Doctoral degree and research training
- PhD in medicine and health sciences
After you have completed a master's degree, you can take a PhD degree. The education is stipulated to three years.
- The Postdoctoral Programme
The Postdoctoral Programme is a career development programme for researchers at a postdoctoral level.
- School of Health Innovation
For healthcare and life science researchers with tools and insight into how innovation can be put to work for the benefit of patients, the healthcare system and our society.
- The Medical Student Research Program
The Medical Student Research Program (MSR) is an optional program for medical students at the University of Oslo who want to develop a research project during their medical studies.
- Dr. Philos
The degree of dr. philos does not form part of an organised programme.
- National research schools
The national research schools are formal networks for PhD training. They arrange joint courses and seminars, supplement supervision capacity and share laboratory facilities where relevant.
Researchers have found a new method to develop antibiotics that are tailored to kill multi-resistant bacteria.
A collaboration between the MAGIC non-profit research and innovation programme and the British Medical Journal will enable updated treatment guidelines to reach healthcare professionals more quickly.
Cancer cells are able to steal energy from neighbouring cells.
Innovation is one of the cornerstones on which the faculty builds its activities. Do you want to learn more about health innovation, do you have an idea, or do you want to collaborate with us?
Scientia Fellows is an international postdoctoral fellowship programme which aims to support talented researcher to advance their scientific career and expand international research relations.