Neurovascular & Cerebrospinal Fluid Research Group

About us

The Neurovascular & Cerebrospinal Fluid Research Group (Division of Clinical Neuroscience, University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital) teams up with a multidisciplinary group of neurosurgeons and neuroscientists, mathematicians, PhD candidates, Post-Docs and students, to provide a broad collaboration with a common vision; to challenge, discover and improve our current understanding and treatment of complex neurovascular and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) disorders. We address the close interaction between the cerebral vasculature and the CSF, which we consider to have major impact on cerebral metabolism and metabolic failure. The group has a translational perspective with a strong clinical basis.


From the clinical perspective, the following diseases and disease states are targeted:

  • Intracranial aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage, including neuro-intensive surveillance and outcome. Cerebral hemodynamics and cerebral revascularization. Pathophysiology and treatment of chronic subdural hematomas.
  • Cerebrospinal fluid diseases and role of cerebrospinal fluid in metabolic function of central nervous system, particularly in neurodegeneration and dementia, CSF disturbances, vascular disease and cerebral bleeds, inflammatory disease and neuro-oncology.
  • Brain Monitoring. Neurosurgical pathophysiology, intracranial pressure and arterial blood pressure dynamics.
  • Pathophysiology of neuroinflammation in relation to neurosurgical diseases.

Per Kristian Eide MD PhD, Professor, Department of Neurosurgery contact:


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Magnetic resonance imaging biomarkers of cerebrospinal fluid tracer dynamics in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus
Brain Communications, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2020, fcaa187, 
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Timelines and rebleeds in patients admitted into neurosurgical care for aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage

Angelika Sorteberg,  Luis Romundstad Wilhelm Sorteberg 




    The role of pulsatile and static intracranial pressure measurements in the management of children with craniosynostosis-an institutional experience from 49 patients

    Radek Frič Erlend Aambø Langvatn Bernt J Due-Tønnessen Per Kristian Eide



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