Presentation on theme: "PROGRAM (I) 14 January 2011 Welcome 8.15-8.20 Allan Flyvbjerg, Dean of Faculty 8.20-8.25 Anna Sellmer Sørensen, Chairman of the PhD Association 8.25-8.30."— Presentation transcript:
PROGRAM (I) 14 January 2011 Welcome Allan Flyvbjerg, Dean of Faculty Anna Sellmer Sørensen, Chairman of the PhD Association Kimmo Jensen, Chairman of the Organizing Committee - today’s programme Invited speakers on ‘Fianacing Research´ Moderated by John Westensee from Aarhus University Research Support Office - Anne Marie Engel, Lundbeckfonden - Birgitte Nauntofte, Novo Nordisk Fonden - Alain Peyraube, European Research Council Poster session part 1 (odd numbers) and coffee P01-P13: Lake Auditorium, P15-P25: Bartholin Building, P27-P29: Victor Albeck Building (all odd numbered sessions)
PROGRAM (II) Oral communications Parallel sessions (8 presentations, each presentation 8+2 min) Session O1, Auditorium 1 Chairmen: Peter Vedsted & Ulla Christina Møller Session O2, Auditorium 2 Chairmen: Bent Deleuran & Jenny Blechingberg Session O3, Auditorium 3 Chairmen: Ebba Nexø & Michael Wintherdahl Session O4, Auditorium 4 Chairmen: Jens Leipziger & Rita Tuckuviene Lunch
PROGRAM (III) Poster session part 2 (even numbers) and coffee P02-P12: Lake Auditorium, P14-P26: Bartholin Building, P28: Victor Albeck Building (all even numbered sessions) Skou Lecture by Nobel Laureate John Walker Chaired by Allan Flyvbjerg, Dean of Faculty The Fogh Nielsen prize competition Chairmen: Søren Moestrup & Anna Sellmer Sørensen PhD student Marianne Skals PhD student Mads Fuglsang Kjølby PhD student Mette K. Hagensen
THE FOGH NIELSEN PRIZE SESSION Chairmen: Søren Moestrup & Anna Sellmer Sørensen 15.45Marianne Skals. ALPHA-HEAMOLYSIN FROM ESCHERICHIA COLI INDUCES ATP RELEASE PRIOR TO CELL LYSIS 16.00Mads Fuglsang Kjølby. A NOVEL DRUG TARGET FOR THE TREATMENT OG HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA ? 16.15Mette K. Hagensen. ENDOTHELIAL AND SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS IN ALLOGRAFT VASCULOPATHY DO NOT DERIVE FROM CIRCULATING PROGENITOR CELLS BUT MIGRATE INTO THE GRAFT FROM THE RECIPIENT VASCULATURE THE winner will be announced at the dinner in the evening.
PROGRAM (V) Closing remarks Lise Wogensen Bach, Vice-Head of Graduate School Social programme Dinner and presentation of prizes, Stakladen. Festive speech by Bent Deleuran Band and dance
POSTER SESSION (I) Poster visits start promptly at (part 1: session 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29) and (part 2: session 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28), 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-P26Bartholin Building Groups P27-P29 Victor Albeck Building
POSTER SESSION (II) The Lake Auditorium Building 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-P26 Auditorium 2-4 The Victor Albeck Building, level 2 P27-P28 Kollegium west P29 Kollegium east
PRIZES Poster and oral session prizes The names of the winners will be announced by Professor Jens Christian Djurhuus, at the Dinner The books were sponsored by; FADL’s Forlag Gyldendahl Akademisk Wiley - Blackwell Fogh Nielsen Prize The name(s) of the winner(s) will be announced by the Chairman of the Fogh Nielsen board, Professor Søren Moestrup, 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 Main venue, Poster groups 1-13 Poster groups 27-29
THE SKOU LECTURE Chairman: Allan Flyvbjerg, Dean of Faculty 14.45Nobel Laureate John Walker: Professor Sir John Ernest Walker won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in The prize was shared with Paul Boyer for their explanation of the enzymatic process that creates adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Another 1997 Nobel Prize winner was Jens Christian Skou – after whom the Skou Lecture is named – for the first discovery of an ion-transporting enzyme, Na+, K+-ATPase. Walker received his BA in Chemistry in 1964 and in 1969 gained a DPhil from the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford. In 1974, he attended a research workshop in Cambridge on the Sequence Analysis of Proteins, where he met Fred Sanger (chemistry laureate, 1958) who invited him to join the Protein and Nucleic Acid Chemistry Division at the Medical Research Council’s Laboratory of Molecular Biology (MRC LMB) in Cambridge, UK. It was here that Walker carried out his award-winning work. In 1978, he began to apply protein chemical methods to membrane proteins. The enzymes from the inner membranes of mitochondria had hardly been studied from a structural point of view. Therefore, Walker began a structural study of ATP synthase from bovine heart mitochondria and eubacteria. These studies resulted in a complete sequence analysis, and in the atomic structure of the enzyme, giving new insights into how ATP is made in the biological world. John Walker is currently a director of the Medical Research Council Mitochondrial Biology Unit in Cambridge. Walker has received several international awards, and in 1995, was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. In 1999 he was knighted for his services to molecular biology. John Walker was born in Halifax, Yorkshire on January 7, He married Christina Westcott in 1963, and they have two daughters. Text and picture from “Le Prix Nobel 1997” (1998) and “NOBELS Nobel Laureates photographed by Peter Badger” (2008)
INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING The following 8 PhD students from USA, England, Sweden, Switzerland, and Finland have been invited to spend a day to network and socialize with PhD students from Aarhus University: Rebecca Birch (The Royal Veterinary College, London, UK) Matthew Gillum (Yale, New Haven, USA) Lin Yang (MRC Cambridge, UK) Lily Jeng (Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA) Evelyne Furger (Paul Scherrer Institut, Zürich, Schwitzerland) Anne Panhelainen (University of Helsinki, Finland) Andrew Siefert (Georgia Tech, Emory, USA) Aishling Ahlstrøm (Sahlgrenska Akademin, Sweden)
QUESTIONS? Any questions, please ask a member of the organizing committee: Claus H. Gravholt, Department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine, and Department of Molecular Medicine, Aarhus University Hospital Grethe Elholm, PhD student, Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, School of Public Health, Aarhus University Maj Høygaard Nicolaisen, PhD student, Department of Prosthetics, School of Dentistry, Aarhus University Martin Skøtt, PhD student, Department of Anatomy, Aarhus University Mie Hessellund Samson, PhD student, Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University Iben Møller Jønsson, PhD student, Department of Paediatrics, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University Kimmo Jensen, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Aarhus University Lise Wogensen Bach, Research Laboratory for Biochemical Pathology, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University Thomas Vorup-Jensen, Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Aarhus University Vivi Schlünssen, Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, School of Public Health, Aarhus University Lene Birkegaard Pedersen, PhD Administration, Aarhus University Tanja Hansen, PhD Administration, Aarhus University or one of the assistants (in AU T-shirts)
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