PhD theses by year:
- Olivera Bozickovic (2015) Regulation and function of steroid receptor coactivator 2 in hepatoma and breast cancer cells.
- Andre Greger Madsen (2015) Function and regulation of Steroid Receptor Coactivator 2. Transcriptional regulation of cellular metabolism.
- Monika H. E. Christensen (2013) Primary Hyperpapathyroidism: Effects on Bone and Markers of Inflammation.
- Line L. Haugan Moi (2012) Endocrine Treatment of Breast Cancer: Tamoxifen metabolism, steroid receptor coactivators and growth factor receptors.
- Marianne Hauglid Flågeng (2011) Steroid Receptor Coactivators and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptors in Breast Cancer.
- Simon E Nitter Dankel (2011) Transcriptomics of Adipose Tissue: Integrative Search for Obesity Candidate Genes.
- Ingvild Sveinsgjerd Fenne (2008) Regulation of Nuclear Receptor Coactivator GRIP1 by cAMP-Dependent Signaling.
- Jennifer Gjerde (2008) Tamoxifen Treatment of Breast Cancer: Pharmacogenetics and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring.
- Therese Røst (2008) Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptors (PPARs) and Mitochondria in Relation to Lifestyle-Related Diseases.
- Tuyen Thi Van Hoang (2007) Nuclear Receptor Coregulators – Role of Protein-Protein Interactions and cAMP/PKA Signaling.
- Pål Holm (2007) Betaine and its Relation to Homocysteine Status and One-Carbon Metabolism in Humans: Analytical Method and Biochemical Studies.
- Bjørn Gunnar Nedrebø (2004) Graves’ Disease and Hypothyroidism with Emphasis on Treatment, Homocysteine and B-vitamins.
- Elton Richard Kisanga (2004) Pharmacology of Low-Dose Tamoxifen Regiments in Breast Cancer Treatment.
- Bente Børud (2002) Transcriptional Regulation by Steroidogenic Factor-1 and Interacting Coregulators.
- Johan Arnt Steier (2002) Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) in Pregnancy: Significance of Fetal Sex on hCG Levels in Maternal Blood.
- Hooshang Lahooti (1991) The Estradiol Receptor and the 90 kDa Heat Shock Protein: Phosphorylation of Receptor and the Heat Shock Protein, and Studies on Regulation of the Estradiol Receptor mRNA.
- Ole Langeland Myking (1988) Oestrogens in Male Blood, Effect of Age and Fatty Liver: Significance of Hepatic Sulphotransferase for the Levels of Oestrone and Oestrone Sulphate - Clinical and Experimental Studies.
- Thor Thorsen (1982) Studies on Steroid Receptors in Human Breast Cancer, with Special Reference to Functional Integrity.
- Karl Fr. Støa (1958) Studies on Thiocyanate in Serum: with some Supplementary Investigations in Saliva, Urine, and Cerebrospinal Fluid
Updated: 22.12.2017 (First published: 17.10.2013)