Dr Ragnar Mørk´s Prize for Excellent Cancer Research 2023 to Mev Dominguez-Valentin

Mev Dominguez-Valentin
Mev Dominguez-Valentin

Dr. Mev Dominguez-Valentin from the Department of Tumor Biology is this year's winner of the prestigious Dr. Ragnar Mørk's Prize for Cancer Research.

She has won the award of NOK 200.000 for her for her ground-breaking studies of heritable cancers, especially the Lynch syndrome.

The prize ceremony took place on Friday 8th December at the Institute for Cancer Research.

Program:
14:00 Introduction of Dr. Ragnar Mørk’s Prize and the prize winner by the chair of the prize committee, Harald Stenmark
14:10 Prize winner’s lecture. Title: Lynch syndrome: towards more personalized management?
14:40 Coffee and cake available for everyone in the lounge area.

Prize committee: Harald Stenmark, Gunhild Mælandsmo, Olav Klingenberg, Erlend B. Smeland
Business manager: Carl Rieber-Mohn

From left: the award winner's collaborators Pål Møller and Eivind Hovig, Mev Dominguez-Valentin and chair of the prize committee, Harald Stenmark (photo: Kjetil Taskén)

 
Links
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Mev Dominguez-Valentin's publications

Inherited and Familial Cancer Project Group, headed by Mev Dominguez-Valentin

Department of Tumor Biology

Institute for Cancer Research


Previous news articles about Mev Dominguez-Valentin from ous-research.no:

Publication in ClinicalMedicine, part of The Lancet Discovery Science:
Mev Dominguez-Valentin published about the low colorectal cancer mortality in Lynch syndrome (LS) individuals
(21.03.2023)


Previous years winners of the Ragnar Mørks' legacy prize:

2022: Marina Vietri
2021: Anita Sveen
2020: Theo Theodossiou
2019: Karl-Johan Malmberg
2018: Kaisa Haglund
2017: June Myklebust
2016: Therese Sørlie
2015: Guro E. Lind
2014: Arne Kolstad
2013: Kjersti Flatmark
2012: Vessela N. Kristensen
2011: Camilla Raiborg
2010: Heidi Lyng
2009: Rolf I. Skotheim
2008: Tor Erik Rusten
2007: Anne Simonsen
2006: Bjørn Naume
2005: Gunhild Mælandsmo
2004: Mouldy Sioud

2003: Ragnhild A. Lothe
2002: Antoni Wiedlocha
2001: Eivind Hovig

 
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