Overview of next events and past events in the Centre.
The Centre organise several events:
CeFH Lunch Seminars
Our lunch seminars are informal research seminars that are held normally every Friday. Both researchers at the Centre and researchers from all over the world present interesting topics in fertility and health. The presentations include new research ideas, projects, results and methods as well as possible collaborative projects.
Although primarily aimed at researchers at the Centre, the seminars are also open to other researchers at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
Please contact Fredrik Swift if you have questions about the seminar or if you would like to give a presentation.
CeFH Genetic Fridays
Genetics Fridays are held every Friday at the Centre of Fertility and Health. This is an informal venue for all employees at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and collaborators who are working with genetics, planning to implement genetics in their work, or merely have an interest in genetics. There is room for presentations and/or discussions, where participants can share knowledge and experience, come up with ideas and discuss projects and methods. The big meeting room at the centre (room 201) is reserved every Friday from 13.00-14.00, available for meetings or discussions. Some Fridays there will be presentations on selected topics, methods or projects. These presentations will be announced in our event calendar. We make waffles for everyone at 12.30!
Contact Kristine Løkås Jacobsen if you have ideas on interesting topics we can address, or if you want to present something yourself.
CeFH Biostatistical seminar
The biostatistical seminar takes place on a monthly basis. The focus at these seminars is on methods and their mathematical backgrounds. Applications may also be presented. We invite a broad range of researcher from Norway and abroad to discuss various topics such as causal inference, Bayesian methods, variable selection, and more!
Statisticians ans data analysts from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health are invited at every meeting. People from the outside of the institute are also welcome to join. If you want to present your latest research, please contact William Denault.