Welcome to IBA!

The National Graduate School in Infection Biology and Antimicrobials (or IBA) is a research school (forskerskole) funded by the Research Council of Norway, coordinated at the University of Oslo. Both PhD students and postdocs registered at Norwegian universities are welcome to apply for membership in IBA. Our program funds courses and workshops and research stays abroad/in Norway, has annual networking meetings, and we support participation in these activities by co-funding of travel and accommodation costs.

Latest news:

TTA Summer meeting 2021

2021-06-07 15:00:43 hadchris

IBA members are welcome to join the annual meeting on antimicrobial resistance organised by Turning the Tide of Antimicrobial Resistance  (TTA). You can find more information about the scientific program here.

Date and time: Wednesday June 9 (1 – 5 pm)

Location: Zoom (online)
Meeting ID: 646 4162 0035, Passcode: 927725

Please register your attendance here.

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IBA COURSE: ONE HEALTH APPROACH TO ZOONOTIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES

2021-06-07 13:11:55 hadchris

Time and place: 30th of August 2021 – 3rd of September 2021 (Week 35), NMBU Ås Campus

This course will review the microbiology, epidemiology and pathogenicity of some of the most common bacterial zoonotic pathogens in Norway. In addition, the course will introduce the use of modern genetic methods in surveillance, outbreak investigations and research relevant to public health, food safety and veterinary medicine. During one-week course, there will be practical sessions where the students will get a practical approach on the microbial genomics and metagenomics data analysis with no bioinformatical skills are expected.

Please visit our courses and events page for more information. The application deadline is on August 2nd.

IBA offers support for travel and accomodation for our PhD and research track members.

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IBA COURSE: MBI-8005 ADVANCED ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE COURSE

2021-05-21 12:59:30 hadchris

Monday October 18 – Friday October 22 – 2021 at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway.

The course will provide detailed insight and knowledge of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria. The objectives will include understanding of principles regarding antibiotic resistance, methods for detection of resistance, clinical breakpoints, resistance epidemiology, mechanisms for resistance development/evolution and spread, drivers behind development of antimicrobial resistance, clinically important resistance mechanisms in bacteria, molecular methods for typing of resistance bacterial clones and concepts in drug discovery.

Please visit our courses and events page for more information. The application deadline for students not registered at UiT is on June 1st.

*course programme updated on May 21st

IBA offers support for travel and accomodation for our PhD and research track members.

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IBA PhD association

2021-03-10 12:05:41 tinasvingerud

The IBA PhD association, IBA PhD, was founded in a digital meeting the 25th of February 2021.

Screenshot from the IBA-PhD general meeting the 25th of February 2021

The main goal of IBA-PhD will be to ensure the academic and social interests of PhD and research track students that are enrolled in the Norwegian Infection Biology and Antimicrobials (IBA) graduate school. 

The organisation will also organise an annual student day with and for IBA PhD candidates, nominate student representative candidates to the IBA board and sit or find candidates to sit on the IBA course planning committees.

IBA congratulates!

Read the full statutes here.

IBA PhD board members:

Runa Wolden (UiT) – Chairperson

Ragnhild Sætra (NTNU) – Vice Chairperson

Marita Mårli (NMBU) – Board member

Srijana Bastakoti (UiT) – Board member

Amit Bansal (UiB) – Board member

Verena Mertes (UiO) – Board member

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Disputation - IBA member Marta Gómez Muñoz

2021-03-02 09:13:36 tinasvingerud
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Photo: Amalie Huth Hovland, UiO

MSc Marta Gómez Muñoz from the Institute of Clinical Medicine at the University of Oslo will be defending the thesis Global responses to genotoxic stress and culture supplements in Mycobacterium tuberculosis for the degree of PhD (Philosophiae Doctor). 

She will have a digital Public Defence March 4 at 12:15 pm

Find link and information here:https://www.med.uio.no/klinmed/english/research/news-and-events/events/disputations/2021/munoz-marta-gomez.html  

She will also give a digital trial lecture on March 4 at 10:15 am on the given topic: Regulation of gene expression in response to stress in bacteria

Find link and information here:https://www.med.uio.no/klinmed/english/research/news-and-events/events/trial-lectures/2021/munoz-marta-gomez.html

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