NCMM is now seeking outstanding candidates for both senior and early-career NCMM Associate Investigators. Deadline: 25 August 2020.
Researchers at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital have discovered how destructive changes occur in our genome. This could lead to cancer. Their results have been published in the journal Nature Cell Biology.
Understand and harness the key elements of a succinct research plan while preparing your PhD proposal. Join our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
The Aurora and DAAD Mobility Programmes – Researcher Exchange for New Collaboration has been launched between Norway and France/Germany. Deadline: September 2, 2020.
The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) launched its Networking Support Scheme call supporting events disseminating knowledge on rare diseases. The call is open on a continuous basis. Next collection date is 1 September 2020.
Have a great summer! This is the last edition of MED News before the holidays. Read the editorial that summarises the semester and showing the way ahead for the autumn, as well as many other articles about major award ceremonies, career opportunities, important deadlines and more.
Each year, the Olav Thon Foundation awards national awards for outstanding teaching, support for student active research, support for Nordic research projects and an international award in mathematical-natural sciences and medical disciplines.
UiO:Nordic announces funding for up to five interdisciplinary research groups/projects. The duration is up to two years and the maximum funding is 2 million NOK. Deadline: 01 September, 2020
Norwegian Research Council (NFR) has pre-announced funding to Support Networking to Promote Gender Balance in Norwegian Research that can help promote and understand gender balance in academia. Deadline: 16 September, 2020.
The Faculty’s management would like to award a digitalis purpurea to the Faculty’s researchers and teachers for their skilful and effective handling of our new teaching situation, as well as for conducting research and writing applications to the best of their abilities during completely different conditions to normal.
The Faculty’s management are awarding all our technical and administrative employees with a digitalis purpurea for their outstanding work during the coronavirus pandemic this spring.
Rigid treatments of tuberculosis could lead to the emergence of more drug-resistant tuberculosis instead of less, new study shows.
The Humanities and Social Sciences Library in Georg Sverdrups hus is open. The other libraries keep their take away library open, but with reduced opening hours. We are planning to run as normal, with normal opening hours for all our libraries, from 10 August, provided the situation allows for this.
An unusual and challenging semester is coming to an end. Both teaching and exams have been organized successfully, thanks to great flexibility and efforts from both students and staff.
In this edition of MED News, you can read about how extremely valued your efforts have been this spring. Faculty management awards two digitalis purpurea, one for researchers and lecturers and one for technical and administrative staff. You can also read about: University of Copenhagen joins the School of Health Innovation, which has recently opened new course registrations. Fresh facts and figures. MED is a partner in two new centres for research-based innovation. And lots more besides.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation’s vision is to improve the lives of people through better health, education and the development of a knowledge-based sustainable society.
SCIENTIA FELLOWS II offers the opportunity to recruit postdoctoral fellows cofinanced from the EU. An extra call 2B will open on 15 August. Deadline for registration as a Host for Call 2B is 5 August 2020.
The ERC - Advanced Grant call for 2020 is open. Deadline: 26 August 2020.
The 2020 Marie S. Curie call for Individual Fellowships is published. Deadline: 9 September 2020.
In this edition of MED-nytt you will find good advice on applying for the Thon prize and getting help with statistics for the COVID-19 project. You can read about new fellows in Scientia Fellows II, seven new e-learning projects, teaching awards, the 2020 Anders Jahre Awards, important deadlines and much more.
The University Library's collections contain a lot of gay literature. Here we present some books related to LHBTQ themes, gender and sexuality. The list is updated June 2020.
The University Library reading list offers up to date and historical context for the current situation in the USA, from the autobiographical Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave, to Black Lives Matter: from a moment to a movement.
Norwegian Health Association invites researchers to apply for postdoctoral fellowships related to research projects focusing on causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of dementia. This includes proposals related to the Covid-19 epidemic and dementia. Deadline: Tuesday 1 September, 2020
The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) has now launched IMI2 – Call 22 and 23. Deadline: 29 September. 2020.
The Czech misnistry of Health invites applications under EEA-Norway grants to help reduce the risk of occurrence, escalation and chronification of mental health problems. Deadline: July 31, 2020.