All requests for holiday must be registered by 31 October. All requests for transferring of holiday must also be registered by 31 October.
If you have not registered and / or applied for transference of your holiday by 31 October we will consider your holiday as spent and register this in PAGA. Continue reading →
As mentioned in a previous editorial in K2Nytt, the new organizational chart on K2 has been approved by the Institute Council. A new extended management team is part of the reorganization. The extended management team consists of 7 research group leaders and a representative from Stavanger, in addition to the department management. The 7 research group leaders have now been chosen: Emmet
Mc Cormack, Hematology; Eva Gerdts, Cardio; Henning Lygre, Pharmacology / Pharmacy; Per Eystein Lønning, Oncology; Pål Njølstad, Pediatrics; Vidar Steen, Genetics and Harald Wiker, Infection / Microbiology. In the choice of research group leaders to the extended management team, we have tried to let as many subjects as possible be represented. In addition, we have avoided subjects which are already represented in the management group (lung, endo, immunology, gyn / obs). I want to emphasize that there is no disallowance of those not selected. Each of the seven research group leaders will be in the extended management team for 2 years. The team meets once a month. In the extended management team the institute management wants to discuss ongoing matters. Examples are strategy, budget and finances, equipment priorities, educational issues, positions, lab areas and organization of application processes. The 7 research group leaders do not represent anyone but themselves. All the department’s 21 research group leaders will, like earlier, have a direct line to the department management and they will receive the minutes of meetings. The first meeting of the management team was held on Tuesday this week
Thanks to the populations generosity we can once again allocate funds to the country’s leading research institutions. You are hereby invited to the announcement of grants from the Cancer Society’s open call for proposals: Tuesday October 27 at. 12-1 pm at the University of Bergen, auditorium 4 in BB building, Jonas Lies vei 91.
Because of catering we ask you to register within October 21st. Invitation is attached. We look forward to seeing you!
the Norwegian Cancer Society
Kari Felicia Nestande
We wish to welcome you to the conference Danning og Utdanning – between classical ideals and demands for external relevance. The conference is at the University of Stavanger May 2-4 2016, organized by the National Network for the University and College Education. See attached conference program (in Norwegian) with a link to registration. The target audience is the academic staff and the topic should be interesting for many. If you have any questions, send me an email.
Kjetil Kiil Halvorsen
for Uniped v / UiS
I allow myself to send an invitation to you in connection with that we organize a national meeting here in Bergen Tuesday, November 10, entitled “Genomics in current clinical practice.” Continue reading →
Here is a link to an updated page with information about who works in the department administration, and what position they hold. In addition, we have a more detailed overview here, where it is possible to see which tasks each has, and who can help with what.
TIME: Thursday October 22nd 10:00-11:30
Location: Library of Humanities, Haakon Sheteligs plass 7
In conjunction with the International Open Access Week the university library arranges a seminar on open science and open publishing.
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Attached you will find an invitation to the Nordic PhD course Bio-8303: “Molecular and Clinical Aspects of Cancer”. The course will take place at the University of Tromsø in week 10 and 11 next year (March 7th to 18th, 2016). An international faculty teaches the course (please find the preliminary lecture schedule attached). Continue reading →
Based on last week’s search for “Department of Clinical Science AND Bergen”. If you have publications which are not covered by this search, send the reference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cAMP-dependent protein kinase downregulates glucose-6-phosphatase expression through RORα and SRC-2 coactivator transcriptional activity.
Andre M, Jan-Inge B, Lise B, Gunnar M, Jørn SV.
Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2015 Oct 6. pii: S0303-7207(15)30104-0.
Prevalence of Cryptosporidium parvum/hominis, Entamoeba histolytica and Giardia lamblia among Young Children with and without Diarrhea in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Tellevik MG, Moyo SJ, Blomberg B, Hjøllo T, Maselle SY, Langeland N, Hanevik K.
PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2015 Oct 9;9(10):e0004125.
Biomarkers of Nutrition for Development-Folate Review.
Bailey LB, Stover PJ, McNulty H, Fenech MF, Gregory JF 3rd, Mills JL, Pfeiffer CM, Fazili Z, Zhang M, Ueland PM, Molloy AM, Caudill MA, Shane B, Berry RJ, Bailey RL, Hausman DB, Raghavan R, Raiten DJ.
J Nutr. 2015 Jul;145(7):1636S-1680S. Epub 2015 Jun 3.
Exploring the potential of public proteomics data.
Vaudel M, Verheggen K, Csordas A, Raeder H, Berven FS, Martens L, Vizcaíno JA, Barsnes H.
Proteomics. 2015 Oct 9.
Genetically-encoded tools for cAMP probing and modulation in living systems.
Paramonov VM, Mamaeva V, Sahlgren C, Rivero-Müller A.
Front Pharmacol. 2015 Sep 15;6:196.
Here you will find this weeks application deadlines: Continue reading →