Stine Indrelid, as part of the course FRM9905 - Molecular Microbiology in Pathogenesis and Evolution - organized by CIME staff, recently published the science dissemination paper "Våre venner bakteriene" (Our bacterial friends) in the national newspaper Aftenposten. FRM9905 is run as part of the National PhD School in Pharmacy (NFIF), and the science dissemination paper was written as part of the mandatory requirements for the course. Indrelid is a PhD student at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences / Østfold Regional Hospital.
Three new PhD students have been hired in CIME: Nelson Wang - originally from Canada, working in the group of Mike Koomey, supervised by Mike (main) and Åshild Vik; Sarah Finke, originally from Germany working in the group of Ole Andreas Økstad, starting from September 1st 2014, supervised by Ole Andreas (main), Anne-Brit Kolstø and Dirk Linke; and Anthony Prandina, originally from France, working in the group of Pål Rongved, starting from the 8th of September 2014, supervised by Pål (main), Alexander Åstrand and Hedvig Nordeng at the UiO and Marc Le Borgne and Sylvie L. Radix at UCBL. Welcome!
Seminar on bacterial signalling organised by the Faculty of Dentistry Monday November 17th, as part of the European Antibiotic Awareness Day.
Seminar on Ebola vaccines hosted by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Monday October 27 08.30-12.30, Rikke Nissen Auditorium, Lovisenberg Hospital