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
The 15th of December is the deadline for registering projects to the Postgraduate School for class 13. The projects should be made so that they can be transferred into a PhD. The students of the School is an important resource.
They are young and enthusiastic, but have a limited medical education. The projects should be adapted accordingly. So far, about 70 % of the students of the School have continued with their projects after finishing their cand. med.
education. Therefore, to get a student of the School in you research group is a great opportunity to gain a PhD student long-term. There are also funding associated with these students. Feedback from groups that have invested in
students of the School are almost all positive.
More information about the applications you will find here. This is an encouragement for you to send in potential projects to the Postgraduate School.
This is an invitation for all PhD candidates to the Bergen Postgraduate School of Clinical Medical research (Forskerskolen I Klinisk Medisin) Networking Luncheon. We hope you will join us for a lovely christmas lunch.
The vacation year 2013 is nearing its end, and that means that the vacation accounts for each individual employee soon will be completed. We therefore remind you that all used or planned vacation days in 2013 must be registered by you in the employee portal PAGAweb: http://pagawew.uib.no .
Last deadline for sending in the travel expenses in 2013 is December 10th. The travel expenses must be registered through Pagaweb, and original receipts delivered to the economy section at the institute by this date. Any travel expenses registered after this date may not be payed at last salary in December.You can use this year’s budget.
Employees in all positions at UoB may, in agreement with your group leader or supervisor, take the day off either Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve, as well as one day in the week between the two eves, if your current work situation allows it. This is in addition to the regular holidays (Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day).
Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve are considered normal work days until 12am.
The remaining days of Christmas have regular work hours at UoB.
Funny movie from The University of Tromsø 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5HirFpnNmQ
International School of Quantitative Research are holding a web course in regression models for medical science.
University of Santiago, Cape Verde 27-30 March 2014
The 17th of May 2014 it is 200 years since the Constitution was accepted by the representatives at Eidsvoll.
Because of Wilhelm F. K. Christie’s important part in the story of 1814 will the anniversary have a major impact on the University of Bergen in 2014. Continue reading
Thursday December 19th at 14.30, there will be a new Board Meeting in Bergen Postgraduate School of Clinical Medical research. Here (in Norwegian) is the meeting minutes from the last meeting, and underneath you will find the agenda. Since this is the last Board Meeting of the year there will be a light refreshments. Welcome!
Scandic Bergen City, March 31st – April 1st 2014
Center for Evidence Based Practice, Bergen University College invites all health workers to a conference about evidence based practice.
UoB’s annual seminar on Quality in Education will be held the 13th of December at 0900-1500 in Egget, Student Center. The topic will be the use of digital tools in teaching. Representatives from different professions will talk about their experiences.
The conference will be arranged in Trondheim on March 5-6, 2014, and is relevant for anyone working with internationalization of higher education. Click here for more information (In Norwegian)
Istanbul University/Turkey from 6 to 8 June 2014 – Click here for more information.
December 12, 2013, Oslo
The Donor States Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein have now announced collaborative research programs with three European countries (Beneficiary States): Romania and Czech Republic; the announcements for Hungary and Latvia are coming soon. Research projects in priority areas like Health and Food Safety or interdisciplinary projects are supported up to three years. Common to all programs is that the projects are sought, led and administered by the Beneficiary States.
Oslo Cancer Cluster will arrange the event Cancer Crosslinks 2014 on January 23, 2014. Click here for more information