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New PhDs

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2017

Vundli Ramokolo, 04.12.17, Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care, Title of thesis: “Growth of HIV-exposed and HIV-unexposed children in South Africa: Anthropometric nutritional status and growth rates”.

2018

Linn Anja Slåke Vikøren, 26.02.18, Department of Clinical Science, Title of thesis: “Salmon and cod fillet consumption and effects on metabolic risk factors. Intervention studies in humans and rats with overweight and obesity”.

Hanne Rosendahl-Riise, 23.10.18, Department of Clinical Science, Title of thesis: "Dietary predictors of bone mineral density, hip fractures, mobility and muscle strength in community-dwelling older persons".

2019

Nathalie Puaschitz, 20.02.19, Department of Clinical Science, Title of thesis: “Dietary saturated fat, dairy and the healthy Nordic diet in relation to risk of coronary events and mortality - Observational studies in patients with coronary artery disease in Norway”.

Aslaug Drotningsvik, 28.02.19, Department of Clinical Medicine, Title of thesis: "Health effects of Blue whiting proteins. Dietary supplementation studies in obese rats and elderly nursing home resident".

Iselin Thowsen Vildmyren, 15.03.19, Department of Clinical Medicine, Title of thesis: "Effects of cod residual protein supplementation in healthy adults. Impact on glucose regulation and lipid metabolism".

Eric Nagaonlé Somé, 12.04.19, Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care, Title of thesis: "Breastfeeding patterns and mothers' health in an HIV context in Sub Saharan Africa".

Thomas Aquinas Aloysius, 13.09.19, Department of Clinical Science, Title of thesis: "Chicken protein hydrolysates and chicken oil influence lipid metabolism and inflammation in relation to obesity and atherosclerosis".

Vegard Lysne, 04.10.19, Department of Clinical Science, Title of thesis: "Biomarkers of one-carbon metabolism and B-vitamin status".

Vivian Lohmann Veum, 13.12.19, Department of Clinical Science, Title of thesis: "Changes in fat accumulation and metabolic risk parameters during weight loss".