At the NTNU Barophysiology group we study the physiological and pathological effects of diving and extreme environmental exposures.
Our primary aim is to provide research-based knowledge that may prevent injury in divers and others who venture into extreme environments.
- Simin Berenji Ardestani: Age-associated endothelial function and cardiovascular health in divers
- Fatima Zohra Kiboub:Offshore saturation divers`health: vascular function and the effect of antioxidant supplementation
- Ingunn Lie: Hyperoxia and mitochondrial function - using a translational model of diving to investigate the effects of oxidative stress
- Asking the Right Questions
- Dypdykk i dykkerhelse - in Norwegian
- DAN Announces the 2016 Recipient of the R.W. “Bill” Hamilton Memorial Scholarship
- Solving the mystery of decompression sickness - in Norwegian
- Taking the plunge (pdf)
- Report in the magazine Tekna (pdf) - in Norwegian
- Article in Adresseavisa 02.12.10 (pdf) - in Norwegian
- What the immune system is up to while you’re holding your breath
- Brain changes in U-2 pilots due to altitude exposure – NATO high altitude research at NTNU
- Deep research: keeping fit on the bottom of the North Sea
- Applied Human Physiology in Extreme Environments