4 Sep - Fredrik Strebel Skedsmo (VET)

PhD Degree - Public Defense

Fredrik Strebel Skedsmo, Department of Companion Animal Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, will defend his PhD thesis "NDRG1 and PrPC in peripheral nerve myelin maintenance: Insights from morphological studies in two unique animal models" on 4 September 2020. 

4 Sep - Fredrik Strebel Skedsmo (VET)

Prescribed trial lecture:
"The axon: Structure and function in health and disease"

Time and place for the trial lecture and public defense:
Date: September 4

Time:
11:00 - 11:45 - Trial lecture
11:45 - 12:15 - Break
12:15 -           - Public defense

Place: Zoom  https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/63652674355

Evaluation committee:
First opponent: Professor Martí Pumarola Batlle, Autonomic University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Second opponent: Associate Professor Simin Mohseni, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
Committee coordinator: Associate Professor Hans Petter Kjæstad, NMBU

Supervisors:
Main supervisor: Associate Professor Karin Hultin Jäderlund, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Professor Arild Espenes, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Professor Michael Tranulis, NMBU

This public defense will be held digitally since physical presence must be limited due to Covid-19. All are welcome to witness the digital defense, but please read and abide by the guidelines stated below. This is required for the defense to run without interruptions and noise.
A restricted number of people are allowed to be physically present during the trial lecture and defense. This trial lecture and public defense will take place in the Festive Hall (U215), the Ur building, Campus Ås, which currently has a limit of 84 participants. All who are physically present must register their name and phone number.

Guidelines for attending the defense via Zoom:

  • Do not use your camera.
  • If anyone wishes to oppose Ex Auditorio, please ask your question in the chat before the 1st opponent ends his or her opposition.
  • Testing of your own equipment is advised before attending.

You may receive the thesis in PDF format by sending an email to marianne.ruud@nmbu.no.

 

 

Published 21. august 2020 - 11:30 - Updated 15. september 2020 - 15:58