Faculty of Medicine

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Wind energy has a very high potential for improvement, especially with regard to wake effects of the turbines within large wind farms. This work focuses the emphasis on potential of aerodynamically optimized wind park layouts and wake steering through yaw angle control.
Did you miss Jonas Solbakken and Velaug Myrseth Oltedal's presentation of HyValue? Watch it here!
Ester Kringeland PhD present on: Impact of gender on cardiovascular risk factors and blood pressure related heart disease
Students Ole Alexander and Elizabeth met in TVEPS. This was the start of further collaboration and the development of a sustainable solution for the return of medications.
What is needed for Øygarden medical center (LMS) to achieve the UN´s sustainability goals? During the fall of 2020, an interdisciplinary student group received a slightly different TVEPS practice.
Global climate change is impacting food systems, biodiversity, and ecosystems, with major implications for health. At the recent Prince Mahidol Award Conference, BCEPS PhD candidate Anand Bhopal shared his work on pathways to low carbon healthcare.
Andrea's paper on the structure and cellular localization of malaria parasite actin II was accepted for publication in PLoS Pathogens today! The work was a huge long-term collaborative effort between our lab and the lab of Inga Sidén-Kiamos at IMBB-FORTH, Heraklion, Crete, and that of Peter Rosenthal at the Francis Crick Institute, London, UK.
A recent study from UiB shows that elevated plasma methylmalonic acid predicts increased risk of acute myocardial infarction and mortality in patients with suspected or verified coronary heart disease.
Medical research student Rasmus Bach Sindre performed with excellence when he passed his midway evaluation 02.02.23. Rasmus is a 3rd year medical student, but has already acquired skills in advanced cardiac ultrasound image analysis and teaches his fellow students how to use handheld ultrasound equipment.
CCBIO would like to highlight recent publications in high impact journals.