The Fridtjof Nansen prize for excellent research in science and medicine 2014 is awarded to Centre for Cancer Biomedicine’s Kirsten Sandvig for her groundbreaking work within biochemistry and cell biology.
Oslo Cancer Cluster congratulates Professor Kirsten Sandvig with the Fridtjof Nansen prize for excellent research in science and medicine (Fridtjof Nansens belønning for fremragende forskning innen realfag og medisin). Sandvig is awarded the prize for her groundbreaking results within the fields of biochemistry and cell biology.
Prizewinner Sandvig receives a medal, a diploma and 150,000 NOK at a ceremony on the 5th of May at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Kirsten Sandvig is Principal Investigator in CCB and Professor at the University of Oslo, Department of Biosciences. Sandvig’s research group is located at the Institute for Cancer Research, the Norwegian Radium Hospital, Oslo University Hospital.