Meet the newest employees at IGS!
This month we are happy to announce the following new additions to IGS:
Shaiane da Silva Tomazoni has started in a Postdoctoral position, funded by The Faculty of Medicine as part of the project “Effects of photobiomodulation therapy combined with static magnetic field associated with motor control exercise for chronic non-specific low back pain: ideal parameters on clinical, biochemical, and morphological aspects” with main supervisor Professor Jan Magnus Bjordal.
Tori Husum started as a PhD Research Fellow on 1st February. She will work under supervision of Professor Thorkild Tylleskär on the project “Randomized clinical trial assessing balloon occlusion of the aorta for controlling life-threatening postpartum bleeding in Africa”.
Sarah Svege started a PhD project at ETØK on 1st February. She is a former research track student and will work on the project “Malaria Chemoprevention in Children with Sickle Cell Anaemia in Uganda and Malawi: Acceptability, Uptake and Feasibility of Dihydroartemisinin-Piperaquine versus Sulphadoxine-Pyrimethamine”. Supervisor is Professor Bjarne Robberstad.
Juan Pablo Lopez Cervantes started as a PhD Research Fellow on 1st February. He will work under supervision of Professor Cecilie Svanes on the project “Using or quitting oral moist tobacco? Impact of oral moist tobacco on the respiratory health of a multinational cohort and their offspring”.
Welcome to IGS!
Bjørg Eli Hollund has been employed in a 20 % position as adjunct associate professor at the Centre for International Health.
Khadra Yasien Ahmed has started as a PhD Research Fellow in the Section for Public Health, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Health Management. She will work under supervision of Professor Esperanza Diaz on the project “Integration as a way to reducing health inequities among forced migrants: A collaborative and knowledge building project”.
Nina Berggren started as a PhD Research Fellow on 17th January. She will work under supervision of the Head of Department Guri Rørtveit on the project “Campylobacter-utbruddet i Askøy kommune”.
Ricky Heggheim will have a permanent position as senior executive officer in the administration from 24th January.
Welcome to IGS!