Mini Symposium: Professor Tom Kirchhausen from Harvard

We are very excited to host a mini symposium on the occasion of the visit of Tom Kirchhausen from Harvard University in our department.

The symposium will be centered around live fluorescence microscopy for cell signaling and communication. It will involve latest insight on COVID19 cell entry pathways by Tom and then on permeation of blood brain and epithelia barrier for nanoparticles delivery, signaling in cells and lastly, how machine learning on single particle imaging can decipher cell entry pathways. 

Time: 25 November 2021, 9:00-12:15

Place: A2-11.01 Bülowsvej 21 (Frederiksberg campus, new plant science building ground
floor)

Zoom: https://ucph-ku.zoom.us/j/67157439903?pwd=dWtiMmJPOUFGUlZqRDVoY2tObVIzdz09
Meeting ID: 671 5743 9903
Passcode: UCPH_visit

Program:

9:00-9:10 Welcome and Introduction
9:10-10:00 Tom Kirchhausen, Harvard Medical school USA
How SARS-CoV-2 enters cells and ways to block infection
10:00-10:40 Hanne M Nielsen Department of Pharmacy University of Copenhagen
Visualizing epithelial membrane interactions and effects of a drug delivery enhancer
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:25 Nikos Hatzakis Department of Chemistry & Nanoscience center
Cell entry pathways of virus and nanoparticles by quantitative single particle studies
and machine learning analysis
11:15-11:50 Martin J Lauritzen Department of Neuroscience University of Copenhagen
Transcytosis of Nanoparticles at the blood brain barrier
11:50-12:15 Lotte B Pedersen Department of Biology University of Copenhagen
Microtubule motor-based transport in primary cilia: implications for signaling and
disease

Organizer: Nikos Hatzakis,
Department of Chemistry & Nanoscience Center, NovoNordisk Center for Protein Research

Co-organizer: Hanne Mørck Nielsen
Department of Pharmacy University of Copenhagen, Center for Biopharmaceuticals and Biobarriers in Drug Delivery

Funding: Villum foundation BIONEC center of excellence, NovoNordisk foundation BioDelivery challenge center