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IEMR anniversary: 70 years of translational research

In 2021, the Institute for Experimental Medical Research celebrates its 70 year anniversary. Since its foundation in 1951, the institute has developed into one of Norways largest and most successful research environments. Professor Emeritus and former Head of IEMR, Ole M. Sejersted reflects on what brought the institute to its current position.

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New opportunities at IEMR: Full circuit at the Core facility for large animal research

The IEMR way is excellent cardiac research from bench to bedside. “And back again!” adds Professor Mathis Korseberg Stokke, fired up by recent events at the Core facility for large animal research.

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Our Fellow scientist in Manchester

Andreas Romaine, postdoctoral researcher at IEMR, is interested in understanding the underlying causes of heart failure. He is currently in Manchester, as part of the Scientia Fellows programme.

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Pop sci from IEMR: Why doesn’t the heart stop?

IEMR wants  to contribute to the education of the general public about cardiac physiology and heart disease. Group leader Mathis Korseberg Stokke has written an article about cardiac electrophysiology aimed at the general public that explains why the heart doesn’t stop.

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People at IEMR: Who they are, what they do and why they do it

At IEMR we believe that a mix of passionate clinicians and basic scientists produces excellence in research.

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A focus on the really small stuff

Q&A with Professor Bill Louch, Head of the Core Facility for Advanced Light Microscopy.

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Follow Stokke Research group on Twitter

We aim to understand processes that lead to cardiac disease due to pathological electrophysiology, especially arrhythmias. Our goal is that this insight will lead to improved diagnostics and therapy for patients with cardiac disease.

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