On the 26th of June, students and researchers from the Medical University of Innsbruck (MUI) had the opportunity to participate in the Eurolife Distinguished Lecture of Prof. Tobias Moser. Prof. Moser gave an interactive presentation on the optogenetic techniques, which he developed, which constitute a hope for optical cochlear implants. Upon the completion of his […]
Eurolife Distinguished Lecture Series
The Eurolife Distinguished Lecture Series (EDLS) offer a platform for inviting distinguished researchers from other Eurolife Universities to present cutting-edge research at one host Eurolife University. The design of the Series also allows an active dialogue between lecturers, researchers and students and foster awareness and branding in partner institutions. The topics of the lectures cover Eurolife key research areas: neuroscience, imaging, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, inflammation, genetics of complex diseases and international health among them.
On 9 July 2018 the 35 participants to the Eurolife Summer School at the Leiden University Medical Center listened to the lecture by Prof. Arne Östman from the Department of Oncology-Pathology, Karolinska Institute in Sweden. The lecture was part of the Eurolife Summer School on Molecular Mechanisms in Cancer held on 9-13 July 2018. Following […]
On 14 May 2018 Semmelweis University in Hungary hosted the Eurolife Symposium. The scientific event, which welcomed presentations from renowned academics from Semmelweis University, offered cutting-edge lectures in oncohematalogy, heart and vascular studies, physiology, epigenetics and genetics, cell- and immunobiology. The draw of the Symposium was the Eurolife Distinguished Lecture of Prof. Pancras Hogendorn titled […]
Leiden University Medical Center hosts the Eurolife Minisymposium on Computational Biology. The event was held on 11 April 2018. Upon the conclusion of the Symposium, the keynote Speaker Prof. Zlatko Trajanoski from Medical University of Innsbruck was presented with the Eurolife Medal. The aim of the Symposium was to open a sustainable process of dialogue, […]
The Eurolife Autumn Symposium took place on the 24th and 25th of October, and was organized by the University of Barcelona, the Institute of Neurosciences of the UB and the master’s degree in Neurosciences. Researcher Per Svenningson, professor from Karolinska Instituet (Sweden) was awarded the Eurolife medal, and gave the final conference of the ceremony. […]