Senior scientist and research group leader in Barophysiology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU. Masters in biophysics and medical technology / PhD in molecular genetics. Entering the field of diving research as a physics student, I was attracted to baromedicine for its opportunities to study the delicately orchestrated interactions between the body and its environments. Current research focuses on how the body reacts and adjusts to the underwater environment, with emphasis molecular approaches to studies of oxygen effects and immune and inflammatory responses in humans and animal models.

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