18 Jan - Kristin Sæbø Pettersen (VET)

PhD degree – Trial Lecture and Public Defence
Kristin Sæbø Pettersen, Department of Paraclinical Sciences, Faculty for Veterinary Medicine, will defend her PhD thesis, “The effect of food chain stressors on Listeria monocytogenes” on 18 January 2021.

18 Jan - Kristin Sæbø Pettersen (VET)

Norwegian title of thesis:
"Effekten av stressfaktorer i matkjeden på Listeria monocytogenes"

Prescribed subject of the trial lecture:
“Eating processed foods: a good or a bad choice for a healthy diet?”

Time and place for the trial lecture and the public defence:
18 January

Trial lecture: 10.00 – 10:45
Break: 10:45 – 11:15
Public defense: 11:15 - 

Place: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/65314050354

Evaluation committee:
1st opponent Dr. Pascal Piveteau, French National Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE), Rennes, France

2nd opponent Professor Mieke Uyttendaele, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

3rd opponent Associate Professor Mette Myrmel, NMBU

Supervisors:
Main supervisor Associate Professor Marina Elisabeth Aspholm, NMBU
Co-supervisor Dr. Olaug Taran Skjeldal, Norwegian Veterinary Institute, Oslo, Norway
Co-supervisor Professor Yngvild Wasteson, NMBU

The doctoral thesis is available for public review.
Thesis number 2021:12, ISSN 1894-6402, ISBN 978-82-575-1721-2

For those who would like to access the thesis, please send an email to forskerutdanning@nmbu.no

This trial lecture and public defence will be held digitally since physical presence is hindered due to Covid-19. All are welcome to witness the digital defence, but please read and abide by the guidelines stated below. This is required for the defense to run without interruptions and noise.

 

Guidelines for attending the defence via Zoom:

  • Please keep your camera off.
  • If anyone wishes to oppose Ex Auditorio, please use the "raise hand" function in Zoom before the 1st opponent ends his or her opposition.
  • Testing of your own equipment is advised before attending.
Published 4. januar 2021 - 9:33 - Updated 18. januar 2021 - 11:54