Following the success of the first 'Get Support From Research Infrastructures' webinar, organised by EATRIS and NCMM, a second webinar was held in conjunction with the University of Tromsø
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And women with this diagnosis miss out on active treatment time because of pregnancy.
On 2 September, NCMM PhD student Flore Kersten arranged a hybrid conference for BioCat, the Norwegian Graduate School in Biocatalysis.
Latest work from the Bionanotechnology and Membrane Systems group, led by Irep Gözen, has been shared in two pre-prints.
NCMM congratulates Dr. Lopez-Aviles, who will join the Department of Biosciences (IBV), UiO, in December 2021.
Liver encephalopathy is one of the diseases that claims most lives worldwide. A Norwegian study has revealed that the disease disturbs vital processes in the brain.
A study from NCMM Associate Investigator and former postdoc, Alfonso Urbanucci, and collaborators, finds that specific patterns in gene expression and DNA organisation can predict patient response to treatment
Professor Bjørn Tore Gjertsen, Professor at the University of Bergen, and Chief Physician at Haukeland University Hospital, recognised for his work with acute myelogenous leukemia, AML.
Raquel Bartolomé Casado is awarded the medal for her contribution to new knowledge about immunological memory in the gut. The findings from the doctoral dissertation may be important for the development of oral vaccines and treatment of intestinal diseases in the future.
Increasing vaccine scepticism makes it more difficult to achieve herd immunity. We therefore need vaccines that protect each individual even better. Gunnveig Grødeland is now initiating the EU project VAXPRED.
Congratulations to Martin Burkert, a postdoc in the Waszak group, on receiving a Scientia Fellows postdoctoral Fellowship.
Professor John Torgils Vaage leads a study that will examine the effect of COVID-19 vaccination in immunocompromised and transplant patients. The study has received funding from the vaccine coalition CEPI.
Are you a scientist working on health-related topics in the life science domain? Do you have an idea for a new solution or technology with innovation potential, but need help to take the next steps? Why not let UiO:Life Science’s two-year innovation programme SPARK Norway help you! The application deadline was 11 November 2021.
According to a survey following doctors over 20 years, nearly four out of ten doctors have been the target of threats from a patient during the first four years after graduation and one in seven doctors have been physically assaulted.
The FRIMEDBIO-funding will go to six research projects that all reached the top in this call for proposals.
Professor Einar Røshol Heiervang thinks it has been rewarding to do health services research in the CARE project. The collaboration between the researchers and the authorities has contributed to proposals for amendments to the Norwegian Child Welfare Act.
It is safe to be physically active outdoors without having to worry about the risk of melanoma, as long as you follow the sun safety advice, say the researchers behind a large, Norwegian study.
On Wednesday 23 June, important infrastructures from across Norway came together to present their offerings to the UiO's research community. A recording of the event is now available.
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Maia Bangsund has already started her summer project and will be researching for a total of six weeks full time at BabyLing Lab where she contributes to an ongoing study on children's early language development.
Nikolina Sekulic and Irep Gözen each awarded a ‘FRIPRO’ grant of 12m NOK
Professor Stein Kaasa and international partners are among the shortlisted candidates for the Cancer Grand Challenges awards.
Around one in three people over the age of 70 are considered to be partially frail. Nutritionists are now going to investigate whether diet can prevent frailty, and to what extent.
Exchanges and travels between Nepal and Norway are important parts of the COMENTH project. The pandemic has put a halt to this. Yet, through a partial reallocation of funds and digital solutions, the researchers have managed to implement some of the project’s activities.
NCMM and the Faculty of Medicine invite you to a meeting with ten infrastructures. Here you get to know, among others, how the Stenmark and Moser groups use infrastructure in their research.