More precise treatment for diabetes patients

‘Most diabetes patients live good lives, but how they respond to treatment varies and many patients go on to develop complications. There is potential for further improvement in diagnostics and treatment, which is where we come in’, says Professor Pål R. Njølstad, head of a...

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New Western Norway initiative to combat antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a top threat to global health according to the World Health Organization (WHO), with a current count of 700,000 annual deaths, predicted to rise to 10 million and pose a 100 trillion USD economic burden by 2050. With funding from the...

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Major investment in advanced cell therapy

The funding from the Trond Mohn Foundation will give researchers in Bergen the opportunity to develop new ways of treating chronic and acute wounds, bone damage and psychosis using stem cells. Many patient groups will benefit from the establishment of the regenerative medicine centre and...

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TMS Starting Grant – Call 2022

The TMS Starting Grant program call for 2022 is now published.The process consists of a prequalification round which will be decided in June 2022, with a subsequent final round which has an application deadline in August 2022. In both rounds the candidate and the...

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Research in the wake of the pandemic: Invitation to seminar #2

REGISTRATIONThe Research Council, the Norwegian Cancer Society and Trond Mohn Foundation will organize a seminar series in the period 2020–2022. We hope to contribute to an academic COVID-19 community with sharing of best practice, inspire communication of the research results between the project leaders and...

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Center for Regenerative Medicine calls for projects

The newly established Centre for Regenerative Medicine at Haukeland University Hospital, will nominate projects to Trond Mohn Foundation. To identify the best projects the centre calls for projects through a prequalification round. Read more about the prequalification process at  the centre´s web page. Deadline is...

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Call for Projects: AMR – CAMRIA

CAMRIA - Western Norwegian Centre for AMR - is invited to nominate projects to Trond Mohn Foundation. The centre therefore calls for projects of high quality within the scope of the centre profile.  The centre`s host institution, Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Bergen,...

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TMS Starting Grant Program: Award 202

This year's winners are Erlend Grong, Salwa Suliman and Willem van der Bilt. The young researchers will now start to build groups around their own research, in mathematics, stem cell research and climate research, respectively. Due to the pandemic, there was no grand ceremony in...

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Invitation to seminar: Covid-19: Research in the Wake of the Pandemic

The Research Council, the Norwegian Cancer Society and Trond Mohn Foundation will organize a seminar series in the period 2020–2022. We hope to contribute to an academic COVID-19 community with sharing of best practice, inspire communication of the research results between the project leaders and...

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