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On the 4th of November 2016 Elise Aasebø successfully defended her PhD thesis and thus completed her PhD degree.
Two ground-breaking articles in medical biotechnology from KGJ Centre for Medical Research and National Competence Centre for MS have recently been published in the well acknowledged journals Nature Biotechnology and Proteomics.
Researchers at the KGJ Centre for MS Research have published a paper in Mol Cell Proteomics mapping the human cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) proteome and the results are freely available via the new CSF Proteome Resource (http://probe.uib.no/csf-pr).
Researchers from The KGJ Centre for MS Research have in Dec 2014 published an article in Proteomics whish describe challenges and solutions for visualizing proteomics data, from acquired spectra via protein identification and quantification to pathway analysis.
A review which summarize and discuss the status of the field CSF proteomics in MS, was in Dec 2014 published in Biochim Biophys Acta by researchers at the KGJ centre for MS research.
We are thrilled to invite you to our ”Bioinformatics for Proteomics”-course to be held in beautiful Bergen April 21th – 24th at the Proteomics Unit at the University of Bergen (PROBE).
We are thrilled to invite you to our ”Bioinformatics for Proteomics”-course to be held in beautiful Bergen May 12th – 15th at the Proteomics Unit at the University of Bergen (PROBE).
8th National Proteomics Meeting in Oslo.
The course will include lectures, practical work and demonstrations of different quantitative proteomics techniques. The course will require basic knowledge in proteomics (theoretical and practical).
On the 13th of April 2012 Ann Cathrine Kroksveen successfully defended her PhD thesis and thus completed her PhD degree.
The University of Tromsø is the host of The 7th Norwegian Proteomics Conference. This is an anual meeting arranged by the Norwegian Proteomics Society.
On the 20th of May 2011 Jill Anette Opsahl successfully defended her PhD thesis and thus completed her PhD degree.
The course will include lectures, practical work and demonstrations of different quantitative proteomics techniques. The course will require basic knowledge (teoretical and practical) in proteomics.
At the Department of Biomedicine a postdoctoral position is vacant for the duration of two years. The position is financed by the University of Bergen (UiB) and The Research Council of Norway and is attached to the Proteomics Unit UIB (PROBE http://www.uib.no/rg/probe) at the Department of Biomedicine. The work place will be at the Building for Basic Biological Research, Jonas Lies Vei 91.

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