The next Oslo University Hospital research seminar January 12th 14:30 Multiple Sclerosis News: From the clinic to the lab and back
Everyone is welcome to the next Oslo University Hospital research seminar, which is entitled
"Multiple Sclerosis (MS) News: From the clinic to the lab and back".
Speakers: Hanne F. Harbo, Pål Berg-Hansen, Tone Berge, Mona Beyer, Elisabeth Gulowsen Celius.
Time: Monday, January 12th, 2015, at 14:30-16:00.
Place: Green Auditorium, Rikshospitalet, Sognsvannsveien 20, Oslo.
14.30: Welcome and introduction
Hanne F. Harbo, senior consultant, professor, Department of Neurology, Leader for MS research group at OUH and University of Oslo (UiO).
14.35: MS prevalence and environmental factors in MS- new data
Pål Berg-Hansen, senior consultant, PhD candidate, Department of Neurology, OUH.
14.50: The amazing new list of MS-associated genetic variants
Hanne F. Harbo
15.05: Molecular studies of genetic associations in MS in progress
Tone Berge, researcher and lab leader, Neuroscience Research Unit, Domus Medica 4, OUH.
15.20: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as a biomarker of MS disease activity and progression a developing field
Mona Beyer, senior consultant, professor, Department of Radiology, Section of Neuroradiology, OUH and Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences.
15.35: Novel treatments in MS improvements and challenges
Elisabeth Gulowsen Celius, senior consultant, associate professor, Department of Neurology, OUH and UiO.
15.50: Final questions and wrapping up
Hanne F. Harbo
Meetings chair: Hanne F. Harbo
Everybody is welcome!
Forthcoming OUH research seminars:
19.01 DNA sequencing in medicine.
02.02 PhD students and supervisors: the fast tracks to perfect synergy?
02.03 Personalized medicine.
16.03 Strategies for research on Alzheimer's disease.
13.04 Presentation of core facilities for proteomics research.
Meeting announcements and information: www.med.uio.no/klinmed/forskning/aktuelt/arrangementer/andre/ous-seminarer
On behalf of the organizing committee for OUH research seminars,
Alexandre Corthay (committee leader)