The Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research is a national facility dedicated to basic and translational stem cell research, technical training, and public education.
Contact information for general requests:
Phone: +47 22851578 / +47 92287650
Inquiries from the media should be made to Hege Brincker Fjerdingstad by email or telephone.
All patient inquiries should be made by email to Hege Brincker Fjerdingstad. The Center can not administer patient inquiries made through any other channels.
The PhD and Postdocs Stem cell Forum invites you to a talk on the burden and rewards of studying a novel molecular mechanism
Dr. Andreas Androutsellis-Theotokis
|Nov 3, 14:30, Round Auditorium
“I thought some pains were supposed to go away but they get worse (administration…). On the other hand, leading your own effort counts for something”The speaker will take us through the change in anxieties, and daily life concerns in research life (from PhD to PI). Inspired by his own experience he will discuss the gap between expectations and reality and how it is advisable to take into account and be prepared for the possibility of simply bad luck.
Saint-Petersburg on 9th-11th of November, 2016:
The International Conference "StemCellBio-2016: Fundamental Science as the basis of Cell Technologies"
Official web-site of the Conference: http://stemcellbio.ru/english/
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we invite you to take part in "3rd Annual Stem Cell Congress", which will be held in London on 3rd-4th of November, 2016.
For more information: http://www.stemcells-congress.com/agenda/
*Invitation* International Speaker Seminar: "3D retinal organoids: new frontiers for stem cell-based clinical applications"
M. Valeria Canto-Soler
M. Valeria Canto-Soler, PhD
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology,
Wednesday, Oct 26 , 14:00 Runde Auditorium,
Title: "3D retinal organoids: new frontiers for
Best Student Speaker prize 2016 was awarded Rossana Aprigliano (NTNU Barbara van Loon Lab) for her presentation on “Deciphering the molecular patho-mechanisms of HUWE1 induced X-linked intellectual disability”.