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PharmaTox Post. Doc Kristina Gervin, engineer Magnus Leithaug and PhD students Haakon Edgetveit Nustad and Mari Spildrejorde attended the 2017 conference Epigenomics of Common Diseases at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge.
PharmaTox PhD student Martin Falck recently atttended the 14th National Stem Cell Networking Conference. He presented his work on in vitro studies using human embryonic stem cells to find out more on the biology behind the connection between prenatal exposure of paracetamol and risk of developing ADHD.
Eivind Ystrøm and Hedvig Nordeng are interviewed in Titan.no, forskning.no and fhi.no regarding the new article "Prenatal exposure to Acetaminophen and risk of ADHD"
Kristina Gervin and Robert Lyle have been interviewed by Titan concering the article: Long-term prenatal exposure to paracetamol is associated with DNA methylation differences in children diagnosed with ADHD.
Ulrika Nörby will give a lecture on: Fetal effects of maternal drug treatment - risk assessment and communication
New PharmaTox article about pharmaco-epigenetics out today in Norsk farmasøytisk tidsskrift
Kristina Gervin has been interviewed by forskning.no and NRK concerning her new article: Long-term prenatal exposure to paracetamol is associated with DNA methylation differences in children diagnosed with ADHD.
Our BMJ editorial is out now!
Several PharmaTox researchers attended the 28th conference of the European Network of Teratology Information Services (ENTIS) in Budapest in September 2017.
We welcome Nils Anders Labba.
Below he presents himself and his background.
Master's student Kristiane Fosskaug defended her thesis on June 1st with the title “Kan prenatal paracetamoleksponering påvirke nevroutviklingen? In Vivo og in vitro studier i kyllingembryo og PC12-celler for vurdering av effekter på genetiske regulatorer, nevronale utviklingsmarkører og lillehjernens morfologi".
Master's student Maria Øygarden defended her thesis on April 20th with the title “Studier av antidepressiva i kyllinglillehjerne og PC12-celler – Effekter av escitalopram og venlafaksin på genetiske regulatorer og neuronale utviklingsmarkører”.
The symposium is organised by Ragnhild Eskeland on behalf of the Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research and Department of Biosciences, UiO.
On May 3rd, Prof. Tobias Kurth will give an exciting lecture: "What if the results between propensity score and standard methods differ?"
PharmaTox arranged a seminar March 24th.
The University library is arranging the exhibition "Women!" - celebrating and acclaiming female researchers within natural sciences at the University.
Congratulations, Robert and Eivind, as partners in the new Centre of Excellence for Fertility and Health established at Norwegian Institute of Public Health!
Congratulations, Ragnhild as partner in the new SFF Centre of Cancer Cell Programming (CanCell)! An inspiration to all women in science.
A warm welcome to guest researcher Stine Kleppe Krogsrud. She starts working with us on March 6. Read more about her projects.
The first WiDS Oslo event will be held Friday February the 3rd in The Science Library, Vilhelm Bjerknes Hus, 3pm-9pm.
New article in Titan about the collaboration between PharmaTox researchers and Smartfish entrepreneurs, on verifying the advantages of nutrition drinks.
PharmaTox PhD student Stefania Salvatore will defend her PhD thesis the 20th of January 2017. The title of her thesis is: Application of functional data analysis (FDA) to weekly wastewater data.