English title of thesis
"Effects of a controlled immune activation on social behaviour, neurophysiology and the acute phase response in pigs"
Norwegian title of thesis
"Effekten av en kontrollert immun-aktivering på sosialadferd, nevrofysiologi og akuttfaseresponsen hos gris"
Prescribed subject of the trial lecture
“The monoaminergic system: a brief biochemical, anatomical and functional overview”
Date: 25 November (Oslo time)
- 1000hrs: Trial lecture
- 1045hrs: Break
- 1115hrs: Public defense
- Auditorium Hippocampus
- Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/62774745758?pwd=c0RESCtLeG9iZnEzN0ZkQW9MWmpHUT09
Covid-19 related restrictions have been lifted and all are welcome to attend this event in Auditorium Hippocampus in person (no prior registration is required).
Alternatively, you may attend the trial lecture and public defense via Zoom. Here are the guidelines:
- Test your equipment and internet connection prior to the public defense
- Keep your audio and video off at all times
- If anyone wishes to oppose the candidate Ex Auditorio, please send us a direct message in the Zoom chat BEFORE the 1st opponent finishes his or her opposition.
- Should you have any questions or experience any technical issues, please send us direct message in the Zoom chat.
First Opponent: Dr. Elodie Merlot, National institute for research in agriculture, nutrition and environment (INRAE), France
Second Opponent: Assistant Professor Rebecca Nordquist, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Committee Coordinator: Associate Professor Ida Beitnes Johansen, NMBU, Norway
Main supervisor: Associate Professor Janicke Nordgreen, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Professor Andrew Janczak, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Associate Professor Birgit Ranheim, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Professor Anna Valros, University of Helsinki, Finland
Co-supervisor: Dr. Dale Sandercock, Scotland’s Rural College, United Kingdom
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: Christina Maria Veit; Thesis number 2021:69; ISSN 1894-6402; ISBN 978-82-575-1843-1.