Department of Clinical Science

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Research concludes that medicine in the form of tablets could replace insulin injections for children with neonatal diabetes.
The annual conference "Best Research Presentations" was held by Forskerskolen in Clinical Medicine the January 24.-26. at Haukeland University Hospital.
For the first time, the Norwegian Diabetes Foundation awarded the "Diabetes Foundation Research Award" for excellent diabetes research.
Five researchers from Center for Diabetes Research have contributed in a newly published diabetes study in the prestigious journal Nature Genetics. The study shows that mutations in so-called MODY genes are more frequent than previously assumed, and that not all individuals with these mutations develop diabetes.
Associate professor Camilla Normand at Stavanger University Hospital gives a lecture on Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.
Speaker: Marc Lerchenmueller, Assistant Professor for Technological Innovation and Management Science at the University of Mannheim, Germany, and Research Fellow at the Yale School of Management, USA.
Endocrine medicine is ranked as the best research group in the world for Addisons disease for the last 10 years
Webinar: Monday 20.09.21 at 12:00-13:00 Speaker: Professor Sabine Oertelt-Prigione at Radboud Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands and Medical Faculty of the University of Bielefeld, Germany.
Bente E. Moen is appointed chair of the steering group at Center for research on cardiac disease in women
Webinar: Monday 26.04.21 at 12:00-13:00 Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Vera Regitz-Zagrosek will talk on how sex and gender modifies health and disease with a focus on cardiac disease in a translational perspective.
Research on PARP inhibitors carried out at Mohn Cancer Research Laboratory and KG Jebsen's center for genome-directed cancer therapy receives attention in the international press after publication in the Annals of Oncology.
Bergens Tidende shares the story of Elisabeth Thomassen, who receives support from the am-car community to raise money to try treatment in the USA.
Bergens Tidende shares the story of Aud and Kristel on 5 November; two ladies who have both been treated for breast cancer.
Novel genetic associations could pave the way for early interventions and personalized treatment of an incurable condition.
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.