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Karl-Johan Malmberg, Hua Hu and Tor Erik Rusten are the leaders for the three medical projects receiving funding. Malmberg and the University of Oslo received a visit from the new Minister of Research and Higher Education.
The study programmes will educate future health professionals with the necessary skills to meet future needs. The faculty has met employers and listened to what they want.
7 of 32 approved applications for research projects at FRIMEDBIO come from the Faculty of Medicine. In addition, four young research talents from the Faculty have been given support.
The Faculty has given the education award to professor Jan Frich for his long-standing and important commitment to educating health managers at all levels of the health service in line with society's needs and wishes.
This year’s award for quality and innovation in the professional programme of study in medicine goes to Jonn Terje Geitung for his innovative form of teaching in several subject areas.
Ruth Prince is one of six researchers in Norway who will receive one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants awarded this year. The project is an anthropological study that will critically explore moves towards Universal Health Coverage by conducting research among policy-makers, bureaucrats and citizens in three African countries.
Professor of medicine Michael Bretthauer of the Clinical Effectiveness Research Group at the University of Oslo will be the first European editor of the prestigious journal Annals of Internal Medicine. This journal is considered one of the leading medical journals, and Bretthauer will help strengthen the journal's focus on European research.
NCMM Guest Researcher Professor Per Ottar Seglen presented with the prize by HM King Harald V at a special ceremony
Research groups that include NCMM Group Leader, Irep Gözen, and Director Kjetil Taskén, will receive funding as part of UiO: Life Science’s Convergence Environment programme
Findings from a Centre for Digital Life Norway report into the digitalisation of Norway’s bio economy is unveiled at the Digital Life Conference 2017.
Two leading scientists from two Nordic EMBL Partnership sites, DANDRITE (Danish Research Institute of Translational Neuroscience) and MIMS (The Laboratory for Molecular Infection Medicine Sweden), have both been awarded prestigious prizes.
Professor Per Ottar Seglen, a guest researcher at NCMM, has been awarded the prestigious King Olav V’s Prize for Cancer Research 2017.
NCMM’s Director, Professor Kjetil Taskén, addressed guests at day two of the Oslo Life Science Conference, talking about the future in personalized cancer therapy.
The merger between Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM) and the Biotechnology Centre of Oslo (BiO) formally came into effect on 2 January 2017.
Christine Henriksen and Hilde K. Brekke share the award for innovation in bachelor and master education for their innovative work in developing the study programme at the recently established Centre for Clinical Nutrition.
The Faculty has given the studies award to Professor Anne Spurkland for her enthusiasm and creativity in her teaching of anatomy and embryology.
Unn-Hilde Grasmo-Wendler has been appointed to this role on an acting basis since 1 May this year. She thrives on the challenges involved and looks forward to continuing the collaboration with her capable colleagues and partners.
Per Brodal, Professor Emeritus, has issued a new edition of his book ‘The Central Nervous System’, again as sole author. He believes that the book, to be published by Oxford University Press, will also be his last.
Three of the Faculty of Medicine’s research communities, as well as a research community at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, have received funding amounting to millions of Norwegian kroner from the Norwegian Cancer Society. A total of 11 research communities from Oslo University Hospital and Akershus University Hospital affiliated to the research at UiO have also received funding.
The result of the election for head of institute is clear. From 1 January 2017, Lene Frost Andersen will be head of the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences.
The Faculty has given the education award to Professor Johanne Sundby for her outstanding efforts to provide the students at the Master of International Community Health programme with teaching and supervision of excellent quality.
Anne Kveim Lie is one of Norway’s ten most fantastic speakers, according to the accolade from the Morgenbladet daily. She involves substance abusers in her teaching, and fosters critical reflection among the next generation of doctors.
Do you have some advanced experiments that you dream of conducting? Or do you wish you had an overview of laboratories that can help you with your research? In that case, we can recommend that you visit our new core facilities web pages.
Between one and three per cent of Norway’s population have coeliac disease, and many are undiagnosed. The K.G. Jebsen Coeliac Disease Research Centre opened on 18 August. Here, researchers will develop better treatment and diagnosis of coeliac disease.