Leaders of the University of Oslo: Life Science konvergensmiljøer receive Centers of Excellence
Arnoldo Frigessi and Arne Klungland receive Norwegian Centers of Excellence.
Two leaders of UiO:Life Science’s first-generation convergence environments have been named Norwegian Centers of Excellence by the Research Council of Norway.
Arnoldo Frigessi, leader of the convergence environment Personalized therapies against cancer (PERCATHE) will lead a new center of excellence on artificial intelligence and Arne Klungland, leader of the convergence environment Epigenetics and bioethics of human embryonic development, with Lorena Arranz, will lead a new Center of Excellence that will focus on health in the early stages of life.
UiO:Life Science had three calls for convergence environments. The first generation was founded for the years 2017-2021.
The University of Oslo was awarded five Centers of Excellence in the latest call from the Research Council of Norway. A total of nine new centers have obtained this status.