Domus Medica, Gaustad,(map)
Sognsvannsveien 9, 2. etg.
IMB Distinguished Seminar by professor Fredrik Karpe.
It is 50 years since the first scientific articles about the lack of LCAT was published. The symposium will discuss the importance of what lecitihin-cholesterol acyltransferase (LCAT) means for the transport of cholesterol in the organism, and it will take place at the hospital where the hereditary disease LCAT deficiency was first discovered.
The meeting is open to all interested, but registration is needed
All UiO PhD candidates, Postdocs, and other interested people are cordially invited to UiODoc’s 2017 annual General Assembly (GA). After the meeting we will hold a social event with free tapas.
Speaker: Hein Stigum, Researcher, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Oslo.
Speaker: Jukka Corander, Professor, Oslo Centre for Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Dept. of Biostatistics, University of Oslo.
Speaker: Robin Andersson, Assistant Professor, The Bioinformatics Centre, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
In collaboration with UiODoc, the Association of Doctoral Organisations in Norway (SiN) is hosting the Eurodoc 2017 conference titled “Open Science – Challenges and Opportunities for Early Career Researchers” at the University of Oslo. On behalf of The European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers, we would like to invite everyone interested in science to be part of a discussion to help shape the future of scientific practice. PhD candidates and postdocs from sponsoring universities get free entry to the conference.
We invite all to join the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences' celebration of the newly granted Norwegian Center of Excellence (SFF).
Speaker: Georg Heinze, Professor, Center for Medical Statistics, Informatics, and Intelligent Systems (Section for Clinical Biometrics), Medical University of Vienna, Austria.
UiODoc is organising an exclusive lunch debate for PhD students and postdocs with the two candidate teams for the upcoming rectorial elections in April. The two candidate teams will address the challenges that young researchers are facing today - and discuss how they intend solve them.
Speaker: Guido Biele, Researcher, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Oslo.
Speaker: Harald Binder, Professor, Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, University Medical Center, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany.
Speaker: Hein Putter, Professor, Department of Medical Statistics and Bioinformatics, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands.
UiODoc is proud to present a motivational seminar by Børge Ousland, one of the most accomplished polar explorers of our time.
We are excited to have been awarded UiO's Cultural and Social Activities Award for 2016!
UiODoc is pleased to invite all PhD candidates, Postdocs, and other temporary researchers to a public screening of "The PhD movie 2: Still in Grad School" and a Christmas social with FREE PIZZA afterwards.
UiODoc og Akademiet for yngre forskere inviterer til en lunsjdebatt som skal se nærmere på karriereveiene for unge forskere og hvilke rolle god forskningsledelse skal spille i denne sammenhengen.
Speaker: Erik Aurell, Professor, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
Can public communication, such as interactions with reporters and being mentioned on Twitter contribute to a scholar’s scientific impact?
Science communications expert Audun Farbrot will give use a lecture on research communication specifically tailored towards early stage researchers.
Speaker: Martin Schäfer, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany.
How to reduce melanoma incidence and mortality in Norway
IMB Distinguished Seminar: Professor Rodolfo R. Llinas
The Nansen Neuroscience Lectures (NNL) are organized in conjunction with Fridtjof Nansen’s birthday to commemorate his fundamental contribution to neuroscience. The NNL are given by speakers selected from the top tier of neuroscience research.
Open to public, no charge
Speaker: Vanessa Didelez, Leibniz Institute and Department of Mathematics, University of Bremen, Germany.