Acredit Blog

Patients treated with MOC31PE show immunogenic responses

In a new study titled “Immune stimulatory effect of anti-EpCAM immunotoxin – improved overall survival of metastatic colorectal cancer patients”, Acredit member Yvonne Andersson has shown that patients treated with the immunotoxin MOC31PE experiences...

ICD via Oxaliplatin and Radiation

ACREDIT’s own Dr Simer Jit Bains has published a new paper looking into immune response in patients undergoing neoadjuvant oxaliplatin and radiation treatment. Dr Bains monitored the high-mobility group box-1 (HMGB1) protein, which is...

Sex Differences in Metastatic Rectal Cancer

A new paper entitled “Sex-related differences in primary metastatic site in rectal cancer; associated with hemodynamic factors?” authored by Sebastian Meltzer and Kine Bakke, has been accepted for publication. Sebastian and Kine found that...

Conversion of CLM using HAI

A new paper has been published by ACREDIT’s Dr Hanna Abrahamsson looking into the conversion of primarily unresectable liver metastases from colorectal cancer to resectable disease. Dr Abrahamsson looked at circulating FLT3LG in patients...

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. ...

Intraperitoneal Mitomycin C Improves Survival in PMP

Acredit co-founder Professor Kjersti Flatmark and colleagues have published new findings showing that the use of mitomycin C with intraperitoneal chemotherapy (IPEC) during cytoreductive surgery doubled survival times and reduced tumour growth in a...

Laparoscopic versus open liver resection

Drs Davit Aghayan and Åsmund Fretland have released new research showing that the use of laparoscopic surgery for patients with difficult to excise liver metastases brings several benefits to the patients than traditional open...

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,...