PhD courses

NFIF's PhD courses

NFIF offers dedicated and targeted PhD level courses of high quality. These courses are being held at our partner universities in Oslo, Tromsø and the University College Oslo.

Here you see an overview of all PhD level courses NFIF currently offers. In addition, NFIF provides financial support to all its students, who want to participate at any of these courses (See more under Travel grants). 

Creating new NFIF courses

NFIF supports new courses for its members with up to 54,000 NOK.

If you have a relevant course and would like to apply for support read the guidelines and requirements for NFIF PhD-courses.

Applications can be sent to NFIF administration .

Application deadline for autumn semester courses is 15 June

Application deadline for spring semester courses is 15 October 
Local deadlines for applications for establishing courses at your academic institute should be taken into consideration.

NFIF course portfolio

Code Name ECTS Location/Time Coordinator
FRM9915 NFIF - Introduction to and Application of Propensity Scores 5 UiO Mollie Wood
FRM9905 NFIF- Molecular Microbiology in Pathogenesis and Evolution 5 UiO Hanne Cecilie Winther-Larsen
FRM9920 NFIF - Ethnopharmacology 5 UiO Kari Tvete Inngjerdingen
FRM9640 NFIF - Pharmacoepidemiology Study Design and Manuscript Writing 10 UiO Mollie Wood
FRM-KJM9930 NFIF - Bioanalysis - Forefront Technologies and Applications 5 UiO - fall 2021 Stig Pedersen-Bjergaard
FAR8043 NFIF - Nanomedicine og nanotechnology 15 UiT - Dec 2020 Natasa Skalko-Basnet
PHVIT9530 NFIF - Methods of measurement in health sciences 5 OsloMet Cecilie Landmark











NFIF - Developing and testing complex healthcare interventions


NFIF - Molecular and clinical aspects of infection, inflammation and immunity

Statistical Modeling and Multivariate Analysis of Multidimentional Data Sets

NFIF - Real world research – qualitative methods

















David Wright

Reidun Kjome

Pål Johnsen


Raul Primicerio

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