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Article of the Year Award

Every year, Lund Stem Cell Center holds its prestigious 'Article of the Year Award'. Publications from the center are nominated by the Principal Investigators and are subject to external evaluation. The results are announced at the annual retreat and the prize is 50 000 SEK awarded to the research group of the winner.

This year, the Lund Stem Cell Center Article of the Year Award (2021) ceremony will take place on Tuesday 24th May at the SCC Retreat.

 

Program:

13:35             Maciej Ciesla (Bellodi group) “Oncogenic translation directs spliceosome dynamics revealing an integral role for SF3A3 in breast cancer”

13:50             Marie Jönsson (Jakobsson group) “Activation of endogenous retroviruses during brain development causes an inflammatory response”

14:05             Martina de Santis (Wagner group) “Extracellular-Matrix-Reinforced Bioinks for 3D Bioprinting Human Tissue”

14:20            Presentation of Award and prizes

 

Chair: TBA

Contact person: Claire [dot] McKay [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se

Previous Article of the Year awardees:

2020: Marie Jönsson (Jakobsson group): "Activation of neuronal genes via LINE-1 elements upon global DNA demethylation in human neural progenitors", Nature Communications, 2020).


2019: Karolina Pircs (Jakobsson group) " Huntingtin aggregation impairs autophagy, leading to argonaute-2 accumulation and global microRNA dysregulation" (Cell Reports, 2019).

 

2018: Nicola Guzzi (Bellodi group) "Pseudouridylation of tRNA - Derived Fragments Steers Translational Control in Stem Cells" (Cell 2018).

 

2017: Per Ludvik Brattås (Jakobsson group) "TRIM28 Controls a Gene Regulatory Network Based on Endogenous Retroviruses in Human Neural Progenitor Cells" (Cell 2017).