Oslo University Hospital has awarded 6 excellent articles for the first half-year of 2019

In order to stimulate excellent research and draw attention to the hospital's research activity, Oslo University Hospital reward outstanding publications every half-year.

Six research groups were awarded for their excellent papers published during the first half-year of 2019 on November 22nd. Each group received NOK 50.000 for use in further research. The prize winners gave short presentations.

The six selected articles are of especially high quality, and they present important finding on both-short and long-term scales. The works reflect the good quality and the interdisciplinarity that characterises several research environments at Oslo University Hospital. The research is a fundamental condition for the institution to maintain and strenghten the quality in the patient treatment.

From left: Erik Prestgaard, Trond Michelsen, Kari Nytrøen, Asbjørn Christophersen, Muhammed Ali og Marte Sneeggen. In the background: Erlend Smeland. Photo: Dag Kristiansen


The award-winning articles:

First author: Trond Melbye Michelsen

The human placental proteome secreted into the maternal and fetal circulations in normal pregnancy based on 4-vessel sampling.
Michelsen TM, Henriksen T, Reinhold D, Powell TL, Jansson T.
FASEB J. 2019 Feb;33(2):2944-2956. doi: 10.1096/fj.201801193R. Epub 2018 Oct 18.
PMID: 30335547

First author: Erik Prestgaard

Change in Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Risk of Stroke and Death.
Prestgaard E, Mariampillai J, Engeseth K, Erikssen J, Bodegård J, Liestøl K, Gjesdal K, Kjeldsen S, Grundvold I, Berge E.
Stroke. 2018 Dec 10:STROKEAHA118021798. doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.118.021798. [Epub ahead of print]
PMID: 30580727

First authors: Kari Nytrøen and Katrine Rolid

Effect of High-Intensity Interval Training in De Novo Heart Transplant Recipients in Scandinavia.
Nytrøen K, Rolid K, Andreassen AK, Yardley M, Gude E, Dahle DO, Bjørkelund E, Relbo Authen A, Grov I, Philip Wigh J, Have Dall C, Gustafsson F, Karason K, Gullestad L.
Circulation. 2019 May 7;139(19):2198-2211. doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.118.036747. Erratum in: Circulation. 2019 Oct 22;140(17):e737.
PMID: 30773030

First author: Asbjørn Christophersen

Distinct phenotype of CD4+ T cells driving celiac disease identified in multiple autoimmune conditions.
Christophersen A, Lund EG, Snir O, Solà E, Kanduri C, Dahal-Koirala S, Zühlke S, Molberg Ø, Utz PJ, Rohani-Pichavant M, Simard JF, Dekker CL, Lundin KEA, Sollid LM, Davis MM.
Nat Med. 2019 May;25(5):734-737. doi: 10.1038/s41591-019-0403-9. Epub 2019 Mar 25.
PMID: 30911136

First author: Muhammad Ali

Induction of neoantigen-reactive T cells from healthy donors.
Ali M, Foldvari Z, Giannakopoulou E, Böschen ML, Strønen E, Yang W, Toebes M, Schubert B, Kohlbacher O, Schumacher TN, Olweus J.
Nat Protoc. 2019 Jun;14(6):1926-1943. doi: 10.1038/s41596-019-0170-6. Epub 2019 May 17.
PMID: 31101906

First author: Marte Sneeggen

WDFY2 restrains matrix metalloproteinase secretion and cell invasion by controlling VAMP3-dependent recycling.
Sneeggen M, Pedersen NM, Campsteijn C, Haugsten EM, Stenmark H, Schink KO.
Nat Commun. 2019 Jun 28;10(1):2850. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-10794-w.
PMID: 31253801


Summary of the findings in popular science form (in Norwegian)

News article from www.oslo-universitetssykehus.no (in Norwegian):
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