We are pleased to announce the Opening Seminar for the Mohn Research Centre for Regenerative Medicine on January 31, from 14:15-15:45. The seminar includes an official opening with speeches, announcement of the research projects recruited through grants from the Trond Mohn Foundation, followed by scientific presentations given by the new project leaders affiliated with the Centre.
Date: January 31, from 14:15-15:45
Venue: Auditorium, Armauer Hansen’s house
Registration for on-site attendance: Opening Seminar for Mohn Research Centre for Regenerative Medicine (deltager.no) (there is a limited number of “on-site” participants)
Streaming link: https://vimeo.com/event/1739168
14:15-14:45 Official Opening
Einar K. Kristoffersen, Centre leader
Sveinung Hole, CEO of the Trond Mohn Foundation
Eivind Hansen, CEO of Helse Bergen
Per Bakke, Dean at the Faculty of Medicine, UiB
14:45-15:45 Presentations from the project leaders
– Stem cell transplantation for wound healing
– Stem cells for treating osteonecrosis
– Personalised medicine in psychosis treatment
– Establishing “blue print” protocols for gene therapy
The Mohn Research Centre for Regenerative Medicine (MRCRM) is a collaborative initiative from Haukeland University Hospital and the University of Bergen, funded by the Trond Mohn Foundation. The Centre’s main aims are creating a hub for the research environment within regenerative medicine in Bergen and supporting the translational research and clinical trials employing the new clean-room facility at Haukeland University Hospital.
Read more about the new Centre at our website: Regenerative Medicine – Helse Bergen (helse-bergen.no).