Two-year post-doctoral position in Molecular Biology, Cava lab
Several researchers within the MIMS/UCMR research community got funding from the Swedish Research Council: Jörgen Johansson, Anders Sjöstedt, Constantin Urban and Anna Överby Wernstedt. Congratulations to them!
Read the article (in Swedish) for more details here.
This year the Swedish Research Council distributed a more modest budget to support research projects at the field of medicine and health but there is high hope for next year as the government partitioned a higher bugdet for VR again.
Visit the website of the Swedish Research Council for more information: https://www.vr.se
Read the articel here about Ahmad Ali Ahmad's (postdoctoral researcher in the Sekulic Group at NCMM) visit in the group of Linda Sandblad (UCEM, Umeå University/MIMS) to learn all aspects of cryo-EM and apply this method to study centromeric chromatin.
Text: Lena Åminne, Source: https://www.umu.se/en/news/the-knut-and-alice-wallenberg-foundation_9723707/
The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) in Umeå has been granted SEK 170 million in operational support and another SEK 68 million for recruitments into data-driven Life Science by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. WCMM Umeå will work in close collaboration with MIMS to further fortify Umeå’s already strong position in the field.
Photo by Mattias Petterson
The Swedish Young Academy gives young researchers a unique voice to highlight issues that specifically affects young Swedish academics. It also offers a powerful platform to perform work within the four key areas of interest of the academy: outreach, internationalization, cross-disciplinary research and research policy. Ellen Bushell is group leader at The Laboratory for Molecular Infection Medicine Sweden, MIMS, at Umeå University and is a newly elected member of the Swedish Young Academy.