WHO Warns Against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria: These Two Are Particularly Dangerous

In a recent feature article published by BT, CAMRIA leader Professor Nina Langeland from the University of Bergen and Haukeland University Hospital, along with our collaborator Professor Magne O. Sydnes from the University of Stavanger, highlight the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance. This discussion comes in light of the WHO’s newly updated list of the Read More

New Insights from CAMRIA: How Do Norwegians View Antimicrobial Resistance?

The growing threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is well-known among researchers and policymakers, prompting them to devise plans and strategies to combat this global challenge. However, tackling AMR effectively requires more than just expert intervention; it demands the active engagement and awareness of citizens. In a recent article titled “Fear, Trust, and Knowledge – Understanding Read More

Exciting Seminar on Environmental and Patient Microbiome Clinical Studies at Finse

From January 17-19, CAMRIA organized an engaging seminar that delved deep into the world of environmental and patient microbiome clinical studies. The agenda spanned a spectrum of topics, encompassing sampling and bioinformatic themes, resistome, and methodological nuances, all illustrated with compelling examples drawn from the participants’ projects. At this event, participants from diverse backgrounds came Read More

DIGSSCORE Seminar: Social science research on antimicrobial resistance in the Swedish Citizens Panel

Björn Rönnerstrand, researcher at the SOM Institute at the University of Gothenburg, will present  “Social science research on antimicrobial resistance in the Swedish Citizens Panel” during a seminar organised by DIGSSCORE. The event will take place on November 7th, 2023 at 12:00-12:45 in The Corner Room at DIGSSCORE, Rosenbergsgaten 35, Bergen. The event is in Read More

Successful seminar organised by Randi Jacobsen Bertelsen

As announced on our website earlier, CAMRIA was engaged in organizing an interesting seminar on “Antimicrobial resistance surveillance in environmental and human samples” that took place on September 21st, 2023. The main organizer of the event – CAMRIA researcher Randi Jacobsen Bertelsen invited a number of experts within different aspects of the antimicrobial resistance research, Read More

Event on “Antimicrobial resistance surveillance in environmental and human samples”

  On September 21st, 2023 CAMRIA researcher and leader of the MARGIN project – Randi Jacobsen Bertelsen is organising an event entitled “Antimicrobial resistance surveillance in environmental and human samples”. The seminar will gather several international speakers that will discuss the problem of antimicrobial resistance focusing on different perspectives, including antimicrobial resistance in One Health Read More

CAMRIA gathering 2023

On May 22-23, 2023, CAMRIA organized its second lunch-to-lunch seminar.  After last year’s successful event in Bekkjarvik, this year CAMRIA partners, Scientific Advisory Board members and international collaborators gathered in Solstrand. The focus of the event was twofold – first, we looked into the ongoing projects funded by the centre, their progress and perspectives for Read More

Iain Johnston with the Meltzer Prize!

Professor Iain Johnston (Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen) and the leader of CAMRIA-funded HyperEvol project has been awarded the Meltzer Prize for young researchers 2023. Iain was nominated for the award to honor his work which combines mathematical, statistical and experimental approaches to learn more about the biological world. This approach has provided new Read More