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Weekly Schedule

Week 26 (26- 30 June 2017)
09 juni 2017

Weekly schedule by email: Every Friday afternoon the weekly schedule for the coming week is distributed by email. If you also want to receive our weekly schedules, please send an email to GELIFES Office and you will be added to the mailing list.

Announcements for the weekly schedule: If you have anything to announce that is of interest to all institute members, including literature / book discussions, please send an email to GELIFES Office before 12:00 hr on Thursday.

Monday 26th

Room

09:30

LAB/OBP Noord – Weekly meeting

5171.0340

10:30 TRÊS – Coffee break 5172.0580
12:00

Ocean Ecosystems

MSc colloquium Marcel van der Heide: Aquaculture vs. Fishing
5172.0571
12:15

NEUROBIOLOGY – Molecular Neurobiology Group Meeting

Tegan Otto and Joelle Jagersma will give final presentations of their projects
5172.0504
13:00

GREEN - Plantphysiology

Kim Kiekebos (Supervisor: J. Stefels) will present her research project: Algal growth and input in the Antarctic ocean
5172.0571
16:15

TRÊS Theory Club:

Albertas Janulevicius : Evolutionary modelling of imbalanced state of glycolysis
5172.0571

Tuesday 27th

Room

12:00

ConsEco lunchmeeting

Idrissa Ouédraogo : Diversity, abundance and distribution of freshwater Molluscs in Burkina Faso

Clément Daboné: Hooded vulture, a species threatened with extinction in Burkina Faso: Status of population and causes of the decline

5172.0571

12:30

EGDB meeting

Elzemiek Geuverink : Evolution of sex determination genes and mechanisms in Hymenoptera

5172.0679

Wednesday 28th

Room

09:30

GREEN - Population genetics/omics Journal club (everybody is welcome)

Marine mammal subspecies in the age of genetics: Introductory remarks from the Associate Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Marine Mammal Science" by Schwartz, M. K. and Boness, D. J. and Diagnosability of mtDNA with Random Forests: Using sequence data to delimit subspecies” by Archer, F. I., Martien, K. K. and Taylor, B. L. Mar Mam Sci (2017).

5173.0347

Thursday 29th

Room

16:00

GELIFES seminar

Markus Schmidt(Universitätsklinik für Neurologie, Hopital Universitaire de Berne): The energy allocation model of sleep function
5171.0415

Friday 30th

Room

09:00

Neurobiology Seminar Day (Host: Betty Hornix)

09:00 Lian Feenstra (Steffen van Heijningen/Gertjan van Dijk): Early life programming affects late life metabolic health and the development of diseases.

09:30 Iris Riemersma (Anouschka Ramsteijn/Jocelien Olivier): The effect of maternal separation on brain gene expression in heterozygous serotonin transporter knockout rats.

10:00 – 10:15     Coffee break

10:15 Chantal Arling (Danielle Houwing/Jocelien Olivier): The effects of maternal depression and fluoxetine treatment during pregnancy on the affective and social behaviour in the offspring. Effect of different maternal separation procedures on weight in offspring.

10:45 Klaske Oberman (Leonie Gouweleeuw/Regien Schoemaker): Active immunization in Alzheimer: a promising tool or a blind way?

11:15 Marjolein Calon (Nur Qomariyah/Gertjan van Dijk): The antidiabetic effect of Sansevieria trifasciata extract in streptozotocin high- and low-fat diet induced diabetic rats.

11:45 – 12:45     Lunch

12:45 Martha Olthuis (Frank Raven/Robbert Havekes): Can cofilin mimic sleep deprivation in hippocampus-dependent memory tasks?

13:15 Ieva Rybakovaite (Frank Raven/Robbert Havekes): The role of active cofilin in hippocampus and perirhinal cortex associated with sleep deprivation.

13:35 Annemiek Haan (Frank Raven/Robbert Havekes): The role of inactive cofilin in the hippocampus associated with sleep deprivation.

14:15 – 14:30     Coffee break

14:30 Tim Faassen (Kevin Ike/Martien Kas): Differences in BTBR T+tf/J and C56BL/6J mice in various social behavioural paradigms. The social withdrawal battery

15:00 Ymkje Huitema & Romy Smit(Bauke Buwalda): The Visible Burrow System: Behavioural and Physiological Correlates of Social Status in WTG rats.

16:00 Drinks
5171.0415
14:30

PhD defence

Erin van Buel (Neurobiology) Towards a neurobiological view of depression. Search for diagnostic biomarkers and alterations by electroconvulsive therapy

Academy Building
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