Background and activities

I am a human movement scientist and part of the research group on Geriatrics, Movement and Stroke (GeMS) at Department of Neuroscience, NTNU. I am presently working on validation and analysis of activity measurements in children and I am a part of the group performing the multicentre RCT “Does botulinum toxin A (BoNT-A) make walking easier in children with cerebral palsy?”

Teaching at the bachelor and master education in Human Movement Science.

PhD in Health Science with focus on motor control and physical performance in patients with fibromyalgia

Fields of interest

Neuromuscular control, musculoskeletal disorders, exercise physiology

Measurements and analysis of human movements including; measurements of muscle activity (EMG), oxygen consumption and kinematics (3D motion capture, accelerometer)

Education

2008-2014:     PhD in Health Science, NTNU

2005-2008:     Master in Human Movement Science, NTNU

2003-2005:     Bachelor in Sport and Human Movement Science, NTNU

Work experience

2014-:              Lecturer, Department of Neuroscience, NTNU

2008-2014:     PhD candidate, Department of Human Movement Science, NTNU

2008-2009:     FYSAK-coordinator, Orkdal kommune

2007-2008:     Research assistant, Program of Human Movement Science, NTNU

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications