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The University of Oslo is now seeking outstanding candidates for the position of Centre Director of NCMM.
Six new teams have been admitted to UiO´s innovation programme SPARK Norway. They will develop their ideas within health-related life sciences for the benefit of patients and society.
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.
Grant awarded to Irep Gözen for her project: Nano- and Micro-Materials Interfaces for Migratory Artificial Cells.
Neurons’ sugar coating is essential for long-term memories
How the brain is able to store memories over long periods of time has been a persistent mystery to neuroscientists. In a new study, researchers from the Centre for Integrative Neuroplasticity (CINPLA) at the University of Oslo show that long-lived extracellular matrix molecules called perineuronal nets are essential for distant memories.
The new research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows that removal of the nets disrupts distant but not recent memories.
Ragnhild Lothe has stepped down as Chair, and will be replaced by Jens Petter Berg
Trial to determine how aspirin can improve disease free survival in patients treated with resection for colorectal cancer liver metastases (CRCLM) is now underway.
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.
The new innovation programme SPARK Norway at UiO has admitted the first research groups – so called SPARKees. They will develop their ideas within health-related life sciences further for the benefit of patients and society.
Researchers from Norway have participated in a study that explores Short QT Syndrome, a genetic disease of the heart’s electrical system
Under you will find some practical information on opening hours and availability of the different administrative services at the institute during the Christmas holidays.
Science communication took on a whole new meaning when NCMM Group Leader, Irep Gözen, head of the Bionanotechnology and Membrane Systems Group, addressed thousands of students on Wednesday 6 December.
SPARK Norway is a two-year innovation programme to further develop ideas within health-related life sciences for the benefit of patients and society. Researchers from UiO and affiliated research groups at OUS or Ahus can apply UiO:Life Science to be included in the programme.
The Mathelier Group at NCMM has recently been involved in the update of the JASPAR and ReMap databases, two key resources for the scientific community
Findings of study from NCMM Group Leaders, together with collaborators at Institute for Cancer Research at Oslo University Hospital, published in Nature Communications
Director of NCMM, Professor Kjetil Taskén, has been appointed as the Head and Director of Institute for Cancer Research Oslo University Hospital (OUH)
NCMM is delighted to announce the official appointment of six new Associate Investigators and five new Young Associate Investigators
October edition of the newsletter now available
New research is revealing bacteria's internal struggle for power. The result may be better vaccines.
NCMM is pleased to announce that its Director, Professor Kjetil Taskén, has been formally appointed to the IMI Scientific Committee.
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.
Research from the Morth Group shows that Zinc-binding plays an important role in the sensing and regulation of cellular pH in the human brain. Findings published in Nature Group's Scientific Reports
Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017