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Scientia Fellows

Scientia Fellows is a transnational fellowship programme (2019-2024) in the field of Health Life Sciences.

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In addition to focus on excellent research, the programme supports innovation activities and strives to bring together academia, hospital and industry in cross-sectoral collaborations.

Through this programme, researchers can enhance their career, improve networking and develop new transferable skills.

About the programme

  • Key facts
  • Vision and objectives 
  • Our fellows

Become a Host

  • Who can become a Host
  • Host responsibilities
  • How to apply

Become a Fellow

  • Who can become a Fellow
  • Fellowship schemes
  • Call for applicants


  • Image may contain: Trousers, Product, Automotive design, Fashion, Vision care. Introduction to the innovation ecosystem Nov. 15, 2021 1:49 PM

    Many Scientia fellows took time out of a busy workday to learn more about innovation at the University of Oslo and Oslo Science Park, on invitation from the new unit Life Science Growth House.

  • A photo of Scientia Fellow Anna Frank Excellent research and a varied work day Sep. 16, 2021 3:45 PM

    Anna Frank is developing chip models of the bile ducts to research how to treat immune-driven conditions, such as PSC (primary sclerosing cholangitis).


Scientia Fellows Office: 


Scientific coordinator

Hilde I. Nebb, Vice-Dean for innovation and internationalization, Faculty of Medicine, UiO.

Image may contain: Font, Triangle, Flag, Star, Electric blue.This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Grant agreement No 801133

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