As part of the collaboration between Oslo Cancer Cluster and Ullern high shool, a total of 40 students visited six different laboratories at the Oslo University Hospital and the National Institute for Public Health last week. A journalist from Framtida.no interviewed the six students who visited the Department for Tumor biologi. Researchers Siri Tveito and Karen-Marie Heintz guided them through immunoflourescence, PCR, gel electrophoresis and other techniques in the lab, and the students were eager to learn about the life of a cancer researcher.
Published in major journals, first or last author from Oslo University Hospital.
Neuroblastoma PTPome analysis unveils association of DUSP5 and PTPN1 expression with poor prognosis
Ann Oncol, 28 Suppl 7, vii21
Immunoregulatory Protein B7-H3 Promotes Growth and Decreases Tumor Cell Sensitivity to Anti-Cancer Agents
Ann Oncol, 28 Suppl 7, vii12
Disparities in Preventive Health Services: Targeting Minorities and Majorities
Ann Intern Med (in press)