On March 10th Nansen Neuroscience Network organized the meeting "Clinic and innovation" in connection with" Nevrodagene". Clinicians, researchers and representatives from the pharmaceutical industry were gathered at Litteraturhuset in Oslo to hear about research, development and innovation related to multiple sclerosis (MS). 

Join our meeting March 10th at Litteraturhuset in Oslo. The topic for this meeting is "Clinic and innovation",  and will be of particular interest to clinicians, industry and others with an interest in research, development and innovation related to multiple sclerosis.

Nansen Neuroscience Network would like to congratulate Koen Vervaeke and Hedvig Nordeng for receiving European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grants. ERC Starting Grants are designed to support top up-and-coming research leaders who are at the career stage at which they are starting their own independent research team or programme. 

The official opening ceremony for Year of the Brain 2015 Norway was held yesterday, February 19th, in Oslo. It is 20 years since last time this was organized in Norway. This year it is co-organized by The Norwegian Brain Council, Norwegian Neurological Association and Nansen Neuroscience Network. 

Thursday the 29th of January Nansen Neuroscience Network organized a meeting about multiple sclerosis at Vika Atrium in Oslo. Around 50 participants from academia and industry were gathered to hear about personalized MS treatment and biomarkers. 

Hvordan sikre mer innovasjon og ny behandling ut fra verdensledende nevroforskning?

"The Board of Directors of Nansen Neuroscience Network (NNN) have appointed Bjarte Reve as our new CEO. He's one of the few in Norway that previously has been in a similar position and created impressive results, as CEO of Oslo Cancer Cluster NCE. 

December 10th was a spectacular day for Norwegian neuroscience as professors Edvard Moser and May-Britt Moser received their Nobel Medal and Diploma in Stockholm. In connection with the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony, NNN's CEO Leif Rune Skymoen made several appearances in media to comment the prize and share insights on Norwegian neuroscience. 

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