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Svanes is one of the most cited lung health researchers in Norway. She was recently awarded the Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) award for her longstanding effort in asthma and COPD research.
PhD student Aliona Nacu participated recently as finalist in the internationally renowned Falling Walls Lab competition in Berlin.
On November 12th, the Norwegian Commission on Priority Setting in Health Care, handed over their report to the Norwegian Minister of Health, Bent Høie. The Commission is lead by Professor Ole Frithjof Norheim of Global Health Priorities, University of Bergen.
New research increases understanding of the diabetes-related disease CEL-MODY.
The CCBIO Research School's new PhD course on the Ethical, Economic and Social Aspects of Cancer Research, CCBIO 903, is open for enlistment.
The research group of Clive Bramham and collaborators have discovered a piece in the memory puzzle. They have just published their findings in the prestigious journal Cell Reports.
Copenhagen was hosting this years world congress by the International Society of Psychiatric Genetics. Several researchers from our center was attending. Our center leader Jan Haavik had a lecture on functional studies, underscoring the importance of bringing a biological understanding to the underlying genetic factors. Tetyana Zayats presented results from her EU project on epigenetic factors in... Read more
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Through his work, Bruserud has contributed considerably in the field of hematological research. His commitment has created the foundation for research activity on AML, on a high national and international level, in the Helse Vest region.
Tom Eichele and Kenneth Hugdahl at the KGJN Center publishes a Neuroeconomics study in the prestigious journal PNAS. The study is a collaboration between the Functional MRI-group at UiB and the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). The study reveals centers in the brain involved in the computation of fairness.