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Is it possible to model dry powders for inhalation?
Universitetshuset, sal IX
Public defence: Functional epigenetic analyses in the context of psychiatric health in adolescence
Diana-Maria Manu defends her thesis Functional epigenetic analyses in the context of psychiatric health in adolescence.
Public defence Gbemisola Allwell-Brown
Title of project
Antibiotic use among children in low- and middle-income countries
Studies on global trends, and contextual determinants of antibiotic prescribing in Eastern Uganda
Gbemisola Allwell-Brown's PhD Defense: Antibiotic use among children in low- and middle-income countries: Studies on global trends, and contextual determinants of antibiotic prescribing in Eastern Uganda
Join our PhD student on the public defense of her PhD
Halftime seminar - Glucose Intolerance in Children and Adolescents with Obesity
ObGyn Highlights - Combined oral contraceptives and venous thrombosis: does the risk differ between different progestogens/ Preeklampsi och långtidsrisk för hjärtinfarkt
Biomedicinskt centrum, BMC
Virology seminar, Daniel Rivas "On the repurposing of genetic elements and it impact in vertebrate evolution"
Dissertation, Kimberley Andreaggi
Title: “Mitochondrial Genome Analysis Using Next Generation Sequencing for Forensic Applications”
Rudbeckseminarium, Markus Affolter
Host: Taija Mäkinen
Thesis Defence, Nina Daubel
Title, “Lymphatic vascular morphogenesis: from progenitors to functional vessels”