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Centre for Organelle Research

The overall vision of CORE is to understand the biological function and complexity of organelles in eukaryotic cells.

Centre for Organelle Research

To achieve this CORE provides a cutting-edge, ambitious and dynamic research environment that attracts some of the best scientists and collaborators worldwide.

Organization of CORE 

CORE is headed by Prof. Lutz Andreas Eichacker. The centre currently is comprised of six research groups, which are headed by:

More than 15 PhD students and Postdoctoral Researchers currently work at CORE. One of our objectives is to educate the next generation of young scientists.

Partners and collaborators

CORE represents a consortium consisting of the University of StavangerStavanger University Hospital and the International Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS)

The Norwegian Centre for Movement Disorders at Stavanger University Hospital, headed by Professor Guido Alves, is affiliated with CORE and has an active research group working at the University. For more information on NKB’s basic and translational research activities see their website, or contact Jodi Maple-Grødem