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The p53 community met at Haukeland Campus for the 3rd international p53 isoform conference, 18th to 21st of June. CCBIO had the great pleasure of hosting The Third International p53 Isoform conference at Basic Biology-building, UIB Haukeland Campus. We welcomed researchers from all corners of the world including the pioneers who contributed in discovery and crucial first investigations in the... Read more
The Centre for Cancer Biomarkers CCBIO, in collaboration with Helse Vest, arranged on June 18.-19. 2017 a new type of symposium focusing on the methodology required to identify new biomarkers in patient materials.
The ethics, economics and ELSA research groups of CCBIO are coordinating their research activities ever more. In April they published their first joint book volume "Cancer Biomarkers: Ethics, Economics and Society".
Congratulations to Emilia Hugdahl for the YDF-award from the Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology!
The Centre for Cancer Biomarkers CCBIO met for the 5th time at their Annual Symposium at Solstrand 19-20 April. "We wish to motivate, especially the younger researchers, to perform excellent cancer research," says Center Director Lars A. Akslen.
«Seek international experiences !» recommends CCBIO Director Lars A. Akslen to the students of today.
Centre for Cancer Biomarkers møttes for femte gang på sitt årlige symposium på Solstrand 19-20 april. – Vi ønsker å motivere, særlig yngre forskere, til fremragende kreftforskning, sier senterleder Lars A. Akslen.
Now you can read the brand new CCBIO Annual Report 2016!
The regional health authorities' joint program for clinical therapy research (KLINBEFORSK) has February 27th 2017 allocated in total 124 million NOK to seven large research projects. The projects are closely linked to patient care and the requirements of the specialist health services. One of the supported projects is led by CCBIO PI Oddbjørn Straume, receiving 17,57 million NOK over five... Read more
Responsible cancer research should combine biomedical research activities with critical analysis of the same research, says CCBIO's Roger Strand and Lars A. Akslen in a recently published "perspectives" piece in the Norwegian medical journal "Tidsskriftet for Den norske legeforening".
Thursday, March 2nd 2017, this year's Thon funding was presented to the awardees at the University Aula in Oslo. CCBIO's Lars A. Akslen and Elisabeth Wik attended the prestigious ceremony to receive a grant in the category of national research-based teaching.
Maria Omsland defended Friday 03.02.2017 her dissertation «Investigation of the intercellular structure tunneling nanotube (TNT) in leukemia» at the University of Bergen.
Jan Roger Olsen defended January 27th 2017 his thesis ”Context dependent transcription factor regulation in normal and malignant cell differentiation” at the University of Bergen.
The Thon Foundation announced Thursday January 12th their allocations of funds for research. This year our faculty got two good reasons to celebrate. Professor Anne Berit Guttormsen at the Department of Clinical Medicine (K1) received an award for excellence in teaching, and CCBIO's Professor Lars A. Akslen and Postdoc Elisabeth Wik received support for the project "Harvard Cancer... Read more
The Norwegian prime minister commends research from the Lorens team at BerGenBio and CCBIO (02.01.2017)
The Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg highlighted CCBIO PI James Lorens and his company BerGenBio in her New Year's Address as an example of excellent cancer research.
André Sulen defended 09.12.16 his PhD dissertation "Leukocyte p38 and p53 proteins after environmental exposure; variation, associations and applicability" at the University of Bergen.
This semester’s last CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium took place December 8th. More than 40 researchers participated at the seminar where Professor Arild Raaheim from the Department of Education, University of Bergen, started the day with the lecture “Supervision. Challenges and possibilities”.
Close to a billion NOK is distributed through Fripro funding this year, among other to young researchers and as mobility grants. Cancer researcher and CCBIO postdoc Agnete Engelsen at the Department of Biomedicine is one of the supported young talents.
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