Background and activities
I am the head of research administration at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, NTNU. The unit has a staff of 11, providing a range of research administrative services to researchers, as well as departments and the faculty management. Among these services is pre-grant support, communication, PhD program administration, administration of various in-house support schemes, bibliometrics, and management support. Please get in touch, and I will help you find your contact person at the section.
I am an historian by training, holding a PhD from NTNU since 2007. Between 2009-2015 I have been an adviser at the Faculty of Medicine, NTNU. I started in my current position in March 2015.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2009) Folkemedisinsk behandling anno 1860. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. vol. 129 (7).
- (2009) Public Health and Municipal Policy Making. Britain and Sweden, 1900-1940. Scandinavian Journal of History. vol. 34 (1).
- (2009) Susan Gross Solomon, Lion Murard and Patrick Zylberman (ed), Shifting boundaries of public health: Europe in the twentieth century. Medical history. vol. 53 (4).
- (2008) Folkeavstemming på ungarsk. Adresseavisen.
- (2003) Et liv etter døden - på utstilling?. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
Part of book/report
- (2010) Privileged Origins: "National Models" and Reforms of Public Health in Interwar Hungary. Imagining the West in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
- (2009) I monter post mortem: metodiske og etiske utfordringer for medisinhistoriske utstillinger. Historier om helse.
- (2008) Béla Johan (1889-1983) and Public Health in Inter-war Hungary. Of Medicine and Men. Biographies and Ideas in European Social Medicine between the World Wars.
- (2006) Right Radicalism and Rural Health in Hungary, 1933-1941. Science, Culture, and Politics. European Perspectives on Medicine, Sickness and Health.
- (2003) Travelers in Science and Public Health: The Rockefeller Foundation's Fellowship-program in Interwar Hungary. Cultural Exchanges between Central/Eastern Europe and America.