Carl Tollef Solberg

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Visiting address Kirkeveien 166 Fredrik Holsts hus 0450 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1130 Blindern 0318 Oslo

Academic interests

Permanently employed researcher II in a 100% position on the EIH-project at CME. I am concerned with health priorities, medical ethics, death and health measures – and not least how we can bring this knowledge into the health care system. I disseminate my research on radio, podcasts, research blogs and in newspapers.

Background

Medical doctor, philosopher and researcher. PhD in medical ethics. Concerned with research dissemination. Clinical experience from many different parts of the health care system.

2019–2020. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, BCEPS, IGS, Faculty of Medicine, UiB

2017–2019. LIS1-medical doctor, Ahus University Hospital and Skedsmo municipality.

2015–2018. PhD. Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care (IGS), University of Bergen. Member at the affiliate-programme and guest researcher at CSMN (a Norwegian Center of Excellence), University of Oslo.

2016 April–June and Nov., and March 2017 – research stay (recognized students programme and visitor) at the University of Oxford.

2008–2014. MD. Faculty of Medicine, University of Bergen. Spring and summer 2011 – Exchange to University of Lübeck in Germany.

2012-2014. MSRP. The Medical Students Research Programme, Faculty of Medicine, University of Bergen.

2010–2013. MA. Master’s in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen.

2008–2010. BA. Bachelor’s in philosophy and History of Ideas, Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen. Autumn 2009 – Exchange to University of Aarhus in Denmark.

Teaching

MED3050 – Medical Ethics 

SME4110 – Theories and Methods

Prizes

2017 – Sparebank 1 Ringerike Hadeland’s talent grant

Collaboration

Nationally, I collaborate with BCEPS at the University of Bergen and HØKH at Akershus

University Hospital, and internationally with couple of researchers at Oxford, Harvard and NIH.

 

 

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