Thursday 16 March 2023, Biomedicum 1, Lecture Hall 2
Please note that the registration has been closed. However, remote participation is possible.
In case you haven't registered but would like to attend the talks, please join through Zoom: https://helsinki.zoom.us/j/4022244717
PhD researchers who would like to earn credits (KLTO-182, 1 ECTS) should register additionally via SISU. To earn credits, you need to participate in all sessions and write learning diaries of at least three different talks, each 1-1.5 pages long. Please send your learning diaries to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 31 March 2023.
|09.30-09.40||Bram Berntzen||Welcome from the organizers & setting the stage|
|09.40-10.05||Atle Fretheim||Conducting research to inform infection control policies during the pandemic||Remote|
|10.05-10.30||Rolf Apweiler||COVID-19 data portal and how infrastructures like that are useful in other crises||Remote|
|11.00-11.25||Tuomo Hartonen||Nationwide health, socioeconomic and genetic predictors of COVID-19 vaccination status in Finland|
|11.25-11.50||Vilja Pietiäinen||High-content imaging for the serology and treatment of SARS-CoV-2 infection|
|13.20-13.45||Anne-Marie Fors Connolly||Cardiovascular complications following COVID-19||Remote|
|13.40-14.05||Risto Roine||Clinical picture of long COVID-19|
|14.05-14.30||Vilma Lammi||Long COVID-19 Host Genetics Initiative|
|15.00-15.25||Hanna Ollila||PREDICT consortium: Transdisciplinary science advancing discovery||Remote|
|15.25-15.35||Liisa Laine||Economics and Health: Case COVID-19||Remote|
|15.35-16.00||Antti Ripatti||Macroeconomic Impact of Endemic COVID|
|16.00-16.30||Andrea Ganna||COVID-19 host genetics initiative, the importance of team science and data sharing|