Background and activities

Consultant psychologist in Addiction psychology. Working part-time with research at NTNU and in parallel as a managing consultant within digital health at EY.

My PhD work aims to use machine learning to analyze neurocognitive measures and mobile sensor data to predict substance use behavior and imminent relapse to substance use.  And to describe individual and temporal variability in risk. In other words to create a digital phenotype of relapse.

The project benefits from collaborations with different departments within NTNU and scholars in the USA (Stevens Institute of Technology, Virginia Commonwealth University), Australia, and industry.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

Journal publications

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