Seminars

FoodEn Twin STSE seminars

FoodEn Twin

STSE seminars

 

Dear colleagues,

FoodEnTwin project aims at exchanging PhD students and employees through Short term staff exchanges (STSE) for training in ‘omics technologies, sharing knowledge and experiences between project partner institutions and the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry (UBFC) as a leading institution. Each visit to the host institution results in a report/seminar on standard operating procedures SOPs which should be presented publicly.

We are glad to announce seminar presentations on STSE:

⦁ Details of training visits from University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry to project partner’s institutions:

Authors: Mirjana Radomirović, mirjana.radomirovic@gmail.com
Tittle: Host hazard interaction (transcriptomic-functionomic) applications in food sciences
Home institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Home supervisor: Prof. dr Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Host institution: Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University, Belgium
Host supervisor: Prof. dr Andreja Rajković
Period of visit: 20.01.2019.-30.01.2019.
Period of visit: 08/16/2019 – 10/31/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, conference room, 11/20/2019, 14:00 – 16:00.

Authors: Milos Milcic, mmilcic@chem.bg.ac.rs
Tittle: Host hazard interaction (transcriptomic-functionomic) applications in food sciences – computational aspects
Home institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Home supervisor: Prof. dr Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Host institution: Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University, Belgium
Host supervisor: Prof. dr Andreja Rajković
Period of visit: 20.01.2019.-30.01.2019.
Period of visit: 08/16/2019 – 10/31/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, conference room, 11/20/2019, 14:00 – 16:00.

Author: Teodora Đukić, djukic@chem.bg.ac.rs
Tittle: STSE-training visit to Faculty of Bioscience and Engineering, UGhent
Home institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Home supervisor: Prof. dr Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Host institution: Ghent University, Belgium
Host supervisor: Prof. Dr. ir.Filip Tack
Period of visit: 01/06/2019 – 31/07/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, conference room, 06/21/2019, 13:00- 13:30.

Author: Maja Mladenović, stokanic.maja.a@gmail.com
Tittle: Detection and characterization of novel allergens from Anadara seashells using a immunoproteomics aproach
Home institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Home supervisor: Prof. dr Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Host institution: Karolinska Institutet and University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden
Host supervisor: Prof. Marianne van Hage
Period of visit: 03/03/2019 – 31/05/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, conference room, 06/21/2019, 12:30-13:00, and
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, Immunology and Allergy Division, NKS BioClinicum U2 J7:10 room 5310, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Author: Ana Simović, simovic.ana@gmail.com
Tittle: Analytical techniques for the analysis of lipids
Home institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Home supervisor: Prof. dr Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Host institution: Ghent University, Belgium,
Host supervisor: Assistant Professor Dr Milan Nikolić
Period of visit: 03/03/2019 – 28/05/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, conference room, 06/21/2019, 13:20 – 13:40.

Author: Katarina Smiljanić, katicas71@gmail.com
Tittle: Training in experimental respiratory allergy mouse models by intranasal challenge
Home institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Home supervisor: Prof. dr Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Host institution: Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Host supervisor: Prof. Michelle Epstein
Period of visit: 25/11/2018 – 21/02/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, conference room, 06/21/2019, 13:30 – 14:00.

⦁ Details of training visits from partner’s institutions to University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry:

Author: Sonja Schröfl, sonja.schroefl@aon.at
Tittle: Training in resolving Dactylis glomerata pollen proteins by 2D SDS PAGE and subsequent western transfer and immunoblots by antibodies against specific posttranslational modifications – continuation (part 2/2)?
Home institution: Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Home supervisor: Dr. Michelle Epstein
Host institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Host supervisor: Prof. Tanja Ćirković Veličković; Dr. Katarina Smiljanić
Period of visit: 10/24/2019 – 11/09/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: Medical University of Vienna/conference room 3P/November 20th, 12:00

Author: Danijela Apostolović, danijela.apostolovic@ki.se
Tittle: Posttranslational modifications profiling of food samples
Home institution: Karolinska Institutet and University hospital, Stockholm Sweden
Home supervisor: Prof. Marianne van Hage
Host institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Host supervisor: Prof. Tanja Ćirković Veličković
Period of visit: 15/08/2019 – 15/09/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: Karolinska Institutet and University hospital, Stockholm Sweden, NKS BioClinicum U2 J7:10 room “Microbiota”, 11/04/2019, 11:30 – 12:30, the presentation was held within lunch seminar.

Author: Jessika Obi, jessika_obi@yahoo.com
Tittle: Profiling of posttranslational modifications and degradation in response to the external environment
Home institution: Medical University Vienna
Home supervisor: Dr. Michelle Epstein
Host institution: University of Belgrade Faculty of Chemistry
Host supervisor: Prof. Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic; Dr. Katarina Smiljanic
Period of visit: From   15/07/2019 to  31/07/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: Medical University of Vienna/conference room 3P/September 10th, 12:00

Author: Sonja Schröfl, sonja.schroefl@aon.at
Tittle: Profiling of posttranslational modifications and degradation in response to the external environment
Training in resolving Dactylis glomerata pollen proteins by 2D SDS PAGE and subsequent western transfer and immunoblots by antibodies against specific posttranslational modifications
Home institution: Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Home supervisor: Dr. Michelle Epstein
Host institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Host supervisor: Prof. Tanja Ćirković Veličković; Dr. Katarina Smiljanić
Period of visit: 15/07/2019 – 31/07/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: Medical University of Vienna/conference room 3P/September 10th, 12:00

Author: Danijela Apostolović, danijela.apostolovic@ki.se
Tittle: Identify tick proteins of importance for an α-Gal anti-IgE response
Home institution: Karolinska Institutet and University hospital, Stockholm Sweden
Home supervisor: Prof. Marianne van Hage
Host institution: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia
Host supervisor: Dr. Dragana Stanić-Vučinić; Dr. Katarina Smiljanić
Period of visit: 15/06/2019 – 30/06/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: Karolinska Institutet and University hospital, Stockholm Sweden, NKS BioClinicum U2 J7:10 room 5310, 07/09/2019, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Author: Jens Moons, jens.moons@kuleuven.be
(additional authors: Jelena Mihailovic, Karoly Kozma, Katarina Smiljanic, Mehran Amiri, Tanja Cirkovic-Velickovic, May Nyman, Tatjana N. Parac-Vogt
Title: Discrete Hf18 metal-oxo cluster as a nanozyme for site-specific protein fragmentation
Home institution: Catholic University Leuven, Belgium
Home supervisor: prof. Tatjana Parac – Vogt
Host institution: University of Belgrade Faculty of Chemistry
Host supervisor: Prof. Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic
Period of visit: 10/06/2019 – 28/06/2019
Venue/date/time of presentation: Gibbs room, Chem&Tech, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium, 11/10/2019, 11:00h.

flag_yellow_high

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and inovation programme under grant agreement No 810752