The Mathelier group and collaborators recently published the 9th release of the JASPAR database, now expanded with more than 600 new transcription factor binding profiles. JASPAR continues to be an important open-access resource for the study of gene expression regulation.
A group of Nordic researchers has discovered a novel immune deficiency disease affecting the regulation of the immune system. A mutation in the IKZF2 gene was identified in a Finnish family with recurrent infections and signs of immune over activation.
Gözen group publishes paper entitled Mixed fatty acid-phospholipid protocell networks in the journal Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics.
Haapaniemi group sheds light on new mechanisms for improving the speed and accuracy of genome editing.
Poul Nissen, Director of DANDRITE, NCMM's sister centre in Denmark, received the Anders Jahre Senior Medical Prize 2021 in Oslo in November.
The funding will enable ongoing collaboration between Daniel, the Kuijjer group and the Oslo University Hospital.
NCMM and IBV at the University of Oslo hosted the 7th NorMIC Imaging Workshop, focusing on methods in optical microscopy and 3D printing for microscopes.
During 8-19 November, NCMM hosted its annual PhD course in Molecular Medicine, strengthening scientific exchange and interactions in the Nordic countries.
After nearly two years of zoom-based seminars, NCMM was delighted to welcome international guest lectures from Professor Samuli Ripatti and Dr. Elisabeth Widén from FIMM, our sister Centre in Finland.
The Norwegian Cancer Society has granted the Haapaniemi group NOK 7 970 000 for developing CRISPR-Cas gene therapy for blood cancer predisposition syndromes 2022-2025.
The Biomechanics workshop organized by Irep Gözen from NCMM, and Andreas Carlson and Kent-Andre Mardal from the Department of Mathematics, brought together researchers from different fields and different corners of the world, all with an interest in mechanical processes of biology.
NCMM is pleased to announce allocating 6.7 million NOK in funding for 11 new collaborative projects between NCMM group leaders and the wider Associate Investigator network.
Following the success of the first 'Get Support From Research Infrastructures' webinar, organised by EATRIS and NCMM, a second webinar was held in conjunction with the University of Tromsø
On 2 September, NCMM PhD student Flore Kersten arranged a hybrid conference for BioCat, the Norwegian Graduate School in Biocatalysis.
Latest work from the Bionanotechnology and Membrane Systems group, led by Irep Gözen, has been shared in two pre-prints.
NCMM congratulates Dr. Lopez-Aviles, who will join the Department of Biosciences (IBV), UiO, in December 2021.
A study from NCMM Associate Investigator and former postdoc, Alfonso Urbanucci, and collaborators, finds that specific patterns in gene expression and DNA organisation can predict patient response to treatment
Professor Bjørn Tore Gjertsen, Professor at the University of Bergen, and Chief Physician at Haukeland University Hospital, recognised for his work with acute myelogenous leukemia, AML.
Congratulations to Martin Burkert, a postdoc in the Waszak group, on receiving a Scientia Fellows postdoctoral Fellowship.
On Wednesday 23 June, important infrastructures from across Norway came together to present their offerings to the UiO's research community. A recording of the event is now available.
Nikolina Sekulic and Irep Gözen each awarded a ‘FRIPRO’ grant of 12m NOK
Up to 6.7 mNOK will be made available for concrete collaborative projects between NCMM research groups and associate investigators groups
The Centre is seeking 2-3 new group leaders in AI/Machine Learning and Cell-based Approaches
Professor Nissen recognised for his ground-breaking research into the structure and function of membrane proteins
Four-day online workshop brought together young researchers with world-leading microscopy experts