Research

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Research

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Research at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences consists of a wide range of research fields in medicine and health. The research comprises basic research, translational research at the intersection between basic and clinical research, as well as applied research.

The faculty hosts several centers for outstanding research and research-driven innovation, K. G. Jebsen centers, major EU projects, as well as the Nord-Trøndelag Health Survey Research Centre and biobank.

In 2014, May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser, along with John O'Keefe, were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the brain's navigation system.

The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences hosts NTNU's strategic area of research NTNU Health.

Contact us

Contact us

Pål Richard Romundstad
Dean of Research

Marianne Waldum Furnes
Head of the Research Section

Research Section

Research administration

Research administration

We offer Our PhD Candidates an interdisciplinary research environment and the possibility to take part in national and international research networks. 

Learn more about our PhD education.

Support for researchers