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University of Minnesota: Norwegian Centennial Chair Grants Projects with UiO involvement

The mission of the Norwegian Centennial Chair Program is to promote cooperation in research and academic education between the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), the University of Oslo (UiO) and the University of Minnesota (UM) by strengthening and expanding existing, and by facilitating new transatlantic collaborations in cutting-edge research.

Projects awarded 2018-2020

Mechanism of action of novel NPR-A activators for treatment of cardiovascular diseases

  • Lincoln Potter, Dept. of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics, University of Minnesota
  • Finn Olav Levy, Dept of Pharmacology, Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo
  • Lise Román Moltzau, Dept. of Pharmacology, Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo

Energy Conversion using phase change materials in the small temperature difference regime

  • Richard James, Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, University of Minnesota
  • Bharat Jalan, Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Material Sciences, University of Minnesota
  • Ole Martin Løvvik, Dept. of Physics, University of Oslo & SINTEF

Characterization of the YthA in the development of resistance to antibiotics and antimicrobial peptides

  • Daniel J. O'Sullivan, Dept. of Food Science & Nutrition, University of Minnesota
  • Dzung B. Diep, Dept. of Chemistry, Biotechnology, Food Science, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
  • Per Eugen Kristiansen, Dept. of Biosciences, University of Oslo

A new Strategy for Designing Secreted Bioelectrical Components

  • Daniel Bond, Dept. of Plant, Microbial Biology, University of Minnesota
  • Hans-Petter Hersleth, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Oslo

Projects awarded 2016-2018

Structural characterization of the Shewanella oneidensis 5’nucleotidase UshA

Quantifying the role of mycorrhizal fungi in soil organic matter dynamics in boreal forest soils

  • Peter Kennedy, University of Minnesota
  • Håvard Kauserud, Oslo Mycology Group, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo
  • Line Nybakken, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
  • Mikael Ohlson, Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Advancing a novel mouse model to study APOBEC3B catalyzed DNA damage and its misrepair as a major source of mutation in cancer

The role of selective autophagy in the pathogenesis of neurogegenerative diseases

Plague Ecosystem Resilience to Intervention (PERI): a One Health Approach

Projects awarded 2012-2014/5

Structural characterization of the manganese transporter MntH of Escherichia coli

Thermodynamics and kinetics of bacteriocin mechanism of action

Establishing a novel mouse model to study APOBEC-catalyzed DNA damage and its misrepair as a major source of mutation in cancer

  • Hilde Nilsen, The Biotechnology Centre of Oslo, University of Oslo
  • Reuben Harris, University of Minnesota

The role of phosphoinositide binding proteins in autophagy and disease

Published June 24, 2016 11:30 AM - Last modified Oct. 9, 2019 11:47 AM