Children’s and Women’s health

Research unit

Children’s and Women’s health

Pregnant woman in hospital bed talking with a woman in hospital clothing

The Unit for Children’s and Women’s Health cover a broad spectrum of research.

Research groups

  1. Pediatric rheumatology and young pain (CRY)
  2. Childhood airway infections (CAIR)
  3. Early brain development (CEBRA)
  4. Cerebral palsy (CP)
  5. NTNU Low birth weight life
  6. Neonatal medical research (NTNU Neo)
  7. Cancer in children
  8. Child and adolescent development
  9. Child endocrinology and adipositas
  10. Womens health and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  11. Ultrasound and obstetrics
  12. Bekkenbunngruppen
  13. Pevlic floor
  14. Traumatic life events and womens health​​​​​​​


We collaborate with other researchers at NTNU and St. Olavs hospital, including the Centre of Molecular Inflammation Research (CEMIR) and the Department of Public Health and Nursing where several of our Postdoctoral Fellows use the Medical Birth Registry of Norway and HUNT material for their epidemiological studies. We works closely with Nasjonal behandlingstjeneste for avansert invasiv fostermedisin (NSFM) at St. Olavs hospital. We collaborate with several national and international research institutions.

21 Jan 2022

International NTNU Symposium on Clinical Biomarkers of Cancer 2021_IKOM

Contact us

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   Magnus Steigedal
   Head of Department


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NTNU Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine
NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway


Erling Skjalgsons gate 1, Laboratoriesenteret 5. floor