Information meeting at Dept. Neuroscience

Everybody Dept. of Neuroscience staff and researchers are invited to an information meeting 

  • SciLife Lab – National infrastructure” - Aristidis Moustakas, SciLif Lab
  • "Zebrafish Neural Networks" - Henrik Boije, Ragnar Söderbergforskare
  • Current information from the Head of Department  - Finn Hallböök
  • Presentations of the committees at the Department of Neuroscience

The meeting will be held in English and fika will be provided.

Thursday 14 December between 13.00 – 15.00 in B41, BMC.

Welcome!

Finn Hallböök

Recent theses

Georgios Makris, Psykiatry, 7 Dec 2017, kl 13.00

Susanna Tuvemo Johnson, Physioterapy, 11 Jan 2018, kl 13.00

Do you want to research at the Department of Neuroscience?

Our groups of researcher are continuously loooking for new collaborative partners, post-doctoral fellows, Ph.D. students and project students. We are able to offer a range of different projects that can be tailored to your interests. Read more about our groups of researchers and contact our group leaders.

Read more about our recruitment here.

 

Krishantering och krisstöd

Information att läsa om krishantering:

Tips till drabbade - bemästring av allvarliga händelser

Modernt krisstöd

Krisstöd vid allvarlig händelse

Klicka här för att hitta mer information eller kontakta oss gärna på Kunskapscentrum för katastrofpsykiatri, KcKP.

Publications

Read about the Dept. of Neuroscience latest publications

Best Abstract Award to Neurosurgery unit at Dept of Neuroscience

2016-04-20

The Organizing Committee of the EuroNeuro 2016 presents Best Abstract Award to:

“Hemodynamic disturbances in the early phase after subarachnoid hemorrhage:
Regional cerebral blood flow studied by bedside Xenon-enhanced CT. (EN16-NI20)”

Author: Engquist, Henrik - Co-Authors: Rostami, Elham and Enblad, Per, from “Uppsala
University”.

9th Interntaional update on neuro - Anesthesia och neuro - Instensive Care, 14-16 April Barcelona Spain

Read more on the web page about the research at Neurosurgery, Dept. of Neuroscience