The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is a teaching and research institution within the field of medicine and health.
We are part of the Integrated University Hospital in Trondheim together with St. Olavs Hospital.
The Faculty has activity in Trondheim, Gjøvik, Ålesund and Levanger. We have around 1800 employees, many of which also have positions within the Health Care Services. We have around 6500 students.
The Faculty's day-to-day operations are managed by the Dean and the Head of Administration. The Heads of the departments are included in the Faculty's management team.
Dean and Deanery
Head of Administration
Heads of departments
Other academic environments at NTNU, St. Olav’s Hospital and the Central Norway Regional Health Authority are the faculty's closest partners in education, research and innovation. Trondheim Municipality is an equally important collaborator.
Other important collaborators include SINTEF, Levanger Hospital, Innlandet Hospital, Ålesund Hospital, Gjøvik Municipality and Ålesund Municipality.
Strategic focus areas
The Faculty hosts NTNU Health, one of NTNU's strategic research areas, which aims to stimulate interdisciplinary and innovative solutions to future health challenges.
In 2018, the Faculty's activites represent a total turnover of about NOK 1.4 billion. Of this, external funding totals almost NOK 500 million.
Olav Kyrres gate 17, Trondheim
Harald Hardrådes gate 13, Trondheim
Medisinsk teknisk forskningssenter - MTFS (Norwegian Brain Centre)
Olav Kyrres gate 9, Trondheim
NTNU, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences,