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KG Jebsen Center for Genome-Directed Cancertherapy

Opening seminar

K. G. Jebsen Center for Genome-Directed Cancertherapy is founded with generous support from the Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Foundation. The center's goal is to identify genetic defects that sensitize solid tumors to chemotherapy and compounds that target DNA repair and to exploit such deficiencies for improved patient outcomes.

At the center's opening seminar in June 2018, the center leader Professor Per Eystein Lønning received congratulations and plaque from Anne Marie Haga on behalf of the foundation.

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Cancer cell

New K.G. Jebsen Centre for Genome-Directed Therapy in Cancer

Professor Per Eystein Lønning and his research team will map tumour genes for better and tailor made chemotherapy.

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