If you are interested in studying, doing a postdoc or working in Japan, this event is for you.
Swedish researchers and others interested in science and technology in Japan are most welcome to attend the Sweden-Japan Academic Network together with Japanese researchers in Sweden, alumni members of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and Japanese governmental scholarship fellows.
The seminar is organised by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Embassy of Japan in Sweden, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Stockholm Office and JSPS Alumni Club in Sweden
- Prof. Dan Larhammar, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
- Mr. Masaki Noke, Ambassador of Japan to Sweden
Introduction of Lectures
Prof. Carl-Henrik Heldin, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Uppsala University
9:50-10:40 (including Q&A)
Invited lecture 1: TGF-β family signaling in progression of cancer
Prof. Kohei Miyazono, Tokyo University
10:40-11:30 (including Q&A)
Invited lecture 2: Plasticity in tumor cell differentiation
Prof. Aristidis Moustakas, Uppsala University
Moderator: Prof. Dan Larhammar, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
- Prof. Carl-Henrik Heldin, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Uppsala University
- Prof. Kohei Miyazono, Tokyo University
- Prof. Aristidis Moustakas, Uppsala University
- Ms. Ingrid Helander, Science Editor, Svenska Dagbladet
Prof. Tadaharu Tsumoto, Director, JSPS Stockholm Office
For the safety of all attendees, we expect that all participants in the symposium are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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