Per Kristian Edvardsen

Per Kristian Edvardsen


  • PEP

Education: BSc and MSc in molecular biology from University of Oslo (UiO).

Areas of interest: ESKAPE pathogens, antimicrobial resistance, biofilm and virulence.

I graduated from the University of Oslo in 2020 with a master’s degree in molecular biology, where I focused on microbiology. In my masters I worked with Acinetobacter baumannii in the lab of Prof. Ole Andreas Løchen Økstad at UiO. I am currently a PhD student looking more closely into novel virulence factors in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

    • Infection biology
    • Biofilm
    • Antibiotic resistance
  • Liste med publikasjoner fra min forskning. (Cristin)

    1. Rørvik, G. H.Naemi, A.-O.Edvardsen, P. K. T., & Simm, R. (2021). The c-di-AMP signaling system influences stress tolerance and biofilm formation of Streptococcus mitisMicrobiologyOpen10, e1203.

    2. Skåne, A., Edvardsen, P.K., Cordara, G. et al. Chitinolytic enzymes contribute to the pathogenicity of Aliivibrio salmonicida LFI1238 in the invasive phase of cold-water vibriosis. BMC Microbiol 22, 194 (2022). 

  • BIO101 - Introduction to Biotechnology and Chemistry

    BIO211 - Methods and techniques in Molecular Biology

    KJB100 - Introduction to Biochemistry

    KJB200 - Biochemistry