Some activities are now able to re-start at NCMM, with the hope that the Centre will continue to scale up operations in June.
Dr Kuijjer's article, 'Predicting Evolution Using Cell State Dynamics', examines research using state transitions to model cancer development and progression. The group has also recently published in the journals Cell Reports and Bioinformatics.
The newly appointed NCMM group leader is lead author on the paper, which has been published in the journal Nature
From Scientific Discovery to Personalised Medicine: EATRIS 2019 annual report
The new Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Centre at the University of Oslo will investigate causes and treatment options for autism and other developmental disorders.
Five postdocs have been awarded Scientia Fellowships to undertake research projects in four different research groups at NCMM.
Several members of NCMM's Gözen group attended the 64th Biophysical Society Annual Meeting in San Diego, California in February, where PhD student Elif Köksal received a student research achievement award for her poster presentation.
As part of the Oslo Life Science Conference in February 2020, the Gözen group at NCMM are exhibiting a range of their engaging microscopy images at Oslo’s Kunstplass Contemporary Art Exhibition Space.
Research into evolutionary origins and primitive cell division published
Publication from the Gözen group in the journal Small is featured on Advanced Science News
Across the Nordic EMBL Partnership, a wide range of projects are underway to help tackle the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
NCMM was deeply saddened to receive the news that our friend and former colleague Professor Erlend A. Nagelhus passed away whilst on a skiing trip in Sørkedalen on January 10th 2020.
SNSF Sinergia grant awarded to research groups in Switzerland and Norway to identify novel treatment strategies for children with aggressive brain tumours.
Marieke Kuijjer and Anthony Mathelier awarded funding as part of the ‘Rosa sløfe’ (Pink Ribbon) campaign
Funding will enable further investigation of sarcoma samples drawn from the NoSarC biobank
Dr. Edna Xian Hu joined NCMM in September 2020. She has a PhD from the Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore.
Karen-Marie joined NCMM in September 2020. Previously she worked at Oslo's Radium Hospital, both as a researcher and as a health and safety representative.
NCMM is delighted to announce that Dr Sebastian Waszak has been recruited as a new group leader for Precision Medicine. Dr Waszak will join us in March 2020 and comes from the EMBL in Heidelberg, Germany. He will establish and head the Computational Oncology group at NCMM.