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The final report from 2007 - 2017 from the Centre for Immune Regulation is now ready. It provides a summary of the important scientific accomplishments and contributions from the centre during the 10 years of existence.
Jan Terje Andersen's project: "A novel nanoparticle-based approach for mucosal delivery of therapeutics" was awarded a large research grant through the NANO 2021 programme at the Research Council of Norway
CIR group leaders Ludvig Munthe and Frode Jahnsen were awarded larger grants from the Norwegian Cancer Society from 2018.
A recent publication from Szodoray et al. in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology is cited and discussed in "Advances in basic and clinical immunology 2016"
The Young Academy of Norway was founded in 2015 and aspires to be the voice of young researchers in the public arena.
Professor Inger Sandlie is engaged to be part of the Scientifc Advisory Board at Albumedix' R&D organization, to provide governance and advice as it builds and develops its pipeline of proprietary and differentiated drugs.
CIR scientist Dr. Med. Peter Szodoray was recently appointed Honorary Professor of the University of Debrecen, Hungary
In a press release, the pharmaceutical company Albumedix (Copenhagen, Denmark) has announced that it has signed a strategic research agreement with Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo. The three organisations will work together to improve understanding of the interaction between bioengineered albumin variants and the neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn).
The article "High-Throughput Single-Cell Analysis of B Cell Receptor Usage among Autoantigen-Specific Plasma Cells in Celiac Disease" in the July 15, 2017 issue of The Journal of Immunology is being featured by the “In This Issue" section.
The annual report 2016 from the Centre for Immune Regulation is now ready.
Inger Sandlie - "The Tireless Inventor"
Apollon Research Magazine publishes story about Frode Jahnsen and the discovery of long-lived plasmacells in the gut
Shuo-Wang Qiao is part of the convergence environment "Comparative immunology of fish and humans (COMPARE)" which receives funding through UiO:Life Science. Main collaborators in this project are two other CIR scientists, Cinzia Progida and Oddmund Bakke at the Department of Biosciences.
Congratulation to Dr. Cinzia Progida with her new position as Associate Professor at the Section for Physiology and Cell Biology, Department of Biosciences
Exciting research on long-lived plasmacells in the gut by Prof Frode Jahnsen and colleagues got attention in Aftenposten Wednesday March 15.
Jan Terje Andersen has been chosen as the "Innovator of the month" by the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority.
Professor Inger Sandlie is part of the exciting Graver/Sandlie/Frich Rector team for the election in 2017 at the University of Oslo
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CIR congratulates CIR scientist Hilde Schjerven (Munthe group) with research grant from the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health
MSc Amalie Grenov won a prize for best oral presentation at the annual meeting in the Norwegian Society of Immunology
Breaking B-cell tolerance can be compared to waking up a dangerous "Sleeping Beauty" causing autoimmunity
The Faculty of Medicine has launched a new Scandinavian School of Health Innovation. CIR member Jan Terje Andersen has been part of the project group for this school. The prime minister was present at the opening and talked with PhD and Postdoc candidates for the school, among these CIR PhD student Louise Fremgaard Risnes.
Cinzia Progida is one of eight female researchers at IBV, which is supported by the FRONT project (Female researchers on track) working to increase the percentage of female professors at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences,
It was with great sorrow we received the news that Professor Per Brandtzæg died on September 11’th 2016, at the age of 80.
A generous contribution from the Kristian Gerhard Jebsen foundation initiates a new research centre on coeliac disease at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital.