HALOS Final Conference
What value has HALOS created for the Life Science sector and where is HALOS heading next? Join HALOS Final Conference In Lund on the 8th of June - a full-day event with exciting presentations, panel discussions and opportunities.
Register for the HALOS Final Conference here.
Registration deadline: 1st of June.
The programme is scheduled 9.00-16.00, followed by refreshments, posters and, at 18.00, dinner.
09.30 Opening: Greetings from the HALOS chair and Lund University vice-chancellor Erik Renström as well as overview of HALOS activities and results 2019-2022, Kajsa M. Paulsson (LU)
10.00 Industry Session - Experiences from both HALOS and other initiatives and regions. What are the opportunities if academia-inudstry-large scale facilities collaborate? From industry outreach plans to implementation - how do we move forward?
Speakers: Eva Crosas (DESY), Maria Sunnerhagen (LiU) and Tomas Lundqvist (MaU).
Moderator: Stephan Bouman (Medicon Valley Alliance).
10.45 Coffee/tea break
11.15 Science highlight I - 'Structures, Light, and the Calcium Pump', Samuel John Hjort-Jensen, Aarhus University
All science talks will include exciting scientific results from HALOS projects as well as perspectives such as the values of cross-border collaboration and industry outreach, value for the life science sector, horizontal criteria and lessons learned
11.30 Regional Development: results and activities including the Joint HALOS region strategy.
Eskil Mårtensson (Region Skåne), Jakob Øster (Capital Region of Denmark), Tom Schumacher (City of Hamburg
12.00 Science highlight II, 'The disordered N-terminal of MgTA - more than a mere appendix?', Amanda Eriksson Skoog, Lund University
12.15 Lunch, combined with poster viewing
13.15 Science highlight III - 'Targeting the NADPH oxidase 2 subunit p67phox by Fragment-Based Drug Discovery', Dilip Narayanan, University of Copenhagen
13.30 Cross-Border Research: Results and value of the 6-month projects for the Life Science sector as well as the value of the Cross-Border collaboration, Kajsa M. Paulsson and Arwen Pearson.
14.00 Science highlight IV - 'Imaging of Covid-19 infected heart tissue', Patrick Møller Jensen (Technical University of Denmark)
14.15 What will come next? "HALOS 2.0" and continued collaborations within the Life Science sector in the HALOS region. Kajsa M. Paulsson (LU), Anders Bjorholm Dahl (DTU), Emanuel Larsson (LU), Stephan Bouman (Medicon Valley Alliance), Anders Sjöström (LU)
14.45 Coffee/tea break and poster viewing
15.15 Regional/ministerial discussions: Panel debate including Pia Kinhult (ESS), Klaus von Lepel (Ministry of Science, Hamburg), and Morten Scharff (Ministry of Higher Education and Science, Denmark). Moderator: Petter Hartman (CEO Medicon Village Innovation)
15.45 Concluding remarks
16.00 Poster viewing with refreshments