3. April, 2017
The first NORBIS international travel grants have now been awarded!
In this very first round of grant applications, the NORBIS board has decided to generously award a total of 450 000 NOK, to support the research exchange of nine NORBIS PhD students. Each student will receive funding corresponding to the newly established NORBIS international travel grant guidelines, which may be found here.
The nine successful student are as follows:
|Francesco Delogu||NMBU||Braunschweig, Germany||Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research||3 months, Summer-Fall 2017|
|Teshome Mulugeta||NMBU||Zaragoza, Spain||Laboratory of Computational and Structural Biology||3 months, April-May and Aug-Oct 2017|
|Mahsa Jalili||NTNU||University of Aberdeen, UK||Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences||3 months, Aug-Oct 2017|
|Kjersti Rise||NTNU||University of Iceland, Reykjavik||The Centre for System Biology||3 months, Apr-Jul 2017|
|Vasundra Touré||NTNU||Paris, France||Institut Curie and ENS Paris||6 months, Sep 2017-Feb 2018|
|Miriam Gjerdevik||UiB||Newcastle University, UK||Institute of Genetic Medicine||3 months, Sep-Dec 2017|
|Anna Frank||UiO||Cornell University, New York, USA||Department of Biological Statistics and Computationl Biology||6 months, Jan-Jun 2018|
|Aliaksandr Hubin||UiO||Medical University of Vienna, Austria||Department of Medical Statistics||3 months, Sep-Dec 2017|
|Chloe B. Steen||UiO||Stanford University School of Medicine, San Fransisco, USA||Department of Medicine and Stanford Cancer Institute||6 months, Aug 2017-Jan 2018|
We wish you all good luck, and look forward to reading your reports when you return!