Annual Research Presentations 2024
The participants of the Research School in Clinical Medicine received awards for the best posters and oral presentations.
The Research School in Clinical Medicine at Department of Clinical Medicine, Department of Clinical Science and Haukeland University Hospital organizes an annual gathering where PhD candidates present their research to their doctoral colleagues.
The event consists of two parts: a poster presentation with posters hanging in the lobby of Haukeland University Hospital, and a gathering with oral presentations.
"We want all those who have been to subject-specific seminars or conferences, and have presented their research there to also share their research with their closest colleagues", says Professor Stian Knappskog, the leader of the research school.
The event ends with an award ceremony for the best posters and the best oral presentations. There is a jury that decides who gets most of the prizes, with the exception of the "People’s Choice Award" which is determined by the audience. See who received the prizes below.
Knappskog thinks it is especially great that the posters are hanging in the public area of the hospital. This way, passers-by can get a glimpse of the research being conducted at the faculty.
"We do this to promote the research our docotral candidates are conductiing, and to challenge them to communicate more", says Knappskog.
This is the eighteenth time the event has taken place. Here are the winners:
1st May Gjerstad – Inhibition of AXL isoforms in mantle cell lymphoma
2nd Lise Skarstein Jakobsen – Alterations in functional network dynamics after therapy for OCD
3rd Urszula Kalucka – Role of post translational modifications of bradykinin in wound healing
1st Solveig Løkhammer – Co-phenome analyses of individuals resilient or vulnerable to post traumatic stress disorders
2nd Hilde Eide Lien – Vimentin as marker for recurrence in endometrial cancer
3rd Rasmus Bach Sindre – Left atrial stiffness in young patients with cryptogenic stroke
Grete Ueland – Improvement in quality of care in type 1 diabetes
Rammah Elnour – Patient derived matrices for 3D culture work
Kira Höffler, Irit Titlestad, Lucia Cestelli and Mari Rasmussen
Professor Thomas Halvorsen, professor Anette Bøe Wolff og researcher Liv Cecilie Thomsen