The Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research

 

The Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research is a national facility dedicated to basic and translational stem cell research, technical training, and public education.

Contact information for general requests:
Phone: +47 22851578 / +47 92287650 
E-mail: Hege.Fjerdingstad@rr-research.no

Media inquiries:
Inquiries from the media should be made to Hege Brincker Fjerdingstad by email or telephone.

Patient inquiries:
All patient inquiries should be made by email to Hege Brincker Fjerdingstad. The Center can not administer patient inquiries made through any other channels.

 
 
 

Stem Cell Center International Seminar Series

 

Epigenetics and Stem Cells - May 9th, 12.00-18.00 Helga Engs Hus, UiO

Oslo Epigenetics Minisymposium 2017

 

Invitation to a free Mini Symposium on Epigenetics and Stem Cells 9th of May 2017

Download invitation poster

The Symposium is free of charge but registration is mandatory – you can register at http://oslo.epigenetics.no/ or directly here <https://nettskjema.uio.no/answer/82248.html> .

The Symposium is organised by Ragnhild Eskeland on behalf of the Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research and Department of Biosciences, UiO.

 
 

The Stem Cell Center congratulates Group Leader

Gareth Sullivan and Ragnhild Eskeland for being granted Center of Excellence (SFF) status.

 

                    

The Research Council of Norway has initiated a Centres of Excellence (SFF) scheme with the intention to establish time-limited research centres characterised by focused, long-term research efforts of a high international calibre, and where researcher training is an important aspect. High scientific quality is the main criterion for the selection of the centres.

The SFF programme gives Norway’s best scientists the opportunity to organize their research in centres in order to reach ambitious scientific goals. The research should be innovative and have major potential to generate ground-breaking results that advance the international research frontier.

 

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