In addition to being Head of Laboratory, Kopperud was recently promoted to “researcher 1” at NIOM. Researcher 1 is the highest position attainable for a researcher at NIOM and can be compared to a professorship.
The European Society for Skin Cancer Prevention (EUROSKIN) and the Norwegian Society for Photobiology and Photomedicine (NOFFOF) held a joint collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop in Bergen 3-4 November 2016.
November 3rd to 5th sees thousands of dentists and dental health care professionals swarming into lovely Stavanger for the Norwegian Dental Association’s annual congress and the dental trade show NorDental.
During the annual Norwegian festival of knowledge and science, held all over the country in the end of September, scientists and researchers from both NIOM and the University Of Oslo held a public forum at Oslo’s House of Literature to present some of the findings in the newest research and how they relate to “crossing borders,” the theme for the festival.
The international organization for standardization hosted a meeting from the 18. – 23. September in Annapolis, Maryland, USA where the goal was to further develop standards for biological and clinical evaluation of medical devices.
Senior engineer Morten Syverud and senior engineer Inger Sofie Dragland from NIOM will contribute with posters presentations at The International Association for Dental Research (IADR). Congress will take place September 20-22, 2016, in Jerusalem, Israel.
Before the summer, NIOM established a two-year project position for a communications advisor in an effort to increase their visibility, an important part of the strategic plan NIOM’s owners and board has set for the period of 2016 – 2020. In the end of August, Jon-Eric Melsæter stepped in to the role.
Senior Engineer Ketil Kvam, Senior Researcher and Professor Nils Roar Gjerdet and Associate Professor Marit Øilo, former guest researcher at NIOM, will address both physical-chemical as well as clinical aspects of prosthetic alloys and different types of dental restorative ceramics at the annual meeting.
Lumichrome, a photodegradation product of riboflavin, has the potential to kill bacteria when combined with irradiation (photoinactivation). The degree of phototoxic effect was influenced by the lumichrome formulations. These results are presented in a recent publication by Ph.D candidate Victoria J Valerón Bergh, jointly supervised by School of Pharmacy, University of Oslo and NIOM. Article […]
I anledning 2015 – The International Year of Light, bidrar NIOM under Forskningsdagene ved arrangementet kalt «Helse, lys og lysbaserte teknologier», 17. september på Litteraturhuset, Oslo http://www.forskningsdagene.no/arrangementer/helse-lys-og-lysbaserte-teknologier
With some of the best facilities for testing and research on dental biomaterials, NIOM is increasingly popular among international researchers and higher-degree students. From Greece with Erasmus Andreas Koutroulis and Vasileios Kapralos have just finalized a 3-month research project funded by EU’s Erasmus+ programme. Both graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and wanted to gain […]
NIOM wishes all customers and business relations a wonderful summer! Our office is open and staffed every day during the summer. Please contact us by phone (+47 67 51 22 00) or e-mail (email@example.com). Here is a small summary of our first half-year activities. Publications We have published a number of articles so […]
NIOM researchers Head of Laboratory Hilde Kopperud and Senior Scientist Ellen Bruzell participated in a three-day workshop at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, hosted by Prof. Richard Price 24–26 June 2015. The meeting topics dealt with dental polymer composite materials and light curing LEDs. NIOM presented results of the following diverse topics: in vivo investigations of physiological […]
Ida Sofia Refsholt Stenhagen started a permanent position as a scientist on 18 May 2015. She holds a MSci. degree in Medicinal Chemistry (University College London) and a DPhil in Organic Chemistry (University of Oxford). Her research interests include fluorine chemistry, transition metal catalysis and polymer science. At NIOM she will be working on biocompatibility […]
Bioengineer students from the University of Oslo and Akershus have completed their bachelor thesis at NIOM. One group wrote about “The effect of resin-based dental materials for protein S-glutathionylation” and the other “Oxidative stress caused by methacrylate effects of cell functions”. Supervisors from NIOM were Jan Tore Samuelsen, Else Morisbak and Solveig Uvsløkk.