News and events

News

  • stenmark International collaborative project led by Harald Stenmark supported with millions Dec. 5, 2018 1:09 PM

    Harald Stenmark, head of the Cellular Membrane Dynamics group at the Department of Molecular Biology and director of the Center for Cancer Cell Reprogramming, is the leader of one of 25 research projects receiving a total of 100 million NOK from the Research Council of Norway and the Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education (Diku), that run the program INTPART together.

  • kaisa-haglund_morks-legat_small Ragnar Mørk's legacy prize 2018 to Kaisa Haglund Nov. 30, 2018 3:54 PM

    The 2018 Dr. Ragnar Mørk's legacy prize went to Kaisa Haglund, head of the Cytokinesis in development and carcinogenesis project group at the Department of Molecular Cell Biology, for her outstanding research on cell division and cancer.

  • cancell-brukerpanel-deltagere_1200 The CanCell user panel is now up and running! Nov. 28, 2018 3:24 PM

    The first meeting of the CanCell user panel was held on November 23rd, organized by Helene Knævelsrud from the Enserink group.

Events

  • CanCell General Meeting Jan. 18, 2019 2:00 PM

    Welcome to the first CanCell general meeting on Friday 18/1 at 14:00 in the Auditorium of Institute for Cancer Research

  • norman_jim_062 Mutant p53s influence the composition of exosomes to promote metastatic niche priming in pancreatic cancer Jan. 25, 2019 2:00 PM

    Welcome to the next CanCell seminar scheduled for Friday 25th of January at 14:00 hrs.

    Invited Speaker: Jim Norman, Senior Group Leader for Integrin Cell Biology, Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute, Glasgow, UK

    Title: Mutant p53s influence the composition of exosomes to promote metastatic niche priming in pancreatic cancer

    Introducing 'young shot' talk:

    Marte Sneeggen, Cellular Membrane Dynamics Group, CanCell, UiO & Department of Molecular Cell Biology, ICR, OUH

    Title: WDFY2 restrains matrix metalloprotease secretion and cell invasion by retention of VAMP3 in endosomal tubules