In line with University of Oslo guidelines, NCMM will temporarily pause all non-critical activity in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. More information is provided on the University of Oslo Faculty of Medicine webpages (including guidelines from the University). These pages will be kept up-to-date throughout the shutdown period:
Dr Nikolina Sekulic joined NCMM in 2016. Her main research aim is to better understand the molecular mechanisms that assure genomic stability during cell division.
Dr Sandra Lopez-Aviles joined NCMM in 2011. In this profile article, Dr Lopez-Aviles discusses her group's current focus on the role of protein phosphatases in cell cycle regulation, as well as the potential translational impact of this work.
Dr Camila Esguerra and her group use zebrafish as a model to study brain function in health and disease. In this profile piece, Camila discusses her research career to date, the benefits of using zebrafish in translational research, and her visions and plans for the future.
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