LUDC DPLU Diabetes research day
The LUDC DPLU Diabetes research day is a yearly event with the aim of increasing the knowledge of diabetes research.
The event is arranged by the Diabetes programme at Lund University (DPLU), a network of young diabetes researchers at Lund University Diabetes Centre (LUDC).
Junior and senior diabetes researchers give lectures on current research during the day. Talks are also given by the winners of the Leif C. Groop award for outstanding diabetes research, the DPLU student grant and the Leif C. Groop young scientist scholarship.
The event is aimed at anyone with an interest in diabetes research.
Register for the meeting by sending an email to research administrator Ulrika Blom-Nilsson by February 20.
Email address: ulrika [dot] blom-nilsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Registration and lunch sandwich
Michael Miskelly, Lund University, LUDC, Neuroendocrine cell biology
“Transcriptional profiling of the small intestine in relation to type 2 diabetes”
Talk by the winner of the Leif C. Groop young scientist scholarship
Aleksander Lühr Hansen, Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen
”Low birthweight is associated with clinical patient characteristics at the time of type 2 diabetes”
Key note speaker
Mikael Rydén, Karolinska Institutet
”Teasing out the links between white adipose tissue and cardiometabolic disease-ranging from the single cell level to clinical interventions”
Coffee and tea
Talk by Tove Fall, the winner of the Leif C. Groop award for outstanding diabetes research
Claes Fryklund, Lund University, LUDC, Glucose transport and protein trafficking
“Molecular mechanisms influencing insulin action and glucose transport in the expanding adipocyte”
Talk by the recipient of the DPLU PhD student grant
Closing remarks by DPLU representatives followed by mingle in the CRC lunch area, floor 11
Dinner in CRC restaurant (registration required)
About the event
Agardh lecture hall, Jan Waldenströms gata 35, Clinical Research Centre (CRC) in Malmö
ulrika [dot] blom-nilsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se