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.
Doctoral degree and research training
- PhD in medicine and health sciences
After you have completed a master's degree, you can take a PhD degree. The education is stipulated to three years.
- National research schools
The national research schools are formal networks for PhD training. They arrange joint courses and seminars, supplement supervision capacity and share laboratory facilities where relevant.
- The Medical Student Research Program
The Medical Student Research Program (MSR) is an optional program for medical students at the University of Oslo who want to develop a research project during their medical studies.
- Scientia Fellows
Scientia Fellows is an international postdoctoral fellowship programme in Health Sciences.
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.
It is safe to be physically active 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.