As you know PhD candidates financed by the University of Bergen has a fourth year in which duty work for the university can be required. This work is currently managed by the institute and not by the individual supervisor. Information about the required duty work is sent to all candidates and supervisors before the PhD period starts. Candidates can be given tasks like K2Nytt editing, web editing, and teaching. The institute has received questions like “what if the department does not have any available work?” In that case it is accepted that the student and supervisor come to agreement about suitable tasks. A survey made by Kristian Jensen shows that many UiB fellows use part of their duty work time to teach. This is particularly true when it comes to medical PhD fellows. This is certainly accepted.
My name is Elin Netland Opheim, and this week I take over as editor of “K2Nytt”. I have been a PhD candidate since March 2013, working on the project “Monitoring of thromboelastography, platelet function and platelet recovery in hemato-oncologic patients with thrombocytopenia”. My work place is at the Department of Immunology and Transfusion Medicine in the Laboratory Building, and I can be contacted by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Faculty Day will be held Thursday June 18th. There will be awarding of research and education prizes.
This year the principal of UiB will also award the Søren Falch Senior Prize here at the faculty.
More information (in Norwegian) here.
The application form for the Norwegian language courses for UiB employees is still open. Please remember to apply if you wish to attend the courses for the fall semester.
Attached you will find an invitation to the Nordic PhD course Bio-8302: “Molecular and Clinical Aspects of Cancer”. The course will take place at the University of Tromsø in week 35 and 36 (August 24th to September 4th, 2015). Continue reading →
This is a Call for nominations for the 2016 Novozymes Prize.
The purpose of the Prize is to raise awareness of basic and applied biotechnology research. Continue reading →
The Olav Thon Foundation has announced its national academic awards for 2016. It is awarded up to 10 prizes of NOK. 500,000 to:
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