Tapahtumakalenteri

syyskuu 23

Dissertation: Maija Seppä-Moilanen

​Maija Seppä-Moilanen, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Medicine, Doctoral Program in Clinical Research
Sleep and Breathing in Preterm Infants : Polysomnography Studies on the Effects of Caffeine and Supplemental Oxygen

Opponent: professori Richard J. Martin, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine



Aloitusaika: 23.09.2022 12:00
Lopetusaika: 23.09.2022 14:00
Kesto: 2 hours
Sijainti: HUS Puistosairaala, Niilo Hallman sali, Stenbäckinkatu 11
Tyyppi: Dissertation
Organisaatio: UH, Faculty of Medicine
Yhteyshenkilö: maija.seppa@helsinki.fi
syyskuu 23

Dissertation: Annina Haverinen

​Annina Haverinen, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Medicine, Doctoral Program in Clinical Research
Estradiol valerate vs. ethinylestradiol in combined oral contraception: effects on metabolism, reproductive hormones and blood coagulation

Opponent: docent Niina Matikainen, University of Helsinki



Aloitusaika: 23.09.2022 12:00
Lopetusaika: 23.09.2022 14:00
Kesto: 2 hours
Sijainti: Naistenklinikka, Seth Wichmann -sali, Haartmaninkatu 2
Tyyppi: Dissertation
Organisaatio: UH, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences
Yhteyshenkilö: annina.haverinen@helsinki.fi
syyskuu 23

Dissertation: Tuuli Mustonen

​Tuuli Mustonen, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Medicine, Doctoral Program in Clinical Research
Gelsolin amyloidosis: From genealogy to clinical features

Opponent: Doctor Laura Obici, University of Pavia, Italy



Aloitusaika: 23.09.2022 12:00
Lopetusaika: 23.09.2022 14:00
Kesto: 2 hours
Sijainti: Haartman Institute, lecture hall 2, Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 Helsinki
Tyyppi: Dissertation
Organisaatio: UH, Faculty of Medicine
Yhteyshenkilö: tuuli.mustonen@helsinki.fi
syyskuu 26

HiLIFE webinar / Viikki Monday Seminar: Jacob T. Robinson

​Magnetic technologies for battery-free bioelectronics and neuromodulation

Jacob Robinson is an Associate Professor in Electrical & Computer Engineering and Bioengineering at Rice University, and an Adjunct Associate Professor in Neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine. His research group uses nanofabrication technology to create miniature devices to manipulate and monitor neural circuit activity.  He received a B.S. in Physics from UCLA in 2003 and a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Cornell University in 2008. He then began a postdoctoral research position in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University, where he created silicon nanowire devices to probe the electrical and chemical activity of living cells. In 2012, he joined the ECE and BioE departments at Rice.  Dr. Robinson is a performer on several DARPA neurotech and bioelectronics programs and currently leads one of the N3 teams creating non-surgical neural interfaces. Dr. Robinson is the recipient of the DARPA Young Faculty Award, the Materials Today Rising Star Award, and is a Senior Member of IEEE. He previously served as the co-chair of the IEEE Brain Initiative and a core member of the IEEE Brain Neuroethics working group. He is also CEO and Co-Founder of Motif Neurotech. 

Abstract: Miniature implanted and injected technologies capable of manipulating and recording biological signals promise to improve the way we study biology and the way we diagnose and treat disease; however, to create an effective bioelectronic network we must overcome myriad engineering challenges. In this talk, I will describe how we can leverage unique material properties to overcome some of these challenges. Specifically, I will show how magnetoelectric materials allow us to effectively transmit data and power to mm-sized devices deep inside the body. I will also describe how we can engineer fast magnetic control of genetically targeted neurons. Overall, these technologies provide a suite of miniature interfaces that could support next-generation brain-computer interfaces and closed-loop electronic medicine. 

Robinson research group 

@JTRobinsonlab 

 

Welcome to this exciting seminar!  

Nelson Totah 

 

Selected publications: 

"Subsecond multichannel magnetic control of select neural circuits in freely moving flies," C. Sebesta, D. Torres, B. Wang, J. Asfouri, Z. Li, G. Duret, K. Jiang, Z. Xiao, L. Zhang, Q. Zhang, V. Colvin, S. M. Goetz, A. V. Peterchev, H. Dierick, G. Bao, J. T. Robinson, Nature Materials, June 2022. [web

“A wireless millimetric magnetoelectric implant for the endovascular stimulation of peripheral nerves,” J. C. Chen, P. Kan, Z. Yu, F. Alrashdan, R. Garcia, A. Singer, C. S. Edwin Lai, B. Avants, S. Crosby, M. M. Felicella, A. Robledo, J. D. Hartgerink, S. A. Sheth, K. Yang, J. T. Robinson, accepted, Nature Biomedical Engineering, 2022. [web

"Magnetoelectric materials for miniature, wireless neural stimulation at therapeutic frequencies," A. Singer, B. W. Avants, N. Verma, E. Lewis, J. C. Chen, A. K. Feldman, S. Dutta, J. Chu, J. O'Malley, M. Beierlein, C. Kemere, J. T. Robinson, Neuron, 107, 4, 631 (2020). [web


Aloitusaika: 26.09.2022 15:00
Lopetusaika: 26.09.2022 16:00
Kesto:
Sijainti: remotely
Tyyppi: Webinar
Organisaatio: Helsinki Institute of Life Science HiLIFE
Yhteyshenkilö: hilife-seminars@helsinki.fi
syyskuu 27

KLIINISEN PATOLOGIAN NYKYNÄKYMIÄ: Perttu Arkkila, Tuomas Mäntylä ja Ari Ristimäki

Suolistosyöpäseulonta Perttu Arkkila, Tuomas Mäntylä ja Ari Ristimäki

Aloitusaika: 27.09.2022 12:15
Lopetusaika: 27.09.2022 13:00
Kesto: 45 minutes
Sijainti: Patologian kirjasto (C-porras, 2. krs), Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 Helsinki
Tyyppi: Seminar
Organisaatio: UH, Faculty of Medicine
Yhteyshenkilö: paivi.mulari-matikainen@helsinki.fi