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Upcoming Events

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Wednesday 31 May

Super-resolution STED microscopy launch

at CMM

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Welcome to the launch of super-resolution stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy at CMM on May 31st 2023 at 10:00 h – 16:00 h   


10:00 – 11:00 Super-Resolution Microscopy Techniques

(lecture, CMM L8:01 room 021), Hans Blom, KTH Royal Institute of Technology & SciLifeLab


11:00 – 12:00 STED in a Shoebox, Jan Vavra, Abberior,

online lecture in Zoom:


13:00 – 16:00 Hands-on STED imaging (15 min)

To take part in the hands-on, please apply in advance by sending an e-mail to Indicate in your message the 15 min time slot between 13:00 h and 16;00 h that suits you most and whether you would like to bring your own sample. In case that you do not have your own sample, a test slide will be used for your training.

Venue: CMM L8:01, room 021 (seminar room) and 056: Laboratory for functional Fluorescence Microscopy Imaging (fFMI)

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Tuesday 13 June


at BioClinicum

Welcome to a Neuroimmunometabolism Symposium in the afternoon of June 13 at BioClinicum.


  • Ana Domingos, Oxford, “Neuroimmune interactions in metabolic homeostasis and obesity”

  • Tak W Mak, Toronto, “Cholinergic regulation of immune responses: Implications for anti-microbial and anti-tumor defenses”

  • Kevin J Tracey, New York, “Bioelectronic medicine: Preclinical insights and clinical advances”

Schedule and more detailed information: TBA

Venue: BioClinicum

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Wednesday 30 August

Faculty Breakfast

For CMM Group and Team Leaders

Welcome to CMM Faculty Breakfast for CMM Group and Team Leaders on Wednesday 2023-08-30

Check in at 08:15

Meeting Start 08:30

Meeting End 09:30


CMM Faculty Breakfast is for CMM Group Leaders and Team Leaders. The idea is to have breakfast once a month during the semester, to offer a stimulating environment for intellectual conversations under informal circumstances.

Topic: The Future of research assessment in the Open Science era

Speaker: Robert Harris, Professor, Academic Vice President of Doctoral Education, Chair of International Advisory Council


Location: TBD

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