Background and activities
Andreas Møllerløkken has been the Head of Department of Biotechnology and Food Science since August 2021.
- Management of the Department
- Strategies and Planning
- PhD Medical Technology, NTNU (2008)
- PPU, NTNU (2002)
- Cand Scient Biology, NTNU (2001)
- Senioradviser EU/international reserach collaboration, Faculty of Engineering, NTNU (2018-2021)
- Senioradviser, FMI, Norwegian Armed Forces (2017-2018)
- Associate professor ISB, NTNU (2017)
- Researcher ISB, NTNU (2013-2017)
- Post doc ISB, NTNU (2009-2013)
- Researcher ISB, NTNU (2008-2009)
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
- (2021) Decompressive Pathology in Cetaceans Based on an Experimental Pathological Model. Frontiers in Veterinary Science.
- (2018) Blood gene expression and vascular function biomarkers in professional saturation diving. Frontiers in Physiology. vol. 9.
- (2017) Observed decompression sickness and venous bubbles following 18-msw dive profiles using RN Table 11. Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine. vol. 44 (3).
- (2017) Diving and long-term cardiovascular health. Occupational Medicine. vol. 67 (5).
- (2016) Differentiation at necropsy between in vivo gas embolism and putrefaction using a gas score. Research in Veterinary Science. vol. 106.
- (2016) Could some aviation deep vein thrombosis be a form of decompression sickness?. Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis.
- (2016) Bubbles Quantified In vivo by Ultrasound Relates to Amount of Gas Detected Post-mortem in Rabbits Decompressed from High Pressure. Frontiers in Physiology.
- (2016) Consensus guidelines for the use of ultrasound for diving research. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. vol. 46 (1).
- (2015) Evaluating PAI-1 as a biomarker for stress in diving: human serum total PAI-1 is unaltered after 2 h dry exposures to 280 kPa hyperbaric air. Physiological Reports. vol. 3:e12537 (6).
- (2015) S100B and NSE serum concentrations after simulated diving in rats. Physiological Reports. vol. 3 (10).
- (2014) Ultrasound detection of vascular decompression bubbles: The influence of new technology and considerations on bubble load. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. vol. 44 (1).
- (2014) A New Model of Head-Up Display Dive Computer Addressing Safety-Critical Rate of Ascent and Returning Gas Pressure - A Pilot Trial. International Journal of Computer Science in Sport. vol. 13 (2).
- (2013) Differentiation at autopsy between in vivo gas embolism and putrefaction using gas composition analysis. International journal of legal medicine (Print). vol. 127 (2).
- (2013) Simulated dive in rats lead to acute changes in cerebral blood flow on MRI, but no cerebral injuries to grey or white matter. European Journal of Applied Physiology. vol. 113 (6).
- (2012) Venous gas embolism as a predictive tool for improving CNS decompression safety. European Journal of Applied Physiology. vol. 112 (2).
- (2011) Venous and Arterial Bubbles at Rest after No-Decompression Air Dives. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. vol. 43 (6).
- (2011) Observation of increased venous gas emboli after wet dives compared to dry dives. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. vol. 41 (3).
- (2010) Immersion before dry simulated dive reduces cardiomyocyte function and increases mortality after decompression. Journal of applied physiology. vol. 109 (3).
- (2010) High bubble grades after scuba diving at the limits of recreational diving algorithm. European Heart Journal. vol. 31.
- (2010) S100B and its relation to intravascular bubbles following decompression. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. vol. 40 (4).