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Professor Jan Haavik has been given the Helse Vest Research award 2016 for his research on discovering biological mechanisms that can cause ADHD-symptoms. He was rewarded the prize during the annual research conference of Helse Vest.
There are two main reasons for why Jørn Blume is the candidate of the month of July.
Wednesday November 9th at 3.30 PM K2, in cooperation with the Bergen International Film Festival (BIFF), are showing a film from this year’s film festival.
Welcome to the mini-seminar 3rd of November in Aud. 2, BBB, 1330-1530 and the inauguration of MICs new Confocal/STED microscope: Leica TCS SP8 STED 3X
Caroline Engen is a CCBIO PhD candidate who presented at the S.Net conference in Bergen. Her lecture was titled "Why Targeted Therapy May Not Work", and was part of the CCBIO session "The Transition from a Blockbuster Model to Personalised Cancer Therapy". We asked Caroline to walk us through a medical researcher's perspective of the conference and the use of new... Read more
The status of safety conditions in many countries is changeable.
Every 15 seconds, a worker dies from a work-related accident or disease. Two thirds of these deaths happen in developing countries. This can be prevented with knowledge and education.
CCBIO organized a special session with focus on the transition from a blockbuster to personalised cancer therapy at the S.Net conference recently held in Bergen.
PhD-candidate Kaya Kvarme Jacobsen will defend her thesis: “Genetic susceptibility across neuropsychiatric disorders - genome-wide, candidate gene and interaction analyses”
Målfrid Råheim, Liv Heide Magnussen, Ragnhild Johanne Tveit Sekse, Åshild Lunde, Torild Jacobsen, Astrid Blystad
Andrea Melberg, Abdoulaye Hama Diallo, Ana Lorena Ruano, Thorkild Tylleskär, Karen Marie Moland
11th October, CCBIO hosted a pre-conference event on the Ethical and Social Aspects of Cancer Research as part of the S.Net conference, of the Society for the Study of New and Emerging Technologies.
Since the mid-nineties, professor Knut Fylkesnes at Centre for International Health, University of Bergen, has performed research and capacity building in Zambia.

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