K.G. Jebsen Center for Exercise in Medicine - Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG)

We aim to define optimal exercise programs for “most people” in order to increase the likelihood of developing and preserving good health throughout life.

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Innovation Manager in Health and Sport Sciences

We are looking for a creative Innovation Manager who can work closely with researchers to realize new innovative solutions to optimise a healthy lifestyle and sport performance in the new age of remote health care, welfare, and elite sport performance. In collaboration with industrial partners and/or public sector(s), we aim to identify and transfer scientific knowledge from ideas into commercial products or services.

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All you need to know about high-intensity interval training

Ulrik answered anything

On November 27, head of CERG, Professor Ulrik Wisløff, hosted a session for the Reddit Science Ask Me Anything series. Read all of his answers to find out everything you need to know about effective exercise for a healthy life.

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Man in Extreme Environments

What is it like to freedive among Great White Sharks without any form for protection? Mike Rutzen "The Shark Man" was one of the speakers at Man in Extreme Environments at Studentersamfundet in Trondheim on December 15. Famous Norwegian explorers Lars Monsen and Cecilie Skog were also there to talk about their most extreme adventures.

Read more and see photos from Man in Extreme Environments 2017

How do we make the world active enough?

Exercise in Medicine Seminar

On December 14 and 15, 2017, several of the world's most recognized researchers and experts on exercise in medicine were in Trondheim. The first day they talked about how to make more people exercise more. Exercising for brain health and treatment after breast cancer were among the topics on day two.

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NTNU, Fakultet for medisin og helsevitenskap
Institutt for sirkulasjon og bildediagnostikk
Postboks 8905
7491 Trondheim

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St. Olavs Hospital
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Akutten og Hjerte-lunge-senteret, 3. etg.
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