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Seminar: Intensive care, mechanical ventilation, sepsis and organ dysfunction
A brief introduction to intensive care and a presentation of the doctoral project "Effects of lung-protective ventilation on microbiological growth and inflammatory biomarkers in experimental sepsis.
Biomedicinskt centrum, BMC
Dissertation: Medication reviews by clinical pharmacists in older hospitalised patients - Implementation, performance and effects
Public defense of PhD thesis "Medication reviews by clinical pharmacists in older hospitalised patients - Implementation, performance and effects" by Thomas Kempen
Seminar: Challenges in microbial genome sequencing in clinical diagnostics
Whole genome sequencing methods are established in many microbiological laboratories all over the world. However, the sequencing of clinical samples is a specific challenge as there are defined requirements which must fit into the infrastructure of the lab but also to the national requirements of the health system. The focus of this seminar is on the implementation of Nanopore sequencing at the la
Seminar: Planetary health and burden of lifestyle disease - can we learn from Nature?
Among species living in extreme environments ingenious solutions that developed during evolution may contain clues for how man could resist the effects of a changing climate on our health. The evolutionary conserved transcription factor Nrf2 play a role for survival in extreme environments and nutritional Nrf2 activation protect animals from heat stress, pollution and pesticides.