English title of thesis
"Persistent infection of Piscine orthoreovirus-1 (PRV-1) in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)"
Norwegian title of thesis
"Persistent infeksjon av Piscine orthoreovirus-1 (PRV-1) i atlantisk laks (Salmo salar)"
Prescribed subject of the trial lecture
“Viral infection of progenitor cells promotes latency across diverse taxa”
Date: 14 September 2021 (Oslo time)
- 1600hrs: Trial lecture
- 1645hrs: Break
- 1715hrs: Public defense
- Auditorium Hippocampus (upon successful registration and confirmation)
- Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/61717602521?pwd=b1lrSldvSmFNYnZxUXBrN29WT0xVQT09
Due to restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic, a limited number of people are allowed in the physical venue of the public defense. If you wish to attend the event in person, please complete this form https://nettskjema.no/a/213871 by September 5th. Those who have secured a spot will receive an email confirmation from us on September 6th.
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- Test your equipment and internet connection prior to the public defense
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First opponent: Dr. Kristi Miller-Saunders, Fisheries and Oceans, Canada
Second opponent: Dr. Ingunn Sommerset, Veterinærinstituttet, Norway
Committee coordinator: Associate Professor Stephen Mutoloki, NMBU, Norway
Main supervisor: Professor Espen Rimstad, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Dr. Maria K Dahle, Senior Researcher, Norwegian Veterinary Institute, Norway
Co-supervisor: Dr. Øystein Wessel, NMBU, Norway
The doctoral thesis is available for public review. For those who would like to have access to the thesis please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Name of PhD candidate: Muhammad Salman Malik; Thesis number 2021:49, ISSN 1894-6402, ISBN 978-82-575-1820-2