|Position:||Senior scientist, Dr.philos|
|Phone:||+47 2278 1730|
-Member of the CCB – Center for Cancer Biomedicine Seminar Committee and taking part in organizing CCB seminars.
-Member of the TEKNA Biotek (The Panel of TEKNA members who are interested in or working on issues related to biotechnology) Oslo Committee, organizing TEKNA Biotek seminars in Oslo and Ås.
PhD. (2007) University of Oslo, Faculty of medicine. PhD thesis, entitled “Microarrays on Macromolecules: Implication of high throughput methods in cancer screening”. PhD supervisor Prof. Eivind Hovig, Dept. of Tumor Biology, Institute for Cancer research.
M.Sc. (2001) Vilnius University, Faculty of Natural Science. MSc thesis: ‘Vaccination of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L): Effect of different adjuvants on immune response against Infectious Pancreas Necrosis Virus (IPNV)’. The MSc. Thesis was supervised by Anne Aas-Eng at Aquatic Health Division, Alpharma AS (later taken over by Pharmaq), Oslo.
MiR-9, -31, and -182 deregulation promote proliferation and tumor cell survival in colon cancer
Neoplasia, 14 (9), 868-79
Oncogenicity of the developmental transcription factor Sox9
Cancer Res, 72 (5), 1301-15
Increased miR-21 expression during human monocyte differentiation into DCs
Front Biosci (Elite Ed), 2, 818-28
Profiling of miRNA expression and prediction of target genes
Methods Mol Biol, 629, 257-71
Monitoring B cell response to immunoselected phage-displayed peptides by microarrays
Methods Mol Biol, 524, 273-85
Transcriptional responses of Bacillus subtillis and thuringiensis to antibiotics and anti-tumour drugs
Int J Mol Med, 23 (1), 33-9
Expression profiling of microRNAs in cancer cells: technical considerations
Methods Mol Biol, 439, 179-90
Protein arrays: a versatile toolbox for target identification and monitoring of patient immune responses
Methods Mol Biol, 360, 335-48
Suppression of immunostimulatory siRNA-driven innate immune activation by 2'-modified RNAs
Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 361 (1), 122-6
Double-sided silicon strip detectors: new applications within genomics and proteomics
Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. Sect. A-Accel. Spectrom. Dect. Assoc. Equip., 527 (1-2), 68-72