Three CanCell PIs and a project leader granted Life Science Convergence environments

Six new UiO:Life Science convergence environments for 2022–2026 was announced today, among these were the CanCell research groups of Anne Simonsen, Jorrit Enserink and Tor Erik Rusten. Helene Knævelsrud will also join one of the convergence projects. Congratulations to them all!

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Anne Simonsen will head AUTORHYTM  role of autophagy in healthy aging, studying the recycling system of our cells in time and space to improve people's health and life span.  Anne will be joined by CanCell researchers Jorrit Enserink and Helene Knævelsrud and their research and project groups.

Tor Erik Rusten leads MORGI - Modeling Human Multi-Organ Interaction in Disease - Cancer Cachexia. This project aims at creating artificial platforms for inter-organ communication in diseases. 

The interdisciplinary funding last for four years with a grant of 16 MNOK.

Read more about UiO:Lifescience and Convergence environments here:

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Published Nov. 10, 2021 4:03 PM - Last modified Nov. 10, 2021 4:03 PM