Interview with Pål at NRK Vestlandsrevyen regarding tablets that replace insulin injections for children with permanent neonatal diabetes mellitus.
Here is link to the report in Vestlandsrevyen.
Article in NRK Hordaland can be found here.
There has been feedback that the e-course for PhD supervisors is not easy to find. Here is therefore a link to the course.
Supervisors must still be admitted to the course. This is done under “People / People”.
Bergen Research Foundation has announced a call on anti-microbial resistance (AMR). You can find the call text and a sketch template on their webpage.
The programme will target the following key areas:
A – Therapeutics
B – Diagnostics
C – Surveillance
Projects may address the bacterial pathogens and the resistances identified in the Global priority list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria published by the WHO. Multi- and extensively drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis may also be included. Other pathogens are not included. Please read the call text for further specifications.
You can apply for projects in the range of 15-20 million NOK over a period of 4 years. Please send the pre-proposal in one PDF-file to firstname.lastname@example.org at or before the deadline 3 September 2018.
Impressed by Research Council of Norway’s previous events, Brussels has moved their next event from Central Europe to Oslo. The international network meeting, entitled “Brokerage for Health”, will focus on calls in the ongoing EU’s health program with deadlines during 2019.
The meeting offers several possibilities. Perhaps you are curious about the health program and considering applying EU calls in the future. You have maybe found a relevant call and want to collect hints and advice. Or you have decided to apply but need additional partners. You will also have the opportunity to present your project in the format of a 5-minute flash presentation (deadline to submit the flash presentation is 17 August 2018).
The event will take place 3-4 September in Oslo and the registration opens 15 June.
A hint: remember to bring business cards. If you do not have business cards, you can order them here.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Amra (Laboratory building, 8th floor).
Here are recent publications with contributions from K2 based on last week’s search on PubMed (and optionally articles that have not been included in previous lists). This time the list includes in total 4 recent publications. The entries appear in the order they were received from NCBI. If you have publications that are not included in this or previous lists, please send the references to Hege F. Berg.
Please see below the updated links for external funding:
External funding opportunities: http://www.uib.no/en/med/112772/external-funding-opportunities
Funding opportunities for education: http://www.uib.no/med/113987/funding-opportunities-education
The webpages are updated every second week. New calls are marked as NEW.
Amra, Ramune and Kaia
K2 presents Konstantina Dimitrakopoulou.
She started as a PhD fellow May the 14th.
She works in the G17 research group and is located at Kvinne Klinikken. She can be reached by email if you wish and say hi or contact her: Konstantina.Dimitrakopoulou@uib.no
K2 presents Mona Synnøve Nilsen.
She started as a PhD fellow 1st of May.
She works in the G2 research group and is located at the 8th floor in the laboratory building. She can be reached by email if you wish and say hi or contact her:Mona.S.Nilsen@uib.no
K2 Presents Nils Oskar Jogi.
He started as a PhD fellow the 5th of februar and he works at the research group G7.
He can be reached by email if you want to say hi or contact him: email@example.com
K2 presents Pernille Svalastoga.
She started as a PhD fellow on April 30th.
She works in the G20 research group and is located at BUS1. She can be reached by email if you wish and say hi or contact her: Pernille.Svalastoga@uib.no