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Postdoc in the Bergen Gynecologic Cancer Research Group, Ingvild Løberg Tangen, was awarded with the best oral presentation prize at the ESGO (European Society of Gynaecological Oncology) congress for the presentation : “Expression of L1CAM in curettage or high L1CAM level in preoperative blood samples predicts lymph node metastases and poor outcome in endometrial cancer patients”.
Marit Valla defended October 12th 2017 her PhD dissertation "Molecular subtypes of breast cancer: incidence and prognosis". This was a collaboration project between the Centre for Cancer Biomarkers (CCBIO), University of Bergen (UiB), and the Department of Public Health and Nursing, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
A new study performed at UiB shows that the blood-thinning drug warfarin may prevent the development of cancer
CCBIO had two representatives presenting their research at the 9th World Congress of Melanoma in Brisbane, Australia, October 18-21, 2017.
UiB/CCBIO's Bergen Oral Cancer Research Group and Experimental Pathology Research Group received in 2016 3 million NOK in funding from SIU through the Eurasia program, to a collaboration project for education and research in oral pathology between Norway, Moldova, Belarus and Armenia. The project started off with a workshop in Bergen in 2016, and the Bergen researchers and educators have... Read more
NORBIS, supported by CCBIO, DLN and CBU, hosted the “Network Biology/Integromics Bioinformatics – Applications Towards Medicine” workshop at Grand Hotel Terminus in Bergen, August 23rd-25th 2017.
CCBIO with editors Lars A. Akslen and Randolph S. Watnick publishes a new book through Springer Publishing on August 31st. The title is Biomarkers of the Tumor Microenvironment - Basic Studies and Practical Applications. The book contains 22 chapters with more than 500 pages and multiple illustrations, with a general introduction to the topic (prologue) by Robert A. Weinberg. The foreword is... Read more
CCBIO/CBU recently held a workshop in ‘Basic R’, providing a great networking opportunity for CCBIO juniors in workshop a on the programming language R. CCBIO finds that increased knowledge in bioinformatic analyses and relevant analysis tools is important to fully understand the different levels of high-throughput data used in cancer research.
Sura Aziz defended Tuesday June 27th 2017 her dissertation: “Biological and clinico-pathologic markers in breast cancer, with focus on histologic features, markers of proliferation and angiogenesis” at the University of Bergen.
Anna Berg defended June 22nd 2017 her dissertation: «Molecular alterations and diagnostic imaging in premalignant and malignant endometrial lesions for improved diagnosis and treatment» at the University of Bergen.
Inga Reigstad defended Thursday June 22nd 2017 her dissertation "Investigation of different aspects of the tumor microenvironment as determinants of tumor development and progression".
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.

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