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Researchers at the Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Cebtre for MS Research have participated in a study on breastfeeding and risk og MS in Italy and Norway, published in Journal of Neurology in March.
Improving access to surgical care could save 1.5 million lives per year in poor countries, according to findings released today by the Disease Control Priorities Network at University of Washington’s Department of Global Health.
The TAR is a biannual Conference where innovative approaches to technically assisted rehabilitation are presented.
Congratulations to the first author Kari Anne Fjeld and coauthors from the group!
Researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered a gene variant that increases the risk of chronic pancreatitis
Researchers at Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Centre for MS Research have in february 2015 published an article in Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.
Fredag March 6th Harald Barsnes received the Meltzer prize for young scientists.
About 6.9 million children younger than 5 years die every year worldwide; 43% of these deaths occur within the first 4 weeks of life; the neonatal period. India is one of the countries that is worst off - a quarter of all neonatal deaths in the world occur in India alone.
We are very sad to inform that Kesheni Senkoro, a PhD student in the research group on Global Health Priorities, recently passed away during his data collection in Tanzania.