Signatory Themes

The Centre for Global Health (CGH) offers a network and a hub for scientists and researchers interested in global health education and research. The following webpages display the ongoing activities related to global health at the University of Oslo (UiO), as a whole.

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UiO affiliated scientists and researchers including students are welcome to become participants and present their research projects in one or more of the following Signatory Themes:

Signatory Theme Leader
1. Contemporary history & anthropology Christoph Gradmann | Professor, Institute of Health & Society, UiO
2. Digital health Josef Noll | Professor, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, UiO
3. Education Elia Mmbaga | Associate Professor, Institute of Health & Society, UiO 
4. Health systems & global governance Trygve Ottersen | Associate Professor, Institute of Health & Society, UiO
5. Infectious diseases Anna Margarita Dyrhol Riise | Professor, Institute of Clinical Medicine, UiO
6. Mental health Suraj Thapa | Associate Professor, Institute of Clinical Medicine, UiO
7. Migrant health & social inequalities

Bernadette Kumar | Norwegian Centre for Minority Health Research (NAKMI)

  • Co-leader: Ahmed Ali Madar | Researcher, Institute of Health & Society, UiO
8. Non-communicable diseases Espen Bjertness | Professor, Institute of Health & Society, UiO
9. Nutrition Nanna Lien| Professor, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, UiO
10. One Health (human, animal and environmental health) Ernst Kristian Rødland | Associate Professor, Health Information Systems Programme (HISP), UiO
11. Paediatrics Britt Nakstad | Researcher, Institute of Clinical Medicine, UiO
12. Sexual & reproductive health Johanne Sundby | Professor, Institute of Health & Society, UiO
13. Surgery & anaesthesia Camilla Aukrust | PhD student, Institute of Health & Society, UiO

The Signatory Theme Leaders include various UiO experts and make up the CGH's Technical Advisory Group.

Published Nov. 22, 2016 12:28 PM - Last modified June 11, 2021 10:49 AM