On October 25 Marina Šunina will defend her thesis "Flow cytometric analysis of T and B cell properties in healthy donors and subjects with vitiligo"
On October 19th Lagle Lehes will defend her thesis “The first study of voice and resonance related treatment outcomes of Estonian cleft palate children”.
The three-minute thesis competition for University of Tartu doctoral students brought together young researchers of many disciplines.
The University of Tartu, in cooperation with the Tallinn University of Technology, have developed a strategy and action plan for developing health technologies and services for 2023–2028. By the end of the decade, the strategy aims to have at least 200 research-intensive companies with international reach operating in this field in Estonia, helping prevent and treat diseases both in Estonia and worldwide.
5. oktoobril kaitseb Kadri Medijainen doktoritööd “Effects of disease-specific physiotherapy on functional performance in patients with mild-to-moderate Parkinson’s disease“.
3. novembril kell 12.00 kaitseb Liis Ilves arstiteaduse erialal doktoritööd “Metabolomic profiling of chronic inflammatory skin diseases” („Krooniliste põletikuliste dermatooside metaboloomiline profileerimine“).
The public event takes place on Thursday, 28 September, in the conference hall of the University of Tartu Library.
The Teaming centres of excellence in digitalised bioengineering and personalised medicine at the University of Tartu are expected to become lighthouses in the region, attracting the best scientists and bringing change to the innovation landscape nationally and internationally.
On 7 September Kertu Liis Krigul, Jürgen Karvak and Kristo Raun will explain why it is worthwhile for young researchers to participate in the competition