Emil Aaltonen

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Emil Aaltonen
Emil Aaltonen

Locality: Malm Area, Sweden
Summary: I am an enthusiastic and innovative molecular biologist with a PhD in microbiology. My experience ranges from teaching, project- and research management as well as pure laboratory work within both basic- and medical research. I am currently looking for new career opportunities and all suggestions and offers are welcome.
Past: Teacher at Lund University Mentor at Lund University Researcher at Spago Imaging AB Consulting protein chemist at Spago Imaging AB Research Scientist at Lund University Project manager at Lund University Teacher at Lund University PhD in microbiology at Lund University see less... 5 more...
Education:  Lund University Microbiology (2003-2008) Thesis title: Prokaryotic Arsenic Resistance Studies in Bacillus subtilis. Dissertation opponent: Prof. Simon Silver, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Researched three proteins encoded by the four gene arsenic resistance operon in Bacillus subtilis using molecular biology tools; the transmembrane topology of the arsenite extrusio...
Industry: Biotechnology
Skills: Protein chemistry (expression, purification and characterization) Microbiology Arsenic and other heavy metals Thiol chemistry Molecular biology (D/RNA-isolation, cloning, transformation, site-directed mutagenesis, PCR, gene expression studies, sequencing, agarose electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE and Western-blot) HPLC FPLC EMSA Bioinformatics Method development Project management Teaching
Experience: Lund University (Educational Institution; Research industry): Teacher,  (October 2009-November 2009) 
Lund University (Educational Institution; Research industry): Mentor,  (July 2009-November 2009) By appointment of the department of pedagogical support the part time mentorship is for a student at Lund University with a functional disability.
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Interests: Literature, photography and hiking
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Company > Identity - Nanso Group

Nanso is owned by descendants of industrialist Emil Aaltonen (1869-1949), whose strong vision and progressive ideology in the 1930s and 1940s created a solid foundation for the ...

Teuvo Kohonen

Professor Kohonen is recipient of the Honorary Prize of Emil Aaltonen Foundation in 1983, the Cultural Prize of the Finnish Commercial Television (MTV) in 1984, the IEEE Neural ...

Juupajoki

Emil Aaltonen bought the factories in 1926. Nowadays the Big-L, a member of L-Fashion Group, best known as LUHTA, produces leather garments in the old factory ...

Previous received research funding

Foundation of Emil Aaltonen 1.6.1988 - 31.05.1989.....50.000 fmk. Foundation of Emil Aaltonen 1.6.1989 - 31.05.1990 ...

Women’s Writing » About Us

Polish and Russian Women’s Writing in Transformation: Generation, National Identity and the Body Research project funded by the Emil Aaltonen Foundation (2007-2010)

Experimental Immunology Research Group

2008-2010 Emil Aaltonen Foundation. Research interest: Genome sequencing projects and gene association studies identify new genes that may have important disease associations.

Emil Aaltosen museo

The Emil Aaltonen Museum. The Emil Aaltonen Museum of industry and art was opened in Pyynikinlinna on 8.6.2004. The main floor houses works from Emil Aaltonen’s art collection.

Emil Aaltonen – some biography

THE EARLY YEARS OF SHOE MAKING. All over the world, until the mid-1800s, shoes were made by hand. Technological innovations then made it possible to produce shoes ...

Atte Oksanen

... Life and Insecurity: Social Relations after Jokela and Kauhajoki School Shootings in Finland. Project in collaboration with Prof. Pekka Räsänen. Funded by Emil Aaltonen ...

Emil Aaltosen säätiö

IN ENGLISH. The Emil Aaltonen Foundation, founded by the industrialist and philanthropist Emil Aaltonen in 1937, supports academic research by providing grants.