Competence

One of the main initiatives of the Trond Mohn Foundation is to support competence building at the University of Bergen (UiB) and at Haukeland University Hospital. The Starting Grant Programme has been the Foundation’s flagship programme right from the start. The grant to the Toppforsk Programme was a gift to UiB in conjunction with the Foundation’s 10th anniversary. The Foundation also has a number of other measures, which are presented under Other Competence Building Initiatives.

 

Starting Grant programme

Since Trond Mohn Foundation was established in 2004, the University of Bergen has had a unique strategic opportunity to recruit excellent young researchers through the Starting Grant Programme. The Foundation has been instrumental in recruiting 39 young research leaders to the University of Bergen.

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Starting Grant Programme

Since Bergen Research Foundation was established in 2004, the University of Bergen has had a unique strategic opportunity to recruit excellent young researchers through the BFS Starting Grant Programme. The Foundation has been instrumental in recruiting 39 young research leaders to the University of Bergen.

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The Toppforsk Programme

The University of Bergen seeks to promote more world-leading research in Bergen. The Foundation supports this effort.

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The Toppforsk Programme

The University of Bergen seeks to promote more world-leading research in Bergen. The Foundation supports this effort.

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Photo: Eivind Senneset. Source: UiB

Other Competence Building Initiatives

Initiatives in particle therapy, bioinformatics and mathematics all make a considerable contribution to build competence in areas of strategic importance to the UiB, the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and Haukeland University Hospital.

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Photo: Eivind Senneset. Source: UiB

Other Competence Building Initiatives

Initiatives in particle therapy, bioinformatics and mathematics all make a considerable contribution to build competence in areas of strategic importance to the University of Bergen, the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and Haukeland University Hospital.

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