Institute for Surgical Research is an experimental research institute with major focus on molecular medicine and translational research within several of the principal clinical areas of the hospital.
The Institute has 8 research groups with research activities spanning from cardiovascular research, experimental orthopaedic research, neurosurgical research (glioblastoma stem cells), research on cell transplantation and tissue engineering, to experimental microsurgery and transplantation.
The institute also has an emergingstrategic focus on research in regenerative medicine. Many of the research groups at the Institute are members of major national scientific networks and centres, as well as of international networks.
The Institute houses one of the nodes of Core Facility for Large Animal Research at Oslo University Hospital. The core facility provides scientific advice, help and support in projects involving large animal research to scientists at Oslo University Hospital and other Helse Sør-Øst RHF hospitals, as well as to scientists at University of Oslo, and has state-of-the-art laboratories for large animal research.
Since its start in 1966 more than a 150 doctoral theses have been defended from the Institute. Researchers at the Institute have made many important contributions to novel treatment modalities and novel diagnostic tools.
Professor Håvard Attramadal is currently acting Head of Institute.
The Institute has 8 research groups, working within the following fields:
Group leader: professor Håvard Attramadal
|Vilhelm Magnus Laboratory for Neurosurgical Research
Group leader: professor Iver A. Langmoen
|Integrated Cardiovascular Function
Group leader: professor Otto A. Smiseth
Group leader: senior scientist Hanne Scholz
Group leader: professor Lars Nordsletten
Group leader: consultant Svein Dueland
|Experimental Microsurgery and Transplantation
Group leader: head of clinic Pål-Dag Line
|Research in plastic and reconstructive surgery
Group leader: head of department Kim A. Tønseth
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