Anders Wold Bjerring
- MD, PhD fellow
Anders Wold Bjerring, MD, PhD fellow, Department of Cardiology, Rikshospitalet, Oslo University Hospital.
Bjerring recieved his medical degree at NTNU, Trondheim in 2014 and did his internship at Drammen Hospital. He worked as a general practitioner in the northenmost part of Norway, rural Finnmark, for one year. As part of combined NGO and government effort to improve healthcare, he spent six weeks in Sierra Leone collecting data on surgical activity, publishing his work on novel strategies to readily assess surgical activity in the Lancet in 2015.
His current research is focused on the use of different echocardiographic techniques for the assessment of late cardiotoxic effects of cancer treatments and the impact of exercise on the hearts of preadolescent and adolescent athletes.
His supervisors are Sebastian I. Sarvari, MD, PhD and Professor Thor Edvardsen, MD, PhD.
Blood volume expansion does not explain the increase in peak oxygen uptake induced by 10 weeks of endurance training
Eur J Appl Physiol (in press)
The developing athlete's heart: a cohort study in young athletes transitioning through adolescence
Eur J Prev Cardiol, 26 (18), 2001-2008
Morphological changes and myocardial function assessed by traditional and novel echocardiographic methods in preadolescent athlete's heart
Eur J Prev Cardiol, 25 (9), 1000-1007
Assessing cesarean section and inguinal hernia repair as proxy indicators of the total number of surgeries performed in Sierra Leone in 2012
Surgery, 157 (5), 836-42
Assessment of caesarean section and inguinal hernia repair as proxy indicators of total number of surgeries
Lancet, 385 Suppl 2, S21