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Klaus Torgårds vei 3, 2. etg
The seminar topics are "Social determinants for health" and "Fetal Programming of Diabetes in India: Pune Experience".
Since the human genome project was completed in 2003, we have witnessed a tremendous technological development.
Modern sports medicine in 120 minutes ‒ a seminar covering everything from severe acute knee injuries to overstrain in elite-level athletes. From exercise used as therapy for severe cartilage injuries to exercise as a means of reducing our major disease groups.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the Western world. New insight in pathophysiology and novel preventive strategies can reduce the incidence and improve outcome.
A seminar on new knowledge on nutrition and health. Particular emphasis on B vitamins and dementia, antioxidants and health and surgical treatment of overweight.
A well functioning immune system is critical for maintaining health. Insight into the mechanisms of how the immune system work can be harnessed for improved treatment of diseases including cancer.
Register for the event by August 29.
– Life long health perspectives. There is increasing knowledge on implications of pregnancy for the mother and the child. Two of the eight UN millennium developmental goals relate to mother and child health.
Children exposed to trauma: Behavior and health implications, effective health care outreach and possible personal growth.
- Early risk factors, treatment options, and underlying disease mechanisms. New knowledge can help patients.
- New achievements. New challenges. This seminar covers recent important achievements in the understanding of disease and treatment of venous thrombosis.
Severe injuries cause great suffering and are the most frequent cause of death in the age group from 1 to 44 years in the Western world. The seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Anniversary seminar on research ethics past and present. Seminar language is Norwegian.
International researchers of excellence give lectures as a treat to students, researchers and the interested public. These lectures are part of our 200 years anniversary celebrations.
Join us as new recipients of UiO's honorary doctorate Paul Farmer, Address Malata and Hans Rosling lecture on "Women & Education, a key in global health". Watch the video from the event here.