Liv Grimstvedt Kvalvik
Department of Global Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine
Liv Grimstvedt Kvalvik is a medical doctor from the University of Bergen. She completed her PhD “Smoking among pregnant women in Norway. Prevalence, self-report validity, and associations to SGA and “early programming” using family and sibling design” in 2018. Kvalvik’s research is within the field perinatal epidemiology and she has been using registry data from The Medical Birth Registry of Norway and The Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study. Her interest lies in understanding how different complications during pregnancy relate and how these can affect mothers’ future health. She is further interested in how exposures during pregnancy can affect the child’s health.