Øystein Skjærvø (2020)
Paper-based smart sampling for bottom-up protein analysis

Maren Christin Stillesby Levernæs (2019)
Affinity-based sample preparation in targeted protein analysis by bottom-up liquid chromatography mass spectrometry

Tore Vehus* (2018)
Nano Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry Platforms for Determination of Low Abundant Wnt/Beta-Catenin Proteins in Cancer Research

Ole Kristian Brandtzæg* (2018)
Online sample Preparation Platforms for Targeted Nano Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Bioanalysis

Cecilia Rossetti (2017)
Molecularly Imprinted Polymers as new tool in proteomics: the case study of SCLC diagnosis

Cecilie Rosting (2017)
Dried Blood Spots in Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry-based Protein Analysis

Hanne Kolsrud Hustoft* (2014)
Accelerating enzymatic protein digestion and on-line nano liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry based proteomics

Silje Bøen Torsetnes (2014)
Immunocapture LC-MS as a multiplexing tool for combined determination of protein variants using SCLC-markers ProGRP and NSE as models

Hanne Lund (2013)
Targeted Proteomics applied in clinical diagnostics - Immuno-MS based determination of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

Håvard Loftheim (2011)
Searching for biomarkers of acute rejection in renal transplant recipients – development and optimization of a urinary proteomic approach

Marte Balchen* (2011)
Electromembrane extracion – a novel appraoch for micro scale sample preparation of peptides

Ine Blankenberg Skottheim* (2010)
Pharmacokinetics of atorvastatin in special populations. Patients with statin induced myopathy and morbidly obese patients undergoing bariatric surgery

Bjørn Winther (2008)
Determination of an early stage SCLC biomarker by LC-MS

Pål Falck* (2008)
Whole blood and intracellular pharmacokinetics fo cyclosporin A in renal transplant recipients

Kristin Cecilie Carlsson* (2005)
Individualized dosing of CNS active drugs

Monica Hermann* (2005)
Pharmacokinetics of atorvastatin and cyclosporin – importnace of quantitative assessment of metabolites

Espen Molden* (2003)
Biological management of diltiazem – CYP2D6 phenotype is a determinant for the systemic exposure of active metabolites in contrast to the parent drug

PhD students with basis and main supervisors in other research groups. These students were only co-supervised by us.

Master's students

Thong Trong Ho (2020)

Jasna Petrovic (2020)

Huan Bao Ngo (2019)

Frida Braahten (2019)

Eirik Solheim (2018)

Areli Moe (2018)

Elin Vyvy Tran (2017)

Bassem Farhat (2017)

Faisa Ali Bulhan (2017)

Sazan Salih Abdullah (2016)

Quang Tien Huynh (2016)

Odd Gøran Ore (2015)

Christine Østvik Sæ (2015)

Line Buan (2015)

Rojin Salem Hame (2014)

Audun Nilsen (2014)

Maren Christin Stillesby Levernæs (2013)

Ann Helene Snilsberg (2012)

Kari Christiane Bjerknes (2012)

Sandra Gransbråten Løvbak (2012)

Karoline Løvsletten (2011)

Jon Rusten (2011)

Thanh-Tam Nguyen (2010)

Malin Brekke (2010)

Siri Valen Egeland (2010)

Knut Fredrik Seip (2010)

Anne Guro Hatterud (2010)

Silje Bøen Torsetnes (2009)

Thien Duc Nguyen (2008)

Mats Nikolaisen (2008)

Hanne Lund (2006)

Petter Moi (2006)

Margot Lygren Austnaberg (2005)

Karen Helene Milli (2005)

Håvard Loftheim (2004)

Astrid Gjelstad (2004)

Bjørn Winther (2003)

Jonas Valle Paulsen (2003)

Exchange students and visiting scientists

Eleonora Pizzi, Universitá di Bologna, Italy (2020)

Moritz Wießmeier, University of Tübingen, Germany (2019)

Pieter De Gauquier, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium (2019)

Chau Huynh, Umeå University, Sweden (2018)

Tugrul Cem Bicak, University of Strathclyde, Great Britain (2018)

Iacob Bogdan Cezar, Assist. Prof., University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (2018)

Ida Kristine Lysgaard Andersen, Københavns Universitet, Denmark (2017)

Clarissa Graziosi, Universitá di Bologna, Italy (2017)

Emilia Conte, Universitá di Bologna, Italy (2015)

Kishore Kumar Jagadeesan, Lund University, Sweden (2014)

Magdalena A. Switnicka-Plak, University of Strathclyde, Great Britain (2013)

Tamara Torcellini, Universitá di Bologna, Italy (2012)

Silvia Martini, Universitá di Bologna, Italy (2009)

Hilde Wolvers, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2008)

Cecile Claus, Utrecht University, The Netherlands (2007)

Jadranka Vukovic, University of Zagreb, Croatia (2007)

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