Background and activities

Member of research group for perinatal brain injury at Department of Laboratory Medicine, Women's and Children's Health.

Graduated as a physiotherapist at Oslo University College in 1986 and the degree of PhD in Clinical Medicine at the Norwegian University of Science and Tehnology in 2010.

Work experience covers clinical work in hospital and community based habilitation/rehabilitation in young infants and children, research activities particular in movement analysis in young infants, as well as teaching and supervision of medical and physiotheraphy students.

Associate Director in 4 ongoing multisite studies predicting Cerebral Palsy and long term motor outcomes by use of clinical and computerized assessment of spontanous infant movements in Norway, India, China and USA.

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Author

Peer reviewed papers

Peer reviewed abstracts with oral presentations

Peer reviewed abstracts with posters

Invited speaker at conferences

Total

 

 

 

 

4

 

First author

4

11

5

 

20

Co-author

6

6

16

 

28

Last author

6

5

8

 

19

Total

16

22

29

 

67

 

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

Books

  • Adde, Lars. (2005) The 5th Graz Symposium on Developmental Neurology. 2005.

Part of book/report

  • Mitchell, Amy; Adde, Lars; Van der Meer, Audrey. (2015) Preliminary Tau Analysis of Infant Arm Movements as a Detection Method for Cerebral Palsy. Studies in Perception and Action XIII.
  • Rahmati, Hodjatolah; Dragon, D.; Aamo, Ole Morten; Van Gool, Luc; Adde, Lars. (2014) Motion segmentation with weak labelling priors. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Pattern Recognition.
  • Adde, Lars. (2005) General movement assessment predicting cerebral palsy in a clinical context. The 5th Graz Symposium on Developmental Neurology.

Postal address

Department of Laboratory Medicine, Children´s and Women´s Health Norwegian University of Science and Technology Postboks 8905 7491 Trondheim Norway