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This week, Jude Santhampillai joined our group in Oulu as an orientation student and will work for three weeks with Henni.
We have a new PhD thesis hanging out for public display in the Tree of Science at the FBMM, University of Oulu. On June 1st, Isa will defend her thesis "Structural and functional studies on Plasmodium actin-myosin class XIV motors". The opponent will be Professor Alf Månsson from the Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden. Looking forward to an interesting examination - stay tuned!
The gift was presented to Eva Gerdts and Helga Midtbø at a meeting in Godvik Sanitetsforening May 11.
The 10th CCBIO Annual Symposium took place at Solstrand Hotel May 10 and 11, 2022, finally as an onsite event, attracting about 200 onsite and 60 online, as the symposium was offered as a hybrid solution.
Eitri Medical Incubator invites everyone interested in using data to develop better health solutions to particitpate in a “datathon” in September.
Researcher and co-founder of the biotech-company Moderna, Robert S. Langer, has met a lot of skepticism and rejection in his career. He explains the road to success with being stubborn, having courage to think big and to have good role-models.
The academic communities within the fields of pharmacy, computer science and interprofessional workplace learning in health want to become Centres for Excellence in Education (SFU). The initiative aims to strengthen the development of educational quality in many fields.
The Ukraininan Health Minister, Dr. Dr Viktor Liashko, opened the ISPH-conference "Fair Priorities in Unjust Circumstances" in Bergen April 28th.
The prize was presented to her by His Majesty King Harald at a ceremony at The Norwegian Theatre in Oslo Thursday 28.04.22
Helping using other means than medicines in services for patients with psychosis? Maneuvering decision making, guidelines and resources.
Professor and leader of the Centre for Nutrition, Gülen Arslan Lied, have contributed in an article at forskning.no about at study of intestinal flora and Covid-19.
This week, Maiken Fridal Trones is joining us as a MSc student in our lab in Bergen. She will be working on some interesting mutants of Plasmodium actin.
TVEPS - Centre for Interprofessional Workplace Learning is one of two academic communities at The Faculty of Medicine applying to become “Centre for Excellence in Education”. By doing this, the centre is taking a key role within interprofessional education and sustainability.
The agreement will strengthen ongoing work to improve public health in African Union (AU) member states and give more people access to basic health services.
Malaria is one of the most devastating infectious diseases in the world. The parasites causing malaria move by gliding, for which force is generated by an unusual actomyosin motor. We have determined high-resolution cryo-EM structures of the parasite actomyosin and actin filaments and a lower resolution reconstructions of the myosin light chains in the complex.

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