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The gift was presented to Eva Gerdts and Helga Midtbø at a meeting in Godvik Sanitetsforening May 11.
The prize was presented to her by His Majesty King Harald at a ceremony at The Norwegian Theatre in Oslo Thursday 28.04.22
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The Nordic DIABESITY meeting held on March 9-11 at Solstrand (Norway) gathered top diabetes and obesity experts from Norway, Sweden and Denmark, as well as international scientists from abroad to discuss new approaches and ways of thinking for subsegmentation of diabetes and obesity.
The Female Heart workshop takes place at Solstrand Hotel & Bad outside Bergen on May 19th and 20th 2022. The workshop is hosted by the Centre for Research on Cardiac Disease in Women at UiB and focuses on sex differences in cardiovascular risk and disease. The program includes lectures from key national and international researchers in the fields, and targeted group discussions for PhD... Read more
Researchers at Center for Diabetes Research, UiB, have found that the weight of babies is controlled by their genes. The findings provide insight into the mechanisms that control appetite and energy metabolism early in life and can help us find better treatment for obesity in adolescence and adulthood.
"We have discovered the key to growth during infancy and early childhood. This is important because it may give us answers to why some children develop obesity later in life", says professor and leader Pål R. Njølstad at Center for Diabetes Research.
Dates: 10-12 March Ideas flowed and action points were shaped at the SFU writing seminar last week that took place at SCANDIC Flesland hotel. Student representatives were engaged in the entire process and contributed with valuable feedback and ideas that are being implemented in the SFU application.
The course in "Complex Interventions" is now available on the Futurelearn platform. The course was previously an offer through the Norwegian PhD School of Pharmacy, which has funded the digitalization.
Program: Monday 28.03.22 @ 12-13 Professor Eva Gerdts: Hypertension in women. Consultant PhD Grethe Åstrøm Ueland: Autonomous cortisol secretion – a new cause of treatment resistant hypertension in women? Plenary discussion. The seminar will be held in Norwegian
The Norwegian Research Council (Forskningsrådet) invites seven finalists from the University of Bergen to the second round of evaluations in the race of becoming "Senter for Fremragende Forskning (SFF)" (Center for Excellent Research).
Article in Aftenposten comments on a study from Center for Diabetes Research published in Nature Genetics.

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