Ann-Sofie and Yuanmo attended the Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience meeting in Oxford, UK. Yunamo presented a poster with the title "A glutamate sensor for ultra-fast transients".
Devesh Mishra started as a joint postdoc in the Cans lab and Skibicka lab.
Jenny Bergman successfully defended her Doctoral Thesis "Development of Electrochemical Biosensors for Neurochemical Applications" with Prof. Martyn Boutelle, Imperial College, London serving as the opponent.
Ann-Sofie gave a talk at the EMBO workshop "Exocytosis and Endocytosis From Synaptic Vesicles to Nanodiscs" at Tenerife, Spain.
Jenny Bergman nailed her Doctoral Thesis with the title "Development of Electrochemical Biosensors for Neurochemical Applications".
Through an Erasmus exchange program, Martin Jönsson-Niedziółka and Emilia Witkowska Nery from the Institute of Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences visited the Cans lab.
Ann-Sofie gave a talk at the XXIV International Symposium on Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics meeting for the Bioelectrochemical Society in Lyon, France
Sanna Johansson and Ylva Johansson defended their bachelor thesis "Fabrication of a sensor for glucose and glutamate detection".
Sanna Johansson and Ylva Johansson joined Cans lab for Bachelor project.
Hoda Mashadi Fathali successfully defended her Doctoral Thesis with Professor Corey Smith, The Ohio State University, serving as the opponent for her thesis.
Yuanmo Wang defended her Licentiate Thesis with the title "Development of Ultra-fast Biosensors for Detection of Non-electroactive Neurotransmitters".
Hoda Mashadi Fathali nailed her Doctoral Thesis with the title "Development of new analytical techniques to probe and characterize secretory vesicles".
Ann-Sofie gave a talk at the 61th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society (PBS) in New Orleans, U.S.A.
Neda Najafinobar defended her Doctoral Thesis with Professor Stephen G. Weber, University of Pittsburg serving as the opponent.
Ann-Sofie gave a talk at the Chalmers/ETH Materials workshop at the Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH), Switzerland
Neda Najafinobar nailed her Doctoral Thesis.
Jenny Bergman attended the Faraday Discussions, York, United Kingdom
Hampus Lindmark defended his bachelor thesis: “Optimization and Design of Enzyme Biosensors for High Temporal Recording of Molecules Important in Brain Chemistry”
Jenny Bergman, Neda Najafinobar and Yuanmo Wang attended a Neurochemistry Course at Öckerö, Sweden
Ann-Sofie was appointed as new Co-Director of the Chalmers Area of Advance Life Science Engineering.
Ann-Sofie co-hosted the 16th International Conference of Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Jenny, Neda and Yuanmo attended the 16th International Conference of Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden
Jenny attended the 26th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden
Yuanmo assisted and attended the 26th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden
Hampus Lindmark, undergraduate student, from Chalmers University of Techonolgy joined Cans Group to perform a 3 months research project.
Ann-Sofie gave a talk and presided the Symposium SEAC - New Trends in Elctrochemical Neurochemistry at PITCCON 2016 in Atlanta, U.S.A.
Ann-Sofie Cans presented an oral speech Improving Temporal Resolution of Enzyme Based Electrochemical Sensor for Detection of Non-Electroactive Analytes Important in Brain Chemistry at PITCCON 2016 at Atlanta, U.S.A.
Ann-Sofie and Yuanmo attended The Pittsburgh Conference in Atlanta, U.S.A.
Ann-Sofie and Yuanmo attended the Biophysical Society (PBS) 60th Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, U.S.A. Yuanmo presented a poster with the title "Development of Ultra-Fast Nanostructured Glucose Biosensor - Stoichiometry and Activity".