsson, Board Member of the PhD Association 8.25-8.30."— Presentation transcript:
PROGRAM (I) 15 January Welcome 8.15-8.20 Søren Mogensen, Dean of Faculty 8.20-8.25 Iben Møller Jønsson, Board Member of the PhD Association 8.25-8.30 Troels S. Jensen, Chairman of the Organizing Committee - todays programme 8.30-9.15 Jonathan Webb, University of Oxford: Establishing a dynamic doctoral program. A PhD students perspective Poster session 09.15-10.45 Poster visits part one (two chairmen per group of 10 posters) and coffee P01-P13: Lake Auditorium, P14-P28: Bartholin Building, P29-P36: Victor Albeck Building (all odd numbered sessions)
PROGRAM (III) Poster session 13.00-14.30 Poster visits part two (two chairmen per group of 10 posters) and coffee P01-P13: Lake Auditorium, P14-P28: Bartholin Building, P29-P36: Victor Albeck Building (all even numbered sessions) Skou Lecture Chaired Chairman Søren Mogensen, Dean of Faculty 14.30-15.15 Nobel Laureate Timothy Hunt: My Way into the Cell Cycle The Fogh Nielsen prize competition Chairmen Søren Moestrup & Iben Møller Jønsson 15.15-15.30 PhD student Anna Krarup Keller 15.30-15.45 PhD student Anne Nyholm Holdensen 15.45-16.00 PhD student Casper Bindzus Foldager
THE FOGH NIELSEN PRIZE SESSION Chairmen: Søren Moestrup & Iben Møller Jønsson 15.15Anna Krarup Keller. MICRODIALYSIS FOR DETECTION OF POSTOPERATIVE ISCHEMIA IN EXPERIMENTAL RENAL TRANSPLANTATION 15.30Casper Foldager. EFFECTS OF COMBINED 3D- AND HYPOXIC CULTURING ON CARTILAGESPECIFIC GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN CHONDROCYTES 15.45Anne Nyholm Holdensen. CRUCIAL DETERMINANT OF CA2+ TRANSPORT CYCLE RATE OF SERCA The result will be announced at the dinner in the evening. The winner - or winners - will receive a research grant from a total of at least DKK 100.000.
PROGRAM (V) Closing remarks 16.00 Lise Wogensen Bach, Vice-Head of Graduate School Social programme 18.00 Dinner and presentation of prizes, Stakladen. Festive speech by Jane Skov, PhD 22.00 Band and dance
POSTER SESSION (I) Poster visits start promptly at 09.15 (part one - all odd numbered sessions) and 13.00 (part two - all even numbered sessions), starting with the first poster in each group. Each presenter has 2-3 minutes to describe the poster, and 2-3 minutes to answer questions from the chairmen and others. Groups P1-P13Lake Auditorium Building Groups P14-P28Bartholin Building Groups P29-P36 Victor Albeck Building
POSTER SESSION (II) The Lake Auditorium Building P100 Level 1 P01-P02 Level 1 P03-P05 Level 2 P06-P11 Level 3 (aud. 5) P12-P13 Level 4 The Bartholin Building Teaching Wing P14-P19 Reading room P20 Sunroom P21-P28 Auditorium 1-4 The Victor Albeck Building, level 2 P28-P30 Koll. west P31-P33 Group room P34-35 Koll. East P36 Level 3
PRIZES There will be prizes for the best presentation in each oral and poster group chosen by the chairmen Prize committee: Chairman, Jens Chr. Djurhuus Co-chairman, Helene Nørrelund The names of the winners will be announced by the Chairman of the Prize Committee, Prof. Jens Chr. Djurhuus, at the Dinner
DINNER Your name badge shows if you are registered for the dinner. If you are not registered and want to come, please ask at the registration desk if there are any spare seats. Please inform at the registration desk if you want to cancel your registration.
VENUES Poster groups 14-28 Main venue, Poster groups 1-13 Poster groups 29-36
THE SKOU LECTURE Chairman: Søren Mogensen, Dean of Faculty 14.30Nobel Laureate Timothy Hunt: My Way into the Cell Cycle Tim Hunt is a scientist at Cancer Research UK, Clare Hall Laboratories, UK. Dr Hunt was born in 1943 and grew up in Oxford, but went up to Cambridge to read Natural Sciences in 1961. He did his Ph.D. in the Department of Biochemistry on The Synthesis of Haemoglobin. He spent almost 30 years altogether in Cambridge, mostly working on the control of protein synthesis, with spells in the USA; he was a postdoctoral Fellow at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1968-70 and he spent summers at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole from 1977 until 1985, teaching and doing research. In 1982, he discovered cyclins, which turned out to be Key Regulator(s) of the Cell Cycle. This discovery led to a share of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2001, together with Lee Hartwell and Paul Nurse.
INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING The following ten PhD students from USA, UK, Sweden, and France have been invited to spend a day and network and socialize with PhD students from Aarhus University. They will present posters (P100) at Level 1 in The Lake Auditorium Building: Ruth Mokgokon, University of Cambridge, UK David E. Arnolds, The University of Chicago, USA Lena Andersson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Bidgette Janine Connell, University Joseph Fourier, France James Alister Kennard, University of Oxford, UK Syrukh Sigal Sutter, University of California, USA Shawna Ann Cooper-Bast, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, USA Vinee Purohit, University of Nebraska, USA Jessica A. Morgan, University of Tennessee, USA Jonathan Webb, University of Oxford, UK
QUESTIONS? Any questions, please ask a member of the organizing committee: Gunna Christiansen, Institute of Medical Microbiology & Immunology Helene Nørrelund, Department of Endocrinology and Diabetes Iben Møller Jønsson, PhD student, Department of Paediatrics Jens Cosedis Nielsen, Department of Cardiology B Kimmo Jensen, Institute of Physiology and Biophysics Lise Wogensen Bach, Research Laboratory for Biochemical Pathology Maciej Bogdan Maniecki, Department of Clinical Biochemistry Michael Mulvany, Head Graduate School of Health Sciences Niels Trolle Andersen, School of Public Health Thomas Vorup-Jensen, Institute of Medical Microbiology & Immunology Troels Staehelin Jensen (chairman), Department of Neurology and Danish Pain Research Center Troels Thim, PhD Student, Department of Cardiology B Vivi Schlünssen, School of Public Health Tanja Hansen, PhD Administration or one of the assistants (in AU T-shirts)
- All PhD students at SUN, AU are members Including You! We work on issues concerning Your PhD: Overall, the PhD association works on improving the PhD study at SUN, AU. We have influence on PhD courses, teaching load, studying abroad etc. Main activities: Collaboration with the Graduate School of Health Science Organizer of After Work Meetings Co-organizer of the annual PhD day Please visit our new website: www.phdforeningen.dk