Research performed at the department is organized into 11 research groups and two technology platforms, and is essentially directed toward studies on basal medical, biomedical and biological problems.
Some of the research performed has a clear anchor in clinical research and is based towards patient-related medical problems. This form of activity is mirrored by the focus that the Department has had in recent years on translational medical research.
The Research Council of Norway will fund 16 new research infrastructures. One of them is the Norwegian NMR Platform, which has been awarded 51.4 MNOK for new NMR equipment.
Biomedical Image Sciences is a relatively new field of study. We have interviewed two students who have chosen this study track in the Master's Programme in Medical Biology.
Aurora Martinez and her research group at the Department of Biomedicine work to find cures for rare, genetic illnesses.
Linda Stuhr and co-workers have shown that an increased availabiity of oxygen in tumours inhibits both growth and production of new capillaries (angiogenesis).
Recent knowledge regarding fluid constituting the body's microenvironment gives new diagnostic possibilities.
- Nazanin Rouhee
Student , Master's Programme in Medical Biology, University of Bergen
- 10.00 CCBIO Symposium 2014
12.12.2013 09.15 - 14.00