Research

Selected Projects

  • Metabolomics
  • Glycosylation defects
  • Dry eye/mouth disease
  • Mitochondrial iron proteins
  • Pyridoxine-dependent epilepsy
  • Covariate-corrected reference intervals
  • Metabolic pathways by isotope labeling
  • Genetics of inborn errors of metabolism
  • DNA damage and tumor genesis in inborn errors of metabolism

 

Selected Theses

PhD Programme

Master Programme

  • Nathalie Elisebeth Johnson Øvsthun, 2025 (OsloMet), Global metabolomics on tissue samples (Ongoing)
  • Sander Johannes Thorbjørnsen Guttorm, 2023 (UIO), Method development for Lipidomics
  • Tharsana Sellathurai, 2022 (UIO), High precision metabolomics (Link)
  • Marielle Storbråten, 2021 (OsloMet), A study of metabolism in quantitative and qualitative diagnostic analysis compared to targeted analyzes
  • Hege Sofie Haugan, 2020 (UIO), Invetigating the Lipid Coverage of the Dried Blood Spot Metabolome using Liquid Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry for Global Metabolomics (Link)
  • Katrine Pettersen, 2020 (UIO), Metabolomics – High resolution characterization of human metabolism and biochemical status on habitual diet and ketogenic diet (Link)
  • Monica Akashnor Kaur, 2020 (OsloMet), Data analysis of global LC-MS metabolomics
  • Elise Mørk Sandås, 2018 (UIO), Liquid chromatography-Orbitrap mass spectrometry is useful tool in untargeted metabolomics analysis of dried blood spots in clinical chemistry (Link)
  • Hanne Bendiksen Skogvold2017 (UIO), Laboratory diagnostics:Maximizing sensitivity of a Q-Exactive Orbitrap mass spectrometer for untargeted metabolomics of dried blood spots. (Link)
  • Camilla Elene Arnesen, 2017 (UIO), Optimization of liquid chromatographic parameters for untargeted metabolomics of dried blood spots
  • Cathrine Anastasia Sæbø, 2014 (OsloMet), 2-hydroxy-glutaric aciduria and base excision repair
  • Anja Østeby2013 (UIO), Global metabolomics of urine profiles relevant to Inborn Errors of Metabolism: Liquid chromatography positive electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry analysis (Link)

Bachelor Programme

  • Ida Havikbotn, Jan.–May 2024 (NTNU), Addressing Analytical Challenges in Global Metabolomics: Application of Isotope-labeled Internal Standards for Quality Assurance
  • Nurtene Dernjani, Jan.–May 2023 (OsloMet), Global metabolomics as a tool for the detection of biomarkers
  • Maria Thuy Kieu Thi Nguyen, Jan.–May 2023 (OsloMet), Global metabolomics as a tool for the detection of biomarkers

 

Selected Posters

  • Guttorm et al. 2024, Optimization and Evaluation of Global LCMS Lipidomics for Use in Clinical Diagnostics, Metabolomics Conference in Osaka Japan (Link to poster)
  • Havikbotn 2024, Implementation of Isotope-labeled Internal Standards in LC-MS based Global Metabolomics (Link to poster)
  • Nguyen & Dernjani 2023, Global metabolomics as a tool for biomarker detection (Link to poster) AWARDED!
  • Skogvold et al. 2023, Global metabolomics reveals severe 3-nitropropionic acid intoxication in a Norwegian patient (Link to poster)
  • Distante et al. 2023, Bloodlettings in Hemochromatosis Result in Increased Blood Lead (Pb) Concentrations, BioIron Conference in Darwin Australia (Link to poster)

 

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NB2: There are no open positions available in our group at this time. Future vacancy announcements will be posted on our NEWS page, Oslo University Hospital Vacancies' page or other Norwegian job search websites such as Webcruiter, Finn, etc. 

 


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