Upcoming Dissertations

October 2016

28 October at 09:00–12:00

Julia Otten - medicine

Dissertation Effects of a paleolithic diet and exercise on liver fat, muscle fat and insulin sensitivity.

28 October at 09:30

Joanna Paczkowska - Ecology

Dissertation Phytoplankton Drivers in a Marine System Influenced by Allochthonous Organic Matter - the Baltic Sea.

28 October at 10:00–12:00

Godelinde Perk - language studies

Dissertation Julian, God and The Art of Storytelling: A Narrative Analysis of the Works of Julian of Norwich

28 October at 13:00–16:00

Daniel Rinnström - cardiology

Dissertation Coarctation of the aorta - register and imaging studies.

28 October at 13:00

Monica Normark - Chemistry

Dissertation Pretreatment and enzymatic saccharification of lignocellulose: formation and effects of pseudolignin.

November 2016

4 November at 09:00–12:00

Maria Baudin

Dissertation Rift Valley Fever. Consequences of virus host interactions.

4 November at 10:00

Huizu Guo Decker - Plant Physiology

Dissertation Phenolics, Nitrogen, and Biotic interactions: A study of phenylpropanoid metabolites and gene expression in the leaves of Populus tremula.

11 November at 13:00–16:00

Cecilia Sunnevång

Dissertation Characteristics of near-side ar crashes - an integrated approach to side impact safety.

14 November at 13:00

Tung Ngoc Pham - Chemistry

Dissertation Three-dimensional structured carbon foam: Synthesis and Applications.

18 November at 09:00–12:00

Maria Furberg - epidemiology

Dissertation Towards the limits - climate change aspects of life and health in northern Sweden.Studies of tularemia and regional experiences of changes in the environment.

18 November at 09:00–12:00

Catarina Fischer Grönlund - nursing

Dissertation Experiences of being in ethically difficult care situations and an intervention with clinical ethics support.

22 November at 09:00–12:00

Osama Ahmed Hassan Ahmed - epidemiology and global health h global hälsa

Dissertation Rift Valley Fever: Challenges and new insights for prevention and control using a "One Health" approach.

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