Research highlights and the Cell Fate Lab in the media:


03 July 2024

To meet the need for bilingual services in medical and dental care in Finland, the University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University created a new programme where part of the teaching is in Swedish. Malin, has been responsible for both the planning and coordination of the course content and teaches the preclinical subjects. Read more on Yle Svenska (Article in Swedish).

12 June 2024

Congratulations to Jordy for a successful PhD defense on the topic "Modeling mechano-regulated Notch signaling in arterial growth and remodeling"! You can also read more about his research in this article, Cell talk in the growth of blood vessel grafts, by the Eindhoven University of Technology.

06 May 2024

Aravind Kumar started as a post-doc in Cell Fate Lab. Welcome Aravind!

03-04 May 2024

Cecilia was an invited speaker at the 2nd Signaling in Disease & Development Conference in Telč, Czech Republic. Marjaana and Sami also presented their research. Marjaana's talk was titled "The Notch ligand Jagged1 promotes breast cancer aggressiveness," while Sami's talk was on "Notch2 and Notch3 in vascular smooth muscle cell differentiation."

19 April 2024

Freddy has documented his research visit in the lab of Professor Chris Chen in Boston last year in the InFlames blog post "A visit that became a developmental experience". Come check out his experience!

20-23 February 2024

Cecilia gave a talk titled "Jagged1 as an endothelial cell mechanoreceptor" at the EMBO Workshop "The new cardiobiology" at EMBL Heidelberg , Germany.