Neuro-SysMed is a Norwegian Centre of Excellence for clinical treatment research focusing on multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease (PD), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and dementia. The Centre is hosted by Haukeland University Hospital in partnership with the University of Bergen and Haraldsplass Deaconess Hospital in Bergen, Norway, and the Lawson Health Research Institute in London, Ontario, Canada. Neuro-SysMed is funded by The Research Council of Norway and the host and partner institutions.
Find more information at the official Neuro-SysMed web pages.
The Neuro-SysMed activities are organized into four disease-focused Research Programs: Multiple sclerosis, led by Professor Kjell-Morten Myhr; Parkinson's disease, led by Professor Charalampos Tzoulis; Dementia, led by Dr. Kristoffer Haugarvoll, and ALS, led by Professor Ole-Bjørn Tysnes.
In addition, we are running cutting edge translational research programs on: Neuroinflammation & Biomarkers, Professor Christian Vedeler | Cell models of disease, Professor Charalampos Tzoulis | Care & palliation, Professor Bettina Husebø | Registry-based drug repurposing, Professor Trond Riise | Metabolism and signaling in disease, Professor Mathias Ziegler | Drug screening, Professor Aurora Martinez | Bioinformatics, Professor Inge Jonassen | Multiomics and systems medicine, Professor Charalampos Tzoulis | Philosophy & Ethics, Professor Jan Reinert Karlsen | Motion Biomechanics and Biomarkers in Parkinson’s disease, Professor Mandag Jog.
Neuro-SysMed Seminar – RRI, Responsible Research and Innovation
OVERVIEW OF THE NEURO-SYSMED SEMINARS
Attend the Neuro-SysMed seminars! They are open monthly meetings where members of Neuro-SysMed and invited local, national and international speakers provide talks on current topics within dementia, Parkinson's, ALS and MS.
OVERVIEW OF THE NEURO-SYSMED JUNIOR SCIENTIST SYMPOSIA
Feel free to attend the lectures at the Neuro-SysMed Junior Scientist Symposia! They are organized four times annually, and although they are mainly intended for PhD candidates, postdocs and other young researchers, they are open to all who are interested in the talks, also outside of the Neuro-SysMed groups. The talks will be on current topics and research within dementia, MS, ALS and Parkinson's.
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