Anne Helene Kveim Lie
- History of infectious disease
- History of antibiotic resistance
- History of social medicine
- Temporality in health and disease
- History of body fluids
- History of reproduction
- MF0320 - Medical history: sources, methods and historiographic questions
- MF9140: Qualitative Research Methods (in Norwegian).
- Medical school:
- Modul 1
- Modul 5
- Module 6
- Modul 7
- Modul 8
Anne Kveim Lie has been an associate professor at the Section for Medical Anthropology and Medical History since 2011. She has a background in medicine (MD 1998) and intellectual history, and holds a doctoral degree in medical history from the University of Oslo (2008). From 2009 -2011 she was a postdoctoral research fellow at the same place. She has been a visiting researcher at Institut für Geschichte der Medizin, Berlin Charite in 2002 and 2008-2010, and at the Department for History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania (2015-2016). From hProgram Chair for the program of community medicine in Medical School (public health, clinical epidemiology, social medicine, global health and the social sciences including history of medicine), is very fond of teaching and was selected as one of the 10 best academic teachers in Norway in 2016.
- 2012- Program Chair for the program of community medicine in Medical School (public health, clinical epidemiology, social medicine, global health and the social sciences including history of medicine)
- 2010- present: Member of the board for Science Studies Colloquium Series, University of Oslo (from 2013-1017 head of board)
- 2017- present: member of the board for the Norwegian Association for Community Medicine
- 2008- 2015: Associate editor, Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association
- 2005-2015: Editorial board member, Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift, a multidisciplinary journal in Norwegian focusing on politics, culture and science.
- 2012-2015: Member of Board for the Centre for Gender Research
Lie is cooperating with a series of national and international reserachers. She is part of a growing network of researchers around the globe undertaking social science research to address AMR by studying antimicrobials in society. She has been a guest researcher at Humboldt Universeity (2002 and 2008-2009) and at the Department for History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania (2015-2016).