11 Nov - Trond Holand (VET)

English title of thesis
"Development of Response Surface Pathway Methodology"

Norwegian title of thesis
"Utvikling av Response Surface Pathway Metodologi"

Prescribed subject of the trial lecture
“Strengths and weaknesses of the randomised parallel groups design and the randomised crossover design, with continuous efficacy variables”

Date: 11 November (Oslo time)
- 1000hrs: Trial lecture
- 1045hrs: Break
- 1115hrs: Public defense

Venue
- Auditorium Hippocampus
- Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/66584130234?pwd=di9XeUFsWEcxd0xTcUF6dmszeUZBdz09

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.

Evaluation committee
First Opponent: Professor Stephen Senn, The Universty of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Second Opponent: Professor Leiv Sandvik, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
Committee Coordinator: Associate Professor Hans Petter Kjæstad, NMBU, Norway

Supervisors
Main supervisor: Prof. Stig Larsen, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Prof. Tor Einar Horsberg, 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: phd.radgiver.vet@nmbu.no.
Name of PhD candidate: Trond Holand; Thesis number: 2021:10; ISSN: 1894-6402; ISBN: 978-82-575-1786-1.

Published 3. januar 2022 - 9:25 - Updated 3. januar 2022 - 9:25