PhD dissertation in the Thiede group:
On Thursday the 27th of June Christian Jeffrey Kohler from Bernd Thiede’s research group will defend his PhD thesis: Isobaric peptide termini labeling (IPTL) - An alternative approach for quantitative proteomics.
Time and location:
27. june. 2013 13:15, Aud. 3, Chemistry Building, Blindern
Diplom Biolog Sebastian Seidl at the Biotechnology Centre will defend the title of his thesis for Ph.D. (philosophiae doctor): "Analysis of isoform specific functions of atypical PKCɩ and PKCζ" Friday April 5 at 11:15, Auditorium Forum, Forskningsparken, Oslo
The trial lecture takes place April 5th 09:15, Auditorium Forum, Forskningsparken, Oslo with the title: "Regulatory, non-coding RNA in early embryonic development"
BiOs Nilsen gruppe hadde 30 november to artikler om forskningen på Caenorhabditis elegans publisert i Kreftforeningen og i Forskning.no.
Gratulerer Hilde et al.!
M.Sc. Hanne Kim Skjeldam at the Biotechnology Centre will defend the title of her thesis for Ph.D. (philosophiae doctor): "The role of DNA glycosylases beyond DNA repair" Wednesday 14 Nov 2012 13:15, Store Auditorium, Rikshospitalet, Sognsvannsveien 20, Oslo
The trial lecture takes place Nov 14 10:15, Store Auditorium, Rikshospitalet, Sognsvannsveien 20, Oslo with the title: "Model organisms in genome maintenance research"
Master in Bioinformatics, Antonio Carlos Mora Ortiz at Department of Molecular Biosciences/Biotechnology Centre will defend his thesis for Ph.D. 'Protein Interaction Data and Network Medicine'
12 Oct. 2012 13:15, Aud. 3, Kristine Bonnevies hus, Blindern
The trial lecture 'Pathways and protein interaction networks in cancer' will be 12 Oct. 2012 10:15, Aud. 3, Kristine Bonnevies hus, Blindern
Cand.med. Karen Henjum at Department of Clinical Medicine/Biotechnology Centre will defend the title of her thesis for Ph.D. (philosophiae doctor): "Immunoregulation by regulatory T cells and its role in colorectal cancer" Disputas: Karen Henjum - Immunologi og canceWednesday 10 Oct 2012 10:15, Auditorium 2 (rødt), Rikshospitalet, Sognsvannsveien 20, Oslo
The trial lecture takes place Oct 9 15:15, Auditorium 1 (grønt), Rikshospitalet, Sognsvannsveien 20, Oslo with the titel: "Cancer immunotherapy: Present and future"
Dissertation for Ph.D. Cand.pharm. Maria Elisabeth Kalland who will defend the title “Phosphorylation-Based Signaling in Human Immune Cells – A Systems View” Tuesday September 25th at 10:15 at Nye auditorium 13, Domus Medica, Sognsvannsveien 9, Oslo
BiOs research course in Molecular Biology is open for PhD students from all life science diciplines at Norwegian University or University Colleges and students at the Medical Students Research program at Medical faculty at UiO - deadline for registration is 1st of September!
Cand.med. Kristoffer Watten Brudvik ved Bioteknologisenteret vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d. (philosophiae doctor): Tumor biology and immunology of colorectal cancer - Studies of prostaglandin E2 signaling versus clinical outcome in disease models and patients with metastatic disease
On Friday the 15th of June Vibeke Hervik Bull from Bernd Thiede’s research group will defend her PhD thesis: A proteomic study of cellular stress responses and subsequent programmed cell death in human cancer cells.
Time and location:
15. jun. 2012 13:15, Aud. 3, Helga Engs hus, Blindern
Every fall BiO gives a research course in Molecular Biology, this fall the course is planned for the weeks 43 and 44 (22nd Oct - 2nd Nov).
iRefIndex extracts information about proteins and the interactions in which they are involved.
The Research Council of Norway has completed their 2011 reports on Biology, Medicine and Health research in Norway, and has made these reports publically available for download from their website (information and individual reports).
New publication from the Taskén group.
J Immunol. 2011 Oct 19. [Epub ahead of print]
How specific proteins are clustered together to metabolize fats.
A recent collaboration between the Centre for Immune Regulation at Rikshospitalet and the Donaldson group at the Biotechnology Centre of Oslo examined the role of inflammation in cancer progression.
Protein interaction data is collected by curators reading biomedical literature – after reading a paper, curators will create database records describing the protein interactions described in the paper. These curators are spread across several international databases that operate independently but that share their data so that a consolidated map of protein interaction knowledge can be constructed.