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PhD fellow Ester Kringeland, associate professor Dana Cramariuc and MD Christian Berg-Hansen presented posters and professor Eva Gerdts was invited to give a lecture on Hypertension in Women. Here together at the convention center in Chicago.
Good cardiac health is an important factor for women’s health. It is therefore time for women’s health focus to move out of the bikini. Helga Midtbø lectured about women’s health in a cardiological perspective for the Western Norway Regional Health Authority Board.
Senior researcher PhD Helga Midtbø presented new knowledge about high blood pressure in women at the women’s health session at the Norwegian Society of Cardiology Autumn Meeting in Oslo 22.11.22. New research has demonstrated that the risk for cardiovascular disease starts to increase at a lower blood pressure level in women than men. This points to the need for sex specific guidelines on... Read more
Center for research on Cardiac Disease in Women. Time: 31.10.22 at 12-13 local time. Meeting room 8.1-8.2, in the Laboratory building. The seminar is hybrid. Professor Francisco Gómez Real will first present evidence on gender differences in respiratory health with focus on asthma and lung function, second, on the relationships between respiratory health and sex-hormone related events, and... Read more
Professor Eva Gerdts has together with international experts published an overview of current knowledge on sex differences in arterial hypertension.
Senior researcher PhD Helga Midtbø presented new data from the FATCOR study at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona in August 2022. Her research demonstrates a higher level of inflammatory markers in the blood in obese women than their male counterparts
PhD student Annabel Ohldieck presented her research at the European Society of Cardiology congress in Barcelona August 2022. She demonstrated that blood pressure in the forties is more important for risk of hypertension later in life in women than in men.
PhD student Marit Sandberg presented two posters from her research on pregnancy and complications in women with congenital heart research. Congratulations!
A satisfied organizing committee after the very successful 6th Female Heart Workshop which was held at Solstrand Hotel May 19-20, 2022.
The gift was presented to Eva Gerdts and Helga Midtbø at a meeting in Godvik Sanitetsforening May 11.
The prize was presented to her by His Majesty King Harald at a ceremony at The Norwegian Theatre in Oslo Thursday 28.04.22
The Female Heart workshop takes place at Solstrand Hotel & Bad outside Bergen on May 19th and 20th 2022. The workshop is hosted by the Centre for Research on Cardiac Disease in Women at UiB and focuses on sex differences in cardiovascular risk and disease. The program includes lectures from key national and international researchers in the fields, and targeted group discussions for PhD... Read more
Program: Monday 28.03.22 @ 12-13 Professor Eva Gerdts: Hypertension in women. Consultant PhD Grethe Åstrøm Ueland: Autonomous cortisol secretion – a new cause of treatment resistant hypertension in women? Plenary discussion. The seminar will be held in Norwegian
Associate professor Camilla Normand at Stavanger University Hospital gives a lecture on Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.
Speaker: Marc Lerchenmueller, Assistant Professor for Technological Innovation and Management Science at the University of Mannheim, Germany, and Research Fellow at the Yale School of Management, USA.
Webinar: Monday 20.09.21 at 12:00-13:00 Speaker: Professor Sabine Oertelt-Prigione at Radboud Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands and Medical Faculty of the University of Bielefeld, Germany.
Bente E. Moen is appointed chair of the steering group at Center for research on cardiac disease in women

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