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Summer greetings!

Sunset on a beach. Photo.
Enjoy the sunny (and rainy) days! Recovery is a powerful investment for your future career!

As the summer holidays approach, we would like to remind all of our scientists about the imminent start of our special interest groups (SIGs). Meetings and activities will start after the summer. So take a look at the SIG in the blue box and contact the convening person to ensure that you are not missing any occasion.

We look forward to showcasing the goals and the activities of our SIGs both on the MultiPark webpage and during the MultiPark retreat, which is scheduled to take place on December 14 and 15 in Ystad. Therefore, we encourage all convening persons of our SIGs to discuss within your SIG how you may contribute with content to the retreat program. Please, contact Diana Jerman (diana [dot] jerman [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se) with suggestions for this no later than October 14th.

Between July 1st and August 12th, the MultiPark management will have reduced activity levels due to summer vacations.

We look forward to restarting our normal activities from the second half of August. In the meantime, we would like to wish all MultiParkers a happy Summer!

Your coordinator,


SIGs – 13 opportunities to interact

1. Genetics of neurodegenerative diseases (Andreas Puchmann)

2. Brain circuit analysis (Andreas Heuer)

3. MAXIV user NET (Oxana Klementieva)

4. Integrative pharmacology and physiology (Pär Halje)

5. Molecular signaling in neurodegenerative diseases (Lautaro Belfiori)

6. Development and validation of novel assays for aggregated tau and TDP-43 (Sara Linse)

7. Development and implementation of fluid biomarkers in neurodegenerative diseases (Sebastian Palmqvist)

8. External insults to the CNS and neurodegeneration (Iben Lundgaard)

9. Novel imaging methods in observational studies and clinical trials (Markus Nilsson, Nicola Spotorno)

10. Digital tools to reliably evaluate cognitive and neurological symptoms (Maria H Nilsson)

11. Cellular reprogramming for disease modeling, diagnostics, and repair (Henrik Ahlenius)

12. Basal ganglia disease and models (Rana Soylu Kucharz)

13. Neuroinflammatory pathways in neurodegenerative diseases (Maria Swanberg)