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EMBL and Estonia – Collaboration Strengths and Opportunities
February 18, 13:00 - 16:15
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Zoom link: https://ut-ee.zoom.us/j/94761668805?pwd=VzNqZEx3Q1RwUkl0Uk91MG9Tc3FlZz09
A webinar introducing cooperation opportunities between EMBL and Estonia will take place on February 18 from 13:00 to 16:15 (EET).
European Molecular Biology Laboratory is an intergovernmental organisation and Europe’s flagship laboratory for the life sciences. EMBL is supported by 27 member states, two associate member states and two prospect member states. Estonia has been a prospect member since June 2019.
The webinar will give an overview of the added value of joining EMBL to Estonian science in three thematic blocks by EMBL representatives and Estonian researchers. The discussion will also focus on how to create synergies between the two parties.
13:00 – 13:25 Opening
Indrek Reimand – Welcome from the Ministry of Education and Research
Edith Heard – EMBL Director General, Introduction to EMBL
13:25 – 14:20 Human Genetics and Personalised Medicine
Jaak Vilo – University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science
Ewan Birney – Director of EMBL-EBI and Deputy Director General of EMBL
Lili Milani – University of Tartu Institute of Genomics
Cath Brooksbank – EMBL-EBI Head of Training
14:30 – 15:10 Ecosystems and Ecology
Ülo Niinemets – Estonian University of Life Sciences
Detlev Arendt – EMBL Heidelberg, Developmental Biology Unit, Group Leader and Senior Scientist
Maarja Öpik – University of Tartu Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences
15:10 – 16:00 Molecular Biology
Peep Palumaa – Tallinn University of Technology
Maia Kivisaar – University of Tartu Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology
Michael Zimmermann – EMBL Heidelberg, Structural and Computational Biology Unit, Group Leader
Mart Loog – University of Tartu Institute of Technology
16:00 – 16:15 Closing Remarks
Toivo Maimets – University of Tartu Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology
Edith Heard – EMBL Director General