The “European Scienticfic Journal” (ESJ) is a double-blind peer reviewed joournal which accepts high quality resarch articles. The journal is issued monthly and is available to all researchers who are interested in publishing their scientific achievements.
“Fit for Health 2.0” , the European initiative supporting researchers in all stages of Health research and results valorisation, is now inviting you to publish or update your online expertise profile, if you are interested to participate in Horizon 2020 under thematic “Health, demographic change and wellbeing”. Read more
Liv Beathe Gransmo will have her public defence on Friday December 20, 2013.
Trial lecture: Thursday December 19, 2013, 12:15 pm.
Topic: “Importance of normal genetic variation for breast cancer risk, prognosis and therapy”
Public defence: Friday December 20, 2013, 10:15 am.
Place: Auditorium 1, BB-building, Jonas Lies vei 91
Title of dissertation: “MDM2 polymorphisms: The impact of four promoter variants on cancer risk”
1. opponent: Senior Scientist, ph.d. Shan Zienolddiny, National Institute of Occupational Health
2. opponent: Senior Scientist, ph.d. Anita Langerød, Norwegian Radium Hospital, Oslo
3. member of the committee: Associate Professor, ph.d. Maria C. Enger, University of Bergen
The public defence will be led by Professor Asbjørn Svardal
Anyone interested is welcome to attend
Supervisor: Per Eystein Lønning
The conference will take place on September 10-12, 2014 at the University of Cantaberia, Spain. Main theme is Clinical Risk Management. Click here for more information
De fleste utlysningene for Horizon 2020 har nå blitt publisert. Klikk her for mer informasjon
Application form for parking spots at UiB 2014 is ready. Click here for form (In Norwegian)
This week’s Spotlight contains information on how to locate documents at the Participant Portal.
SIU will arrange EEA/Norway Grants Contact Seminar in Oslo, February 3-4 2014. The aim of the seminar is to facilitate meetings between Norwegian and European institutions and academic environments. Click here for more information
COST is a European network where most European nations are participants. An important task for COST is to promote research collaboration through scientific networks (“Cost-actions”). Click here for more information (In Norwegian). Other useful links: New Cost-actions November 2013 BMBS; application form.
The faculty has launched a news site on which news related to the development of a new syllabus in the the medicine study programme will be put out. Click here for more information (In Norwegian)
A new issue of FunderFinder is now available. Click here to read the newsletter