21.06.2023 seminar by Professor Stefan Hansson (University of Lund) "Fetal haemoglobin metabolites and their role in preeclampsia and fetal growth restriction-potential biomarkers and targets for therapy".
14.-16.06.2023 ABC7: Autoimmunity, B cells and Complement summer schoolorganised by EIAS, EFIS, and NCC. Read more.
29.11.2022 seminar by Associate Professor Kirsi A. Virtanen (Turku PET Centre, Turku University Hospital and University of Turku, Turku, Finland) "Human brown adipose tissue - relevance for body weight and metabolic function".
28.09.2022 seminar by Dr Līga Zvejniece (Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Pharmacology, Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis, Riga, Latvia) "Sigma-1 receptor: the intracellular target of neurodegenerative drugs".
12.11.2020 virtual seminar by Prof. Charlotte Menne Bonefeld (Department of Immunology and Microbiology, the University of Copenhagen and LEO Foundation Skin Immunology Research Center) "The role of local memory in allergic contact dermatitis".
04.11.2020 seminar by Prof .Alireza Fazeli "Extracellular vesicles: Universal language of life”.
09.10.2020 seminar "Research on SARS-CoV-2/COVID19". Prof. Irja Lutsar: "Sars-CoV-2 in Estonia"; Prof. Tambet Teesalu: "Cellular receptors of SARS-CoV-2: involvement of C-end Rule/Neuropilin pathway"; Research Prof. Kai Kisand: "T cells and interferons in COVID19"; Prof. Pärt Peterson: "Longitudinal analysis of antibody response and inflammation markers in COVID-19 patients".
15.12.2019 seminar by Dr. Jüri Reimand (Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada) "Discovery of cancer biomarkers among non-coding RNA genes".
02–05.12.2019 Winter School “Basics to Work with Extracellular Vesicles“.
03.12.2019 guest seminar by Associate Prof. Malene Møller Jørgensen (Aalborg University, Denmark) "Potentials and Capabilities of the Extracellular Vesicle (EV) Array – in health and disease".
29–30.11.2019 Science Day for doctoral students and their supervisors.
27.11.2019 seminar by Dr. Taru Tukiainen (University of Helsinki, Finnish Academy of Sciences) "X chromosome inactivation – from cells to population and phenotypes".
22.10.2019 Pilleriin Soodla defended her theses "Newly HIV infected people in Estonia: estimation of incidence and transmitted drug resistance".
11.10.2019 guest seminar by Dr. Augustas Pivoriūnas (Department of Stem Cell Biology at State Research Institute Centre for Innovative Medicine, Vilnius, Lithuania) "Extracellular vesicles as a new mode of intercellular communication and potent novel therapeutic tools against neurodegenerative diseases".
27.09.2019 guest seminar by Francisco Otero-Ferrer (University Institute of Sustainable Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) "Seahorses: Unusual and strange parents".
26.09.2019 seminar by Dr. Daniel Tennant (Hypoxia and Metabolism Group, Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, University of Birmingham, UK) "Investigation into hypoxia-induced changes in metabolism – lessons from genetic models".
23.08.2019 seminar by Osborne Almeida (Department of Stress Neurobiology and Neurogenetics, Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Germany) "Stress and the brain: life without stress would be like... no more summers!".
22.08.2019 Katyayani Singh defended her theses "Neuropsychiatric endophenotypes ‒ focusing on IgLON adhesion molecules in the mouse brain'".
18.04.2019 seminar by Prof. Pirjo Laakkonen (University of Helsinki, Finland) "Peptide-based targeting of brain neoplasms".
17.04.2019 seminar by Associate Professor Sebastia Canovas (University of Murcia, Spain) "Epigenetic cost of Assisted Reproductive Technologies".
07.03.2019 guest seminar byProf. Margus Pedaste (Head of the Centre of Educational Technology, Professor of Educational Technology, Institute of Education) "Vision of (more) personalized learning using educational technology".
05.03.2019 guest seminar by Assistant Professor Sourav Bhattacharjee (School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Dublin, Ireland) "Zeta potential measurements: implications and challenges".
06.02.2019 seminar by Deanna Wolfson (Department of Physics and Technology at The Arctic University of Norway) "Techniques, challenges, and applications of super-resolution microscopy".
10.–13.12.2018, the course of confocal microscopy.
22.10.2018 seminar by Prof. Dr. Geert Bultynck’i (Department Cellular and Molecular Medicine, KU Leuven) "Anti-apoptotic Bcl-2 proteins as calcium-signaling modulators: from molecular mechanisms towards novel therapeutic strategies".
26.09.2018 seminar by Prof. Maija Dambrova (Faculty of Pharmacy, Riga Stradins University) "Novel cardiometabolic drug candidate methyl-GBB: discovery and mechanisms of action".
8–11.05.2018 course „Epigenomic Regulation“ for PhD and master students, teachers, residents and medical practitioner. The topics of the lectures vary from new technologies to the role of epigenetic mechanisms in cell differentiation and disease processes. Read more.
27.04.2018 seminar by Prof. Anne Agur (University of Toronto, Canada) "Peripheral sensory nerve blocks and radiofrequency ablation: An alternative pain management strategy".
16.03.2018 seminar by Prof. Ting-Fen Tsai (National Yang Ming University) "CISD2 mediates lifespan in mammals".
27.02.2018 seminar by Prof. Poul Hyttel (Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, University of Copenhagen) "Life experiences from four decades with embryos".
02.02.2018 seminar "Host-microorganism interactions". Nanna Fyhrquist (Karolinska Instititute) "Host-microorganism interaction in atopic dermatitis" and Elin Org (Estonian Genome Centre Research Centre, Institute of Genomics), "Gut microbiota influence on metabolism and cardiometabolic phenotypes".
23.01.2018 seminar by Associate Prof. Jarek Mäestu "Influence of physical activity/load to health and performance related factors".