The Department of Biomedicine

News archive for The Department of Biomedicine

Joining nano-medical researchers in Bergen
The weather and the beautiful surroundings set a perfect frame to the gathering. National and international professionals gave exciting and future oriented talks.
The Meltzer Research Fund Awards were announced on 7 March, for excellence in research and for young researchers. This year there was also time for the honorary award for excellence in research, which was awarded to Professor Kenneth Hugdahl.
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).
We are happy to announce a basic course/workshop in imaging and analysis of subcellular structures 7th to 9th of April 2014. Guest speakers are Werner Koopman and Peter Willems from Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands. The course is supporteed by MedIm.
PhD candidate Helene J. Bustad from Biorecognition won the poster prize at this year's NBS Contact Meeting at Røros.
MIC is happy to announce the 10th course in confocal microscopy 4th -7th of March 2014. Registration is now open and we encourage you to register as soon as possible as it tends to fill up quickly, deadline 10th of February. Max 18 participants.
α11β1 integrin-mediated MMP-13-dependent collagen lattice contraction by fibroblasts: evidence for integrin-coordinated collagen proteolysis.
Date: 25.03.2014 – 26.03.2014
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.
The yearly Small Animal MRI course is now open for registration. It takes place 28th to 30th of October 2013 and you are encouraged to register as soon as possible as it is restricted to max 12 attendants.
30th of September and 1st of October MIC would like to invite people to an open day at the facility where all the available technologies are presented with demos. People can sign up to attend demos and on systems of interest and even bring own samples to test.
Researchers in Biorecognition recently published a potential therapy for the metabolic disorder methylamalonic aciduria in the journal Human Molecular Genetics.