It is not necessary to tailor the medication doses to patients, at thestart of treatment, for patients to have a good effect. This is shown by a new Norwegian study led by Professor Espen A. Haavardsholm.
Influenza is a well-known trigger for heart disease. Strict measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus may have contributed to less influenza, and thus fewer admissions for heart disease.
Protein in the blood did not have the function researchers believed in the interaction between two of the body's defence systems. Professor Tom Eirik Mollnes and colleagues thereby changed an established truth.
H. M. the King’s Gold medal to Casado
Sep. 3, 2021 4:04 PM
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.
Will study how vaccines can be better adapted to each individual
Sep. 3, 2021 8:18 AM
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.