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5 of CCBIO's Principal Investigators received recently 9 million NOK in total from the Norwegian Cancer Society.
Forskningsprogrammet TRANSCAN (European Research Area Network on Translational Cancer Research) har nettopp offentliggjort sine tildelinger.
The TRANSCAN program (European Research Area Network on Translational Cancer Research) has just announced their allocation of funding.
The prestigious Kochon Prize was presented to Dr. Daniel Datiko, the Field Director for the project at the 45th Union World Conference on Lung Health.
There is an epistemological gap between theoretical and practical approaches to bioethics. A new article from Global Health Priorities researcher Kristine Bærøe aims at helping to bridge this gap.
Two colleagues have recently published popular science articles in Aftenposten and both of them have imaging as their main approach in their science.
At Grand Terminus Hotel from 16th to 17th of April 2015
You are hereby invited to present your work to fellow researchers and the general audience!
The 16th world congress of psychiatry was held this year in Madrid. The world-wide meeting was aimed at bringing together psychiatrists, scientists and clinicians from all countries and continents, focusing on quality, access and humane care. Our KGJN center was represented by Tetyana and Johanne who presented their latest finding within ADHD genetics and epidemiology. Tetyana talked about the... Read more
K1's Anne Berit Guttormsen and Brit Sjøbø from Haukeland University Hospital, published together with Nordic colleagues an article in the leading medical journal The New England Journal of Medicine which shows that blood transfusions can be halved in patients with sepsis.
Den anerkjente kreftforskeren og "vitenskapskjendisen" Zena Werb besøkte Bergen denne uken etter invitasjon fra Marion og Donald Gullberg, og foreleste på det kombinerte BBB & CCBIO-seminaret 2. oktober 2014.
Invited by Marion and Donald Gullberg, the renowned cancer researcher and science celebrity Zena Werb visited Bergen this week and held a combined BBB & CCBIO seminar on October 2, 2014.
The VIRTUES trial protocol has been published in BMC Neurology: Virtual reality training for upper extremity in subacute stroke (VIRTUES): study protocol for a randomized controlled multicenter trial.
Injuries are a growing problem worldwide, and almost 6 million people die each year as a result of injuries. This is over 30 percent more than the number of deaths caused by malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS combined.