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TRACE Seminars spring 2024

The aims of the TRACE seminars are to provide knowledge into the field of translational research in epidemiology and provide a more robust understanding of the causal mechanisms behind non-communicable diseases (NCDs). The seminars are organised as monthly meetings.

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Planned seminars spring 2024:

  1. Time: February 7 at 12:00
    Place: Seminar room Edda (0H17) at Alrek (Årstadveien 17)
    Title: Sibling designs
    Speaker: Professor Kari Klungsøyr, TRACE/EPISTAT, Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care, UiB

 

  1. Time: March 20 at 12:00
    Place: Remote/Seminar room Midgard (0B20) at Alrek (Årstadveien 17)
    Title: Female specific cardiovascular disease risk: is it real?
    Speaker:  Associate Professor Charlotte Onland-Moret, UMC Utrecht, Netherlands

 

  1. Time: April 24 at 12:00
    Place: Seminar room Edda (0H17) at Alrek (Årstadveien 17)
    Title: IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) – its mission, organisation and research
    Speakers: PhD student Dagrun S. Daltveit and Professor Tone Bjørge, TRACE/EPISTAT, Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care, UiB

 

  1. Time: May 22 at 12:00
    Place: Seminar room Midgard (0B20) at Alrek (Årstadveien 17)
    Title: When giants collide - linking obesity and cancer.
    Speaker: Professor Nils Henrik Halberg, Department of Biomedicine, UiB

 

  1. Time: June 19 at 12:00
    Place: Seminar room Edda (0H17) at Alrek (Årstadveien 17)
    Title: Cardiovascular effects of steroids: pharmacoepidemiological studies in two UK diabetic cohorts
    Speaker: PhD student Haolan Tu, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

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