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Changing Swedish sickness insurance: Policies, institutions and outcomes
The aim of this thesis is to contribute to welfare state theorising by analysing changing risk protection in Swedish sickness insurance and demonstrate how the understanding of such, and its implications, can be enhanced by strategic methodological choices.
High Power Radio Frequency Solid-State Amplifiers and Combiners for Particle Accelerators: From module to system design approach
This thesis focuses on implementing an optimal charging scheme for SRF cavities, which helps reducing the wasted energy and improves the overall efficiency operation at future accelerating facilities. Therefore, these results contribute further to the larger adoption of solid state technologies in the future power generation systems for particle accelerators.
Zebrafish models for large-scale genetic screens in dyslipidemia and atherosclerosis: Validation and application
Based on these large-scale proof-of-concept studies, this thesis confirms that zebrafish larvae can be used for large-scale, systematic genetic screens in dyslipidemia and early-stage atherosclerosis.
Melatonin in the gastrointestinal tract
The thesis' findings demonstrate the widespread presence of melatonin in the human gut and confirm a link between melatonin, psychiatric health and GI symptoms.
Supplies and Intra-Union Acquisitions of Goods under VAT
Where our feet have taken us: Examples of human contact, migration, and adaptation as revealed by ancient DNA
The thesis attests to the complexity of human demographic history in general, and how migration contributes to adaptation by dispersing novel adaptive variants to populations.
Computational Modeling of the Structure, Function and Dynamics of Biomolecular Systems
Characterization of conjugated protease inhibitors
Opponent: Prof. Boris Turk
Interrogating Diffusional Mass and Charge Transport in Catalytic Metal-Organic Frameworks
Opponent: Prof. Dr. Nicolas Plumeré, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Supervisor: Prof. Sascha Ott, Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Synthetic Molecular Chemistry.
Exploring Dye-Sensitized Mesoporous NiO Photocathodes: from Mechanism to Applications
Opponent: Prof. Fabrice Odobel, University of Nantes
Supervisors: Associate Prof. Haining Tian and Prof. Leif Hammarström, Dept. for Chemistry - Ångström Lab., Physical Chemistry
Developing and evaluating analytical techniques for antibodies and antibody-drug conjugates: From verification of conjugation to stability testing
Public defense, Jing Liu
Date: 31 March
Location: BMC, A1:107a
Title: Towards Fast and Robust Algorithms in Flash X-ray single-particle Imaging
Dissertation: Patient-reported and medical outcomes in patients with diabetic macular edema
Therese Granström defends her thesis "Patient-reported and medical outcomes in patients with diabetic macular edema - A real-world longitudinal study".
Dissertation: Sina Bondza
Deciphering Binding Patterns of Therapeutic Antibodies with Immune Cells: From Method Development to Application
Dissertation, Malin Berggrund
Identification and Clinical Implementation of Biomarkers for Cervical Cancer.
Dissertation: With Gods as Neighbours: Extra-temenal activity at Greek rural sanctuaries, 700–200 BCE
Defender: Axel Frejman
Dissertation: Lupus nephritis - Genetic impact on clinical phenotypes, disease severity and renal outcome
Karin Bolin defends her thesis "Lupus nephritis - Genetic impact on clinical phenotypes, disease severity and renal outcome".
Dissertation: Neurodevelopmental Consequences of Exposure to Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) and Related Drugs: Experimental studies in mice
Public defense in Environmental Toxicology. Opponent: Professor Vesna Jevtovic-Todorovic, Department of anesthesiology, University of Colorado
Dissertation: Computational Protein Evolution: Modeling the Selectivity and Promiscuity of Engineered Enzymes
Opponent: Prof. Maria Ramos, University of Porto, Portugal
The dissertation will be held in English.
Dissertation: Study of Resistance in Hepatitis C Virus Prior to Treatment with Direct Acting Antivirals
Midori Kjellin defends the thesis "Study of Resistance in Hepatitis C Virus Prior to Treatment with Direct Acting Antivirals".
Public defense: Drivers of evolutionary change in Podospora anserina
Public defense in systematic biology. Opponent: Professor Bengt Olle Bengtsson, Lund University.
Thesis defense Misty M Attwood
Title: Membrane-bound proteins: characterization, evolution, and functional analysis.
zoom link: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/69895318190
Opponent is Arne Elofsson, Stockholm University, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Dissertation: Studies of drug safety in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
Johanna Karlsson Sundbaum defends her thesis "Studies of drug safety in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis".
Public defence: Magnetic fields of cool stars from near-infrared spectropolarimetry
Alexis Lavail defends his dissertation.
Opponent: Jeff Valenti, Space Telescope Science Institute.
Dissertation: Fluid Management in Haemodialysis: Studies on current practices and new methods
Jenny Stenberg defends her thesis "Fluid Management in Haemodialysis: Studies on current practices and new methods".
Doctoral thesis: The Arctic Ocean palaeomagnetic record: a stratigraphic approach
Doctoral thesis: Seismic investigations and physical property studies of natural resources in Scandinavia. Efficient exploration of groundwater and mineral resources.
PhD defence: Developmental exposure to mixtures of environmental pollutants.
PhD defence in Environmental Toxicology. Title:Developmental exposure to mixtures of environmental pollutants: Studies on metabolism, developmental processes, and reproductive organs in zebrafish and chicken embryos. Opponent: Professor Patrick Babin, University of Bordeaux, France.
Dissertation: The activation and regulation of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in SLE: and possible therapeutic interventions
Karin Hjorton defends her thesis "The activation and regulation of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in SLE: and possible therapeutic interventions".
Doctoral thesis: Atomistic Modelling of Low Dimensional Materials for Energy Harvesting and Gas Sensing Applications
Syeda Rabab Naqvi defends her doctoral thesis. Opponent: Prof. Abir de Sarkar from the Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Mohali, India. Supervisor: Prof. Rajeev Ahuja, Materials Theory, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The defence is held in English.
Dissertation: Realization of Sodium-ion Batteries: From Electrode to Electrolyte Materials.
Ronnie Mogensen defends his dissertation. Opponent: Kang Xu, Adelphi Laboratory Center (ALC), Army Research Laboratory, USA. Supervisors: Reza Younesi and Daniel Brandell, Structural Chemistry, Department of Chemistry - Ångström.
Dissertation: Beyond scattering – what more can be learned from pulsed keV ion beams?
Svenja Lohmann defends her doctoral thesis. Opponent: Prof. Andreas Wucher, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. Supervisor: Daniel Primetzhofer, Applied Nuclear Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The defence is held in English.
Dissertation: Electromagnetic and Spin Properties of Hyperons
Elisabetta Perotti defends her doctoral thesis. Opponent: Dr. Luis Alvarez Ruso, Facultad de Ciencias Físicas, Universidad de Valencia. Supervisor: Prof. Stefan Leupold, Nuclear Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The defence is held in English.
Disputation: Accelerating the discovery of drugs for Neglected Tropical Diseases using biophysical methods
Giulia Opassi will defend her thesis. Opponent: Jenny Sandmark, AstraZeneca
Public Defence: Governing Migration – On the Emergence and Effects of Policies Related to the Settlement and Inclusion of Refugees
Kristoffer Jutvik defends his thesis Governing Migration – On the Emergence and Effects of Policies Related to the Settlement and Inclusion of Refugees.
Dissertation: Molecular Imaging of Diabetic Kidney Tissue and Binding Studies of Proinsulin C-peptide
Lina Lindfors will defend her thesis.
Opponent: Prof. Fredrik Almqvist, Umeå University.
Public defence: Core-hole Clock Spectroscopy Using Hard X-rays: Exciting States in Condensed Matter
Dissertation: Characterisation of natural dissolved organic matter with liquid chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry
Claudia Patriarca will defend her thesis.
Opponent: Dr Norbert Hertkorn, Helmholtz Zentrum München, German Research Center for Environmental Health