Faculty of Medicine

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PhD Candidate Simon P. Kibira has recently published the first article from his PhD project, concerning sexual risk and willingness to be circumcised in Uganda.
Professor Kreyberg's Prize is awarded every leap year day to the best dissertation in the field of pathology during the last 4 years. An award of NOK 100.000 goes this year to Dr.Med. Elisabeth Wik, Fellow at the Department of Clinical Medicine and CCBIO Postdoc.
At Centre for Pharmacy’s annual scientific event for students, Professor Ross T. Tsuyuki gave a lecture on pharmacists’ expanding role and how this can contribute to improved public health. Click through to access a recording of the full lecture.
Recently, Hawassa University in South Ethiopia and the University of Bergen agreed on a joint PhD degree programme. The programme is now recruiting students.
In a new study recently published in British Journal of Cancer, scientists at the department of Global Public Health and Primary care studied all males born in Norway during 1965-1985, and compared those diagnosed with cancer before the age of 25 with the cancer-free male references, for analyses on paternity, marriage, and offspring outcomes.
Recent results from the Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care (IGS) show that bariatric surgery patients need more than just physical follow-up.
A new article discusses the new, comprehensive framework for priority setting laid out by the third Norwegian Committee on Priority Setting in the Health Sector in November 2014. The authors also discuss the debate and work that followed in the wake of the Committee’s report.
A solemn ceremony at the Foyer of Sentralblokken, Haukeland University Hospital, ended the Research Presentations 2015.
What is the best treatment for older adults with NSTEMI or acute angina? This is the research question professor Anette Hylen Ranhoff from the Bergen Geriatric Research Group and collaborators from the University of Oslo sought to answer in a recent study published in the Lancet.
The final day of the Research presentations from 2015 was ended with a ceremony at the Foyer, Sentralblokken, Haukeland University Hospital