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UiB spin-off biotech company BergenBio announced that their drug bemcentinib is frast-tracked in a phase-II clinical trial as a potential treatment against COVID-19.
PhD candidate Line Pedersen gives her trial lecture for the degree of PhD at the Faculty of Medicine.
PhD candidate Pouda Panahandeh gives her trial lecture for the degree of PhD at the Faculty of Medicine.
The candidate will give a trial lecture and defend her doctoral thesis with the title: “The Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Axl in Tumour Phenotyptic Plasticity and Acquired Resistance to Cancer Targeted- and Immunotherapy"
The candidate will give a trial lecture and defend her doctoral thesis with the title: “The role of AXL and the tumor microenvironment in cancer cell plasticity and therapy responses"
"The role of AXL and the tumor microenvironment in cancer cell plasticity and therapy responses"
Henriette Christie Ertsås defends her dissertation “The effects of ageing on microenvironment-contextual epithelialcell signalling” at the University of Bergen
A new study performed at UiB shows that the blood-thinning drug warfarin may prevent the development of cancer
Gry Sandvik Haaland defends her dissertation “Investigations of the cancer therapeutic and protective effects of warfarin mediated inhibition of the receptor tyrosine kinase AXL”
Ina Katrine Nitschke Pettersen defends her dissertation “A study of cellular metabolic flexibility under energy stress”
The research group around Karl Johan Tronstad at the Department of Biomedicine has been granted 9.5 million to investigate the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome, or myalgic encephalopathy CFS/ME.
Agnete Engelsen is one of seven young researchers at UiB receiving financial support during the 2016 FRIPRO announcement from the Research Council of Norway.
PhD-candidate Fanny Pelissier will defend her thesis: “The Role of Age in Cellular Responses to Microenvironmental Cues as a Breast Cancer Susceptibility Factor”
Nils Halberg at the University of Bergen has identified a protein that makes it possible for cancer cells to spread.
Nils Halberg heads a research group to find out how obesity is connected to cancer.
PhD-candidate at the Department of Biomedicine, Crina Elena Tiron, will defend her thesis “The Role of the Axl Receptor Tyrosine Kinase in Breast Cancer”