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Wednesday 28 October
Pathology of dNTP dysregulation.
Wednesday 28 October at 09:00 - 12:00
Monday 2 November
Druggable proteins and genetic mechanisms underlying the cognitive symptoms in schizophrenia.
Monday 2 November at 13:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 3 November
An annual interdisciplinary conference with presentations from the different departments affiliated with KBC and from the research infrastructures
Tuesday 3 November at 09:00 until Wednesday 4 November at 17:00
Wednesday 4 November
Improving initial care of road traffic injured people in Tanzania - Evaluation of a traffic police first aid education program.
Wednesday 4 November at 09:00 - 12:00
Welcome to a presentation with Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Professor, Department of Biology and Biological Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology and Head of Genie Gender Initiative for Excellence. Wittung Stafshede was previously a Professor at the Department of Chemistry at Umeå University.
If you are a student at the end of your higher education (regardless of field) UG or Master, you can apply for a Minor Field Studies scholarship (MFS). The scholarship of SEK 27,000 gives you the opportunity to travel to a low- or middle-income country to collect material for your thesis or degree project. The field study is 8 up to 26 weeks.
The Umeå Postdoc Society (UPS) is a new platform for postdocs to come together and share experiences and knowledge. If you are a postdoc you are very welcome to join the kick-off event Friday 2 October.
Do you want help developing your research proposal ideas or receive feedback on already formulated applications to the Swedish Research Funding Agencies and Councils? In that case, you are most welcome to an application workshop arranged by the Research Support and Collaboration Office.