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Every woman reaches menopause at a different time in life. Now, researchers from the University of Bergen have found a fuzzy way to calculate how far each one has come.
The Martens Group is proud to announce Niladri's successful defence of his PhD thesis entitled "An evolutionary epigenetics approach to schizophrenia." Niladri received main supervision by Stéphanie Le Hellard (UiB) and co-supervision by Timothy Hughes, (UiO), and Tatiana Polushina (UiB).
The Martens Group is very proud on behalf of Priyanthi's successful defence of her PhD thesis entitled “Lipid effects during antipsychotic drug treatment and their relevance for clinical outcomes.” Priyanthi received main supervision in her doctoral project from Vidar Steen (UiB) and co-supervision by Ingrid Melle (UiO), Erik Johnsen (UiB) and Silje Skrede (UiB).
As many as 50 per cent of women suffering from cardiac arrest are given insufficient treatment, because the heart failure was not caused by a heart attack.
As a child, Silke Appel was taken on ski trips to Geilo with her family from Berlin. Today she is a research director and deputy head of the Broegelmann Research Laboratory in Bergen, thanks to financial support from the Trond Mohn Foundation.
Researchers at the University of Bergen have identified new genetic signals for the regulation of how infants grow. This may be a crucial step in the fight against growth-related diseases.
In December 2018, professor Per Eystein lønning and senior researcher Stian Knappskog each received a new research grant of 10 mill NOK from the Norwegian Research Council under the FRIMEDBIO program. Since only 5-10% of all applications to this program are funded, we are very happy that two groups within our research environment received such grants.
You don’t only avoid holes in your teeth by keeping good oral hygiene, researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered a clear connection between gum disease and Alzheimer´s disease.
For the first time, researchers have shown that ordinary human cells can change their original function. The UiB-resarch published in Nature may give new hope for diabetes patients.
Researchers have found that neighbour-cells can take over functions of damaged or missing insulin-producing cells. The discovery may lead to new treatments for diabetes
In December 2018, professor Per Eystein lønning and senior researcher Stian Knappskog each received a new research grant of 10 mill NOK from the Norwegian Research Council under the FRIMEDBIO program. Since only 5-10% of all applications to this program are funded, we are very happy that two groups within our research environment received such grants.
Major milestone for our studies in the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort study (MoBa). Preprint describing the first GWAS to emerge from an ongoing  nationwide initiative to create a genotype resource for the entire Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study, capitalizing on a wealth of phenotypic data from 114,000 children.
New prototype launched at Ultradian consortium meeting

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