We are happy to invite you to a CCBIO Special Seminar, Thursday 23.03.2023, in Aud. 4 BBB, from 14.30-15.45.
Michael Rogers will give a talk on Neuro-immune communication in endometriosis, a novel therapeutic target?
Join us also for our informal pizza get-together following the talk!
Speaker: Michael Rogers, Harvard Medical School and the Vascular Biology Program, Boston Children’s Hospital
Time: Thursday, 23.03.2023 – 14.30–15.45
Where: Aud. 4, BBB
Title: Neuro-immune communication in endometriosis, a novel therapeutic target?
Chair: Agnete Engelsen, CCBIO
Abstract: Is available here
Onsite event in the auditorium. The CCBIO seminars are open to all, so feel free to forward this invitation.
Hope to see as many as possible there!
Camilla Tvedt Ekanger
Seminar coordinator/PhD student
Centre for Cancer Biomarkers CCBIO
The University of Bergen
Mobile +47 465 29 280
At scientifyRESEARCH, we are on a mission to empower researchers with funding information and enable the best research funding decisions.
To fulfill this mission, we have partnered with PD. Dr. Daniel Mertens from Schiller & Mertens: Scientists Need More! on our latest research funding webinar, where we will cover:
- How to find research funding faster – with a focus on grants for Europe-based early-career researchers.
- How to write a successful grant application – part 1 – “marketing” your ideas.
- How to write a successful grant application – part 2 – how to project manage: budgeting for time and money.
It is time for the allocation of small research funds (SMÅFORSK). The funds are a joint effort between NFR and UiB. The intention is that the funds should be given to research groups that have not received large grants so that they can start new projects. It can be applied to cover expenses for travel, seminars, courses, materials, technical-administrative assistance and other operating costs.
Requirements for application and criteria for allocation:
– The funds go to researchers who do not have large operating assets already.
– The size of the individual grants is between 15 000-150 000 NOK.
– The funds must be used by 2023 and cannot be transferred to 2024.
– Recipients must be active researchers in a permanent scientific position at K2, Prof. II or 1.am. II.
– Recipients must have applied for external funds in recent years.
All permanent scientific employees (including scientific employees in 10-50% position) at K2 can apply. It is done via this link. Deadline is 27.3.2023.
Then there will also be an infrastructure announcement from NFR this year, the guidelines are still unresolved. However, the faculty wants a survey of the applications with a deadline of 17 April on this form.
Have a nice weekend!
The science festival Pint of Science provide the opportunity for local researchers to introduce their research to the public in an engaging, understandable and fun way, usually in the relaxed atmosphere of a bar (over a pint of beer).
This year’s festival will take place on May 22nd-24th at Stereo bar. If you are indeed interested in sharing your research with our audience, please fill out this form.
Don’t miss this chance to spotlight your research! If you would like to find out more, please visit the website https://www.pintofscience.no.
The Faculty of Medicine invites all PhD-candidates to a workshop on “How to write a successful grant proposal”.
Target audience: PhD-candidates enrolled at the Faculty of Medicine who want to kick-start their academic career in the nearest future.
Registration: will open 10 April. Deadline 10 May.
As is already known, international students will start paying tuition in Norway starting in August 2023. This meeting’s focus will be on how UiB intends to approach this problem.
Time: 08.15–09.45 on March 15, 2023
Location: Egget, Studentsenteret
English will be used for the meeting.
Information about the situation at UiB, Rector Margareth Hagen
Short comments from: Per Bakke, Dean, Faculty of Medicine Jan Erik Askildsen, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences Martin Paulsen, Head of department, Faculty of Humanities Tore Walderhaug Sætersdal, Global challenges (GSU) Andrea Nesvik Voss, The student parliament at the University of Bergen Representatives from – Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design – Faculty of Law – Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences – Faculty of Psychology
The meeting will be chaired by Marit Bakke and Bente E. Moen
Studieavgift for internasjonale studenter: er Universitet i Bergen klar for dette? | Globale samfunnsutfordringer | UiB
Studieavgift for internasjonale studenter: er Universitet i Bergen
Studieavgift for internasjonale studenter vil bli innført fra august 2023. Målsettingen med dette møtet er å fokusere på hvordan UiB planlegger å håndtere denne utfordringen.
Welcome to our next UiB AI meeting, focusing on learning analytics and AI in education.
14.04.2023 – 10.00–12.00
Påmeldingsfrist 12.04.2023 – 16.00
We would like to gather the Drug Discovery Community in Bergen to foster connections and learn from each other. This event is free of charge, but we would like you to register so that we can plan better.
Anything from target discovery to drug development will fit for the meeting. The target audience is master’s students and up-wards to principle investigators as well as decision makers.
Date: Wednesday 22.03.2023
Place: Auditorium4, BBB
Sign up form: https://skjemaker.app.uib.no/view.php?id=14357816
Please sign up before 13.03.2023.
To our PhD candidates, postdocs and researchers: The next K2 Junior Retreat will be a full-day seminar at Alrek Helseklynge on April 27, save the date! The seminar provides a unique opportunity for networking with others in a similar situation at our department, and this time we will focus on scientific writing and handling expectations/challenges in the candidate-supervisor relationship, among other relevant topics. A registration form will be sent out shortly. The Organizing Committee
The survey is a key element of the study commissioned by the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation. It aims to support the assessment of EU Missions, the review of mission areas and the analysis of EU Missions’ portfolio of instruments and actions
The study endeavours to collect insights regarding the missions’ selection process, their governance, budget, instruments and actions as well as their focus and progress to date. The study seeks to identify what has worked well and less well, draw lessons and make suggestions for improvement in the short and longer-term of EU Missions’ implementation.
The next EATRIS-Plus Summer School in Personalised Medicine will take place on 17-20 April 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal.
The overarching topic of the summer school is multimodal biomarkers and diagnostics.
The summer school aims to fill the educational gap in the need for highly qualified translational researchers in personalised medicine. The course targets primarily senior researchers and is expected to be attended by late-stage PhD students, Postdocs, researchers, academics, medical doctors, clinicians, and healthcare professionals interested in or working in the field of personalised medicine.
Applications close on 10 March 2023
The Nordic Gender Equality Fund provides funding for collaborative projects that promote gender equality. The Nordic Council of Ministers issues an annual call for funding applications for projects involving at least three organisations from at least three Nordic countries. This year, applications will be accepted between 1 March and 3 April.