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The participants at the 5th NYSCO agreed that getting an international network is one of the perks of the workshop.
Elodie Charvet from France has been in Oslo this summer, doing an internship with professor Fernanda Petersens research group. She has looked at samples from patients who have been treated with antibiotics for a whole of three months.
Tuesday 9th April the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Oslo welcomed a guest from their partner in Cape Town, South- Africa.
Days a little out of the ordinary are soon coming to an end for the dental student Leonardo Pagotto. Since the beginning of the year, the 22-year old Brazilian has been an exchange student in the lab of the Faculty of Dentistry in Oslo.
On the 5th of February 2019, NO-Age (The Norwegian Centre on Healthy Aging) held its first symposium discussing ageing where dean of research Linda Hildegaard Bergersen joined forces with other scientists regarding the concept of aging.
Faculty of Dentistry (OD) will receive 11 incoming students on 8th semester in the Master`s Degree in Dentistry- programme on Friday 1st March.
Ph.D student Anna Pawlik is from Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Faculty of Dentistry in Oslo has a cooperation agreement with this university.
Last week around 30 researchers from Brazil, the USA and the University of Oslo kicked off the international collaboration «Resispart» in the US. Lead by Fernanda Petersen from the Institute of Oral Biology, the project group is already seeing partnership, fruitful atmosphere and high expectations.
The purpose of this International Symposium is to demonstrate the three-dimensional x-ray imaging capabilities, bringing a completely new dimension to 3D scans, and enabling a more detailed look into the 3D structure of biological tissues and tissue-material interfaces.
Professor Fernanda Petersen at the Department of Oral Biology (UiO) has been awarded, together with her partners, a large grant from the Olav Thon Foundation. The grant was given the research project: «Born in the twilight of antibiotics: fighting antimicrobial resistance in preterm infants».
Institute of Oral Biology was recently awarded a significant grant to another project managed by Professor Fernanda Petersen.
Roger Junges, Ph.d.-candidate at the Faculty of Dentistry (FOD), University of Oslo, was recognized with the prestigous «LION Dental Research Award for Young Investigators in Oral Health Research» at the International Association for Dental Resarch (IADR) General Session.
Rabia Khan finalized her PhD with a presentation of her thesis at the Department of Oral Biology June 29.
Hanna Tiainen from the Department of Biomaterials at IKO will receive the award for her PhD-work.
In a university ranking the Faculty is ranked number seven in the world and number two in Europe.
This proposal from the Ministry of Health and Care Services, is now being sent out for consultation.
The faculty of Dentistry, University of Oslo has sent a formal request to arrange ADEEs (Association for Dental Education in Europe) annual congress in 2018.
This is one of the main venues in Europe where knowledge and experiences related to dental education in different countries can be shared.
Jostein Grytten is awarded the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) prestigious award, the Distinguished Scientist Award for Behavioral, Epidemiologic and Health Services Research.
Patients and other users, will now be a part in clinical dental research.
Researchers at the Department of Oral Biology has obtained funding for medicine, health and biology, FRIMEDBIO.
Thursday 18 December, employees at the Faculty of Dentistry were honored with "Norges Vels" medals for long and faithful service.
Facultat d'Odontologia Universitat Internacional de Catalunya will visit the faculty in week 49
Results from Candidate Survey 2014 shows that dentists trained by the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Oslo are very satisfied.
The prize are established to mark Norwegian Dental Association positive attitude to teaching and research in dentistry and to emphasize the importance of adequate recruitment of academic staff at the dental teaching institutions.
Research Fellow at the Department of Oral Biology, Roger Junges, has won the prestigious The Nordic Hatton Award Competition.
The title of the winning speech he held in Dubrovnik in Croatia; "Streptococcus mitis transcriptome changes in response to a novel pheromone