Admission to NORBIS
Why apply to the school?
NORBIS is the Norwegian national school in bioinformatics, biostatistics and systems biology. We offer courses for for PhD students designed to match international research standards and support PhD candidates to fulfil their PhD education requirements. NORBIS organises workshops, summer schools, annual school meetings, visitor and exchange programs, and also have activities directed toward the industry and governmental institutions. Join NORBIS and benefit from a large network and fundings opportunities.
PhD students are admitted first at their respective institutions, normally one of the eight partner university, and must then apply for an admission to NORBIS. The research topic of the PhD student should be within the fields covered by NORBIS; bioinformatics, biostatistics or systems biology. We appreciate if you also encourage your supervisor to register with us, but it is perfectly fine to join us otherwise as well.
PhD students are welcome to apply for membership at NORBIS *here*.
For supervisors and researchers
Research groups and/or supervisors with competences and interests in accordance to the school guidelines are warmly welcome to apply for a membership at NORBIS *here*.
Others (post docs, master students, or simply interested)
As NORBIS is a doctoral school, we formally accept registrations from PhD students and group leaders or researchers that are active within our fields. Are you a master student, a post-doc, or simply interested in what we do?NORBIS is also a community. We ask for formal registration for PhD students and supervisors, but everyone working within our fields is welcome to participate to our activities. Just register to our mailing list to follow up with what we are doing!
Want to use our logo as a member of NORBIS? Download it here and feel free to use it for any presentation or poster you make.