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Karolinska Research Lectures – Michael Lynch

Karolinska Research Lectures at NOBEL FORUM
April 16, 16.30

Michael Lynch
Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
http://www.bio.indiana.edu

Title: Mutation, Drift, and the origin or subcellular features

Although natural selection may be the most powerful force in the biological world, it is not all powerful. As a consequence, many aspects of evolution of the molecular level can […]

Karolinska research lecture – Junying Yuan

Karolinska Research Lectures at NOBEL FORUM

March 19, 16.30

Junying Yuan
Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

https://yuan.med.harvard.edu

Title: “Regulation of necroptosis and inflammation by RIPK1”

Abstract
Necrosis is a common pathological feature in a multitude of human diseases ranging from cancers to neurodegeneration. However, the traditional belief that necrosis was a passive form of cell […]

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Karolinska Research Lectures – Itzhak Fried

Itzhak Fried

Director of the Epilepsy Surgery Program, UCLA Los Angeles, USA
http://faculty.bri.ucla.edu

Title: “Neuromodulation of human memory: From single neuron recordings to clinical intervention”

Abstract
Loss of memory is one of the most devastating afflictions of the human condition. Present in ever increasing numbers of neurological patients it casts an ominous shadow on the social horizon. […]