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Three new PhD theses from the Bear Project in fall/winter 2017 We are happy to announce that 32 PhD theses have now been produced within or in cooperation with the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project.  We congratulate the following new

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Two PhD students in the Bear Project defended their theses in spring 2017

We congratulate the following new doctors who wrote and defended excellent PhD degrees and thank them for their important cooperation to the Bear Project.  They are: Therese Sivertsen, who defended her thesis entitled “Risk of brown bear predation on semi-domesticated

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Congratulations to Andreas Zedrosser, the new President of the International Association of Bear Research and Management (IBA)!

Andreas, who is a central researcher with the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project and member of its Steering Committee, has been elected president of the IBA.  This is the largest worldwide organization that promotes the research, management, and conservation of

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Three PhD students who cooperated with the Bear Project defended their theses in 2016

In 2016, three PhD students who did part of their theses (at least one chapter) in cooperation with the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project defended their theses successfully.  We would like to congratulate these cooperators on their well-deserved PhD degrees

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Four PhD theses defended; three in March 2016!

In December, Marine Plumel successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled “Optimization of quantitative proteomics analytical strategies: application to studying metabolic adaptive responses in various organisms” at the Institut pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien in Strasbourg, France. Then March was a big moth

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Congratulations to Julia Schregel

….who successfully defended her PhD thesis on October 23, 2015. Julia is the twentieth person to have completed a PhD within the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project. The title of her thesis was “Genetic structure and gene flow in a

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Congratulations to Andrea Friebe…

… who with the successful defense of her PhD thesis on February 4, 2015 became the nineteenth person to have completed a PhD within the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project. The title of her thesis was “Winter ecology of brown

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