Category: News

Acredit Annual Meeting

The ACREDIT Network met at Losby Gods on 9th-10th January for their annual meeting. This year, the focus was on creating a new landscape for research within the network, and on the experience of...

Another Successful Disputas for Acredit!

On 13th December, Acredit’s Kine Bakke has successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis “Assessing cancer aggressiveness by functional magnetic resonance imaging“ at the Small Physics auditorium in the Physics Building at the University of Oslo. ...

Congratulations Tonje!

Congratulations to our newest doctoral graduate, Tonje Bjørntrø, who successfully defended her thesis entitled “Extracellular Vesicles in Colorectal Cancer”. Tonje first gave a fascinating public lecture on the potential therapeutic uses of extracellular vesicles...

Disputas – Kine Bakke

Acredit’s Kine Bakke will defend her Ph.D. thesis “Assessing cancer aggressiveness by functional magnetic resonance imaging“ on 13th December 2019 at the Small Physics auditorium in the Physics Building at the University of Oslo,...

Acredit Members Present at ESGAR 2019

The Gastrorad group recently attended ESGAR 2019 in Rome, Italy, where several of the Acredit members presented scientific posters and educational talks to the abdominal radiology community. Representing the group were Elin Agathe Frøyen,...

Acredit Presents at AACR

Research from the Acredit team has been presented at the annual AACR meeting in Georgia, USA. Acredit members Kjersti Flatmark and Sebastian Meltzer both presented posters during the 1st April poster session, which were...

Acredit Celebrates with Cake for Breakfast

A breakfast celebration was held today to let our colleagues and collaborators in the clinical department of the Radium Hospital know about our new grants from the Norwegian Cancer Society, the Norwegian Radium Hospital’s...

Reactive Oxygen Species and Damaged mtDNA in LARC Outcomes

Tumour biologist Paula Bousquet has published a paper looking into how the hypoxic tumour environment may contribute to resistance to therapies and the ultimate progression of locally advanced rectal cancers (LARC). In her research,...

Røe Redalan Lab Receives Kreftforeningen Funding

Røe Redalan Lab Receives Kreftforeningen Funding

Acredit’s Dr Kathrine Røe Redalen has received 4 million kroners in funding from the Norwegian Cancer Society (Kreftforeningen) for a new project looking into the potential to for improving the use of MRI imaging...

Flatmark Lab Receives Kreftforening Funding

Flatmark Lab Receives Kreftforening Funding

Acredit member Dr Kjersti Flatmark has received 6.58 million kroners in funding from the Norwegian Cancer Society (Kreftforeningen) to look into the reasons that some abdominal cancers spread far more aggressively than others. Dr...