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Everyone pursuing a career in science in any type of science knows that reaching out with your research ideas and findings is a very essential part of being a researcher. But how to be skilled at reaching out to the public and different target groups with your new ideas providing the society with new knowledge and directions for future solutions?
This autumn the Norwegian PhD School of Pharmacy offers the course FRM-KJM9930 Bioanalysis - Forefront Technologies and Applications.
FRM-KJM9930 is particularly relevant for PhD-students working with chromatography and mass spectrometry in the fields of pharmaceutical analysis, biomedical analysis, clinical chemistry, proteomics, and metabolomics.
The course is now open for registration.
Professor John Scott is visiting UiO and UiT giving a lecture on “Exploring and exploiting the constraints of local signaling”. After the lecture there is lunch for NFIF candidates, and Professor Scott will be available for discussions. Please sign up to participate.
This high-level writing course is a collaboration between several Norwegian national research schools, and is aimed at senior PhD students and postdocs who are working on high-impact data for top-tier journals.
The workshop is taught by editors from selected relevant journals from the Nature Publishing Group, and aims to provide coaching and contact between the authors and the editors to facilitate tailoring results and pitch to the target audience.
Welcome to NFIFs annual conference 2017 from 19-21 June 2017 at Holmen Fjordhotell, Asker.
Registration deadline for the conference expired 10 April 2017.
Shane Desselle, professor at Touro University and president of Applied Pharmacy Solutions will walk us through FDA’s requirements for clinical trials, describe ‘Phase IV’ surveillance, including FDA’s MedWatch program, contextualize post-marketing and describe U.S. databases for pharmacoepidemiologic and pharmacoeconomic research.
Professor Tobias Kurth will give a lecture on: What if the Results between Propensity Score and Standard Methods differ?
The course will focus on current applications of propensity score methods for bias reduction in pharmacoepidemiology studies. The emphasis of this course will be on practical applications of propensity score methods, backed by theoretical lectures.
Next network meeting for PhD students and supervisors in clinical – and social pharmacy