Research at The Faculty of Medicine
The Faculty of Medicine has a total of about 1200 employees and 1900 students. With the inclusion of it’s more than 500 Ph.D.-candidates, the Faculty is one of the biggest contributors to the doctoral education at the University of Bergen.
The faculty covers a wide range of research fields. It is the host of one Norwegian Centers of Excellence (SFF), Bergen Center for Ethics and Priority Setting (BCEPS), and two K. G. Jebsens Centers on research on Parkinson's disease and genom-directed therapy in cancer. The infrastructure of the faculty’s research is organized in a total of eight core facilities.
Faculty of Medicine consists of five departments. For info on research groups on these departments, see links below:
Research Groups on Department of Clinical Dentistry
Research Groups on Department of Biomedicine
Research Groups on Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care
Research Groups on Department of Clinical Medicine
Research Groups on Department of Clinical Science