Seminars in Health Sciences

All seminars autumn 2017

Seminars in Health Sciences take place on Thursdays at 3.00 pm

DATE VENUE SEMINAR SERIES / SPEAKER TOPIC

7.9.

 

MS302

Frontiers in Health Sciences seminar
Johanna Ivaska
University of Turku
Host Jorma Palvimo

Mechanosensitive regulation of cancer epigenetics and pluripotency
14.9. CA101

Professor Masanori
Tohoku University
Host Seppo Auriola

Spatio-temporal regulation of the Brain Barrier transport systems: what we learned from a study of quantitative targeted absolute proteomics
21.9. MS302

PhD Student seminars 
TBA

 
28.9. MS302

School of Pharmacy seminar
Jarkko Rautio
Host Risto Juvonen

Pro drug solution to problems of drug therapy
5.10. MS302

Frontiers in Heath Sciences seminar
TBA

 
12.10. MS302 PhD Student seminar
TBA
 
26.10. MS302 School of Pharmacy seminar
Heikki Koskela
Host Risto Juvonen
Treatment of astma in the old days and at present
2.11. MS302 Frontiers in Health Sciences seminar
TBA
 
9.11. MS302

DPCR Seminar
TBA

 
16.11. MS302 PhD Student seminar
TBA
 
23.11. MS302 School of Pharmacy seminar
Matti Jantunen
Host Risto Juvonen
Local and global air pollution
7.12. MS302 Frontiers in Health Sciences seminar
TBA
 
14.12. MS302 PhD Student seminar
TBA
 
21.12. MS302 School of Pharmacy seminar
Timo Lanki
Host Risto Juvonen
Adverse health effects of air pollution

 

Seminars in Health Sciences seminars are organized by the Faculty of Health Sciences and Departments, Schools and Doctoral programmes within, and are open to all. Seminars can be included in the courses:

  • Seminars in Health Sciences (PhD Student course), 1-2 cp, 4018106
    • Course instructions and essay submission in Moodle (Seminars in Health sciences (PhD Student course)
    • If you wish to give a PhD Student seminar, please register at. SPRING 2017 FULL
      • Giving a talk will grant an additional 1 cp for the course Seminars in Health Sciences (PhD Student course)
  • Seminars on Molecular Health Sciences (perustutkinto-opiskelijat), 2 cp, 4486501 

Details and registration for courses in WebOodi.

School of Pharmacy seminars is a separate course (4213110)