On November 10 at 09:15 Mariann Koel will defend her doctoral thesis “The molecular interactions between trophoblast and endometrial cells in embryo implantation” on Cell Biology.
The public event takes place on Thursday, 28 September, in the conference hall of the University of Tartu Library.
The Teaming centres of excellence in digitalised bioengineering and personalised medicine at the University of Tartu are expected to become lighthouses in the region, attracting the best scientists and bringing change to the innovation landscape nationally and internationally.
Uku Vainik, Associate Professor of Behavioural Genetics at the University of Tartu, has been awarded a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to study the behavioural and genetic links to obesity and to identify possible new interventions to combat obesity.
The 22nd Gene Forum took place, featuring presentations from 21 experts across Europe and the USA. Over the course of two days, they shared insights into their latest research, covering topics ranging from personalised medicine advancements to the genetics of mental health.
On 7 September Kertu Liis Krigul, Jürgen Karvak and Kristo Raun will explain why it is worthwhile for young researchers to participate in the competition
Esmaspäeval, 11. septembril algusega kl 13.00 toimub Tartu Ülikooli aulas digitaalse bioinseneeria keskuse ning personaalmeditsiini teadus- ja arenduskeskuse avaüritus.
The University of Tartu doctoral students are invited to participate in the three-minute thesis competition on 28 September.
On August 30 at 10.30, Associate Professor Yannick Stephan from the University of Montpellier (France) will give a lecture on “Personality and Health and Cognition with Aging” as part of the “Between the Ears” lecture series.
On 12 September at 15:15, Mathilde André will defend her doctoral thesis, "New Guinea, a hotspot for Human evolution: settlement history and adaptation in northern Sahul".