Faculty of Medicine

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Our research group participated in the Global Health Conference in Bergen, entitled "Norwegian Global Health Networks with Impact". Find posters and pictures here.
PhD-candidate Fanny Pelissier will defend her thesis: “The Role of Age in Cellular Responses to Microenvironmental Cues as a Breast Cancer Susceptibility Factor”
Associate professor Kjell Arne Johansson has contributed to two new volumes on the important project Disease Control Priorities. In the new volumes just released, world leading experts provide new insight to the literature on investments in Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (Volume two) and on Mental, Neurological, and Substance Use Disorders (Volume four).
Henrica Werner received the 2015 Young Researcher Award from Onkologisk Forum. "The hope to give patients the for them correct treatment from the start, avoiding unnecessary side effects and ‘right-treatment delay’ in future through development of both prognostic and predictive biomarkers is what drives me", says the CCBIO postdoc and gynaecologist in an interview.
The badness of death and its possible implications for priority setting in global health is the subject in a new article by PhD-candidate Carl Tollef Solberg from the Global Health Priorities Group and Associate Professor Espen Gamlund. In the article just published in BMC Medical Ethics they present possibly the first systematic discussion on philosophical considerations of the badness of death... Read more
The Physiotherapy Research Group participates at the WCNR in Philadelphia, 10 - 13th May, 2016.
Have you ever struggled to cope with the complexity of cancer biology, while also trying to produce results that are relevant for the research community? Or maybe you've thought about the difficult gap between patients' expectations and what your science can actually provide?
Jovita Amurwon is the PhD candidate of the Month at Centre for International Health!
Sudha Basnet is PhD of the Month at Centre for International Health!
A new milestone reached: 120 patients have been included